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    Show some empathy towards the dead: Bombay High Court to Thane Police

    Mumbai: Observing that there is no sensitivity over the serious issue of buildings collapsing, the Bombay High Court on Friday came down heavily on the Thane Police for dragging their feet in probing the case of a highrise building that had collapsed in 2013. The Mumbra-based building that collapsed owing to the “faulty material” used in its construction, had killed more than 70 people.

  • Ujjain: MP Malviya roots for stoppage of trains in his constituencies

    Ujjain: Member of Parliament, Chintamani Malviya held a meeting with minister of railways, Suresh Prabhu at Rail Bhawan, the headquarters of Indian railways, New Delhi and apprised him on the need of stoppage of trains in his constituencies, Alot and Badnagar.

  • Mumbai University hasn’t declared a single result from the law stream

    Mumbai: Not a single result of the Law stream has been declared till date by the Mumbai University (MU). Students of Law courses are in deep trouble as their admissions for Masters and applications for job opportunities are stuck due to this delay. The lack of number of full time dedicated teachers in the Law faculty is the reason for the delay in the paper correction.

  • Ujjain: Food for thought and needy; city youth set out on noble task

    Ujjain: A group of city based friends is spreading happiness by educating children and serving food to the poor. These friends, called the Robinhood Army (RHA), collect excess fresh food from different parties and distribute it among poor.

  • No environmental damage in Lavasa: Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam

    Mumbai: No environmental damage was caused during the construction of Lavasa lake city in Pune district, the Maharashtra government told the assembly on Friday. There was no environmental damage during the construction of Lavasa lake city, Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam said in a written reply in the lower house.

  • ‘GoT’ Season 7 Episode 4 leaked, Star India held responsible

    London: Episode 4 of ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 has got leaked before getting aired on TV, after several alleged threats from the hackers. According to The Mirror, next week’s episode has been leaked from one of HBO’s international network partners, Star India, which receives episodes before they are aired on TV.

  • Maharashtra: Dentists launch Swacch Mukh Abhiyan

    Mumbai: Taking forward the Maharashtra government’s ‘Swachh Mukh Abhiyan’, the Government Dental College and Hospital here has emphasised the need for awareness among people about oral hygiene.

  • Indore: Kharmores shy away from visiting state

    Indore: Lesser Floricans have skipped their annual migration to the western Madhya Pradesh this monsoon, leaving bird-watchers and wildlife experts worried. The birds, commonly known as the likh or kharmore, generally make Ratlam’s Sailana Wildlife Sanctuary, Petlawad in Jhabua and Sardarpur in Dhar district, as their homes for breeding during the monsoon.

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    Vicky Kaushal starts shooting for ‘Raazi’ in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Actor Vicky Kaushal has started filming here for Meghna Gulzar’s “Raazi” directorial which will also feature Alia Bhatt. Vicky, who will essay the role of an army officer, joined the team after wrapping up his work in the Sanjay Dutt biopic, on Friday, a statement said.

  • Indore: Your potential is far beyond what academic performance suggests

    Indore: Swami Vivikananda had said “your potential is far beyond what your academic performance suggests”. He got only 52.2% in his BA. Moreover, he, who is one of the greatest philosophers the world has ever seen, had scored only 45 marks in philosophy. But he was a rebel during his childhood, which eventually became his strength, said Dr Sandeep Atre, Director of CH EdgeMakers and Socialigence, and an expert in

  • Scientists to hold nationwide stir on August 9 against government’s funds cut

    Mumbai: After the global march for science, scientists in India will march to raise concerns for the non-allotment of funds for fundamental research. As per the statistics, the budgetary allowance for science and scientific institutes has decreased from Rs 10,000 crore in 2012 to Rs 5,000 crore till 2016. In fact recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi issued instructions stating that the research institutes should raise 30 per cent funds from the corporate

  • Indore: IMC to prepare drinking water plan for 2035

    Indore: A comprehensive drinking water plan according to the need of the city in the year 2035 would be prepared soon and the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) was asked to send a detailed action plan to the state government for approval. District Collector Nishant Warwade gave necessary instructions in this regard to the civic body officials while chairing a meeting to discuss issues of city’s development here at AICTSL office

  • Mumbai: Shiv Sena to woo Marathas during morcha

    Mumbai: In a bid to change its image from anti-Maratha after a controversial cartoon in Saamana, to a pro-Maratha party, the Shiv Sena has decided to provide food and drinking water to Marathas who will gather on August 9 in Mumbai for a protest.

  • Mumbai: Dinesh Tiwari won’t prosecute in Jiah Khan death case

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra government on Friday informed the Bombay High Court that it has withdrawn an order passed by it appointing advocate Dinesh Tiwari as special public prosecutor in the Jiah Khan death case.

  • Mumbai: Citibank focuses on skilling over 2,000 youth through CSR

    Mumbai: In a first of its kind initiative, Citibank will give training to 2,000 youths as a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Under this pilot project in Maharashtra, youth will be imparted with skill development department in the banking and financial sector.

  • Indore: DAVV to hold DET on August 10, 13 & 20

    Indore: The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) would be holding combined PhD-MPhil entrance test or doctoral entrance test (DET) for three days this year. As per the university, the DET would be held on August 10, 13 and 20. Initially, the exam was supposed to be held on a single day that’s August 10 but sudden developments changed the pattern of exam. After applications were received, the university decided to hold DET in

  • Mumbai: Singer Yash Wadali arrested while performing live

    Mumbai: Twenty-seven-year-old Bollywood singer Yash Wadali was arrested by the Bangur Nagar police at 12:45 am on Friday in connection with the molestation case registered against him.

  • Indore: Sex racket busted, BCA girl student among 8 arrested

    Indore: A joint team of Hira Nagar police and Women police busted a sex racket being operated in a flat of a doctor and arrested eight persons including a BCA girl student from Hira Nagar locality on Friday. The team also arrested a racket operator woman while one of her accomplices managed to escape from there.

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    Mumbai: Clamour for Subhash Desai’s resignation over land scam

    Mumbai: After allegations of corruption against senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader and Minister for Housing Prakash Mehta, the opposition Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)-led opposition levelled allegations of corruption against senior Shiv Sena Minister for Industries Subhash Desai in the Upper House.