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    Mumbai: Corporators from all parties raise objection on BMC’s defunct SAP process that stalls growth

    Mumbai: Corporators from all parties on Wednesday raised an objection on the defunct System Application Product (SAP) of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) which is delaying the developmental work of the city. Mangesh Satamkar, Standing Committee member and Shiv Sena corporator, put forth the point of order in the standing committee and demanded six more months extension for spending the yearly funds given to the corporators.

  • Tribal community is neglected since decades, Bombay High Court slams Maharashtra government

    Mumbai: Observing that the tribal community is “neglected” since decades altogether, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday slammed the Maharashtra government for doing little to enhance their living conditions. The HC has also constituted a special bench to hear all the matters pertaining to deaths of tribal people owing to malnutrition.

  • Bhopal: Godse temple in Gwalior kicks up political storm

    Bhopal: Nathuram Godse temple, constructed by Hindu Mahasabha in Gwalior has kicked up a political row. Irked over temple in memory of Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin, the Congress has demanded that Mahasabha office-bearers be tried for treason. For once, the saffron party has joined its bête noire in condemning Mahasabha’s decision.

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    Social Media & Depression

    As per WHO report, it is estimated that nearly 300 million people suffer from depression which is now considered as a leading cause of disability worldwide. Nowadays most of the people use social media platforms, such as twitter and facebook, to share their thoughts and opinions with their contacts. As such, social media provides a means for capturing behavioral attributes that are relevant to an individual’s thinking, mood, communication, activities, and socialization,

  • I am not a robot, says Virat Kohli

    Kolkata : Batting for long in a manner that often seemed unreal, India skipper Virat Kohli said he too needs rest from the gruelling international schedule since he is “not a robot”.

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    Six held for vandalising theatre sent to jail, alert sounded in UP

    Kota/Lucknow : Six of the eight persons detained on Tuesday night in connection with the vandalising of a cinema hall here were arrested late last night while two of them were released after interrogation, police said.

  • India ready to dominate SL

    Kolkata : India would look to continue their ruthless streak while Sri Lanka would want to forget the annihilation suffered at home and chase what has been an improbable dream of winning a Test here when the two teams clash in a three-match series, starting here.

  • Senior pro Mathews to bat at four, says Chandimal

    Mathews is yet to score a Test hundred since August 2015. He has aggregated 917 runs in 32 innings at 28.65 with his overall average slipping to 44.93 from 52.06. His last hundred came against India in August.

  • England must silence Aussie crowds to win Ashes: Swann

    London : England must silence the baying home crowds if they are to stand any chance of getting on top of Australia during the upcoming Ashes series, said former spinner Graeme Swann.

  • Federer powers past Zverev

    The 36-year-old Swiss, who beat American Jack Sock in the group opener, thus guaranteed himself a place in the semi-finals for the 14th time in his 15th appearance at the ATP Finals.

  • Illegal mining: Ex-Goa CM to be quizzed again

    Panaji : The Goa crime branch SIT has once again summoned former chief minister Digambar Kamat for questionning on November 21 in connection with the illegal mining case in which he is an accused, a senior official said here on Wednesday. Kamat, who was state Mines Minister when the alleged illegality happened, had been quizzed by the crime branch in the past as well. The SIT had also questioned former State Principal

  • The CSR Journal Excellence Awards 2017 concludes

    Mumbai : The best Corporate and Citizen Social Responsibility projects initiated by corporate houses and NGOs in India, were honoured at the recently concluded ‘The CSR Journal Excellence Awards 2017’. Maharashtra Chief Minister, Devendra Fadnavis was the chief guest and special guests were Sudhir Mungantiwar, Minister of Finance and Planning and Forests departments, Government of Maharashtra and Kripashakar Singh, Ex- Minister of state in Maharashtra, for the awards.