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  • Mumbai: London mayor Sadiq Khan, Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis discuss cooperation in public transport

    Mumbai: London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday discussed ways to increase cooperation between Mumbai and London in various fields including public transport and medical tourism. Khan, accompanied by a British delegation met Fadnavis at the latter’s official residence ‘Varsha’ in south Mumbai this morning.

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    Marital rape issue of tremendous importance: Delhi High Court

    NEW DELHI: The Delhi high court on Monday said the issue of marital rape, an act in which a spouse indulges in sexual intercourse without the other’s consent, was of huge ramifications and tremendous importance. The high court fixed January 2 next year to continue hearing arguments on the matter in which some NGOs, espousing the cause of women, have raised the issue of sexual violence in marriage in India.

  • CIS: Sebi gives 2 more months to Anmol India to repay investors

    New Delhi, Cracking the whip on illegal investment schemes in the guise of plant cultivation and animal rearing, Sebi today directed Anmol India Agro-Herbal Farming & Dairies Care Company and its directors to repay money to investors within a maximum two months.

  • Pakistan says India isolated globally on Kashmir issue

    Islamabad, Pakistan today said India has been “isolated” on the Kashmir issue after a UN General Assembly committee recently adopted a resolution in support of the right to self-determination. The committee last month unanimously passed the Pakistan- sponsored draft resolution, co-sponsored by 75 countries, over the right to self-determination for peoples who are subject to colonial domination and foreign occupation.

  • Donald Trump endorses accused child molester Moore for Senate

    Washington: US President Donald Trump today issued his most explicit endorsement to date of embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women including one who was 14-years-old at the time.

  • President, Prime Minister condole Shashi Kapoor’s death

    New Delhi, President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expressed condolences over death of veteran actor Shashi Kapoor. Kapoor died in a Mumbai hospital on Monday after a prolonged illness.

  • Vijay Mallya has case of fraud to answer, UK court told

    London: The extradition trial of Vijay Mallya, wanted in India on charges of Rs 9,000 crores fraud and money laundering, today began at a UK court here, with the prosecution asserting that the embattled liquor baron had a “case of fraud” to answer.

  • Cyclone Ockhi: Coast Guard rescues 183 fishermen

    Mumbai: The Coast Guard has rescued 183 fishermen stranded in choppy waters off the coasts of Kerala and Lakshadweep due to Cyclone Ockhi, a top official said here today.

  • Shashi Kapoor demise, leaves behind memories ‘forever’

    Mumbai: Condolences and tributes poured in for veteran actor-filmmaker Shashi Kapoor who died at a hospital here on Monday, with celebrities like his “Siddhartha” co-star Simi Garewal terming it the end of an era, while his “Kalyug” co-star Raj Babbar, melody queen Lata Mangeshkar, filmmakers Karan Johar and Hansal Mehta paid tribute to the “most charming actor ever” who would forever remain in their memories.

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    All Mumbai police stations to get cyber crime cells from December 9

    Mumbai, The Mumbai police has decided to set up a dedicated cyber cell at each of its police stations to curb rising technology-related cases in the city, a senior police official said today. Akbar Pathan, deputy commissioner of police, cyber crime cell, said that the cells will be fully functional at all police stations from December 9.

  • 1993 Mumbai blasts: Supreme Court stays execution of death row convict

    New Delhi, The Supreme Court today stayed the execution of death row convict Tahir Merchant in the sensational 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case. The top court sought a response from the CBI in six weeks and called for the case records from the special TADA court in Mumbai, which had awarded death sentence to Merchant, Firoz Abdul Rashid Khan and life imprisonment to gangster Abu Salem.

  • No chance of returning to AAP, say Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan

    New Delhi, Dismissing reports that the AAP was holding talks with them for their return to the party, Swaraj India national President Yogendra Yadav and its senior leader Prashant Bhushan on Monday said there was no such possibility, and denied any communication with AAP leaders and its founder member Kumar Vishwas.

  • Cyclone Ockhi: Rajnath calls up CMs of Tamil Nadu, Kerala

    New Delhi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today called up Tamil Nadu and Kerala chief ministers and assured them of all help in dealing with the situation arising out of Cyclone Ockhi while the National Crisis Management Committee reviewed rescue and relief operations. Singh spoke to Edappadi K Palaniswami and Pinarayi Vijayan, the chief ministers of Tamil Nadu and Kerala respectively, about the situation in areas affected by the cyclone, a home ministry

  • Roop finds Zumba energising, refreshing

    Roop Durgapal says she was “pushed” into taking up Zumba classes, but she finds it refreshing. “Zumba is so energising and refreshing. It’s totally fun. My face turns red at the end of the session and I feel like I am ready to take over the world,” Roop said.