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  • Christmas 2017: Drug dealers take online route to circulate ‘Special’ New Year Eve party schedule

    Mumbai: The drug lords have been exploiting social media sites and mobile messaging platforms to organise New Year eve events by circulating code-embedded party schedules on Facebook and Instagram. Though the strict vigil of Anti-Narcotics Cell (ANC) of Mumbai police has deterred teens from fixing their venues in the city but the online selling of drug-related paraphernalia, specially in the run up to New Year, has been recently flagged as a ‘worrying

  • 17 lakh patients to get cataract surgery in Maharashtra by 2019

    Mumbai: Over 30,000 cataract patients in Maharashtra have got the gift of clearer vision in the past eight days. State health officials, working to resolve a shortage of ophthalmologists, said that specialists are being trained on the job to meet the goal of cataract-free Maharashtra till 2019.

  • Happy Birthday Twinkle Khanna: 10 hilarious comments of Mrs Funny Bones that will tickle your funny bones

    Actor- Writer- Producer Twinkle Khanna turns another year older today. Akshay and Twinkle are in Cape Town with their kids Nitara and Aarav for New Year celebration. Twinkle celebrates her 43rd birthday in the African destination. Akshay also has shared a beautiful picture on social media featuring Twinkle and himself. Akshay captioned the picture: “Deep blue sea and skies to match, long conversations and fishing for a catch :)”.

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    Dharavi redevelopment: MHADA  has rehabilitated 330 slum dwellers

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) has begun the process of rehabiliting slum dwellers in the Dharavi Redevelopment Project. At present 330 slum dwellers have been provided flats who fall under Sector five of the project.

  • Mumbai: 30,000 policemen to be deployed across city on New Year’s Eve

    Mumbai: On New Year’s Eve 30,000 policemen will be deployed as part of the special bandobast: these will include apart from the usual men in khaki, the State Reserve Police Force, the Quick Response Team, the Riot Control Police, the Bomb Detection and Disposal squads, the Home Guards and the traffic police.

  • NCP blames state government for escalation of cost of irrigation projects

    Nagpur: The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has sought an explanation from the chief minister Devendra Fadnavis over Revised Administrative Approval (RAA) worth Rs. 40, 000 crore to 307 irrigation projects across the state. Nawab Malik, party spokesperson blamed RAA was given to benefit select contractors associated with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).