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    Pune techie murder case: Judge recuses herself after being pulled up by SC

    Mumbai: In a change of stance, a judge of the Bombay High Court initially scheduled the hearing of the bail applications of three accused in the Pune Muslim techie murder case but soon recused from hearing the same. This comes after days after the matter was remitted back to the judge with a direction from the Supreme Court of India, to decide the bail applications afresh.

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    Mumbai Kamala Mills Fire: Bombay HC seeks details of facilities for Judicial panel

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday directed the Maharashtra government to place on record the details of the facilities it would provide to the three-member Judicial Committee, which would be probing the Kamala Mills fire mishap. Meanwhile, the government handed over a list of names it proposes to include in the Commission.

  • Mumbai: Shivaji memorial project closer to reality, L&T awarded LoA after they slash cost

    Mumbai: The Shivaji memorial project, which was first mooted during the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party regime in 2013, has finally gained traction. Until now, the BJP government had secured the required clearances and a committee was formed to speed up the project, but there was no progress as far as bids were concerned.

  • Mumbai: BMC seals administrative office of Seven Hills hospital for non-payment of property tax arrears

    Mumbai: Andheri-based Seven Hills hospital has run into major financial problems and owes money to various authorities. The latest is, the officials of property tax and assessment department of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) have sealed the ground floor of the administrative office of Seven Hills healthcare Pvt. Ltd at Andheri on Thursday.

  • Mumbai: BJP has not offered Rajya Sabha seat to Narayan Rane

    Mumbai: Former Maharashtra chief minister Narayan Rane has been claiming that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) apparently offered him a Rajya Sabha (RS) seat. A BJP insider called it ‘lollipop of Holi,’ which clearly indicated that the former Congress leader won’t be the NDA candidate for RS poll due on March 23. On the other hand, two surprise names include Vishwas Pathak and Mukul Kanitkar from Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) are the

  • Mumbai: 15-year-old SSC student dies of heart attack

    Mumbai: Hritik Ghadshi, a 15-year-old student who was a Secondary School Certificate student, died even before the examination began. Ghadshi died suddenly on Wednesday midnight due to a heart attack and he was rushed to King Edward Memorial (KEM) hospital, where he was declared dead on arrival.

  • SAHAJA YOGA: Inner Peace Day on March 21

    “There will be no peace in the world until we have Peace within”, said Her Holiness Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Sahaja Yoga Founder.

  • Fugitives’ assets to be seized sans conviction

    The Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill will empower the courts to declare a person as a fugitive offender, order confiscation of all his assets in India and pay off the lenders by selling them,

  • Navjot first Indian woman to wrestle gold at Asian C’ships

    Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) : Navjot Kaur on Friday scripted history by becoming the first Indian woman wrestler to win a gold in the Senior Asian Championships as she clinched the yellow metal in the 65kg freestyle category here.

  • Far-right extremists preparing civil war on Islam in UK, says report 

    London : Far-right extremists are moving increasingly online as they prepare for what they believe is a “civil war on Islam” in Britain, according to a new report released on Friday by a UK-based anti-racism group.   Hope Not Hate, a campaign group which investigates neo-Nazi groups to combat far-right extremism, warns that the UK must be prepared for more terrorist plots and use of extreme violence from the far-right for the foreseeable

  • Sridevi’s ashes to be immersed in Rameswaram

    CHENNAI: An urn carrying the ashes of Bollywood Superstar Sridevi was brought here on Friday by her husband Boney Kapoor for immersion in the sea off Rameswaram.

  • Fresh video of escaped Pak ultra surfaces in J&K

    Srinagar: A fresh video has surfaced showing Naveed Jutt, the top Pakistani terrorist who engineered a daredevil escape from a hospital in Srinagar last month. In this video, Jutt is seen in fatigues, a rifle in hand, walking up to a group of five armed terrorists sitting in a forested area. He is accompanied by another terrorist and is seen in the video hugging local Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sameer Tiger and others.  This

  • US to impose 25% import duty on steel, aluminium

    Washington : US President Donald Trump has said that he would impose a 25 per cent import tariff on steel and 10 per cent on aluminium to protect US producers, a move that could trigger a trade war with China and Europe.