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    Mumbai: FYJC online admissions to begin early

    Mumbai: Students who appeared for their Class 10 board exams can apply for admission to First Year Junior College from Thursday. For the first time, the online admission process to FYJC will begin early — from May 10.

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    Maharashtra witnesses 13,541 infant deaths in just one year

    Mumbai: In a shocking revelation through a Right to Information (RTI) query, around 13, 541 infants have died in Maharashtra between April 2017 and February 2018. In order to know the reason behind the sudden death 11, 532 out of 13, 541 infants were examined which showed malnutrition is the major cause for all these death.

  • Kairana Lok Sabha bypoll: Opposition unite to take on BJP

    New Delhi: The Opposition has joined hands in the most critical state of Uttar Pradesh with the Congress on Wednesday extending its support to a joint candidate fielded by the Samajwadi Party, the Rashtriya Lok Dal and the Bahujan Samaj Party in the Kairana Lok Sabha by-election.

  • US President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of Iran nuclear deal will hit India

    Mumbai: US President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran has pushed the global crude prices higher and that affects India in more ways than one. More so, because Iran is our third biggest supplier of crude after Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The impact is already visible in the slide of the rupee, which has breached 67 to the U.S. dollar this week.

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    Mumbai: Cop’s son dies at rave party

    Mumbai: A 20-year-old son of a police officer was brutally killed, possibly during a rave party that went awry. His body has been found near the lake in Royal Palms in Aarey Colony of Goregaon (East). Atharva’s father Narendra Shinde is a senior inspector in the Economic Offences Wing.

  • Flipkart Story: Selling books online to dream start-up in 11 years

    New Delhi: From selling books online to striking a jaw-dropping USD 16 billion deal with the world’s largest retailer Walmart, all within 11 years, Flipkart has given India its big start-up success story – the one which is likely to be quoted by starry-eyed entrepreneurs for years to come. Former employees of US e-commerce giant Amazon, Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal, had met in 2005 at IIT-Delhi.

  • IPL 2018: Mumbai Indians beat Kolkata Knight Riders by 102 runs

    Kolkata: Mumbai Indians rode teenage wicketkeeper-batsman Ishan Kishan’s 21-ball 62 to record an emphatic 102-run victory – the largest margin in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) – over Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens here on Wednesday.

  • Joyride for Mumbai

    Kolkata : Mumbai Indians cruised to a huge 102-run win over hosts Kolkata Knight Riders to post their fifth win from 11 matches in the Indian Premier League (IPL) here.

  • How to be the PM is the only thing Rahul thinks of : Modi

    Chikmagaluru (Karnataka) : In the final lap of his campaign blitz in Karnataka, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday launched a sharp attack against Congress President Rahul Gandhi, saying a “dynast” aspiring to be the Prime Minister was sheer “arrogance”.

  • K’taka will reject PM Modi, BJP: Rahul

    Basavanagudi : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said people of Karnataka will reject Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Bharatriya Janata Party.

  • Cong taken to court over Karnataka manifesto

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court will hear on Thursday a petition for disqualifying all Congress candidates in the May 12 Assembly elections in Karnataka on the ground of their party seeking votes in the name of religion in the manifesto released in April.

  • Parliament panel reports can be used in court: SC

    New Delhi : A 5-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed reliance on the Parliamentary Standing Committee reports in the court proceedings but held that their validity cannot be challenged.

  • Desperate Delhi Daredevils host high-flying Sunrisers

    New Delhi : A desperate Delhi Daredevils will have to learn from the mistakes made in the previous game against table-toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad when the two sides with contrasting campaigns meet in a re-match of the Indian Premier League, here today.

  • Allies regret Trump’s decision on Iran deal

    Washington : US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he will withdraw his country from the Iran nuclear deal, a decision that immediately drew global frustration and outcry.

  • Daredevils pledge to donate their organs

    New Delhi : The Delhi Daredevils squad, including Gautam Gambhir, Mohammad Shami and Prithvi Shaw, on Wednesday pledged to donate their organs in an effort to raise awareness around the cause.