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    Mumbai: Several areas of Juhu, Andheri, Santacruz, Bandra face complete water cut on September 25

    Mumbaikars brace yourself for water cuts, as a major part of western suburbs will be facing water woes on September 25. The western suburbs will have to face complete water cut from the morning of September 25 till 10 am the next day. According to Hindustan Times, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will cut the water supply as the hydraulic department works on connecting a water pipeline running from Powai to Veravali

  • Mumbai FYJC Admissions: Third FCFS round from September 24 to 28

    Good news for students who still haven’t secured admissions in FYJC. The state education department has announced the third first-come, first served (FCFS) round. As per the schedule the third FCFS round will be held between September 24 and 28. And all the students (without seats, cancelled admissions, ATKT students, fresh applicants) can apply for the round.

  • Man arrested for raping 14-year-old daughter in Thane

    Thane: A 40-year-old man was arrested Thursday here in Maharashtra for allegedly raping his teenaged daughter, a police official said. The accused and his wife separated seven years back. Since then, the 14-year-old girl was living with her father in the Kasarvadavli area of Thane city, he said.

  • Mumbai: IAA launches ‘The Gutenberg Galaxy’, a collector’s item on print

    Mumbai: The India Chapter of the International Advertising Association (IAA) launched its collector’s item on the print titled ‘The Gutenberg Galaxy’ on 19th September, Mumbai, powered by The Free Press Journal. Abhishek Karnani, Director, Free Press Journal Group, said, “‘The Gutenberg Galaxy’ is a celebration of print consists of 24 case studies and 14 thought-provoking articles. Print compels you to read, think and then reflect”.

  • Mumbai: Goregaon-Malad residents face traffic heat

    Mumbai: Dozens of information technology companies based in Mumbai have made Goregaon-Malad an important business hub. But, considering travel and traffic issues, this belt is in a bad shape for want of planned development. Anyone commuting within this belt gets stuck in long traffic jams at all major junctions.

  • Mumbai: Is Bhiwandi-Nizampura corporation HQ becoming an illegal parking lot?

    Bhiwandi: The Bhiwandi-Nizampura Municipal Corporation (BNMC) headquarters has acquired the dubious distinction of becoming an illegal parking lot, all under the eye of security guards. On their part, security guards allege every corporator, civic employee and their relative has been parking their vehicles here with impunity and they are helpless in the matter.

  • Mumbai: Biker held for assaulting traffic cop in Ulhasnagar

    Ulhasnagar: The Ulhasnagar police arrested a biker for allegedly assaulting a traffic policeman as the latter stopped him from triple riding. The traffic cop seeing the motorcyclist violating the traffic rule of riding three people on a two-wheeler, motorcycle, caught them. It did not go down well with the violators, angered the man, who assaulted the cop.

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    NCP announces 31 Maharashtra spokespersons

    Mumbai: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Wednesday announced party spokespersons keeping Nawab Malik as chief spokesperson of the state. The party added new face Vandana Chavan, a Member of Rajya Sabha, in the list of state spokespersons.

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    Maharashtra CM Fadnavis forcing ATS to go slow in Sanatan Sanstha probe, alleges Congress

    Mumbai: Congress leader and spokesperson Sachin Sawant has questioned Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis by quoting a story on a website, which claims an officer from the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) had alleged there was pressure on their force to go slow on investigations and arrests against the extreme right wing outfit, Sanatan Sanstha.

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    PIL on EVM irregularities: Bombay HC issues notices to EC, Centre, State, two PSUs

    Mumbai: In a significant development, the Bombay High Court on Wednesday ordered issuing of notices to the Election Commission of India (EC), Maharashtra State Election Commission (M-SEC) and two public sector makers of electronic voting machines (EVM) and others in a public interest litigation filed by an RTI activist.