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  • Mumbai Rains Latest Updates: FYJC online admissions date for first merit list extended due to heavy rains

    Torrential rains lashed Mumbai and neighboring areas, causing water logging at several places and submerging rail tracks on some routes today. Several roads were waterlogged and rail tracks submerged at some places as heavy rains continued in the city and the suburbs since last night. Of the 26 weather stations in Mumbai and its suburbs, 14 recorded more than 100 mm rainfall since yesterday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) here said, adding

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    Mumbai: Shardashram to go ahead with ICSE board despite BMC warning

    Mumbai: Amidst the ongoing tussle between Shardashram Vidyamandir School, Dadar, and Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the school has decided to go ahead with starting Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) board. While, the BMC has sent a warning letter to the school stating to declare it ‘illegal’ if they continue with ICSE admissions for Class 1 to 4 and start this international school despite having an existing Secondary School Certificate (SSC) board.

  • IES VN Sule clinches Pro Star League title

    Mumbai : IES VN Sule Guruji High School, Dadar, clinched the inaugural Pro Star League title when they defeated Sanskar School from Jaipur by 47 runs in the final, which saw impressive performances, at the Dy Patil University ground recently.

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    Mumbai: Shardashram continues with old SSC board format

    Mumbai: Due to constant pressure enforced by parents, Shardashram Vidyamandir School, Dadar (west) has revoked its decision to start international or private board for secondary section and has decided to continue with Secondary School Certificate (SSC) board. The school has begun admissions for SSC from Class 5 to 10 starting from Tuesday till May 10.

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    Mumbai: Parents pressurise state to initiate probe in Shardashram school decision

    Mumbai: In an attempt to prevent state-run schools from shifting to private or international boards, the state education department has established a scrutiny board to inquire the decision of Shardashram Vidyamandir, Dadar. Parents protested as Shardashram school recently decided to shift from Secondary School Certificate (SSC) to Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) board.

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    Mumbai: Man crushed to death as tree falls on him; friends & kin blame BMC

    Mumbai: Friends and fellow residents held a protest at Dadar to condemn the untimely demise of Dinesh Sangle, 48, who died after a tree fell on him while he was passing by Mumbai Marathi Granth Sangrahalay Road in Dadar. Sangle’s friends blamed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for turning a blind eye towards tree health and citizen’s safety. They also blamed the Granth Sangrahalay for not paying attention and nurturing the tree

  • Mumbai: Woman molested and strangled in suburban train, accused arrested

    Mumbai: In a shocking incident, a woman was molested by a man who then tried to strangle her on a local train bound for CST on Thursday night. The incident took place in the moving train’s compartment meant for the handicapped — between Kalyan and Dadar — even as other passengers watched.

  • Mumbai Shocker: Woman molested onboard a local train

    Recently many cases of crime against women in local trains have come to light, another such came to light on Thursday night, when a woman was molested by a man in a local train. According to an ANI tweet, the woman has molested onboard a local train, plying from Thane to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station.

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    Mumbai: Three held for extorting money from Dadar builder

    Mumbai: The Dadar police have arrested three persons for extortion worth Rs. 7 crores from a builder at Dadar. The police have arrested Attar Ahmad Afsar alias Attar Dubai alias Attar Hyderabadi (33), Ashfaq Ali Khan Mir (36) and Mohammed Irshad Ahmed (31) have been arrested. They have been remanded to two days police custody.

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    Mumbai: Soon, BEST will replace old electric meters with new digital meters in island city

    On Tuesday, the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) has passed a proposal of replacing the old electric meters (conventional meters) with digital ones. BEST will begin the installation of digital electricity meters soon and has planned to change 1,00,000 old meters in Colaba, Nariman Point, Dadar, Parel, and Fort.

  • Mumbai Rail Roko Protest: Students are protesting on tracks; read to know why and what are their demands

    Mumbai: Apprentice student had blocked the rail track around 7 am between Matunga and Dadar station forcing trains to stop on Tuesday at Central Railways in Mumbai. Entire four lines (Fast and slow tracks) were affected between Matunga and CSMT. Students were shouting slogans against railways, held placard in their hands demanding one-time settlement from GM quota and said that they demand jobs from government. According to latest report, the protest has

  • Mumbai: Central Railway services affected between Matunga and CSMT due to student protests

    Mumbai: Scores of agitated students demanding jobs in railways today blocked rail traffic, including suburban services between Matunga and Dadar stations, causing difficulties to lakhs of commuters, a Central Railway official said. The students blocked the rail track at 7 am in the morning, forcing railway to stop the suburban as well as express train in the affected section between Matunga and CSMT. Entire four lines are affected between Matunga and CSMT.

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    Mumbai: Goa festival’s 8th edition to be held on February 10-11 at Dadar

    Mumbai: Come February 10-11, Dadar will witness its eighth edition of Goa Festival. The two-day festival will be held in Dr Antonio D’silva Technical High School. The festival will comprise of various Goan cultural activities which will be organised by ‘Aamhi Goenkar’, a Dadar-based association. Social worker Mangal Wagde will inaugurate the fest.

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    Mumbai: BMC proposes hawking pitches near Raj Thackeray’s bungalow and MNS office, likely to stir up storm

    Mumbai: The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is almost certain to kick off a political storm with its proposal to have hawking pitches at Dadar’s Keluskar Road, which houses Raj Thackeray’s bungalow ‘Krishnakunja’. Raj-led Maharashtra Navnriman Sena (MNS) party office – ‘Raigad’ situated at Padmabai Thackrey Marg in Dadar also has 100 proposed hawking pitches. therefore, it seems these proposed pitches might create stir as MNS is well known for its violent action