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    2019 Lok Sabha, Assembly Polls: RSS dead keen on BJP-Sena alliance

    Mumbai: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), ideological parent of ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is dead keen for tie up with Shiv Sena for next Lok Sabha and state assembly poll to avoid divide in votes on Hindutwa agenda. According to RSS insider, Mohan Bhagwat, in his meeting with Nitin Gadkari, union minister and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis discussed the nitty-gritty of the possible alliance and affect on results if contested the

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    Mumbai: ITM warriors on a clean and green mission

    Mumbai: After impacting young minds through the awareness campaign on Eco Ganpati, which ran for a fortnight covering different schools of Navi Mumbai, the passionate member students of ITM Business School’s Eco Club came together on Sunday morning of 16th September, 2018, to clean about 800 meters of the beach at Shivaji Park with the mission of ‘Clean Mumbai, Green Mumbai.’

  • Fuel Price Hike: Fuel prices continue to rise, Petrol nears Rs 90 per litre mark in Mumbai

    Fuel prices in the country hit a new benchmark on Monday with petrol and diesel prices hiked by 15 paise and 6 paise per litre respectively. Petrol in Mumbai now costs Rs 89.44 per litre and diesel is priced at Rs 78.33 a litre. In Delhi, petrol is retailed at Rs 82.06 per litre and diesel at Rs 78.33 a litre. Delhi has the cheapest fuel rates among all metros and most

  • Govt moves to curb rupee slide to have limited impact

    Mumbai : The government’s measures to arrest rupee depreciation, which was announced on Friday, may not drive fund inflows and are a negative from a longer term perspective as they increase short term debt, a HDFC Bank report has said. “Considering that most of the measures aim at increasing short-term external debt or in effect worsen the risk profile of companies (by increasing un-hedged exposure), could actually be considered negative,” the note

  • BPCL shelves Bina Refinery IPO plan

    Mumbai : Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL), which owns Bina Refinery in an equal JV with Oman Oil Company, has shelved its IPO plans for the company as “it generates enough cash” to complete the ongoing expansion and as also “because Kuwaiti Petroleum is keen to pick up a stake”, said an official.

  • Revolver Ranee! Why it’s time to go horsing around in Mumbai

    Now Mumbai is like this only, every year. People have no access to song and dance and they just want live it up vigorously, that too on the streets. Worse, it combines with many a Laxmi bomb, and malas of firecrackers that drive the sparrows, parrots, dogs and cats crazy. I’m surprised how these humans indulging in the jamborees don’t turn deaf.

  • GSB Ganesha does not let devotees go hungry

     Mumbai : Like every year, this year too, the Gowd Saraswat Brahman Ganesh Mandal (GSB) of Wadala Ram Mandir(temple) has Lord Ganesha adorned with gold and silver, seated on a golden chair decorated with flowers. Devotees line up to seek his blessings and when they are done, Ganesha will not let them go hungry. The mandal ensures that on all eleven days of the festival, those coming to see him are provided

  • Bapat withdraws defamation case against Nawab Malik

    Just because Bapat (left) has withdrawn the defamation suit, does not mean I will withdraw the allegations of corruption made against him, said Malik (Right).

  • Ambedkar’s BBM, Owaisi’s AIMIM to tie up for ‘19 polls

    Mumbai : The All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM) will forge an alliance for the Lok Sabha and Maharashtra Assembly polls in 2019, party leaders announced Saturday.

  • 34% of Indians do not get enough physical activity

    Experts and doctors said if the current trends continue, the 2025 global activity target of a 10% relative reduction in insufficient physical activity will not be met.

  • Maharashtra declining revenue: Panel to take stock

    Mumbai : Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on several occasions has said that his government aspires to make the state a one trillion economy by 2025. But at present the economics do not support that aspiration and these mounting concerns have resulted in the Fifteenth Finance Commission visiting the state.

  • Arjun on target in Oscar SSE win

    Mumbai : Oscar SSE worked hard and managed to score a narrow 1-0 win against KSA Ambitious Football Academy in a Boys’ Under-16 match of the Rustomjee-MDFA Yuva President League 2018-19 and played at the Cooperage ground.

  • IAAF confers Gold Label to Tata Mumbai Marathon

    Mumbai : The Tata Mumbai Marathon, to be held on January 20, 2019, was accorded the gold label by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).

  • Man arrested for raping 10-yr-old girl at knife-point

    Mumbai : The Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) police arrested a 22-year-old youth on Friday, for raping a 10-year-old girl. After assaulting the minor, he made off with gold jewellery from her home.

  • CR services disrupted for 2nd day in a row

    Mumbai : Local train services on the Central Railway (CR) were delayed for the second consecutive day, on Saturday. This time, the delay was caused by engine failure on a long-distance train. As a result, local train services between Badlapur and Ambernath railway stations were delayed for more than an hour.

  • HDFC VP Murder Case, Siddharth Sanghavi, HDFC bank, bank scam, mumbai, murder

    HDFC VP Murder Case: Murder weapon bought from Govandi, shopkeeper grilled

    Mumbai: The NM Joshi Marg police on Thursday interrogated a shopkeeper from whom the accused, Sarfaraz Shaikh, 20, is alleged to have bought a knife for the murder of Siddharth Sanghvi, vice president of HDFC bank. Sanghvi was murdered by the accused Sarfaraz in the parking lot on the third floor of Kamala Mills on September 5. According to an official, “During interrogation, Sarfaraz Shaikh revealed he bought the knife from a

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    Mumbai: Govt bans 328 drugs in public interest

    Mumbai: The ministry of health and family welfare (MOHFW) on Wednesday banned the manufacture for sale or distribution for human use of 328 fixed dose combinations (FDCs) with immediate effect, in public interest. It has also restricted the manufacture, sale or distribution of six FDCs, subject to certain conditions.