Maha Govt announces plan to curb malnutrition among children

Maharashtra Government has undertaken a five-pronged programme to curb malnutrition among children, Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said here on Friday.

HC directs Maha govt to fill up vacancies in consumer forums

The court has directed the government to file an affidavit within five weeks stating by when it would complete the procedure of filling up vacancies.

Maha govt to conduct inquiry into Dey killing: CM

The Chief Minister expressed his condolence on Dey`s death.

Maha Govt confers Raj Kapoor awards on Nihalani, Shabana

Maharashtra Government has honoured noted film director and cinematographer Govind Nihalani and actress Shabana Azmi with the Raj Kapoor awards for excellence in cinema.

Maha to amend laws to book erring retired bureaucrats

Maharashtra Government is planning to
amend laws whereby retired bureaucrats could be charged for
omissions and commissions committed by them while in service.

Maha govt pays Rs 10 lakh fine in Vilasrao case

Maharashtra govt has paid the SC a fine of Rs 10 lakh imposed for obstruction of police action against the money lender father of a Congress legislator, allegedly at the behest of then CM Vilasrao Deshmukh.

Maha govt acquires land for Force One base

Maharashtra`s one-year-old elite
terror combat unit, Force One, formed after the 26/11 terror attacks, would soon have its own building and base in suburban Goregaon.

Maha govt slapped fine for issuing wrong medical certificate

Bombay HC on Tues imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 on the state government for giving a wrong disability certificate to an aspiring dental student.

Maha Govt to implement Padmanabhan panel report

Maharashtra cabinet today decided
to implement the proposals of the Supreme Court-appointed
second National Judicial Pay Commission (NJPC) for trial court
judges, with retrospective effect from January 2006.

PIL alleges Maha Govt`s apathy towards dalits, HC seeks reply

The Bombay HC today asked the
Maha Govt to file an affidavit within three weeks informing whether it had forwarded reports to the Centre in
the last five years on implementation of SC and ST Act in the state.

Maha govt seeks spl courts for speedy trial of Dalit cases

To speed up the poor conviction
rate in atrocity cases against Dalits, Maharashtra government
has proposed to set up special courts for quick trial of such

Maha Govt treated us as `political prisoners`: Naidu

TDP president N
Chandrababu Naidu today accused the Maharashtra government of
treating him and his party workers as "political prisoners"
during their five-day detention at Dharmabad.

NCP MLC attacks Maha Govt for naked parade of Dalit girl

Maharashtra NCP MLC Ram Pandagale
today attacked the state Government for increasing number of
atrocities against Dalits in the backdrop of a recent incident
in which a Dalit girl was paraded naked in the city.

`Shikshan Sevaks` being appointed through common test: Govt

Maharashtra Government today said
the recruitment of `Shikshan Sevaks` for primary schools
affiliated to the local-self government bodies is being
conducted through a Central Entrance Examination (CET).

Builders body says might move Court against Maha Govt

The Maharashtra Chamber of Housing
Industry (MCHI) today said it was considering filing a writ
petition in Court, challenging the State Government`s decision
to levy service tax on properties under construction.

Maha govt contemplates Mumbai Development Fund

Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok
Chavan today said his government was contemplating creating a
Mumbai Development Fund by levying a certain charge on
developers along the Monorail and Metro routes in the

Maha govt offers award of Rs 2.5 lacs for info on serial killer

The Maharashtra Home Minister RR Patil has announced on Monday a cash award of Rs 2.5 lacs for any information of the killer who is believed to have raped and murdered three minor girls within a period of four months.

Maha Govt announces new arms policy; to import arms for police

The Maharashtra government on Friday
announced a new arms policy under which the police force will
be equipped with sophisticated weapons, even imported ones.

Maha Govt gives May 31 deadline to BMC, MMRDA over projects

Maharashtra Government has set a
deadline of May 31 for BMC and MMRDA to complete or stop the
projects as part of monsoon preparedness in Mumbai suburbs.

No children of mill workers got jobs: Maha Govt

Maharashtra Government on Wednesday said
that it has not been able to provide jobs to any of the
registered 16,512 children of mill workers in Mumbai.