Six men harassing journalist`s wife in Mumbai caught on CCTV, arrested

The Mumbai Police have arrested six men on Tuesday who were found assaulting a couple at Sainath Market in Suburban Malad. They were caught under CCTV surveillance.

Flying savior

The morning of June 22 was just another regular one for Bandra resident Captain Andrew James Manchanda, till his Pawan Hans corporate office got a call from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).

Sea of devotees bid adieu to Bappa, drown Mumbai in chants

The purest form of harmony among Mumbaikars was visible once again on Wednesday when they came together to bid adieu to their favourite deity in a conclusion to the 10-day Ganesh festival.

Driver kills wife and injures son in Panvel

A 35-year-old man killed his wife and caused injuries to his son on Thursday morning at Bunder Road in Panvel. The man used a kitchen knife to slit his wife’s throat. His ten-year old son has been admitted to Gandhi Hospital in Panvel and his condition is reportedly stable.

Residents to pay respect to ancestors during pitru paksha

Pitru paksha, the period when Hindus offer respect to their ancestors starts on Friday and will continue till October 4. Also known as Mahalaya Paksha, the fortnight is meant to please one’s departed ancestors and it holds much importance among all communities.

Police raise security concerns over Eastern Freeway, provide solutions

Mumbai:The Eastern Freeway that connects Chembur to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) is a boon for motorists, but there are loopholes that may compromise security of travellers and some major installations along the route.

1993 blast convict dies in Pune prison, kin cry foul

Mohammad Farooq Pawle, 47, one of the convicts in the 1993 serial blasts, died in Pune’s Yerawada jail.

Mumbai: Metro bridge slab collapses, 1 dead

A section of an under-construction Metro rail bridge collapsed here today, killing one and wounding 11.

Mumbai rained in, over 10,000 marooned in Thane

Even as Mumbai is yet to return to normalcy, incessant rains have wrecked havoc in Thane district, cutting of several areas, leaving over 10,000 people marooned.

Mumbai: Travel agent held for taking bribe

CBI has arrested a travel agent here
for allegedly conniving with an MHA official, who has been taken into custody on charges of taking bribe for extension of visa.

Homeless people in Mumbai to be counted on February 28 night

The homeless people in the
metropolis will be counted on the night of February 28 for
15th National Census.