Mumbai: Petty contractor booked for filing false shootout complaint

A 24-year-old petty contractor has been booked by the police for allegedly cooking up a shootout story as well as lodging a fake case, to evade police action against him for owning an unlicensed firearm, a police official said here on Wednesday.

Woman professional denied home in Mumbai for being a Muslim

A 25-year-old woman professional was allegedly refused a flat by a builder as she belongs to the minority community, days after an MBA graduate was denied job by a diamond export firm on similar ground here.

Woman denied flat in Mumbai for being a Muslim

A woman named Misbah Quadri was denied flate by broker in Mumbai for being a Muslim.

Our leaders do not wear mask: Sena on Fadnavis' poll remarks
Our leaders do not wear mask: Sena on Fadnavis' poll remarks

Shiv Sena on Wednesday hit back at Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over his remarks that going solo in the Assembly polls brought out BJP's true strength, saying Sena leaders "do not wear mask or makeup".

Maharashtra govt transfers 6 IAS officers

The Maharashtra government on Tuesday transferred 6 IAS officers including former Mumbai civic chief Sitaram Kunte who was recently given the charge of state environment department.

Ramdas Athawale not allowed to board aircraft for arriving late

Republican Party of India (A) chief Ramdas Athawale was on Tuesday allegedly not allowed to board a Jet Airways aircraft despite the airline having issued boarding pass to him, prompting irked party workers to protest outside the private carrier's office here.

Mumbai: Airport objects mystery solved, two held for releasing balloons

 Mumbai Police on Tuesday solved the mystery of the 'unknown floating objects' over the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, which have been identified as advertising balloons and detained two people in connection with the incident, officials said.

Mumbai: 58-year-old man arrested for raping minor girl

 A 58-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly raping a four-year-old girl at his house in suburban Bhandup, police said on Monday.

Woman raped by uncle

 A 28-year-old woman was allegedly raped by her uncle at a village here, police said today.

Mumbai architecture creates double decker bus from scrap!

Manish Agrawal, a Mumbai-based entrepreneur, has created fascinating products from scrap, including a double decker bus.

Bollywood chants 'Mumbai Mumbai' as Mumbai Indians lift IPL crown
Bollywood chants 'Mumbai Mumbai' as Mumbai Indians lift IPL crown

 Cheers and congratulations poured in from Bollywood as Mumbai Indians registered a thumping 41-run win over Chennai Super Kings to bring home the Indian Premiere League trophy at the Eden Gardens here on Sunday.

Mumbai Fire Brigade chief Sunil Nesarikar succumbs to May 9 burns

Sunil Nesarikar, the chief fire officer of the Mumbai Fire Brigade, who sustained severe burn injuries while battling a building blaze on May 9, died here on Sunday, officials said.

Maharashtra govt shielding owner of firm that denied youth job: Congress

Former Maharashtra minister Naseem Khan on Sunday accused the state government of shielding the owner of the diamond jewellery export firm that allegedly denied job to a Muslim youth on the basis of religion.

NDA will get maximum seats in Bihar polls, says Paswan

Union Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Sunday exuded confidence that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will get maximum seats in the ensuing Bihar Assembly elections.

NDRF to participate in ASEAN event in China and Malaysia

A 14-member team of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) will travel to China and Malaysia later this month to participate in the ASEAN Regional Forum disaster relief exercise-2015.

Two-third non-Muslims get jobs at Muslim job fair

 Nearly two-thirds of the non-Muslim candidates secured entry-level as well as experience-level jobs at a fair organised by the Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP) and Khidmat Organisation here on Saturday, an organiser said.

Mumbai police stations to become tobacco-free

Mumbai Police have launched an initiative to make police stations in the city tobacco-free.

Cop shunted for asking cleric to be mum on cow slaughter

 A police inspector in Nanded town of Maharashtra has been transferred after he issued a notice to a 'maulvi' of a local mosque, allegedly asking him to ensure that no one speaks against cow slaughter ban during a protest rally planned over the issue.

'Bombairiya' our ode to Mumbai: British-born producer
'Bombairiya' our ode to Mumbai: British-born producer

 “Bombairiya” is an ode to the city of Mumbai, a place full of contradictions and wonderment and where anything is possible, says British-born producer Michael Ward, whose wife Pia Sukanya has turned director with the film.

Mumbai: CCTV captures assailant with gun at Film City

CCTV footage of nearby area shows the assailant with gun at the Mumbai Film City, who has allegedly shot a business owner yesterday.