WTA mulling new women`s tennis World Cup
WTA mulling new women`s tennis World Cup

Women`s tennis is considering introducing a new World Cup team event, its head said Saturday, a move which may bring competition for the soon-to-be-launched International Premier Tennis League.

Preventive healthcare important to cut medical bills: PM Modi
Preventive healthcare important to cut medical bills: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated a hospital in Mumbai and said that India's high child mortality rate is serious issue.

Security remains high at Kochi airport

Security remained high at the Kochi airport for the second day on Saturday in the wake of a threat of a bomb explosion or a possible suicide attack on a flight on the Mumbai-Kochi sector and a review will take place on Monday.

Mumbai: Major fire breaks out at Killick Nixon studio

A major fire broke out on Friday evening at the Killick Nixon studio, owned by producer Ekta Kapoor, in Sakinaka, Mumbai.

HC rejects Parsi man's plea to nullify wedlock to Hindu

The Bombay High Court has rejected the plea of a Parsi man to declare his 15-year-old marriage to a Hindu as null and void as their wedlock was arranged in accordance with Hindu rituals though they professed different religions.

Major fire breaks out at Ekta Kapoor's Killick Nixon studio in Mumbai
Major fire breaks out at Ekta Kapoor's Killick Nixon studio in Mumbai

A major fire broke out on Friday evening at the Killick Nixon studio, owned by producer Ekta Kapoor, in Sakinaka, Mumbai.

Martial arts should me made compulsory in schools: Akshay Kumar

Bollywood actor and a black belt holder in Karate states in an event that martial arts should be made a compulsory subject in schools. There should be a self defense class to be taught to every students especially girls.

Laxmi Ratan Shukla to lead Bengal one-day tourney
Laxmi Ratan Shukla to lead Bengal one-day tourney

Laxmi Ratan Shukla was on Friday named Bengal skipper for the four-team SK Acharya Challenger invitational meet starting next Sunday.

Mumbai: Event manager killed in firing and chopper attack at house party

Two people opened fire and attacked on two other persons with choppers at a flat in D N Nagar area of Mumbai on Thursday night in which an event manager was killed.

Congress leaders blame Maharashtra debacle on lack of coordination

Lack of coordination between the party and the government undermined Congress in the Maharashtra Assembly elections, according to some party leaders.

Mumbai: Shiv Sena worker Ramesh Jadhav murdered

Sena worker Ramesh Jadhav was killed after he requested two groups not to fight. Three people have been arrested in connection with the crime and two others are believed to be absconding.

Shiv Sena leader murdered in Mumbai

A Shiv Sena leader was murdered here on Tuesday night, reports said.

Bombay High Court lowers monthly maintenance by Rs 30,000 in divorce case

The Bombay High Court has modified a family court order by bringing down the monthly maintenance allowance from Rs 50,000 to Rs 20,000 payable by an army colonel to his divorced wife, who is a dentist by profession.

Electronic toll collection at highways to start from Oct 27

The government will commence the electronic toll collection process across national highways from October 27.

Maharashtra polls: Mumbai sees a surge in NOTA voters

The Maharashtra Assembly elections witnessed a surge in number of people going for None Of the Above (NOTA) option in Mumbai, as against the total number of NOTA votes cast in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.

MHA puts states on alert to ensure security during festival season

Anticipating religious tension during the coming festival season, the Centre today asked all states to ensure proper security at places of worship and communally sensitive areas.

Women comprise 5.5 percent of 288-member Maharashtra assembly

Barely 5.5 percent of the 288-member Maharashtra legislative assembly are women, according to an analysis of poll results Monday.

BJP to stake claim to form govt even without majority: Rudy

Even as suspense continued over the composition of government in Maharashtra, BJP on Monday said that being the single largest party in the Assembly it will stake claim to form government even before cobbling together a majority.

Outside support to BJP in Maha best alternative: Sharad Pawar

Even as the impasse over government formation in Maharashtra continues following a fractured mandate in the Assembly polls, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Monday held a meeting with the newly-elected legislators here.

Computer operator held in Maharashtra for discussing suspected terror plot online

A computer operator whose suspicious online activities led police to believe he was conspiring to blow up American establishments in the city has been arrested.