BJP lawmaker opposes Mumbai nightlife plan

A legislator of ruling BJP on Wednesday opposed the proposal of "nightlife" in Mumbai, a pet theme of Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray, and demanded that citizens and elected representatives be taken into confidence while taking crucial decisions related to the metropolis.

Centre working on new law against cyber crimes: Devendra Fadnavis

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday said that the Centre is working on formulating a new law under IT Act, on the lines of section 66 (A) that was struck down recently by the Supreme Court.

Ensure uninsured vehicles don't ply on roads: Bombay HC tells RTO

Taking note of the rise in road accident fatalities caused by heavy vehicles, the Bombay High Court on asked the RTO commissioner to ensure that uninsured vehicles are not allowed to ply.

IAEA favours statutory backing for India's nuclear regulator

The UN nuclear watchdog IAEA has called for statutory backing for the country's Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) to ensure its decisions are not unduly influenced by external agencies.

Mumbai Dabbawalas on week-long annual leave

Thousands of office-goers in Mumbai will have to patronise the restaurants or lug their tiffin boxes themselves in the first week of April, as Mumbai's famed dabbawalas would be taking their annual leave.

Vice Admiral Cheema new western naval command chief

Vice Admiral Surinder Pal Singh Cheema took over the reins of the Western Naval Command as flag officer commanding-in-chief from Vice Admiral Anil Chopra at a ceremonial parade held at INS Shikra here on Tuesday.

Vice Admiral Cheema new western naval command chief

Vice Admiral Surinder Pal Singh Cheema took over the reins of the Western Naval Command as flag officer commanding-in-chief from Vice Admiral Anil Chopra at a ceremonial parade held at INS Shikra here on Tuesday.

Bombay HC to hear plea challenging sec banning possession of cow meat

The Bombay High Court will decide on April 6 whether to grant any interim relief to a petitioner who has challenged a provision in a Maharashtra Act banning the possession of flesh of cow, bull or bullock slaughtered outside the state.

HC to hear plea challenging sec banning possession of cow meat

The Bombay High Court will decide on April 6 whether to grant any interim relief to a petitioner who has challenged a provision in a Maharashtra Act banning the possession of flesh of cow, bull or bullock slaughtered outside the state.

Maharashtra govt to build 11 lakh houses in Mumbai

Maharashtra government will construct 11 lakh houses in Mumbai and about seven lakh in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), state Housing Minister Prakash Mehta said on Tuesday.

How to reach Gateway of India
How to reach Gateway of India

The Gateway of India - one of India’s historical heritage structures and Mumbai’s iconic site stands gracefully facing the Arabian Sea on one side and the Taj Hotel on the other.

Two more arrested in 13/7 Mumbai serial blast case

The Maharashtra Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) on Monday arrested two alleged associates of top Indian Mujahideen operative Yasin Bhatkal in connection with the 2011 serial blasts in the metropolis.

Abu Salem moves SC against conviction in Jain murder case

A month after the special TADA court here sentenced extradited gangster Abu Salem to a life imprisonment in builder Pradeep Jain murder case, he has moved the Supreme Court with an appeal.

Priyanka Chopra wraps up 'Quantico' pilot, heads back to Mumbai
Priyanka Chopra wraps up 'Quantico' pilot, heads back to Mumbai

Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, who was busy shooting in the US for a pilot of American show ‘Quantico’, has wrapped up work on it and she's on her way to Mumbai.

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Athawale invites AAP dissidents Yadav, Bhushan to join RPI

Terming the ouster of Aam Aadmi Party's founding members Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav from AAP's national executive as "unjust", RPI(A) chief Ramdas Athawale on Sunday invited the duo to join his party.

Maharashtra CM's wife seeks more pre-schools for deprived children

Stressing that quality education should reach the economically deprived sections of society, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis' wife Amruta Fadnavis on Sunday urged him to allow more pre-schools to be started for poor children in Mumbai.

Jurists must ensure justice to all in terror cases: President

Jurists must play an important role to ensure justice to the victims of terror and to the persons implicated in such crimes, President Pranab Mukherjee has said.

After Bhushan-Yadav expulsion, AAP warns other dissidents

After expulsion of Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav from its National Executive, AAP on Saturday sent out a warning to its other dissidents when its National Council gave full powers to the Political Affairs Committee to take disciplinary action against any member who issues statements to the media to tarnish the party's image.

AAP rift divides supporters

The mood among the supporters of the two warring factions of AAP outside the venue today of its National Council meet and a barrage of social media posts through the day reflected the deep divisions in the party as its internal crisis reached a flashpoint on Saturday.