Nation

Man Forcibly Kisses 21-year-old Woman on Railway Platform in Mumbai

Police managed to locate the woman on the platform who told them the man approached her as she was waiting for a Mumbai local train and forcibly kissed her.

Mumbai

Watch: Mumbai woman loses balance while boarding train and then this happened

A 50-year-old woman slipped and fell while she was trying to board the train at the Mumbai Central Railway Station.

Football

ISL: Last Gasp Winner Keeps Mumbai City FC in the Hunt for Top Four

Captain Lucian Goian scored a last minute winner to guide Mumbai City FC to a thrilling 3-2 victory over North East United FC and keep alive their play-off hopes in the Indian Super League football tournament on Thursday.

World

78-floor Trump Tower in Mumbai to Offer 'Private Jet' Service

The Trump Tower Mumbai has been constructed under the Lodha Group's Lodha Luxury Collection, marking an amalgamation of the exclusive lifestyles of the two partners, and will be the first in the country to offer a private jet service at the disposal of it

Nation

Mumbai Local: Train Gets Stranded Between Sion and Matunga Stations on For Over 30 Minutes, Clueless Passengers Walk on Tracks

There were major delays witnessed on the Central Line of the Mumbai local when a slow train remained halted between two stations on Friday morning.

Mumbai

Caught on camera: Man forcibly hugs, kisses woman at Mumbai station, arrested

A 21-year-old woman was allegedly molested by a person at Mumbai railway station on Thursday.

Mumbai

Call records data leak: One more arrest in Thane

A CDR is a confidential record which was being leaked out by these detectives at a cost to others. Police have booked them all under the IT act and relevant acts of extortion.

Nation

Mumbai: Man ‘Forcibly Kisses’ Girl at Turbhe Railway Station, Arrested – Watch

The incident happened when the girl, who is in her early 20s, was waiting for the local train at Turbhe railway station.

Mumbai

After 70 years of Independence electricity reaches Elephanta Caves

A 7.5-km long undersea cable has brought electricity to the world-famous Gharapuri Isle, which houses the UNESCO world heritage site.

Mumbai

Projects in naxal hit areas get push

The Maharashtra government has proposed security and development projects in Gadchiroli district

Mumbai

DSK case: Buyers pin hopes on MahaRERA

Nearly half a dozen complaints against DSK are with MahaRERA that are being heard and orders have been passed in some

Mumbai

PNB scam has put Rafale deal row on backburner: Uddhav Thackeray

“During demonetisation, people were asked several questions while withdrawing their money. So, how is it that loans worth thousands of crores were given? Scams are coming out one after the other. Due to the PNB scam, the Rafale deal scam has been pu

Mumbai

Matunga locals claim BMC's hawking pitches selected randomly

Residents said that the BMC has proposed around 2,193 hawker pitches in just 40 roads of the ward, while 65 per cent roads in the area remain untouched

Mumbai

Social media can be used to defeat BJP in Maharashtra Assembly polls, says Hardik

Patel, who heads the Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS), addressed 250 volunteers for an hour in Bandra on Thursday evening on an invitation from Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam.

Mumbai

Stranded model gets passport in record time

On February 13, my father destroyed my passport and Green Card in a bid to make me stay. I tried seeking help from government agencies online to get a new passport, says Patil

Mumbai

BJP, Shiv Sena netas under Bombay HC scanner for harming mangroves

The court has asked the police to consider if there is prima facie evidence against the two politicians and take appropriate action as per the law, says Prajakta Shinde

Mumbai

Kripashankar case: Mumbai court rejects prosecution’s argument

Singh had submitted that despite knowing that sanction to prosecute him was rejected twice by the government in 2014, the prosecution had not brought it to the notice of the court.

Mumbai

Aggrieved students protest outside Mumbai University convocation hall

The protesting students hoped to catch the attention of the varsity's administration over some of their long-pending grievances which include the delay in getting their mark sheets

Mumbai

Now, digital degrees for Mumbai University students

The National Academic Depository (NAD), students will soon be able to access a digital version of their convocation degrees by logging on to the NAD's official portal with their Aadhar details

Mumbai

Marathi school forms marketing team to keep it alive

The team approaches the school alumni, corporate companies and small-medium entrepreneurs (SME) to generate funds

Mumbai

Slower speeds have led to fewer accidents

The speed of a vehicle determines the impact of an accident thus with the speed of buses slowing down, the number of accidents has dropped too.

Mumbai

In a first, pay your power bills in a flash

The bill details, including the payable amount, will flash on the mobile screen through the app

Mumbai

DNA EXCLUSIVE | Nariman Point has cultural potential

The state government has been aggressively pursuing Mumbai as the International Finance Centre (IFC), in BKC, on par with New York, London, Singapore and Tokyo, making the proposal for the transformation of Nariman Point crucial.

Mumbai

Traffic tames killer red bus

Bringing down the speed at which BEST buses ply on the streets of Mumbai, traffic snarls have paradoxically led to fewer accidents at the wheels of the city's iconic red bus

Mumbai

Diesel leak from fogging machine sparks fire, 2 hurt

Anil Mishra, 47, a lift-man, and Ram Patra, a worker, were working at the Gold Coin residential complex at Haji Ali. The two sustained burns after the fogging machine accidentally caught fire.

Mumbai

Day2: TISS students keep up the heat

Several students assembled at the main gate of the institute's Mumbai campus on Thursday morning and continued with their protest

Mumbai

Mumbai: A year later, Mahim cycle stand waits for takers

While the cycle stand provides sheltered parking for 48 bicycles, local people said that most of the times, none is parked there. 

Mumbai

Bombay HC sets aside domicile rule for medical admissions in Maharashtra

All petitioners are not domiciles of State of Maharashtra; however, they are admitted to MBBS course situated in the state and have passed the same exam and completed the internship in Maharashtra

Mumbai

CDR scam: Several Bollywood celebs sought services

Some people who are closely linked to Bollywood have used services of the arrested detectives. We shall call them for questioning once we get the evidence. Some VIPs have used their services, says Singh

Mumbai

Mumbai: Three-day literature festival kicks off

Fest focuses on work by women in 20 different Indian languages.

Business

ED seizes 9 luxury cars, shares worth Rs 100 cr

The central agency on Wednesday raided 17 locations across India, including four shell companies in Mumbai, in connection with the scam.

Mumbai

Consumer awareness key to reduce tampering incidents

When a driver sees someone with luggage, he changes the pulse to fast using a switch, says Thampi Kurien

Mumbai

Unions blame black sheep among them

This is a huge number as there are 1.30 lakh rickshaws and 54,000 black-and-yellow cabs registered in Mumbai.

Mumbai

Missing from Navi Mumbai, 4 children traced to Allahabad

On Wednesday, the police registered an FIR. On Thursday, the APMC police received a phone call from the Allahabad railway police stating that the four children had been spotted at the station.

Mumbai

Shivaji memorial: Bombay High Court notices to state, Centre and coastal authorities

The petitions have opposed the construction of the statue, citing ecological damage, and have also alleged while it is mandatory for the state authorities to invite suggestions and objections from the public and to hold a public hearing, in the present ca

Mumbai

Bombay HC relief for students seeking admission to PG medical courses

Until academic year 2016-2017, the petition said, the university and private unaided medical colleges in the state were conducting their own CET and making all students eligible for admission to PG courses, irrespective of their status of domicile in Maha

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