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58 min ago | The Indian Express
Police discuss the security arrangement at BKC on Saturday, ahead of Sonia Gandhi's rally at the venue on Sunday.
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5 hrs ago | International Business Times
Royal Challengers Bangalore picked up a second consecutive victory in IPL 7, with their bowlers coming up trumps yet again, knocking out the much-vaunted Mumbai Indians batting lineup to setup a comfortable win.
9 hrs ago | The Indian Express
"BJP manifesto talks of five 'T's - tradition, talent, tourism, technology and trade.
13 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai
Every summer, Mumbai witnesses a burst of colours and a beehive of activity, courtesy the diverse flora and fauna that breathe new life into the concrete jungle.
Born a boy biologically and given the male name Abhijit, Aher grew up in a middle-class neighborhood of Mumbai, India.
It would be wrong, however, to attribute any political colour to the ads. Think of them instead as the Amar-Akbar-Anthony pitch for cement and tea.
Mumbai, April 18 : Mumbai Indians, under their initiative 'Education For All', have invited nine underprivileged children from various Mumbai based NGOs to Dubai as part of the experiential tour and to watch Saturday's Indian Premier League match against Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Aabida, a short film about a day in the life of a Muslim widow after the terror attacks in Mumbai, is gaining acclaim for its quiet feminist stance.
After missing 12 deadlines, the Rs 428 crore Santacruz Chembur Link Road finally opened to traffic from today; while the opening is timed to perfection with days to go for polling, there was no fanfare or formal programme, as the code of conduct is in effect Coast not clear? The MMRDA claims that the Rs 428 crore Santacruz-Chembur Link Road will ... (more)
The party unit has asked every MLA from the city and suburbs to ensure a crowd of about 5,000 with them.
The Indian Supreme Court's decision to recriminalize gay sex acts has mobilized many in the LGBT community, and leading political parties are taking notice.
Mumbai's Central Prison Superintendent of Police Vasudev Burkule and his deputy have been arrested for allegedly accepting bribe of Rs 35,000 from a jail officer to clear him in the Maharashtra prison manual exam, the ACB said today.
In March this year, Gil Penalosa of the Toronto-based NGO 8-80 Cities spoke in Mumbai and Bangalore of his global vision for liveable cities.