City police registered a case of theft after diamonds worth Rs. 3.91 crore that were to be exported to Belgium went missing from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.
After showing Arunachal Pradesh in Chinese territory in the Class 10 state board geography textbooks, a similar faux pas has surfaced in the new class 10 history textbooks with the north-eastern state included as part of China in the world map.
After dealing with inflated costs and unavailability of goods for weeks, people are likely to get some relief as agitating traders are considering suspending their strike till May 24.
Crime against women has risen dramatically in the city, and there has been a more than 100% rise in the number of offences reported in the first four months of 2013 compared to the same period last year. Saurabh M Joshi reports.
Jain scholars are putting together a new set of books that translate and explain the philosophical verses of Jainism. The first volume of the book will be released next month. Mugdha Variyar reports.
While the state government might have the final say in what happens to the Turf Club’s lease, the Shiv Sena-Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) alliance is not going to give up without a fight. Even if the state agrees to renew Turf Club’s lease, the saffron alliance has now decided to oppose the resolution.
Every time a character in a film speaks on a mobile phone, across cinema halls in the country, a statutory warning might pop up to warn viewers about the dangers of mobile phone tower radiation, if actor and anti-radiation campaigner Juhi Chawla’s proposal becomes a reality. Reetika Subramanian reports.
Two instances of house break-in thefts were reported in the western suburbs on Saturday where valuables totalling Rs22.97 lakh were stolen. No arrests have been made so far.
A 25-year-old was stabbed to death by his younger brother at their residence in Somnath Yadav chawl near Jawahar talkies in Mulund (West) on Saturday night.
Before the current spot-fixing scam and the match-fixing scam that broke in 2000, the biggest controversy in cricket in India happened in 1976 when England's fast bowler John Lever was found using Vaseline, allegedly to get more ‘swing,’ by umpire Judah Reuben of Bombay who died in 2006. Ayaz Memon writes.
By the end of this month, you will be able to zip to Chembur from south Mumbai in about 15 minutes. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) will open a portion of the Eastern Freeway from Orange Gate to Panjarpol. Saurabh Katkurwar reports.
As the new academic year approaches, students’ councils across the city’s colleges are preparing a host of activities. Karishma Venkiteswaran and Sneha Koshy reports.
The Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) has witnessed fewer forest fires this summer as compared to last year, as park officials received fire protection funds on time, allowing them to employ a sizeable labour force to prevent the fires. Nikhil M Ghanekar reports.
The Class 10 state board textbooks are proofread four to five times and scrutinised by an expert committee before they are published. Despite this, glaring and embarrassing errors have recently come to light in the Class 10 history and geography textbooks. Puja Pednekar reports.
The series of glaring errors in the Class 10 state board textbooks have appalled academicians in the city, who said the board needs to become more scrupulous while appointing members to the board of studies. Puja Pednekar reports.