Around 150 passengers were stuck inside a Jeddah-bound Air India aircraft for at least two hours today evening. Soubhik Mitra reports.
The Bombay high court on Monday issued a notice to Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray following a contempt petition filed over his alleged remarks against the court in 2012.
While ignoring MPs from Mumbai, Vidarbha and Central Maharashtra during the Union cabinet reshuffle on Monday, the Congress high command gave a strong message to senior party leaders in the state: work harder ahead of elections. Dharmendra Jore reports.
After accounting for the largest number of deaths on railway tracks and highways in the country, Maharashtra has also earned the notoriety of having the highest number of unidentified human bodies in the country last year. Pratik Salunke reports.
More than 30 years ago, Paul Durai, then a carefree adolescent from a village in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, failed his Class 10 board exams. If he had to give the exams again today — particularly the science papers — Durai is confident that he would sail through.
The Meghwadi police on Friday arrested Dilip Bhosale, a sub-inspector in the ATS's Nagpada unit, and four other for allegedly duping Irani, an Andheri (East) of Rs. 62 lakh. HT reports.
The mother of Mumbai teenager Ishrat Jahan, killed along with three others in an alleged fake encounter by Gujarat Police in Ahmedabad in 2004, on Tuesday claimed her daughter was "innocent" and cited the arrest of several policemen in the case to support her assertion.
Residents of Aftab Manzil claim they have been complaining to the civic body about the weakening of the building since November 2008.
Shocked with nine murders within four months, Kolhapur residents believe that a serial killer may have stuck their city.
Even as union leader Sharad Rao today threatened to hold the entire city to ransom by bringing civic and transport services to a halt from midnight on Monday, activists and other union leaders lambasted Rao for his bullying tactics. Prajakta Chavan Rane reports.
After as many as 15 police constables lost their savings to a skimming card fraud carried out of Greece, police are now scanning south Mumbai hotels to identify suspicious foreign tourists who may have been a part of the Rs. 15.47 lakh fraud.
Even as potholes have begun making an appearance on several roads across the city, contractors have quoted abysmally low prices to fill trenches dug on the roads. With low prices translating into low quality of work more often than not, your ride seems set to get bumpier this monsoon.
The Gujarat high court today directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to complete its probe into the police encounter deaths of college student Ishrat Jahan and three others by July 4 and file a final report. Mahesh Langa
After threatening a three-day long protest by civic and transport services workers, union leader Sharad Rao withdrew his agitation following intervention by the state government.
The phenomenon of crucial files going missing may be more complex than it seems. Insider accounts as well as those from some people dealing with the civic body’s building proposal department reveal that the ‘disappearance’ may be to mislead people inquiring about illegalities.