Sebi has settled the case against Fortis Healthcare Holdings - a promoter group company of Fortis Healthcare Ltd - after the entity made a payment of Rs. 5.85 lakh to settle charges of alleged delay in compliance with market regulator's disclosure norms.
Zaibunissa Kazi, a convict in the March 1993 serial blasts case, surrendered in the Mumbai TADA court on Monday afternoon, three days after a judge issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against her.
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.
Notwithstanding the recent turmoil in the railway ministry following the cash-for-job scam, the government's ambitious plan to run a high speed rail corridor between Mumbai and Ahmedabad is slowly inching closer to reality.
The Our Lady of Perpetual Succour (OLPS) School, Chembur, which had been asked by the education department to refund the extra fees it collected from parents of students in the secondary section, has issued a circular stating that students who seek the refund will be denied report cards, exam papers, fee receipts and copies of circulars.
The state public health department is all set to launch the National Urban Health Mission (NUHM), the centrally-sponsored flagship scheme for providing a public health delivery system to the urban poor, in Mumbai.
The civic body has ‘lost’ files relating to a whopping 314 real estate projects, across various stages of completion, in the lucrative Bandra to Andheri belt. The files have gone missing from the building proposal department offices in these areas, over the last seven years.
A twelve-year old girl was allegedly kidnapped and gang-raped by two unidentified persons, who later tried to burn her alive at Manish Nagpur area in south Nagpur yesterday night.
Following the recovery of two abandoned boats at Vikhroli, the police have said that they are in the process of verifying documents of the boats before handing it over to the claimant.
The state government has put teachers back on census, disaster relief and local, state legislature and Parliament election duties, despite the Right to Education (RTE) Act stating that teachers should not be assigned any non-educational duties that affects their focus on students.
It’s raining accolades for the Institute of Chemical Technology at Matunga.
India has sought access from the US to the 26/11 attack convict David Headley and his accomplice Tahawwur Rana, both of whom were sentenced by a Chicago court after being found guilty of terror charges.
The police may be trying to gloss over the exponential rise in the number of offences against women by attributing it to increased awareness, but experts say it’s much more than awareness and the police need to acknowledge the seriousness of the situation and take prompt measures to curb such crimes. Saurabh M Joshi reports.
The first escalator on Mumbai’s suburban network will soon be functional on platform no. 3 and 4 at the Thane railway station and will connect to a 12-metre-wide FoB at the CST end.