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HC tells Maharashtra police chief to go
February 5, 2009
On Thursday, the Bombay High Court set aside the appointment of Anami Narayan Roy as the state’s director-general of pol ...
Air India told to get into shape urgently
June 24, 2009
The Govt asked Air India, caught between a deepening liquidity crisis
poor passenger load, to be “leaner
Clerics flay court verdict on gays, SC seeks Govt opinion
July 9, 2009
A group of religious leaders alleged on Thursday that the campaign to legalise homosexuality in the country was part of ...
Separated, by a century
September 22, 2009
Of the 52 built to fortify Aurangabad in the 17th century, only 13 gates remain as ageing witnesses to the history made ...
Maharashtra in for $3 billion makeover
July 18, 2007
The plan focuses on building expressways, airports
ports for better connectivity, reports
‘Terror battle far from over’
July 11, 2007
Even as Mumbai observes the first anniversary of the serial train blasts, the Deputy CM says the financial hub will rema ...
Mumbai to Pune in 1 hour? Maybe
May 30, 2007
A special purpose vehicle will soon be set up to start a world-class high-speed train between Delhi nad Mumbai, reports ...
Johny gets cracking, transfers 28 officers
May 25, 2007
One month after he took over as the chief secretary, Johny Joseph effected a major bureaucratic reshuffle, reports
Menstrual queries deleted from form
April 18, 2007
Bowing to pressure from women groups, the government deletes controversial queries on women-specific health issues from ...
Appraisal form shocks women bureaucrats
April 11, 2007
The new appraisal rules for women bureaucrats instructs them to record intimate details like their menstrual history, re ...
Legislators angry at slashed irrigation funds
April 10, 2007
A delegation of legislators will meet Vilasrao Deshmukh to seek a solution to the slashed budgetary allocation this ...
Anti-SEZ protestors want Govt to withdraw land acquisition notices
April 8, 2007
Anti-SEZ protestors are now dem
ing to withdraw the notices sent to farmers to acquire their l
, reports Ket ...
Second SEZ faces hurdle
April 5, 2007
Yet another proposed SEZ has run into a wall of opposition from villagers whose l
s the government is set to acquire, ...
No work may mean no allowance for MLAs
January 17, 2008
There is hope that legislators will also face a norm of no work = no allowance, reports
. Read on...
Can we stay up all night, please?
December 27, 2007
Deputy Chief Minister RR Patil may have granted a three-day leeway on deadlines for the festive season, but he is no moo ...
Want to interview Prince William, Kate? Journos told to ditch jeans and dress up
Frame it: When Shah Rukh and Salman danced together at Arpita's reception
Ganguly, Laxman talk Indian cricket's golden past, World Cup future
Everything that I have achieved in life is because of America: Schwarzenegger
SP chief Mulayam cuts 75-feet cake at grand birthday bash
Delhi girl marries outside caste, parents murder her
Govt says no to UPA's move to lower UPSC age limit
Being Salman's guests: Katrina Kaif, Aamir Khan attend Arpita's wedding
Miss Honduras Alvarado shot dead by sister's jealous boyfriend
6 dead at Hisar ashram, Rampal's brother arrested
Terrorism in India sponsored by Pak, Islamabad has to take first step for talks: Rajnath
India has to be ready for two-front war: NSA Ajit Doval
Talks on to bring Shiv Sena back on board: Maharashtra CM Fadnavis
Jaitley against burdening salaried, middle class with more taxes
Bengal: Workers kill tea garden owner over payment
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