The VP Road police along with forensic officials collected samples from the spot where 13-year-old Aditya Ranka’s kidnappers murdered him, 10km from Panvel.
In a bid to turn around the dismal picture of agriculture in the state, the government is putting its weight behind ‘group farming’ that could potentially transform the face of the sector.
Keeping up pressure on PWD minister, Chhagan Bhujbal, BJP leader Kirit Somaiya said he would come up with details about corruption in the construction of the Ring Road in Nagpur.
When the top three floors of the state secretariat were gutted in a major fire on June 21, 2012, it seems the losses did not end with the fire.
A five-day classical dance festival began on Thursday at the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan auditorium at Charni Road to mark the platinum jubilee of the educational and cultural organisation, which was established in 1938. Riddhi Doshi reports.
The Bombay high court has granted a reprieve to an estranged husband who had been staying in a hotel for the past six years despite owning a two-bedroom flat in Bandra. Kanchan Chaudhari reports.
A real estate agent from Vashi was found dead with a gunshot wound in his head in the forest area of Rasayani near Panvel on Friday. G Mohiuddin Jeddy reports.
Three senior citizens were targeted in a spate of chain-snatching incidents reported in the city since Thursday.
Hoping to end the logjam between striking traders and authorities, the state government has given into one of their major demands.
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) displayed the bye-laws on its official website in March to invite public suggestions and objections before their implementation. Poorvi Kulkarni reports.
A week after a trap was set up at the abandoned Khatau Mill compound, next to Ekta Meadows society in Borivli (East), a female leopard walked into the cage late on Thursday night. Nikhil M Ghanekar reports.
The eviction order of a tenant for creating nuisance at a housing society in Thane by running a playgroup in a residential tenement, was upheld by the Bombay high court.
The aviation safety regulator has begun a probe into a mid-air safety scare wherein a private jet strayed from the altitude allotted to it and came close to a Saudi Airlines flight from Hyderabad to Jeddah.
Even as traders remain unrelenting in their ongoing strike against the local body tax (LBT), the prices of essential commodities across the city have remained largely unaffected. Naresh Kamath reports.
Though Air India’s Dreamliner fleet resumed operations from May 15, fliers from Mumbai are likely to witness a long wait to experience the aircraft touted to have better cabin space and minimal flight fatigue.