The state cabinet on Thursday cleared 25% reservation in private self-financing universities. Shailesh Gaikwad reports.
Drama unfolded on the premises of the state legislature on Thursday, as the BJP outsmarted the NCP before the latter could release its 'truth paper' in response to the BJP's 'black paper' on the alleged irrigation scam. Shailesh Gaikwad reports.
Chief secretary JK Banthia has asked the secretaries of various departments of the Mantralaya to spend their weekend in the troubled Gadchiroli district to get first-hand information on the status of development projects. Shailesh Gaikwad reports.
In a major embarrassment for the Shiv Sena, the no-trust motion that it planned to move against the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party government was declared lapsed on technical grounds in the Assembly on Wednesday. Shailesh Gaikwad and Pradip Kumar Maitra report.
At least eight luxury bus passengers were burnt to death in a mishap near Hinganghat on Nagpur-Hyderabad national highway, some 100 kms from Nagpur in Wardha district today morning.
The carcass of a full-grown tiger was found in the core area of Tadoba tiger reserve in eastern part of Maharashtra, some 180 kms from Nagpur in Chandrapur district, on Saturday morning.
Two men – Manohar Panse and Pandurang alias Kawdu Zhade – who have been in the news for their association with BJP president Nitin Gadkari, are missing from Gadkari wada – Gadkari's Mahal residence. Pradip Kumar Maitra
Sticking to its demand for a probe into Arvind Kejriwal's allegations on Robert Vadra's dealings with DLF, BJP today said those involved should put forward "concrete clarification" on the charges to put an end to the issue.
Another season of nature’s vagaries, another season of failed crops and the continued spate of distressed farmers ending life — that’s what Vidarbha’s killing fields have come to be known as. Five more farmers committed suicide in the last 48 hours in the region. Pradip Kumar Maitra reports
Whenever there is talk of peace, peaceful ways to conflict resolution, Gandhi is reminiscenced. This time, the government has banked on Gandhian ways to resolve home-grown conflict. The government is trying to involve Gandhians to build channels of communication with naxalites to resolve the decades-long Maoist violence in the country. Pradip Kumar Maitra reports
Baromas, a Hindi feature film that exposes the failure of the state machinery to bail out the crisis-ridden farmers of Vidarbha where two ryots commit suicide on an average every day, is ready for commercial release by the end of this month. The film evoked encouraging response at the Osian's Cinefan Film Festival in New Delhi last month.
The city police busted an alleged rave party at a restaurant in Sadar locality on Sunday night and arrested 173 people, along with 38 girls, including a college going daughter of a BJP legislator.
The Nagpur bench of Bombay high court on Tuesday issued contempt notices to the vice chancellor of Nagpur University, Dr Vilas Sapkal and its registrar Mahesh Kumar Yenki, for making false statement before the court.
A nephew of a Maharashtra minister and his five associates were caught by villagers for hunting and killing a blackbuck near Jambharun jungle in Washim district, some 350 kms from Nagpur in western Vidarbha.
The tribals of Gadchiroli seem to be living in perennial fear of naxalites. The threat is so visible that it prevented the tribals from filing nominations for the June 24 mid-term panchayat elections in 139 gram panchayats. Pradip Kumar Maitra reports.