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HindustanTimes Wed,01 Oct 2014

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Sunday marks hottest September day in the decade

If humidity made the weather unpleasant in the city over the past two days, on Sunday, it was the beginning of the October heat that raised the discomfort level for Mumbaiites.

TYBCom exams to start from November 7

After making several changes, the Mumbai university finally released a timetable for the TYBCom exams on its website on Sunday. The exams are now scheduled to begin from November 7.

Beware! That extra pinch of salt could give you heart disease

On the occasion of World Heart Day this year, the WHO is stressing on the need to reduce the consumption of salt, which is linked to approximately 2.5 million deaths per year from cardiovascular diseases.

Bigwigs face a rocky road ahead in Maharashtra

As the Assembly election turns into a free-for-all, multi-cornered contest, political heavyweights have the most at stake. With the dramatic snapping of the two main alliances, political veterans will face tough contests in their constituencies.
By the looks of it, the state’s top political brass will have to fend relatives, rebels, former colleagues and rivals to make it to the finish line.

Friends, family turn political rivals in Nagpur ahead of polls

They say that in politics, blood runs thicker than water. But when ambitions are at stake, filial ties often go for a toss. This is evident in the assembly poll battle in Nagpur, where a kin vs kin tussle is about to be played out.

Youth arrested for abducting and sexually abusing minor girl

A 22-year-old youth from Mira Road locality of Bhayander has been arrested on the charges of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a minor girl, police said on Saturday.

Navratri mandals in Mumbai provide Wi-Fi to feature on social media

Every festive season, cultural events take the city by storm. Now, to ensure that the buzz and excitement spreads on social media as well, mandals across the city are providing Wi-Fi connections in their venues this year.

INS Sindhurakshak not fit to sail again, finds inquiry

The 2,300-tonne boat was armed with the latest multi-role missile system, radar and electronics, and had sunk at a Mumbai harbour killing 18 navy personnel and injuring several others.

Mumbai: Murder convict working as security guard held in Mumbra

The accused, Guddu alias Fahimuddin Shaikh, 35, was serving a life term in Kolhapur jail following his conviction for the murder of his friend over a petty issue at Bhosari, near Pune.

Green alarm may force BMC to elevate Goregaon-Mulund road

This means the entire 14-km stretch from Goregaon to Mulund could be developed as a four-lane elevated road passing over Aarey Colony, Saki Vihar, Bhandup Complex and joining LBS Marg at Mulund.

Dialysis solution infects 15 kidney patients in 3 months in Mumbai

More than a dozen kidney patients in Mumbai have reported severe infections and related complications, possibly from the use of contaminated dialysis solution made by a multinational drug firm.

Sena mouthpiece mocks BJP, Shah in city for talks

The Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) national president Amit Shah landed in Mumbai on Wednesday to resolve the dispute with the Shiv Sena over seat-sharing amid signs that neither side was willing to budge.

Mumbai: 19-year-old held for molesting minor

A 19-year-old Dahisar resident, who allegedly molested a minor girl on two separate occasions over the past four days, was arrested on Tuesday.

Mumbai: Man slits minor’s throat, stabs her to death outside her house

Upset that she spurned his advances, the man dragged the teenager out of her house, slit her throat and stabbed her in the stomach, outside her house in a slum in Bhiwandi, on Wednesday.

Locked out by landlord, 53-yr-old still homeless 2 months after filing FIR

When Nita Chotalal, 53, returned to her Santacruz home on July 20, she was in for a shock — the door locks had been changed by her landlord.
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