HindustanTimes Tue,21 Oct 2014


Hawkers’ registration drive: BMC to soon get software to upload data

Under fire from corporators and activists, the BMC may get the software for the scrutiny of forms submitted by hawkers as part of the registration drive by the end of the month.

Austrian’s stolen bag: Railway cops at CST deny negligence

GRP officials have denied that they tried to shirk their duty by not immediately filing a case after an Austrian national complained that his handbag was stolen at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus CST.

Shiv Sena hints at possible reconciliation with BJP

With most exit polls projecting BJP's emergence as the single-largest party in Maharashtra but falling short of a majority, Shiv Sena on Friday hinted at a possible reconciliation with its former saffron ally.

Fraudulent transactions: Nationalised Bank asked to refund Rs. 55, 200

The Thane district consumer forum has held a nationalised bank liable for failing to block a customer’s ATM card even after she lodged a complaint about a fraudulent transaction.

Leander Paes files complaint against ex-wife's boyfriend over 'death threat'

Tennis player Leander Paes on Friday registered a police complaint, alleging that the boyfriend of his ex-wife Rhea Pillai had threatened to kill him and his daughter at the family court premises in Bandra.

Thane: Shiv Sena leader, arrested for rape, gets bail

The district court in Thane on Friday granted bail to Vasu Nambiar, a local Shiv Sena leader, in a rape case. Nambiar is deputy chief of Sena's Mira Bhayander unit.

Polls over, it’s family time for candidates in Mumbai

While Sena’s Subhash Desai spent the day at his farmhouse in Raigad, Congress MLA Krishna Hegde hit the gym early in the morning and then went for a swim.

Maharashtra polls: BJP eyes win, race begins for CM seat

A front-runner for the CM post is Maharashtra BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis, but he will face serious competition in the form of Nitin Gadkari, Eknath Khadse and Vinod Tawde.

Maharashtra: Small margins may decide many seats in 4-way contest

Margins between 1,000 and 3,000 votes could decide the MLA in a large number of the 288 seats in the Maharashtra assembly election, voting for which was held on Wednesday.

Shiv Sena jittery after exit polls give BJP edge

Shiv Sainiks, who seemed upbeat and confident of a win till Sunday, wore a worried look after the exit poll results projected a trend favouring their former ally, the BJP.

21-day isolation for patients with Ebola may not be enough: study

An international study has questioned the incubation period of 21 days for the ebola virus disease, fixed by the WHO and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), United States.

Voting pattern in Mumbai could work in favour of Sena, BJP: Analysts

The voting pattern in Mumbai for the assembly elections held on Wednesday could spell trouble for the sitting Congress and Nationalist Congress Party legislators.

Prithviraj Chavan expresses regret over remarks on Adarsh

Embroiled in a controversy over his reported remarks about his predecessors and the Adarsh society scam, Maharashtra's ex-CM Prithviraj Chavan on Thursday expressed 'regrets', saying it was an inadvertent mistake.

Mumbai: Police action fails to curb drink driving

With 13 people losing their lives and 130 being injured over the past three years, the crackdown by Mumbai traffic police appears to have done little to deter motorists from driving under the influence.

Gujaratis, Marwaris swear by Modi’s party in Mumbai

Swayed by the charm of PM Modi, a leader from Gujarat who was made the face of the BJP's campaign in Maharashtra, Gujaratis in Mumbai are likely to help the party consolidate its position.
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