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5 stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

mumbai Updated: Aug 26, 2016 17:39 IST

HC allows women’s entry into Haji Ali inner sanctum, trust to appeal verdict

The Bombay high court struck down on Friday a ban on women’s entry into the Haji Ali Dargah’s inner sanctum, a landmark verdict in a country where female worshippers are still barred in many religious places. READ

Delighted over HC verdict on Haji Ali, muslim women to fight ‘triple talak’ next

Delighted with the victory in their fight to secure equal entry rights to the Haji Ali shrine for Muslim women, groups that supported the campaign said that their next fight will to get triple talaq banned. READ

Six streets and how Mumbai became the city of dreams

What do Goa, Cochin, Calicut, Mangalore, Karwar and Kumtha have to do with south Mumbai? At Ballard Estate, a walk down six lanes named after these port towns reveals stories of a time Mumbai became the city of dreams. READ

Police to beef-up security at Lalbaugcha Raja ahead of Ganeshotsav

The iconic Ganesh Mandal of Mumbai, Lalbaugcha Raja, which has been wooing millions of believers each year, will have an extra surveillance cover this year. The police are busy reviewing the security arrangements as the festival of Ganeshotsav is nearing. READ

10 cases registered by police for violations on Gokulashthami

The Mumbai police have registered 10 cases for violations in Mumbai against govinda mandals and a few truck drivers on the occasion of Gokulashthami on Thursday. All the ten cases are registered in the central region, officials said. READ

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