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  • The city of dreams gearing up for ‘Dahi Handi’ with helmets & no-height limit

    These mandals are now looking towards the state legislative assembly for new directives about the limit of height which will be set for the ‘Govindas’ during the celebration.

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  • Meet the Journalist who helped enemies of India during Kargil War & terrorist attack in Mumbai

    It was because of her irresponsibility that the operation to hunt down the terrorists was extended for several hours as the terrorists got an update of Indian security forces exact location.

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  • After Meow Meow, Mumbai youths turning to synthetic drug ‘Spice’

    It was packaged in small colourful sachets, and generally marketed as a herbal smoking tobacco substitute, or as incense. It also looks like tobacco.

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  • He quit his google job for selling mutton samosas at the bohri kitchen

    An ideal meal here will start with an assortment of starters, a massive main course delight, desserts, beverages and condiments. In a nutshell, a visit to this place will fetch you ginormous 7-course meal. 

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  • GST will now attract police protection

    The department also provides police security for demolitions undertaken by the BMC. All of the funds generated goes to the state treasury."

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  • Mustafa Dossa, one of the brains behind 1993 Mumbai serial blasts

    Even during his burial, only family members were allowed inside the Qabrastan to perform the last rites.

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  • Mumbai Mayor ‘threatens’ official for demolishing illegal stalls, audio goes viral

    Senior officials said action was being taken following an HC order and a circular issued by the licence department.

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  • Fishermen at Mumbai suffer as waves bring trash to the shore

    The first monsoon showers might have hit the city, but there has been a week-long pause before the storms take the city hostage one more time in the season of monsoon.

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  • Facing pothole issues? This monsoon, tell BMC about potholes on WhatsApp

    The civic body has provided each ward office with a WhatsApp number. The number will be attended by a ward officer, who will then delegate the work.

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  • LeT terrorists enter India, may carry out strikes like Mumbai attacks

    All airports and major railway stations have been put on high alert.

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  • Man climbs a tree to protest metro 3 plan to cut it

    As I reached the spot, I saw the guys were proceeding with their work, I couldn’t see it so I removed my shoes and climbed up on the tree. It came from my heart. I did it to send a strong message”.

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  • Bombay HC stern decision against cruel son

    The Alis’ son, Shamshad, is a merchant navy captain and has been staying with the couple at their Malwani flat for over two decades. His wife, Shakila, a homemaker, too, lives in the same flat.

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  • Eating fries lands Mumbai boy in ICU

    The paediatrician suspected a blockage of the airways on the left side since Shezan did not respond to the antibiotics.

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  • Drugs sold openly at posh Mumbai colleges

    According to a report, the drug is being smuggled in the form of acid stamps, similar to postal stamps, which have to be placed under the tongue and are capable of providing a kick that lasts 12 hours after peaking in two or three hours.

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  • Bollywood diva takes on crime against women

    The institute will initially cater to young girls in the 13 to 30 age group, given the “challenging nature of lessons”.

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  • IPL fever is back: Legend of eight cities in Indian Premiere League

    the T20 spectacular has barely lost its relevance as it prepares for a grand 10th edition. For, it’s remained a box office hit played in front of packed houses and noisy fans.

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  • In a first, Hinduja Hospital to medicate TB patients at BMC rates

    Hinduja is well-known for treating drug-resistant TB cases, and this is the first time that a private hospital will provide this treatment at government rates.

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  • This man is a true inspiration for today’s generation

    Life always seems to present us with innumerable challenges and problems on a daily basis. It throws hooks when we were expecting right one; it gives us apples when we desire oranges; it even presents us with seemingly awful surprises that we weren’t expecting, and it bloats us with unresourceful …

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  • Son of billionaire printed new notes in godown to fund drug habit

    Over the last few years, drug addiction has become an issue of great concern in our country and has affected our society. Drug addiction is a severe social problem. It breaks down families, causes erosion in social values, reduces earnings and increases wasteful expenditures. The Mumbai police have arrested a …

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  • Soon, automatic food vending machines at Mumbai railway stations

    Eating out at a railway station may soon be a more pleasant experience. After ticket and tea-and-coffee vending machines, the railways have begun setting up food and beverage machines at all suburban stations. In a first-of-its-kind initiative, the Indian Railways is planning to install automatic food vending machines (AVMs) at …

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  • Uddhav’s dreams of arising a regional viceroy punctured for now

    For Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, who had dreamt of building a coalition of regional parties in Maharashtra or coming up as a powerful national player, the results of the civic polls in the state would have come as a colossal reality check. After pitching his party as a political alternative …

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  • Tug of War between Sena and BJP

    The fight for supremacy in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is getting tougher with the BJP inching closer to the Shiv Sena. The Sena has a lot riding on this poll. The most vital and the richest municipal corporation in Asia, BMC is a prized trophy. Sena is not very …

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  • Detective Homemaker catches help red handed

    A home maker turned out to be a detective by catching her domestic help robbing them red handed. The Malad police have arrested mother of four identified as Purna Khadse for allegedly robbing money from the cupboard of her employer on Monday. Interestingly she had been working for the family of …

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  • Introducing the woman who taught teens the art of burglary

    Training teenaged boys to climb walls or make human pyramids to break into houses for robbery was her expertise. The 40-year-old woman was arrested by the Nehru Nagar police on Monday after one of her students got caught. The woman identified as Kusum Gupta sought boys who were between 12 years and …

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