Mumbai: Man acquitted in 1988 rape case

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Dongri boy returns to Mumbai as Dutch commissioner

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(This story originally appeared in MumbaiMirror on October 15, 2018)

Auto union threatens strike for Rs 2 fare hike

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The Mumbai Autorickshawmen's Union has called for a strike on November 27 in case the state does not accept its demand for a Rs 2 fare hike.

Special team formed to nab journo’s attackers

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Two women cheated of Rs 1L in job fraud in Powai

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Powai police on Saturday arrested Nasir Khan (36) for cheating two women of Rs1 lakh each after promising to them jobs as airhostesses in a private airline.

Mumbai: 1st-gen postwomen recount glory days

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Bank cashier forges signatures, steals Rs 28L

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A Municipal Co-Operative Bank cashier has been arrested for allegedly siphoning of Rs 28 lakh by forging the signatures of 51 account holders.

Mum: Hostel warden booked for 'stripping' girl

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Students protested on the campus after the 19-year-old complainant, who is from Jammu and Kashmir, informed them about the ordeal.

Marksheet forgery: 4 MU workers held

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Builder wins 14-yr-old case for Worli mill plot

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Mumbai man cleared of rape charges after 30 yrs

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TV journalist attacked near his home in SoBo

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Police said the attack happened outside Gomes’s home around 1.30am. “They first pulled my friend out of the taxi and when I got out they started abusing and hitting me. They were saying something in Marathi but they did not seem to be drunk. They were waiting for me,” Gomes told TOI. Times Now is part of the Times group.

5 Marine Drive clubs may face closure

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(This story originally appeared in MumbaiMirror on October 14, 2018)

AI jet ran into unpaved ground before taking off

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Mum: MLA attacked with sword after dandiya night

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A group of unidentified persons attacked the bodyguard and a supporter of Shiv Sena MLA Tukaram Kate in Mankhurd early on Saturday.

Thane strays get one-way ticket to Canada

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Firangi, an eight-month-old partially blind puppy, and Angel, a 4-year-old with injured front limbs boarded a flight from Mumbai to Canada on Saturday where their new family awaits them. The joint family who dopted the duo started the procedure eight months ago. The Thane Society for Prevention of Cruelty against Animals facilitated the adoption.

Shivaji memorial: Downsizing raises safety fears

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Museum on PMs at Teen Murti Estate off to a start, ministers perform ground breaking ceremony

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The project, being jointly executed by the ministries of culture and urban development, is expected to be completed in about one year from the date of commission. The government has already approved the design for the proposed museum.

Desi pilots on the rise: First New York-Singapore longest nonstop piloted by Indian origin captains

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With a flying time of almost 19 hours to cover 16,800 km, this nonstop has two sets of pilots with each set having a Captain and a first officer (FO). SIA, which has almost 2,000 pilots, did not say how many of them are of Indian origin. Indian pilots have being proving their mettle globally and foreign airlines are getting to fly the latest aircraft.

Kohinoor surrendered to British, declares ASI

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The Archeological Survey of India (ASI), however, has contradicted the government’s stand by stating in a recent RTI reply that the diamond was in fact “surrendered” by the Maharaja of Lahore to Queen Victoria of England. In its response to a PIL, the government had said that Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s kin had given the Kohinoor to the British as “voluntary compensation” to cover the expenses of the Anglo-Sikh War.

Big pharma proposes launch of low priced ‘second brands’ for Ayushman Bharat health insurance scheme

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Urging the government to create “policy provisions” to allow launch of second brands for introduction into the state-run insurance scheme, the US India Business Council (USIBC) asked the government for a safeguard policy mechanism so that such supplies are exempted from price referencing.

Toiling for generations but not farmers yet

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Women in agriculture face multiple challenges due to lack of land entitlements, recognition

Plot to attack Punjab leader foiled, 3 arrested

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Trio Khalistani sympathisers, say cops; two rifles snatched recently from policemen recovered

Haryana govt. indifferent towards farmers: Surjewala

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Attack on judge’s kin: Gurugram court suspends work in solidarity

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Judge’s son on life support, wife cremated on Monday

Man behind illegal liquor unit in Ghaziabad held

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The Gautam Buddh Nagar police Monday said they have arrested the key person who was running an illegal liquor factory in Ghaziabad that was busted in

FIR registered against 12 men for forgery

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Accused forged documents, withdrew ₹8 crore from various banks: complainant

Youth Congress holds protest, demands M.J. Akbar’s resignation

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The Indian Youth Congress (IYC) organised a massive protest on Monday outside the residence of Minister of State for External Affairs M.J. Akbar, who

2 injured in scuffle at Jamia, two detained

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Two students sustained minor injuries after a quarrel broke out between two groups at a mosque inside Jamia Millia Islamia University on Monday evenin

‘JNU threatening to nullify students’ union polls’

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JNUSU says varsity asking for original bills on expenditure incurred during elections

‘Sacrilege culprits won’t be spared’

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SIT is fully cognisant of the sensitivity and urgency of the matter: Amarinder

830 dengue cases in Delhi, nearly 350 in Oct

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Dengue cases have mounted in the city with at least 830 people being diagnosed with the vector-borne disease this season, over 42% of which were repor