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The state on Thursday told the Bombay high court that it had distributed over Rs 2,500 crore to farmers whose crops were destroyed in the unseasonal hailstorm in March.
Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record Association has filed a petition in the apex court challenging the validity of the constitutional amendment to set up National Judicial Appointment Commission.
Within a month of threatening to quit active politics, rebel Congress leader Narayan Rane on Wednesday sought nomination for himself as well as his son Neetesh for the assembly elections.
A 24-year-old woman accused four men of bundling her into a car, sexually assaulting her and robbing her between Bandra (E) and Dahisar on Tuesday.
A PIL filed in the Madras high court has said officials in charge of power distribution are indifferent to violations by apartment promoters, who seldom set aside open space for installing
There were uproarious scenes at Stanley Medical College and Hospital on Thursday, with families of 20 patients, who reportedly contracted hepatitis C virus after undergoing dialysis there, protested,
Accused in acid attack seeks bail  (22 August 04:48 am) 
The defence in the Preeti Rathi acid attack case has filed a bail plea in the sessions court and argued that the accused, Ankur Panwar, was being made a scapegoat.
The income tax department formed a committee to consider chief minister J Jayalalithaa’s applications to settle the 23-year-old I-T returns case by paying a fine. 
The income tax department formed a committee to consider chief minister J Jayalalithaa’s applications to settle the 23-year-old I-T returns case by paying a fine.
The Madras high court has mooted a two-pronged strategy to end encroachment menace and also to ensure that the squatters do not return after a while.
The defence in the rape case involving DIG Sunil Paraskar iterated its stand that at no point during the bail hearing had they claimed that the woman was arrested in an escort service case.
Late on Wednesday, a leakage was spotted in the BMC water pipeline at Vartak Nagar in Thane. Locals living around the area are known to have made a panic call.
Politician manhandles inspector  (22 August 04:48 am) 
An inspector was allegedly manhandled by a senior BJP leader from the eastern suburbs inside the Navghar police station on Thursday. But top officials were trying to suppress the news.
A blaze killed four men and gutted a plastic depot at Thiruverkadu on the outskirts of the city early on Thursday.
A Tamil TV channel has invited the wrath of doctors across the state through a talk show that focused on unethical medical practices.
Several residents in Tondiarpet prefer crossing busy Tiruvottiyur High Road to using the subway there. Reason: The badly maintained subway is poorly lit and turns into a den of miscreants after dusk.
A 16-year-old from Mulund gave the gift of life to three patients after he was declared brain dead at Fortis Hospital in Mulund on Wednesday.
Twelve members, comprising the management and trustees, of Nalanda Law College were booked by the Borivli police late on Wednesday following complaints of students being duped.
The government on Thursday reassured the Arab world that India will continue with its \"strong political\" support to the Palestinian cause.
Maharashtra\'s \'Nutrition Mission\', a programme aiming to curb malnutrition in young children particularly under the age of 2, has garnered lavish applause on the international stage for the major
The much-anticipated seaplane service in the state will take off, on Monday.
The Islamic State poses a greater danger than a conventional \"terrorist group\" and is pursuing a vision that could radically alter the face of the Middle East, US defense leaders said Thursday.
The Supreme Court on Thursday entertained Uttarakhand governor Aziz Qureshi’s petition and decided to examine whether constitutional dignity was trampled by the home secretary’s phone call asking
Thailand’s junta chief appointed PM  (22 August 04:46 am) 
Thailand’s coup leader General Prayuth Chan-ocha was appointed prime minister on Thursday by a legislature he hand-picked, giving the army chief a veneer of legitimacy even while the military
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, a militant group that witnesses and officials say has executed hundreds of members of Iraq’s Yazidis, has released a video that seeks to show it enlightened hundreds