Mumbai

Latest articles

4m
New Kerala
Social activists welcome SC's verdict on triple talaq - newkerala news #265284Mumbai (Maharashtra), August 22 : After the 3:2 majority Supreme Court verdict
New Kerala / Posted 4 minutes ago
Mumbai (Maharashtra), August 22 : After the 3:2 majority Supreme Court verdict invalidated the Islamic practice of triple talaq, women activists welcomed the judgement, saying this would definitely give good morale boost and legal support to the... Read more
190 related articles
59m
Business Standard India
Maharashtra Congress alleges Rs 18,000-cr scam in Metrorail car depot planThe Mumbai Congress on Tuesday alleged a Rs 18,000 crore scam brewing in the Ma
Business Standard India / Posted 59 minutes ago
The Mumbai Congress on Tuesday alleged a Rs 18,000 crore scam brewing in the Maharashtra government's plans to allot a whopping 30 hectares of prime green land for a car-depot of the upcoming Mumbai Metro III line. The government dismissed the... Read more
59m
Business Standard India
Shoppers Stop eyes 25% more profits in FY18the bottom five per cent under-performing stores. This year, the firm also plan
Business Standard India / Posted 59 minutes ago
the bottom five per cent under-performing stores. This year, the firm also plans to open five more stores in Delhi, Mumbai and Guwahati, among other places. Third, the company would focus on increasing its online presence through the... Read more
1h
Business Standard India
SBI, govt show interest in Air India's Mumbai assetsas well as State Bank of India (SBI) have shown interest in buying the properti
Business Standard India / Posted an hour ago
as well as State Bank of India (SBI) have shown interest in buying the properties to be auctioned by Air India in Mumbai, sources in the know said. Advertisements, issued last week, got good response from prospective buyers, sources said.... Read more
2h
San Francisco Chronicle
Stray dogs turn blue after industrial waste dumped in riverA strange thing is happening to dogs in the Indian township of Navi Mumbai – th
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 2 hours ago
A strange thing is happening to dogs in the Indian township of Navi Mumbai – they’ve started to turn blue. Indian authorities shuttered a company after its alleged dumping of industrial waste led to stray dogs turning blue. According to the... Read more
2h
asianage
Police awaits BMC probe report on building collapseMumbai: The Parksite police are still waiting for the Brihanmumbai Muncipal Cor
asianage / Posted 2 hours ago
Mumbai: The Parksite police are still waiting for the Brihanmumbai Muncipal Corporation (BMC) inquiry report on the Ghatkopar building collapse case. Officers investigating the case said they would write to BMC officials, asking for the date of... Read more
2h
asianage
Pfizer gets patent for pneumonia vaccineMumbai: India has granted Pfizer a patent for its pneumonia vaccine Prevenar 13
asianage / Posted 2 hours ago
Mumbai: India has granted Pfizer a patent for its pneumonia vaccine Prevenar 13, in a blow to some health groups that said this would put the treatment out of reach of thousands in poorer nations. The decision by India’s patent office bars other... Read more
2h
Business Standard India
Pulses get dearer on import curbsup from below their minimum support prices. Prices of tur, urad and moong have
Business Standard India / Posted 2 hours ago
up from below their minimum support prices. Prices of tur, urad and moong have climbed 5-10 per cent in August in the Navi Mumbai wholesale market. According to government data, the prices have still not crossed the MSPs in some mandis. “Tur... Read more
3h
asianage
Want to wear my uniform, says Shrikant PurohitMumbai: Lt. Col. Shrikant Prasad Purohit, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast
asianage / Posted 3 hours ago
Mumbai: Lt. Col. Shrikant Prasad Purohit, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast, has said the Army needs to take a call on whether or not to pursue his allegations of the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) planting RDX to incriminate... Read more
43 related articles
3h
asianage
GST’s pinch makes Bappa costlierMumbai: With just a few days to go for the city’s most loved festival, Ganesh C
asianage / Posted 3 hours ago
Mumbai: With just a few days to go for the city’s most loved festival, Ganesh Chathurthi, Mumbaikars are feeling the pinch, as they have to shell out 20 per cent more for idols as compared to last year. Though cost of idols varies depending on their... Read more
3h
asianage
MMRCL to remove barriers for GanpatiMumbai: With only three days to go for Ganeshotsav, Ashwini Bhide, managing dir
asianage / Posted 3 hours ago
Mumbai: With only three days to go for Ganeshotsav, Ashwini Bhide, managing director of Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) on Tuesday said that the barricades put up across the city for the metro rail work will be removed to facilitate... Read more
4h
Newswise
What’s the Annual Value of Trees? $500 Million Per Megacity, Study SaysCairo, Egypt; Istanbul, Turkey; London, Great Britain; Los Angeles, United Stat
Newswise / Posted 4 hours ago
Cairo, Egypt; Istanbul, Turkey; London, Great Britain; Los Angeles, United States; Mexico City, Mexico; Moscow, Russia; Mumbai, India; and Tokyo, Japan. The researchers estimated the benefits of tree cover in reducing air pollution, stormwater... Read more
4h
The Economic Times
Income tax department grapples with Benami Deal allegation against CascadeMUMBAI: Who are the men behind Cascade Energy Pte? It’s a question that the inc
The Economic Times / Posted 4 hours ago
MUMBAI: Who are the men behind Cascade Energy Pte? It’s a question that the income tax department in Chennai is grappling with one of the first instances of an allegation of ‘benami transaction’ in the corporate world. Curiously, the allegation has... Read more
4h
The Economic Times
Bombay Shaving Gets Rs 14 crore fundingMUMBAI: Men’s consumer care product firm Bombay Shaving Company has raised Rs 1
The Economic Times / Posted 4 hours ago
MUMBAI: Men’s consumer care product firm Bombay Shaving Company has raised Rs 14 crore from a clutch of investors led by Fireside Ventures to fuel its expansion plans. “We believe the market opportunity is tremendous as men have begun investing in... Read more
4h
The Economic Times
Could’ve been conservative, but in 2008-09 everyone was chasing growth: Prashant RuiaMUMBAI: Growing and “sweating” the existing $17-billion asset base spread acros
The Economic Times / Posted 4 hours ago
MUMBAI: Growing and “sweating” the existing $17-billion asset base spread across steel, power, ports, hydrocarbons and coal bed methane (CBM) — that together generates $15 billion of revenues — will be the focus of the Essar Group after selling a... Read more
26 related articles
4h
The Economic Times
Narayana Murthy, Infosys board set to take battle to shareholdersBENGALURU | MUMBAI: Founder NR Narayana Murthy and the board of Infosys are ind
The Economic Times / Posted 4 hours ago
BENGALURU | MUMBAI: Founder NR Narayana Murthy and the board of Infosys are independently approaching investors to garner support for a possible extraordinary general meeting (EGM), according to three people aware of the unprecedented move,... Read more
16 related articles
4h
The Economic Times
Ensure bank mergers benefit customers, shareholders: Arundhati BhattacharyaMUMBAI: State Bank of India chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya, who created histor
The Economic Times / Posted 4 hours ago
MUMBAI: State Bank of India chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya, who created history this year by merging six banks at one stroke, on Tuesday said the economy needs bigger banks to meet its growing needs, but they should be nimble in their... Read more
4h
The Economic Times
Tariffs likely to drop 25-30 per cent over the next year as price war intensifies: ExpertsMUMBAI: The mobile phone bill that has become lighter on the pocket over the pa
The Economic Times / Posted 4 hours ago
MUMBAI: The mobile phone bill that has become lighter on the pocket over the past year is set to fall further, thanks to the continuing price war in the telecom industry. Analysts and industry insiders are predicting a 25-30 per cent average fall in... Read more
4h
The Hindu
Historic day for Muslim women: Shayara Bano on triple talaq verdictthe ears” of Muslim women. “It is the most forward-looking judgment in indepen
The Hindu / Posted 4 hours ago
the ears” of Muslim women. “It is the most forward-looking judgment in independent India,” said Ms. Soman, who is based in Mumbai. Ms. Soman said she would now campaign for “a procedure to be laid down in consonance with the Talaq-e-Ahsan” form of... Read more
190 related articles
5h
asianage
Ishaan, Jhanvi, hang out together on Karan’s diktatThese days, the paparazzi in Mumbai get to see a lot of the pretty Jhanvi Kapoo
asianage / Posted 5 hours ago
These days, the paparazzi in Mumbai get to see a lot of the pretty Jhanvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter hanging out together. While the gossip machines are having a field day about it, may we remind them that Jhanvi and Ishaan are to make their debuts... Read more
5h
Decclan Chronicle
Ishaan Khatter, Jhanvi Kapoor, hang out together on Karan’s diktatThese days, the paparazzi in Mumbai get to see a lot of the pretty Jhanvi Kapoo
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
These days, the paparazzi in Mumbai get to see a lot of the pretty Jhanvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter hanging out together. While the gossip machines are having a field day about it, may we remind them that Jhanvi and Ishaan are to make their debuts... Read more
5h
The Economic Times
Banking operations hit by state-run banks staff strikeMUMBAI: Banking operations were hit across the country on Tuesday with nearly 1
The Economic Times / Posted 5 hours ago
MUMBAI: Banking operations were hit across the country on Tuesday with nearly 10 lakh employees of state-run banks striking to protest against the government’s proposed move of consolidation, among other issues. Services at private sector banks were... Read more
13 related articles
5h
The Economic Times
Reserve Bank of India to introduce Rs 200 notes beginning SeptemberKOLKATA|MUMBAI: Reserve Bank of India appears to be giving highest emphasis on
The Economic Times / Posted 5 hours ago
KOLKATA|MUMBAI: Reserve Bank of India appears to be giving highest emphasis on how to avoid the possibility of an illegal trade of currency notes as it prepares to introduce Rs 200 denominated bank notes for the first time in history. RBI is likely... Read more
5h
The Economic Times
Shoppers Stop will sell food, books online by the next fiscalsaid Hyper-City online will be available in markets where it has stores that wi
The Economic Times / Posted 5 hours ago
said Hyper-City online will be available in markets where it has stores that will fulfill the orders. Trials began in Mumbai and will be extended to Bengaluru this year. Crossword, however, will have a national e-commerce footprint. “Since we... Read more
5h
The Economic Times
Vishal Sikka seen losing to Narayana Murthy in the battle of perceptioncitizens to command goodwill in turbulent times,” said the poll that interviewe
The Economic Times / Posted 5 hours ago
citizens to command goodwill in turbulent times,” said the poll that interviewed professionals in Delhi, Bengaluru and Mumbai aged between 28 and 50. While they strongly supported the idea of a founder or an Infosys insider taking over from... Read more
5h
The Economic Times
Tata Trusts must work on common CSR goals with group companies: Ratan TataMUMBAI: Ratan Tata wants Tata Trusts to work with the group companies on social
The Economic Times / Posted 5 hours ago
MUMBAI: Ratan Tata wants Tata Trusts to work with the group companies on social development goals for “one powerful set of initiatives,” breaking away from a four-year tradition. Under former chairman Cyrus Mistry, companies charted their individual... Read more
5h
The Hindu
Edappadi Palaniswami govt. falls short of majorityMinisters meanwhile held meetings at the Secretariat on the threat to the gover
The Hindu / Posted 5 hours ago
Ministers meanwhile held meetings at the Secretariat on the threat to the government. Meanwhile, Governor Rao left for Mumbai. In identical letters submitted to Mr. Rao at the Raj Bhavan, the rebel MLAs claimed they were “disillusioned with... Read more
137 related articles
6h
The Economic Times
11 states may see Rs 9,500 crore revenue loss this year under GSTMUMBAI: Even though as a whole states' revenue may clip past at a CAGR of 16.6
The Economic Times / Posted 6 hours ago
MUMBAI: Even though as a whole states' revenue may clip past at a CAGR of 16.6 per cent in FY18 over FY16 under the GST, 11 of them may need an additional Rs 9,500 crore compensation from the Centre this year, says a report. "All states combined... Read more
7h
Gulf News
Over 8m passengers used Dubai airport in Julymost popular cities served from Dubai International airport in terms of traffic
Gulf News / Posted 7 hours ago
most popular cities served from Dubai International airport in terms of traffic volume were London, followed by Kuwait, Mumbai, Bangkok and Riyadh.“We have started the second half of the year on a very positive note, and with the Islamic... Read more
7h
The Economic Times
IPL-FEMA case: Shah Rukh Khan to miss ED date tomorrowMUMBAI: Actor Shah Rukh Khan won't appear before the ED tomorrow in connection
The Economic Times / Posted 7 hours ago
MUMBAI: Actor Shah Rukh Khan won't appear before the ED tomorrow in connection with a FEMA case for alleged loss of Rs 73.6 crore foreign exchange related to the IPL T-20 cricket league. Officials said the actor and his wife Gauri Khan had sought an... Read more
7h
The Economic Times
Court to announce sentence in 1993 blasts case on Sep 7in India, and sent some youths to Pakistan for arms training, Salem transported
The Economic Times / Posted 7 hours ago
in India, and sent some youths to Pakistan for arms training, Salem transported arms and ammunition from Gujarat coast to Mumbai. He also handed over AK-56 rifles, 250 rounds of ammunition, and some hand grenades to Dutt. He was accused of later... Read more
7h
The Hindu
Purohit bail will have no bearing on trialPurohit, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast, would have no bearing on the on
The Hindu / Posted 7 hours ago
Purohit, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast, would have no bearing on the ongoing trial at a special NIA court in Mumbai. An NIA official said the chance of Purohit, a serving Army officer, influencing witnesses was remote. Intelligence... Read more
43 related articles
7h
Business Standard India
Bank employees' strike: ATMs go dry, operations hit, transactions delayedper the reports received from various parts of the country. The impact of stri
Business Standard India / Posted 7 hours ago
per the reports received from various parts of the country. The impact of strike was seen in major business centres like Mumbai, Kolkata, Patna, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Pune and Jaipur, while some ATMs in small cities went dry,... Read more
13 related articles
8h
New Kerala
1993 Mumbai Blast Case: TADA court to announce quantum of sentence for accused - newkerala news #265319Mumbai (Maharashtra) , August 22 : A special Terrorist and Disruptive Activity
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
Mumbai (Maharashtra) , August 22 : A special Terrorist and Disruptive Activity (TADA) Court would pronounce the quantum of sentence against all the convicts of the 1993 Mumbai Bomb Blast Case. The court had convicted six people, including the... Read more
8h
New Kerala
CHEEP: A Tech Driven Mobile Services Marketplace - newkerala news #265391Mumbai, Aug 22: CHEEP is an on demand home service provider app which connects
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
Mumbai, Aug 22: CHEEP is an on demand home service provider app which connects consumers with thousands of qualified, verified and insured service professionals to fulfill all kinds of household needs. A range of professionals such as Carpenters,... Read more
8h
New Kerala
53 percent Indians Lack the Discipline to Stay Fit, Reveals Gympik's Research - newkerala news #265406that they lack the discipline to stay fit. Gympik conducted the market researc
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
that they lack the discipline to stay fit. Gympik conducted the market research - Weighing up fitness-in Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Hyderabad to find out the current fitness trends and habits amongst Indians. Based on the responses of 1.06... Read more
8h
New Kerala
GIFT City has Won Four Awards at CMO Asia 2017 in Singapore - newkerala news #265405Mumbai, Aug 22: Gujarat International Finance-Tec City (GIFT City), known as fi
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
Mumbai, Aug 22: Gujarat International Finance-Tec City (GIFT City), known as first operational Smart City and housing India's first designated International Financial Service Centre (IFSC), has recently bagged four awards at CMO Asia 2017 in... Read more
8h
New Kerala
Jockey Celebrates 141 Years of Legacy with a Unique Pop-up Museum - newkerala news #265404India Facebook page for LIVE updates on Jockey's 141-year celebration. The Joc
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
India Facebook page for LIVE updates on Jockey's 141-year celebration. The Jockey pop-up museum will also be held in Mumbai from September 8 - 10, 2017 at High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel. Share it!Jockey Celebrates 141 Years of Legacy with a... Read more
8h
dna
Dawood Ibrahim on UK asset freeze list with 3 Pak addressesKarachi, Pakistan ' is no longer part of the records. Ibrahim is the main accus
dna / Posted 8 hours ago
Karachi, Pakistan ' is no longer part of the records. Ibrahim is the main accused in the 1993 serial bomb blasts case in Mumbai in which around 260 people were killed, and more than 700 suffered injuries. He fled the country post the bombings and... Read more
3 related articles
8h
The Economic Times
Dawood Ibrahim on UK asset freeze list with 3 Pakistan addresses; 21 aliasesKarachi, Pakistan - is no longer part of the records. Ibrahim is the main accu
The Economic Times / Posted 8 hours ago
Karachi, Pakistan - is no longer part of the records. Ibrahim is the main accused in the 1993 serial bomb blasts case in Mumbai in which around 260 people were killed, and more than 700 suffered injuries. He fled the country post the bombings and... Read more
3 related articles
9h
asianage
RIL to pick up 25 pc stake in Balaji Telefilms for Rs 413 crby RIL through a preferential issue of 2.52 crore equity shares at Rs 164 each,
asianage / Posted 9 hours ago
by RIL through a preferential issue of 2.52 crore equity shares at Rs 164 each, aggregating to Rs 413.28 crore. The Mumbai-based media and entertainment firm said proceeds from the transaction would be utilised to further speed up content... Read more
9h
asianage
Balaji Telefilms board okays selling 25 per cent stake to RILof Rs 162 per equity share for a total consideration of Rs 413.28 crore, Balaji
asianage / Posted 9 hours ago
of Rs 162 per equity share for a total consideration of Rs 413.28 crore, Balaji Telefilms said in a BSE filing. The Mumbai-based media and entertainment firm had said that proceeds from the transaction would be utilised to further speed up... Read more
9h
Decclan Chronicle
Here are a few beer games to take your boredom awayto the upside-down position on the table before the next member begins. First t
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
to the upside-down position on the table before the next member begins. First team to finish wins. Authored by Freshmenu, a food-tech company that brings fresh, chef-made meals to foodies of Bangalore, Mumbai and Delhi/NCR with a new menu every... Read more
9h
The Economic Times
What does ban on triple talaq mean for Muslim women?MUMBAI: Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled a controversial Muslim quick divorce law
The Economic Times / Posted 9 hours ago
MUMBAI: Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled a controversial Muslim quick divorce law unconstitutional, saying the government will need to frame a new law. Muslim women have long argued that the law, which allows Muslim men to divorce their wives simply... Read more
190 related articles
9h
Channel NewsAsia
Indian factory shut for dumping dye after dogs turn blueMUMBAI: A factory accused of dumping dye into an Indian river where several dog
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 hours ago
MUMBAI: A factory accused of dumping dye into an Indian river where several dogs turned blue has been shut down, an official said Tuesday (Aug 22), after alarming pictures emerged of the brightly-coloured canines. An animal activist spotted the blue... Read more
10h
CTV News
Why are blue dogs roaming the streets of Mumbai?There’s something in the water in Mumbai, India. And it may be turning packs o
CTV News / Posted 10 hours ago
There’s something in the water in Mumbai, India. And it may be turning packs of dogs blue. Local residents have captured images in recent weeks of stray dogs sporting a vibrant blue hue roaming the streets of Taloja, one of the city’s industrial... Read more
10h
Gulf News
Arjun Rampal to bring ‘Daddy’ to DubaiThe Bollywood actor will interact with fans on August 30 at Deira City Centre
Gulf News / Posted 10 hours ago
The Bollywood actor will interact with fans on August 30 at Deira City Centre Mumbai: actor Arjun Rampal during the promo launch of Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva 2016, 6-part Television series in Mumbai on August 2016 (Photo: IANS) Bollywood actor Arjun... Read more
10h
New Kerala
Dr. Amit Upadhyay of Horizon Outsource Solutions visits Father Agnel's Ashram in Mumbai to promote 'Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan' - newkerala news #26532922 : India celebrated its 70th Independence Day this week with a new level of a
New Kerala / Posted 10 hours ago
22 : India celebrated its 70th Independence Day this week with a new level of achievements and enthusiasm. Meanwhile, in Mumbai, Dr. Amit Upadhyay of Horizon Outsource Solutions visited Father Agnel's Ashram in Mumbai to spend a day with 55... Read more
10h
dna
Over 2 lakh houses remain unsold in MMR: Mkt reportUnsold stock of the housing units has increased by 11 per cent in the Mumbai Me
dna / Posted 10 hours ago
Unsold stock of the housing units has increased by 11 per cent in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and 10 per cent in Greater Mumbai this year so far, according to a quarterly research report on the city's real estate. As per Liases Foras, a... Read more
10h
The Economic Times
Bajaj Electricals eyes Rs 5,000-crore turnover this fiscalMUMBAI: Lighting products and consumer durables maker Bajaj Electricals today s
The Economic Times / Posted 10 hours ago
MUMBAI: Lighting products and consumer durables maker Bajaj Electricals today said it is eyeing a turnover of Rs 5,000 crore this fiscal, while aiming to double it in the next four years. "There is negative sales in the first quarter (because of... Read more
2 related articles
More

In this news