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No fine for not donning masks inside private vehicles: BMC
No fine for not donning masks inside private vehicles: BMC

Those traveling in public transport must keep their masks on or they will be fined.

Mumbai Confidential: Cut To Size
Mumbai Confidential: Cut To Size

Sources in the NCP say that the controversy has hit Dhananjay Munde's stock in the party and also in the government.

Bombay HC notice to Centre, NMC on disabled woman being refused admission to medical course
Bombay HC notice to Centre, NMC on disabled woman being refused admission to medical course

The student, Anita Shinde, has claimed that in the past, many like her had got admission to such courses and she being denied the same opportunity was arbitrary.

'We can't afford our voter base to shrink': Mumbai Congress president
'We can't afford our voter base to shrink': Mumbai Congress president

Under 'Majhi Mumbai, Mazhi Congress', we will hold district sammelans and padyatras. The idea is to reach out to people and our own workers and understand the issues faced by them as well as spread awareness about party initiatives.

Splitting it up
Splitting it up

Demands seeking the re-organisation of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation under two municipal commissioners to run the country's richest but unwieldy civic body find increasing resonance as it heads to polls next year.

Bombay HC: 'Mere presence during crime of obscene act in public can't be considered without specific role'
Bombay HC: 'Mere presence during crime of obscene act in public can't be considered without specific role'

With this, the High Court quashed an FIR against two men booked during a raid on a dance bar in January 2017. The court held that neither were the two involved in obscene acts nor did they abet any.

CoWIN software suffers glitches, BMC says drive to resume after two days
CoWIN software suffers glitches, BMC says drive to resume after two days

. When the software was unable to create a list or message beneficiaries, Ward Officials began to call people on the list or send them messages. Some beneficiaries said that they received calls late on Friday, some as late as on Saturday at 10am

Mumbai: Morcha in support of farmers' agitation
Mumbai: Morcha in support of farmers' agitation

While speakers questioned the need for the new farm laws, they also raised questions over the formation of the four-member committee by the Supreme Court to mediate between the government and farmers.

Maharashtra: Tepid response to Covaxin, 54 pc recipients turn out for vaccine
Maharashtra: Tepid response to Covaxin, 54 pc recipients turn out for vaccine

Across the state, 600 people were registered for a Covaxin shot in six hospital sites in JJ Hospital (Mumbai), Government Medical College (Solapur, Nagpur, Aurangabad) and district hospitals in Amravati and Pune.

At 10 Mumbai centres, over 1,900 vaccinated: 'Entire experience was like a picnic'
At 10 Mumbai centres, over 1,900 vaccinated: 'Entire experience was like a picnic'

The beneficiaries were a mix of government and private healthcare workers. "The entire list was prepared by local ward office. They manually texted each beneficiary to visit the centre," a civic official said.

Uddhav Thackeray launches 'revolutionary' vaccination drive, software glitches slow down process at some centres
Uddhav Thackeray launches 'revolutionary' vaccination drive, software glitches slow down process at some centres

Launching the vaccination drive at the Covid care centre in Bandra Kurla Complex here, the Chief Minister said the 'corona warriors had selflessly treated the Covid-19 patients even when there was no remedy available.

Maharashtra cabinet sub-committee to study Punjab farm laws that make violation of MSP criminal offence
Maharashtra cabinet sub-committee to study Punjab farm laws that make violation of MSP criminal offence

According to highly-placed sources in the government, the Maha Vikas Aghadi government is not in a hurry to make any final decision as the situation is evolving, with the intervention of the Supreme Court, which has put a stay on the implementation of the laws.