App-based car aggregator Uber India has filed a case in the Bombay High Court seeking Rs 12 crore in damages from taxi owners and drivers associations for damaging its reputation and 'hampering' the livelihood of drivers by protesting against the company.
A premium ticket worth Rs 75,000 for Justin Bieber's concert in Mumbai as part of his Purpose World Tour has been given for free to an autorickshaw driver's son, who is a fan of the Canadian singer and songwriter. The golden ticket also gives access to backstage where the organisers are planning to arrange a special meeting with Justin Bieber.
A Bank of India building today caught fire near Mumbai's fort area. Four fire engines have been rushed to the spot to douse the blaze. The bank building is located near the Bombay High Court in South Mumbai.
Social media has given people an outlet to display their opinions. So eager are they to do this, that some don't even check facts. The family of former chief minister and former union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde, is learning this the hard way.
While climbing the stairs of a house in Dharavi's Vishwakunj society, a gas delivery man lost balance and the cylinder that he was carrying landed on a seven-year-old boy's head, killing him on the spot. After the deceased's father registered a complaint, cops arrested the accused identified as Mahakrishnan Nadar (25).
The Air Intelligence Unit of the Customs on Tuesday found gold bars and assorted jewellery, weighing 2.3 kgs, dumped in a dustbin in a men's toilet at the international airport, an official said today.
A 17-month-old baby girl from Raipur has become the youngest child in western India to undergo a liver transplant - from her donor dad - at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, an official said on Tuesday.
A principal of a school in Mumbai has urged the Bombay High Court to quash an FIR filed against him by a peon for forwarding a joke on a WhatsApp group which allegedly violated provisions of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the SC/ST Act.
Just in time for the long weekend, Mumbai has a brand-new attraction to check out: a special spot designated for selfies that offers, as its spectacular background, the city's iconic main train station.
In a city where real estate is a premium luxury - either owning a home is a pipe dream, or for those that have, their greatest asset - a Bombay High Court order on Wednesday, asking the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and other agencies to demolish or reduce the height of around 427 buildings in violation of norms, has sent tremors through the residential belt near Mumbai airport. And all this, within the next two months.
The Bombay High Court on Wednesday ordered the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and other agencies to demolish or reduce the height of over 100 buildings that are in violation of norms near the city airport within two months.
"Isn't it unfair that within the span of a year, Kulbhushan was arrested and convicted by Pakistani authorities? The Indian government has given evidence against criminals like Dawood Ibrahim, and other terrorists. Why doesn't Pakistan act against them in a similar manner?" asks Tulsidas Pawar, childhood friend of Indian national and former naval officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was handed a death sentence by Pakistan on Monday for 'espionage and sabotage' activities in Balochistan and Karachi.
Powai's Silver Oaks apartment building drew much attention as Kulbhushan Jadhav, a former officer of Indian Navy, was sentenced to death in Pakistan on charges of spying. Mr Jadhav, the government said, had been kidnapped from Iran, where used to run a business. His family was said to live in the Silver Oaks apartment.