A jailed NCP lawmaker from Maharashtra hurled expletives at a police officer outside the Byculla jail in state capital Mumbai because the van that was to pick him up was late. Ramesh Kadam has been in jail for 19 months, arrested by the Devendra Fadnavis government in August 2015 in a 300 crore scam.
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today inaugurated several projects, including foot overbridges and escalators, to make travel more pleasurable for the over 75 lakh daily commuters on Mumbai's local trains.
As a cabinet minister from his party has alleged corruption in the Jalyukt Shivar Yojna, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray today asked how is it different from irrigation scams during the previous Congress-NCP regime.
The Maharashtra government will soon launch a website where labourers from both organised and unorganised sectors can submit their complaints, Labour Minister Sambhaji Patil Nilangekar said here today.
Images of an auto-rickshaw driver on Mumbai roads with his little son in his lap have moved many on social media after a passenger shared the photo on Twitter. Mohammad Saeed Shaikh, 26, has no choice but to drive in the blistering heat with his two-year-old son, who looks most uncomfortable and often cries.
Over a week after Worli resident Priyanka Gurav's dismembered body was found in a nullah, her severed head has been found. The Rabale MIDC police recovered it from a desolate spot on Shahapur-Nashik road in Thane district yesterday. The head was wrapped in layers of plastic bags and a bed sheet, and dumped near a tree.
Relative of a patient attacked a male nurse with scissors at the Railway hospital in central Mumbai in the early hours of Saturday morning, police said. Ramesh Govardhan Pawra (25), who works at Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Railway Hospital in Byculla, was injured in the incident.
Written by Ankita Sinha | Saturday May 13, 2017, Osmanabad, Maharashtra
Days after Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray directed his legislators to visit drought-hit areas in Maharashtra and listen to farmers' woes, one of them decided to send his proxy instead. Gautam Chabukswar, the enterprising legislator, sent Yashodhar Fanse, a former corporator, as his substitute to visit a village in Osmanabad district. Mr Fanse allegedly posed as Mr Chabukswar and met the villagers.