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  • IIT-Bombay Develops Satellite-Based Fog Monitoring System

    IIT-Bombay Develops Satellite-Based Fog Monitoring System

    "We have developed this system for monitoring and dissemination of fog information to government agencies and also to the general public."

  • Housing.Com Names Co-Founder Snehil Buxy as New Chief Product Officer

    Housing.Com Names Co-Founder Snehil Buxy as New Chief Product Officer

    An IIT Bombay alumnus, Buxy is the creator of Housing.com's early vision and design, the Mumbai-based company said in a statement.

  • Admission By Mumbai Police: The 16 Mistakes In Our Salman Khan Probe

    Admission By Mumbai Police: The 16 Mistakes In Our Salman Khan Probe

    The Mumbai police top brass has issued a circular to all police stations highlighting the lapses and discrepancies in the 2002 hit-and-run case in which the Bombay High Court recently acquitted actor Salman Khan.

  • Aamir Khan Meets Fan With Progeria, Leaves Him 'Optimistic'

    Aamir Khan Meets Fan With Progeria, Leaves Him 'Optimistic'

    Aamir Khan made a "dream come true" for Nihal Bitla, who is suffering from rare genetic disorder progeria, by meeting him. The youngster, who received goodies galore from the Bollywood actor-producer, says the Taare Zameen Par star made him feel "optimistic" about life.

  • Constitution Doesn't Give Right to Choice of Food, High Court Told

    Constitution Doesn't Give Right to Choice of Food, High Court Told

    The Article 21 of the Indian Constitution which guarantees right to life and personal liberty doesn't give right to choice of food, an intervener before the Bombay High Court on Friday argued during the hearing on petitions against ban on beef consumption and possession in Maharashtra.

  • Supreme Court Issues Notice To Nestle India on Food Safety Regulator's Plea

    Supreme Court Issues Notice To Nestle India on Food Safety Regulator's Plea

    The Supreme Court today sought response from Nestle and Maharashtra government on a Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) plea seeking a stay of the Bombay High Court order prohibiting food testing by the government labs not accredited under new food safety law.

  • Salman Case: Court Finds Discrepancies In Checking Blood Samples

    Salman Case: Court Finds Discrepancies In Checking Blood Samples

    The Bombay High Court on Tuesday pointed out several lacunae in the procedures for checking presence of alcohol in the blood samples of actor Salman Khan after the September 2002 hit-and-run case involving him.

  • Salman Khan Hit-And-Run: Supreme Court Refuses to Cancel Actor's Bail

    Salman Khan Hit-And-Run: Supreme Court Refuses to Cancel Actor's Bail

    A bench of Justice FMI Kalifulla and Justice Amitava Roy refused to entertain the plea saying the order of Bombay High Court doesn't require interference with. The actor was granted bail by the high court on the very day he was convicted and sentenced by the sessions court

  • 'Actor' Karan Johar is 'Exploding' to Work With Anurag Kashyap

    'Actor' Karan Johar is 'Exploding' to Work With Anurag Kashyap

    Karan Johar was seen in a negative role in director Anurag Kashyap's 2015 film Bombay Velvet. Karan posted on Twitter: "@anuragkashyap72 in london!! About to start filming soon!! Write another role fast for me! The actor in me is exploding"

  • Bombay Velvet Could Have Been 'Wildest Film.' Vikas Bahl Blames Himself

    Bombay Velvet Could Have Been 'Wildest Film.' Vikas Bahl Blames Himself

    Featuring Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Karan Johar, Bombay Velvet opened to negative reviews and failed at the box office too. "I failed as a producer terribly because Anurag could have made Bombay Velvet one of his best films. I handicapped him and will never do it again," said Vikas Bahl

  • Anurag Kashyap Not Eager to Make Films Like Black Friday

    Anurag Kashyap Not Eager to Make Films Like Black Friday

    Black Friday released in India in 2007, three years after its international release, after the Supreme Court allowed the film to be shown in theatres only after the TADA court passed its judgment in the case. After the Black Friday incident, I'm not ready to go through it again," said Anurag Kashyap

  • India Inc Opens Boardrooms to Women but Few Mid-Career Dropouts Return

    India Inc Opens Boardrooms to Women but Few Mid-Career Dropouts Return

    Tanu Anand, an Indian international tax accountant with 13 years of experience with multinational firms in India, Singapore and Hong Kong, lost hope of resuming her high-flying career after having a baby last year.

  • Maggi Noodles Clears All Tests, To Be Back on Stands This Month

    Maggi Noodles Clears All Tests, To Be Back on Stands This Month

    Nestle India on Wednesday said Maggi noodles has cleared the tests ordered by the Bombay High Court at three accredited laboratories.

  • Rock On 2!! Row: Bombay High Court Orders For Joint Credit to Writers

    Rock On 2!! Row: Bombay High Court Orders For Joint Credit to Writers

    "I am grateful to the high court for recognising my contribution to the creation of this project. This is a victory for all creative people who have perhaps struggled for the right of recognition. I wish the film the very best," Mr Kapoor said in a statement

  • Maharashtra Government Moves Supreme Court, Says Maggi Ban Should Stay

    Maharashtra Government Moves Supreme Court, Says Maggi Ban Should Stay

    The Maharashtra government is going to file an appeal against the Bombay High Court's order to lift the ban on Maggi noodles, state food and civil supplies minister Girish Bapat announced recently.

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