Abhijit Mulye

Mumbai Diary

One of the biggest dreams that Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has given to the people of Mumbai is single ticket for all modes of city transport. He had promised Mumbaikars that the system would be

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Mumbai charity ‘Myna Mahila Foundation’ receives the royal touch in transforming women’s lives

For Archana Ambre (25), who comes from a humble background and resides at slums in Mankhurd area of Mumbai, going to some ‘foreign’ country was a dream.

19 May 2018

Congress wants to stake claim in Goa but haven’t got an appointment as yet

According to political observers, though there is no dearth of want to be Chief Ministers in the current ruling dispensation which may help the Congress in toppling the BJP government in the state.

17 May 2018

Mumbai's monsoon preparedness remains ignored in political war

Even as the onset of monsoon is not far too away, the monsoon preparedness work is hardly complete and the city of Mumbai is most likely to face another deluge like last year.

16 May 2018

Lok Sabha bypolls in Maharashtra to present a glimpse of straight fight between BJP and Shiv Sena

Though the Shiv Sena is sharing power with the BJP at the centre as well as Maharashtra, the party has been trying to find a chance to denounce its partner ever since they joined the government.

15 May 2018

Mumbai diary

To preserve the city’s industrial history, a part of the premises of the erstwhile United Mills at Kala Chowki will now be developed into a museum.

15 May 2018

Terrorist arrested in Mumbai was planning attacks in Gujarat UP, says Maharashtra ATS

Pakistan trained terrorist arrested in Mumbai last week was planning major attacks in Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat, officials from the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) said.

14 May 2018

Navi Mumbai airport: Project to miss 2019 deadline for administrative delays

The Navi Mumbai International Airport, touted as India’s first greenfield international airport, is unlikely to meet its December 2019 deadline owing to administrative delays. 

13 May 2018

Out on bail, would Senior NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal return to active politics?

Chhagan Bhujbal is undoubtedly the strongest of the Other Backward Caste leaders and a force to reckon with in Maharashtra politics

12 May 2018

Making Bollywood dreams come true

A theme park developed by art director Nitin Desai helps fans look and feel like filmstars

06 May 2018

Naxals kill one in revenge for 2015 encounter, vouch for more for the newer one

Naxals, in a note left near the dead body, blamed him for horekasa encounter in 2015 in which dalam commander Rajita was killed, the police have said.

05 May 2018

Kamala mills fire: Restobar owner's bil plea rejected

A total of 14 people including the owners of the Kamala Mills compound, Mojo Bistro and 1 Above and two BMC officials have been arrested in the case.

27 Apr 2018

Mumbai Dairy

Recent court decisions have finally done away with some of the hurdles delaying the Roll On, Roll Off (RoRo) services along the Mumbai coast.

25 Apr 2018

Mumbai Diary

The Kanheri caves in North Mumbai are known to have been developed some 2,000 years ago for Buddhist monks. Archeology enthusiasts have found several more caves in different areas in the past few years. Nala Sopara on Mumbai’s western suburban line too was a major Buddhist centre during the

15 Apr 2018

Villagers from Maharashtra’s Palghar use RTI to get information on rural works

The Right to Information Act is becoming an asset for villagers — those from tribal hamlets in Jawhar block of Maharashtra’s Palghar district — to seek accountability of work done by village panchayat

08 Apr 2018