Cylinder blast at old passport office in Worli leaves one hurt

India, Sept. 18 -- On Friday, a fire broke out in an air conditioner duct at old passport office in Worli Annie Besant Road which led to a cylinder blast, informed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporati... Read More

Mumbai University exam 2020: No schedule, unclear on question banks makes student anxious

India, Sept. 17 -- With less than two weeks to go for the Mumbai University online examination of 2020, however, students still are unclear on whether or not they would be receiving the question bank ... Read More

Work-from-Home and Work-for-Home, added stress for women in Lockdown

India, Sept. 17 -- Lockdown has affected the woman by all means; managing family without house help, taking care of job and above all managing financial and children's study stress is something the wo... Read More

Good News Mumbaikar - Women's special Bus on the way

India, Sept. 17 -- Maharashtra Chief Minister, Uddhav Thackeray has agreed to take call on women's special buses demanded by Women and Child Development Minister, Adv Yashomati Thakur. Two days back s... Read More

Bollywood extends support to Urmila Matondkar, after Kangana Ranaut's 'soft porn star' barb

India, Sept. 17 -- The queen of Bollywood Kangana Ranaut has been in headlines since the past two months over her several controversial statements. Starting from late actor Sushant Singh Rajput death ... Read More

World's oldest sperm found in crustaceans trapped in Myanmar amber

India, Sept. 17 -- An international team of scientists has discovered the world's oldest animal sperm inside a tiny crustacean trapped in amber around 100 million years ago in Myanmar. The team, led b... Read More

COVID-19 brings all lows to common man's life

India, Sept. 16 -- Unfortunate migrant laborers had nowhere to go, nothing to eat and none to look to for any help. The lockdown reminds one of this government's colossal failures such as demonetizati... Read More

No infiltration along Sino-Indian border in last 6 months: Govt tells Rajya Sabha

India, Sept. 16 -- The government on Wednesday said there has been no infiltration along the Sino-Indian border in the last six months, while 47 infiltration bids have been reported along the Indo-Pak... Read More

Delhi govt directs schools to observe 'dry day' once a week to prevent mosquito breeding

India, Sept. 16 -- The Delhi government has directed all schools in the national capital to observe "dry day" once a week during which coolers, flower pots, bird pots, water containers, stagnant water... Read More

Pakistan 'epicenter of terrorism'; persecutes Hindus, Sikhs, Christians: India at Geneva

India, Sept. 16 -- Describing Pakistan as an "epicenter of terrorism", India has said that no one deserves an unsolicited lecture on human rights from Islamabad that has consistently persecuted its et... Read More