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Plan to amend Rent Act may hit 5L Mumbai families

MUMBAI: A state housing department plan to amend the Rent Control Act, which will increase rents drastically for around five lakh families living in tenanted properties in Mumbai, has created panic among residents. TOI has learned that the proposal ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago

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Ex clerk dupes widow in CM's name

MUMBAI: A dismissed clerk of Mantralaya who under pretext of availing a financial help from the chief Minister's relief fund duped a 60 year old of Rs 40,000 was arrested by the property cell of the city crime branch. Dilip Shirke (43) who has ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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On a high note

By The Centerstage Team | Posted 2 hours Anirudh Dhoot, director, Videocon, hosted a felicitation dinner to congratulate Sudhir Mehta, CMD, Pinnacle Industries, who was appointed as the new deputy chairman of CII, Western Region. Evelyn ...
 Mid Day1 month ago

Felicitation Dinner organised to welcome the new Deputy Chairman of CII

Present on the occasion were, Dr Ajeenkya D Y Patil, Chairman, Ajeenkya D Y Patil Group, Dilip Piramal, chairman of VIP Industries, Mangal Prabhat Lodha, vice-president of the BJP, Maharashtra, and founder of the Lodha Group. Other guests who ...
 Web Newswire1 month ago

Panel to sort out Siddhivinayak hawkers issue

The Maharashtra government will appoint a committee under the leadership of a minister of state to sort out the issue of hawkers around Siddhivinayak Temple at Prabhadevi. The Maharashtra government will appoint a committee under the leadership ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Will consider Siddhivinayak hawkers demands: CM

MUMBAI: Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis said the government will sympathetically consider demands of the hawkers outside Siddhivinayak temple but within the framework of law. Shiv Sena legislator Sada Sarvankar, through a calling attention motion, ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Gutka sale will soon be a non-bailable offence in Maharashtra

The Maharashtra government on Monday said that those involved in the sale of gutka would be booked under non-bailable sections regarding the offence. The manufacture and sale of gutka is banned in Maharashtra, but it is not implemented effectively as there are no such restrictions in neighbouring states due to which the tobacco-laced chewing products are smuggled in. State Food and Drug Minister Girish Bapat told the legislative assembly on Monday that the government is taking steps to enforce ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Gutka sale to be non-bailable offence in Maharashtra  Indian Express2 months ago Gutkha Sale Would Now Be Non-Bailable Offence  The Freepress Journal2 months ago

Maharashtra Makes Selling Gutkha A Non-Bailable Offence Rigorous Imprisonment For Offenders

MUMBAI: Possessing or selling 'gutkha' (including scented beetle nuts, tobacco or lime paste) may soon be a non-bailable offense with a provision to send offender into 3-5 years of rigorous imprisonment besides closing HIS pan kiosk for a longer ...
 Indiatimes2 months ago 10-year rigorous imprisonment for gutka possession or sale in Maharashtra  Times of India2 months ago Maharashtra Makes Selling 'Gutkha' A Non-Bailable Offence, Rigorous Imprisonment For Offenders  Indiatimes2 months ago
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