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Mumbai#39;s Azad Maidan ground turns into sea of red as farmers converge for protest
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Mumbai#39;s Azad Maidan ground turns into sea of red as farmer...

The farmers plan to surround the Assembly complex to press for their demands of an unconditional loan waiver, and transfer of forest land to tribal farmers who have been tilling it for years. Money Control, 1 month ago
Maharashtra farmers stage protest at Azad Maidan Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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March of distress: Implement report of Swaminathan Committee, say farmers

Thousands of farmers have descended on Mumbai to press for their demand to grant land rights and implementation of the Swaminathan Committee report. Implementing the Swaminathan Report has been one of the consistent demands of most farm activists and ...
 Business Standard1 month ago 35,000 Maharashtra farmers reach Mumbai, police announces traffic diversion for commuters  DNA1 month ago 'BJP-led govt has betrayed us': 50,000 farmers march towards Mumbai to press their demands  DNA1 month ago Farmers continue 'long march' to seek complete loan waiver  Business Standard1 month ago
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Mumbai Indians 'under no pressure of defending IPL title'

Rohit keeps own batting order under wraps   IMAGE: Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma and team coach Mahela Jaywardhane during a pre-season press conference in Mumbai on Thursday. Photograph: Shirish Shete/PTI With Mumbai Indians boasting of a new set of young explosive openers, skipper Rohit Sharma said he wants to keep his batting position as a surprise ahead of their lung opener against former champions Chennai Super Kings in Mumbai on April 7. "I would like to keep that as a surprise.
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Long march of farmers reach Mumbai, to lay siege to Assembly

Mumbai: Over 35,000 farmers from across Maharashtra, who embarked on a `Long March from Nashik on March 6 to press their various demands, arrived here on Sunday. Apart from opposition parties, Shiv Sena, a partner in the ruling BJP-led coalition, too has ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago How farmers woke up the Maharashtra government  Sify1 month ago Kisan long march: As 35,000 farmers enter Mumbai, CPM says 'you can cut all flowers but you can't stop spring'  DNA1 month ago Kisan Long March: 35,000 farmers reach Mumbai, to lay siege to Maharashtra legislature  catchnews.com1 month ago

School kids pressing emergency switch to halt rly escalators

School children in north Mumbai suburb Kandivli are adding to the woes of railway commuters by frequently pressing the emergency switch on the escalators installed at the station, a railway official said today."On an average, there are 25 to 30 such incidents ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Mumbai Press Club extends date for receiving entries for its

The Mumbai Press Club has extended the last date for submission of entries for its annual 'The RedInk Awards' upto March 15."The decision was taken following a spate of requests from both individual journalists as well as editors for more time to put together ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Photojournalists, Bombay House guards resolve dispute

The Mumbai Press Club and the Bombay News Photographers Association today signed an agreement with Tops Security to terminate a long-standing dispute concerning the attack on a group of photojournalists outside Bombay House, the Tatas' headquarters in Mumbai.The Tata Group Company, Associated Building Company Ltd (ABCL), which owns and maintains Bombay House, facilitated the agreement.The dispute between the two sides has been pending before the Press Council of India since November 2016.As per ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Notes worth Rs 23,465 Cr din’t reach RBI from press: Bombay HC to hear PIL

Mumbai:A public interest litigation -- probably holding the key to the historic demonetisation of November 8, 2016 -- filed by RTI activist Manoranjan Roy will finally come up for hearing at Bombay High Court here on February 12. The PIL was filed in 2015, on ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago Bombay HC to hear PIL on missing notes between printing press and RBI  Business Standard2 months ago Bombay HC to hear PIL relating to missing Indian currency between printing presses and RBI  First Post.com2 months ago

Where's the money, RBI? Data shows India's old habits die hard

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Having speeded up printing presses to refill banks' empty ATMs in some parts of the country, the Reserve Bank of India released data on Wednesday showing that people were still hoarding cash as withdrawals outpaced spending.
 Reuters1 day ago

Steve Smith and David Warner: A tale of two press conferences

Sections: Cricket Sports Authors: DNA Web Team Agencies: DNA webdesk Cities: Mumbai Tags: Steve Smith David Warner Cameron Bancroft Cricket Australia Ball-tampering row Date published: Saturday, 31 March 2018 - 3:00pm Date updated: Saturday, 31 March 2018 - ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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