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Confessions to be enough in 1993 case
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Confessions to be enough in 1993 case

Special public prosecutor Deepak Salvi, during the trial, had moved the Supreme Court to seek permission to allow the agency to use confessions, recorded in part A of the blasts case, be also used in part B, the current case. DNA, 2 months ago

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After rains, beware of back-breaking potholes

This ain't a pothole, it's a crater. Rediff.com's Sahil Salvi shares this photo of what's left of a road in Dadar after unprecedented rain lashed Mumbai on
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'There is only one law and that is the law of nature!'

'Nature doesn't bother even if the Supreme Court says it is legal!''If something is in the wrong place, it will be damaged or destroyed by nature.' IMAGE: A woman wades through a water-logged subway after rains in Chennai, November 3, 2017. Photograph: P Ravikumar/Reuters Another year. Another monsoon and floods again in Chennai. This grim situation is not confined to Chennai alone. All the big cities in India -- Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Hyderabad -- suffer when the monsoon arrives. Why do ...
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Consider prosecuting cops for allowing woman to be with Dossa

A special TADA court today directed the Mumbai police to consider prosecuting the police officials, who allowed a woman to be with 1993 blasts convict Mustafa Dossa when he was being taken to Gujarat last year.Dossa died of cardiac arrest at the J J Hospital ...
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Massive fire outside Bandra station in Mumbai during demolition drive

A massive fire, which broke out in the Behrampada-Garibnagar slum area near the eastern side of the suburban Bandra railway station in Mumbai, had been brought under control, a fire brigade official said. The fire-fighting team was making relentless efforts to douse the flames, he added. "The fire is almost under control and we have contained it from all sides," the official said, adding that if everything went according to the plan, cooling operations would ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Fire at Mumbai slum now under control, no causalities  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Fire breaks out at R K Studio in Mumbai  Rediff.com2 months ago '93 blasts: The road to justice  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Investor wealth surges by Rs 1.96 lakh cr as stocks zoom

From the 30-share pack, 18 stocks ended with gains led by SBI, which surged 27.58 per cent, and ICICI Bank 14.69 per cent. Stock market investors became richer by Rs 1.96 lakh crore on Wednesday following a smart show in the stock market, where the benchmark Sensex breached the 33,000-mark for the first time.   Strong gains in the broader market also helped the total market valuation of BSE-listed companies hit a record high of Rs 141 lakh crore. Riding high on strong sentiment in the ...
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Big setback for MNS as 6 BMC corporators join Shiv Sena

Six out of seven corporators of the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena today joined the Shiv Sena, giving the party, which rules the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, an edge over the BJP. With this, Shiv Sena's strength in the BMC, the country's richest municipal body, has increased to 90, eight more than that of BJP, a senior Sena leader said. Of late, relations between the Sena and BJP, which are in alliance at the Centre and in Maharashtra, have been strained. MNS corporators ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago We believed Modi, now feel betrayed: Raj Thackeray  Rediff.com1 month ago
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SC hits at recognition of 'living will' for passive euthanasia

The Supreme Court on Wednesday indicated it might recognise the execution of 'living will' in cases of passive euthanasia, as right to die peacefully is part of Fundamental Right to Life under Article 21 of the Constitution. The apex court, however, said there should be adequate safeguards and implementation of living will would be subject to medical board's certifying that the patient's comatose state is irreversible.   A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra ...
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Heavy rains likely in Mumbai for the next few hours

The Indian Meteorological Department has forecast showers coupled with thunder and lightning over the next few hours in Mumbai.According to IMD's forecast, Mumbai will experience 'loud peals of thunder with frequent lightning flashes, moderate to heavy spell of rain and maximum wind speed 29 to 74 Kmph', a Times of India report said. The forecast is valid up to 5.53 pm today.Photograph: Sahil ...
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Ex-Congress leader Narayan Rane floats new party

  Days after quitting the Congress, former Maharashtra Chief Minister Narayan Rane on Sunday launched a new party called 'Maharashtra Swabhiman Paksh', and indicated his organisation may align with the Bharatiya Janata Party. "I have just launched the party. I am waiting for some people to join, then I will decide the future course (of action)," the 65-year-old tough-talking leader, who has pockets of influence in the Konkan region, told a press conference in Mumbai.   Rane, who ...
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