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Out on picnic, 2 Kalyan teens drown in river

KALYAN: Two minors drowned in Khadhavali river near Titwala on Friday afternoon. Fire brigade as well as local swimmers are searching for the bodies. They were identified as "Awab Khot, 14, and Salim Khan, 15. Police said Khan is resident of ... Times of India, 1 month ago

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CR unsafe for passengers, says safety commissioner

Report following derailment of local at Titwala in 2014, that killed one and injured 15, blames poor track maintenance, breakage of couplers; makes seven key technical recommendations, including putting system in place for improvement of suburban ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

Toddler mauled by stray dogs in Mumbai

Four stray dog in group attack on face and injured a two and half year -old girl in Khadavali village area near Titwala on Thursday morning.
 Times of India2 months ago


The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Thane, July 4 -- A 21-year-old man was arrested for allegedly raping a minor. According to the police, the accused had eloped and married the minor in Nashik. ...
 HT Syndication10 hours ago Teen mobile phone thief caught after a hot chase  HT Syndication2 days ago

Strike today? Here are some commuting options

The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) has chalked out a plan to ply extra bus services from their depots at Mumbai Central, Parel, Dadar, Nehru Nagar-Kurla, Thane and Kalyan. All BEST depot managers have been told to press ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago

Taxi strike brings Monday blues for Mumbaikars; 1 more planned tomorrow

In the city's suburbs, the taxi strike was not felt as much as in the island city, with people coming out of Churchgate and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus left high and dry. Taxi strike called by Swabhiman Union on Monday partially ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago

34-yr-old lady dies at platform at Diva station

MUMBAI: A 34 year old lady was killed after falling off a running outstation train in the platform gap at Diva on Sunday. Railway officials said the deceased, Sakshi Kadam, who stays in Titwala, was traveling from Ratnagiri to Thane by the ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

DC-AC conversion, speed curbs & Monday rush may delay CR trains

MUMBAI: On a day when schools re-open, college admissions start and office-goers return from holidays, CR's block between Sunday midnight and 6am on Monday to carry out the traction conversion from 1,500V direct current (DC) to 25,000V alternating ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Catch a train early tonight from CST

MUMBAI : The Central Railway has planned to carry out a special block between Mumbai CST and Thane from 12 midnight to 6am to carry out the conversion from 1500-volt direct current (DC) to 25,000-volt alternating current (AC) traction. So, you need ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Catch a train early tonight from Mumbai CST  Times of India3 weeks ago

Kalyan-Kasara 3rd line design approval in final stages

CR had last year allocated Rs35 crore to build 7 major bridges on the route as part of the 3rd line project. The construction of these bridges and the remodelling of a road-overbridge between Thakurli and Kalyan to squeeze in the 3rd line is the ...
 DNA India4 weeks ago
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