The Maharashtra state cabinet revered its earlier decision and lifted the ban imposed of milk producers cooperative unions to purchase milk from non-union members. Barely about two months ago the

Shiv Sena have once again flexed their muscle on the street of Mumbai, albeit with a difference. Venting their anger against the BMC's failure to collect garbage from various garbage collection

Maharashtra government has an innovative proposal to provide medical and health care facilities at various tourist spots in a bid to boost tourism in the State.

Former workers of Hindustan Lever Ltd's (HLL) Kodaikanal Thermometer plant and United Citizen's Council, Kodaikanal (Tamil Nadu) have decided to move the High Court against the company for allegedly

A survey conducted by Commissioner of Tribal Research and Training Institute (TRTI) Arun Bhatia on resettlement of families displaced by irrigation projects has brought to the fore abject neglect of

The raid on the offices of the controverial news portal Tehalka in connection with a case of poaching ought not to have made headlines in the routine case. After all, the CBI had done its home work

The Maharashtra Human Development Report 2002 prepared by the State Planning Board highlights that though the State has experienced positive growth on the economic front, the same has not been

Scores of fishermen, owing allegiance to Maharashtra Dolkar Nakhawa Sangh, would stage an agitation at Sassoon Dock to protest a ban on mechanised fishing at Jamshetji Bunder Creek. The demonstrators

Monsoon related diseases have claimed 53 lives in Maharashtra this year with hepatitis A and E accounting for the maximum number 42. Sources in the Directorate of Health Services have informed that

The BMC has decided to plant one and a half lakh saplings in Mumbai. The BMC budgetary provision for tree planting for 2002 is Rs 3.37 crore. It remains to be seen if BMC is really serious about the