MUMBAI: The Bombay high court has made it clear that it has a number of questions that the state has to answer on its decision to hand over 33 hectares in Aarey Colony for a metro car shed.

Deaths of farmers and farm labourers caused by pesticide poisoning in Maharashtra might have grabbed public attention outside the state only last year after the Yavatmal incidents but the danger ha

MUMBAI: Fishermen groups in Mumbai have opposed the site shortlisted for the proposed Shivaji memorial once again.

MUMBAI: About 3,600 patients with TB died in Mumbai in the last three years, said state health minister Deepak Sawant in the legislative assembly on Wednesday.

MUMBAI: Nearly 35 lakh cotton farmers who have suffered massive losses due to pest attacks will have to wait longer for relief, that too not the full amount.

MUMBAI: Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) will issue a notice to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) over its inaction against gold polishing and smelting units at Bhuleshwar and Zave

MUMBAI: In a bid to reduce noise pollution on roads, the RTO has decided to crack down on honkers by suspending their driving licence for 15 days, along with imposing a hefty fine, and even suspend

A walk through the corridors of Tata Memorial Hospital in Parel would help understand India's diversity.

MUMBAI: Even before the first month of 2018 has ended, 806 trees in the city are on the block - to be cut or transplanted.

MUMBAI: If frequent allegations of overcharging and negligence against doctors haven't been an indicator of strained doctor-patient ties, a new online survey has found that nine out of 10 patients