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Sadaf Modak

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Keeping alive an age-old tradition of theatre experience in Mumbai
Fri, Mar 03, 2017

With most theatres in Mumbai are choosing to do away with the letter boards, only a handful continue to maintain them, including Regal, Sterling and Liberty in South Mumbai and Chitra in Dadar.

19 social workers to be posted with prison dept in Maharashtra
Mon, Feb 27, 2017

Currently, once a person is imprisoned, his/her ties with the family or other social support outside is difficult to maintain.

2013 Mulund gangrape: Nine convicted; two get life term, 20-year jail for seven
Thu, Feb 23, 2017

The accused had subjected the victim to violence including one of them inserting sticks in her private parts.

BMC elections 2017: Not many swayed by AIMIM; SP, Sena remain preferred choices
Wed, Feb 22, 2017

Junaid Waizo (40), a social worker and resident of ward 138, stated that while most of the seats would see a close fight, the AIMIM and the BJP did not stand much of a chance.

Mumbai: Court transfers case to ensure separate trial of minor from adult accused
Tue, Feb 21, 2017

Two brothers, a 21-year-old adult and a 17-year-old juvenile, have been booked for the murder of Mumbai police traffic constable Vilas Shinde in September 2016.

Malegaon blasts accused gets bail to contest UP polls; Mumbai police want to give custody to UP cops
Mon, Feb 20, 2017

Police write to court saying local cops will be better informed about the law and order situation and so they should take custody of Major for bail duration

Electricity theft case: Anticipatory bail for actor Rati Agnihotri, husband
Sat, Feb 18, 2017

The team claimed that this had led to losses of Rs 48.96 lakh to the BEST during the period of April 2013-January 2017

Rajan aide’s murder: His wife, a witness, deposes in court
Sat, Feb 18, 2017

The 37-year-old became emotional during her deposition, but stuck to the statement she had made to the police as an eye-witness

‘Writing on rice grains is an art, I want to be known for my paintings on them’
Fri, Feb 17, 2017

The self-trained artist dropped out of school after Class VII owing to his family’s poor financial condition and began helping his father.

Seven years after lawyer Shahid Azmi was shot dead, trial yet to begin
Tue, Feb 14, 2017

Last month, the main accused in the case, Devendra Jagtap, the alleged gunman who shot dead Azmi was denied bail by a sessions court.

Chhagan Bhujbal money-laundering case: Two accused want to turn approvers
Sat, Feb 11, 2017

In December last year, before the Bombay High Court, Bhujbal’s lawyers had argued that the ED was making no effort to nab the two despite their role as conspirators.

I wish people could be counselled before they took home a pet, says owner of Petgascar Spa
Fri, Feb 10, 2017

“I always wanted a pet dog but could not get one since my parents are petrified of them. My love for animals and for a creative job led me to train as a groomer for pets,” says Leisha Motwani

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