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  • newBombay HC sets aside 1993 detention order executed in 2023
    The Bombay high court on Wednesday set aside a detention order passed in 1993 but confirmed and executed thirty years later with no explanation forthcoming on why no action was taken to trace the person and serve him the order for three decades. The order was against a 62-year-old man from Kerala, Abdul Rasheed.
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  • newWeekend rush causes traffic snarls on Pune-Mumbai expressway
    Vehicular movement along the Pune-Mumbai expressway, particularly in the Bor ghat stretch, was affected on Sunday owing to long weekend on account of Gandhi Jayanti. The Pune-Mumbai highway also witnessed long queues of vehicles through Lonavla and Khandala.
    - 2 hours ago 1 Oct 23, 10:23pm -
  • newPMC ‘breaks promise’, fells trees along Ganeshkhind Road
    Citizens in Pune have accused the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) of cutting trees along the Ganeshkhind stretch, despite promising to stop as part of a road widening project. A video shared by citizens showed PMC contractors removing branches and chopping down trees. The PMC had pledged to conduct a site survey of all 192 trees and not cut any until the survey was completed, but citizens claim that trees were felled on September 29. The PMC denies this and states that they are focusing on tran…
    - 16 hours ago 1 Oct 23, 8:50am -
  • newSinhagad Road murder: Victim faced several criminal cases

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  • newTicket agent cheats man of Rs 3.8 lakh, booked

    - 19 hours ago 1 Oct 23, 5:32am -
  • newMet dept's temp outlook indicates warm October for Maharashtra
    Maharashtra is expected to experience above-normal temperatures in October, according to a temperature outlook released by the IMD. While most parts of the country can expect normal to above-normal maximum temperatures, some areas in northeast India may have normal minimum temperatures. Eastern coastal parts, northeastern states, east-central regions, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and northwest India have higher probabilities of above-normal temperatures. Although Maharashtra's temperatures are predicted…
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  • newShivajinagar got significant rainfall in September, says weather expert

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  • newAir Asia's Pune-Kolkata flight delayed by five hours

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  • newPune: Waiter arrested for taking rape survivor's belongings

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  • newMaharashtra: Now, property registration dept masks fingerprints on sale deeds & rental agreements
    The state property registration department in India has started masking fingerprints and Aadhaar numbers on scanned copies of sale deeds and rental agreements to prevent Aadhaar-linked fraud. This move comes after receiving advice from the Unique Identification Authority of India. Previously, fraudsters were collecting fingerprints and Aadhaar numbers by downloading documents from government websites. In the last three months, over 8 lakh documents have had their fingerprints and Aadhaar numbers…
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  • newCops in Pune rescue woman, minors from slavery & sexual abuse

    - 19 hours ago 1 Oct 23, 5:21am -
  • Maharashtra govt committed to ensure development of Marathwada: CM
    Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has announced a budget allocation of Rs 60,000 crore for development initiatives in Marathwada. He expressed the government's commitment to eliminate underdevelopment in the region and highlighted approved projects worth Rs 45,000 crore. Shinde also defended the "government at your doorstep" initiative, stating that 1.7 crore people have already benefited from it. He unveiled a preventive health check-up scheme for the elderly named after Balasaheb Thackeray and crit…
    - 1 day ago 30 Sep 23, 11:20pm -
  • Bombay high court stays MPCB order in a relief to Rohit Pawar’s firm
    The Bombay High Court has issued an interim order preventing the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) from shutting down two plants owned by Baramati Agro Limited. The MPCB had issued a notice to the company for alleged violation of pollution norms. The court extended the time mandate in the notice until October 6, 2023. The company, headed by NCP Karjat-Jamkhed MLA Rohit Pawar, filed a petition for urgent relief, arguing that they couldn't file a petition on September 28 as it was a publi…
    - 2 days ago 30 Sep 23, 5:37am -
  • Tea vendor offers help to hospitality firm manager, rapes her in lodge

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  • Miraculous rescues, but 30 years on, fear still hounds Latur earthquake survivors
    Thirty years ago, an earthquake struck the villages of Latur and Osmanabad districts in Maharashtra, India, changing the lives of thousands. Many people were trapped under their homes, and the region received continuous rainfall, impacting rescue operations. The government provided shelters, initially using bamboo structures and later building concrete reinforced homes. However, some survivors still live in tin sheds, finding it difficult to move on from the trauma. The earthquake resulted in th…
    - 2 days ago 30 Sep 23, 5:32am -
  • Visarjan procession lasts over 30 hours amid splash of art, culture & sharp rain
    The Ganapati visarjan procession in Pune lasted for 30 hours and 25 minutes, with a massive crowd showing enthusiasm despite intermittent rain. The procession started earlier this year and adhered to the scheduled timing. Many mandals did not stick to the time limit for halting at certain junctions due to devotees blocking the carriageway. The procession remained peaceful with thousands of public and residential mandals participating. Despite heavy rainfall causing waterlogging, the procession c…
    - 2 days ago 30 Sep 23, 5:28am -
  • 12 die during immersion revelry in Pune, Nashik & Jalgaon dists
    Ten people have drowned during Ganapati immersions in Pune, Nashik, and Jalgaon, with two others feared dead. A child in Nashik died after being hit by a tractor, and a man in Pune died from chest pain during processions. Additionally, a five-year-old boy drowned after falling into an underground water tank in Moshi. Police have registered a case of accidental death. In another incident, a 26-year-old man fell into the Pavana river during Ganesh immersion and has not been found. Search efforts w…
    - 2 days ago 30 Sep 23, 5:28am -
  • 146 tigers dead in 9 months, highest in last 11 years: NTCA
    India registered 146 tiger deaths from January to September 28 this year, marking the highest figure since 2012, National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) data shows. The data is a worrying trend in India’s efforts to protect its tiger population as another source,, stated there has also been a surge in the seizure of tiger body parts with 14 cases recorded so far this year, the highest since 2017.
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  • 'Lack of funds' shuts MS Swaminathan Research Foundation in Maharashtra's Wardha
    ​​"He came to my village Waifad and had started a centre for MS Swaminathan Research Foundation along with a soil testing lab there. The centre shut down in 2015 when the new government stopped grants to it," says Vijay Jawandhia, a veteran farm activist from Wardha and former Shetkari Sangathana leader.
    - 3 days ago 28 Sep 23, 4:12pm -
  • Catchments of 26 major dams in Bhima basin record good spells

    - 4 days ago 28 Sep 23, 9:08am -

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