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Economy

मुंबई के मॉल्स, थियेटर्स, रेस्तराँ 27 जनवरी से चौबीसों घंटे खुले रहेंगे

आदित्य ठाकरे ने कहा कि मुंबई भी लन्दन की तरह रात्रिकालीन अर्थव्यवस्था विकसित कर सकती है क्योंकि हमेशा से ही यह शहर कभी सोता नहीं है

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India

Tejas Express begins Ahmedabad-Mumbai journey

The first Tejas Express started running between Mumbai and Goa in May 2018; the second one has been plying between New Delhi and Lucknow

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Crime

Raut: ‘Indira Gandhi used to meet Karim Lala’

Claiming it was commonplace in 1960s-80s to see politicians meet gangsters of Mumbai, Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut said even he met Dawood Ibrahim

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Entertainment

Tanhaji… tax-free in Haryana; Fadnavis, Thorat move Maha’

A government led by Shiv Sena, named after Shivaji, had to be reminded it should support a film about a brave lieutenant of the chhatrapati

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India

Nadda to turn full-time BJP president on 20 January

The setbacks BJP suffered in state elections is partly attributed to the absence of a full-time organisational head; Nadda will fill the void

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India

Mehak, who wants ‘Free Kashmir’, has Kashmiri connection

Mehak Mirza Prabhu, though with a domicile status of Mumbai, has a creative partner named Mohammed Munim who is a Kashmiri singer-songwriter

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India

Sattar resigns from Thackeray govt, unhappy with MoS status

Abdul Sattar has had a history of sulking; he quit two posts and then resigned from the INC, citing differences with the party leadership

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India

Sena garners courage to slam ally INC for defaming Savarkar

Much as Sanjay Raut of the Shiv Sena said critics of Veer Savarkar had ‘dirt’ in their minds, Congress Seva Dal’s Lalji Desai is unrepentant

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India

Maharashtra power shared by 36 more MLAs from coalition

With today’s Maharashtra Cabinet expansion, the INC has got its quota filled, the SS could have had one more but the NCP has crossed its due

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India

Atal BhuJal Yojana launched: How, where it will apply

The Atal BhuJal Yojana will cost Rs 6,000 crore in five years, with the government and World Bank each bearing 50% of the expenditure