Today in the city Thane 20.02.2018
India target series-clincher, South Africa look to survive

The Men in Blue won the first T20I at Johannesburg by 28 runs and a victory on Wednesday will see them wrap up another series win on this tour.

Nirav Modi's Taiwan, Surat, Hong Kong and Dubai connections

Documents accessed by Business Standard show owners of suspected Hong Kong-based shell companies are spread across the globe.

With momentum on their side, India want to make every match count

Captain Virat Kohli allayed his own injury fears and then termed India's 28-run win over South Africa in the first T20 International "one of our most balanced performances" in recent times.

Jauhar is part of our history. Why are we ignoring it?

Jauhar is a recurrent theme in the history of that period. And Khilji was hardly the only Muslim invader whose onset forced women to self-immolate. Nearly the entire Mughal clan, including the benevol...

'Facebook friend' strangulates woman with shoe lace for refusing to have sex

Anyone who uses social media would, at some point in time, have come across the advise to be wary of befriending strangers. Many pay heed to it, but some do not. People being conned, duped and blackma...

PNB scam: Rahul trends hashtag ModiRobsIndia

The Congress continued to up the ante against Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the PNB scam. Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter with the hashtag ModiRobsIndia and even wrote out a poem. He wrote, first it wa...

PM Modi throws open Bengaluru-Mysuru electric railway line

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated the electrification of Bengaluru-Mysuru railway line, which is set to reduce the travel time between the two cities. With the launch the rail travel...

It's difficult to make desired returns in the listed equity, says Equanimity Investments' Rajesh Sehgal

"I am of the view that going ahead, it will be difficult to deliver alpha (out-performance) in listed equities. However a 10 to 12 per cent is doable for the overall market as a whole," says Rajes...

Passengers might have to pay Rs 250 for Thane-BKC bullet train ride; journey to take 10 minutes

The bullet train project between Mumbai and Ahmedabad will be spread out across 508 km and will have 12 stations.

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