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In another setback for filmmaker Subhash Ghai, an estimates' committee of the state legislature has asked the state government to take back 5.5acres in possession of Whistling Woods, Ghai's film institute in Film City at Goregaon, within seven months.
Shukla claimed he has decided to give back the land despite incurring major financial loss to the tune of Rs 5 to 6 crore. He asserted that the plot which was given to him under the state's policy was never in his possession. In a letter to Chief
Only Prithviraj Chavan and I are able to challenge Sharad Pawar: Gopinath Munde Share More Gopinath Munde was recently in the limelight because of his decision to contest the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) elections against Sharad Pawar. Deputy
The election for the president of the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), scheduled for October 18, is becoming quite intriguing, and it's no longer a straight contest between BJP leader Gopinath Munde and NCP chief and Union minister Sharad Pawar . It
A letter sent by Mazgaon Cricket Club, a local club with voting rights, may have shaken the corridors of power at the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) at D' Road, Churchgate here on Monday. The letter addressed to the Joint Secretary of the MCA said
A meeting of the Union Cabinet scheduled for this morning was postponed as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was indisposed. The meeting, slated for 10.30 AM, was to consider a number of proposals, including amendments to the Whistleblowers' Protection
The Union Cabinet is likely to consider amendments to the Whistle-blowers' Protection Bill to keep matters impacting national security and foreign relations out of its ambit. The bill seeks to set up a regular mechanism to encourage persons to
The civic body has finally transformed the government's decision to improve the living conditions of the conservancy staff into a reality. On April 10, a total of 188 free tenements will be allotted to workers, who have either completed 25 years'
M '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' Agencies : New Delhi, Fri Oct 23 2009, 15:26 hrs Amid reports of over half a dozen leaders in the race for the post of Maharashtra Chief Minister, Union Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh met Congress
Ram Gopal Varma'supcoming film 26/11 has been passed without any cuts by the Censor Board with a A' certificate, says a source. It must be a huge relief for RGV as the film is based on the Mumbai terror attacks. Earlier when the director had