Articles about Maharashtra Government
24 Sep 2021
Maharashtra reduces duty hours for women cops to 8 hours
The Maharashtra government has decided to reduce working hours for women police officers from 12 hours to eight hours, Maharashtra Director General of Police (DGP) Sanjay Pandey said on Friday.
22 Sep 2021
Ex-Mumbai top cop Param Bir Singh summoned in corruption case
The Maharashtra government-appointed Chandiwal Judicial Commission on Wednesday issued fresh summons to former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh in a corruption case.
10 Sep 2021
Maharashtra: Ganesh festival begins under COVID-19 cloud, 'darshan' goes online
Devotees welcomed Lord Ganesh in their homes and public pandals on Friday as the 10-day festival dedicated to the elephant-headed God began in Mumbai and other parts of Maharashtra with a focus on online darshan amid the looming threat of a third wave.
07 Sep 2021
Multiplex Association of India urges Maharashtra government to reopen theaters
The Multiplex Association of India (MAI), along with leading cinema chains PVR and INOX, on Tuesday urged the Maharashtra government to reopen theaters in the state on an "urgent basis," claiming that the exhibition industry has suffered losses worth Rs. 4,800 crore.
14 Aug 2021
Mumbai local trains: Documents to be carried from tomorrow
Mumbai local trains are set to start running for fully vaccinated people from tomorrow, August 15.
06 Aug 2021
Maharashtra: Twenty-six container homes to provide accommodation to landslide victims
The district administration of Raigad district in Maharashtra has received 26 container houses to provide temporary accommodation to the residents of Taliye village, which were affected by a devastating landslide last month, an official said on Friday.
08 Jul 2021
Children under one to receive free pneumococcal vaccine soon: BMC
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday said it is soon going to administer the Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV) to children below one year of age to protect them from pneumococcal infections.
30 Jun 2021
Over 700 cops likely to be transferred out of Mumbai
At least 727 policemen of various ranks from sub-inspector to the senior inspector, who have completed eight years of service in Mumbai, are likely to be shifted to other districts, an official said on Wednesday.
24 Jun 2021
Over 13,000 prison inmates vaccinated against COVID-19 in Maharashtra
More than 13,000 prison inmates in Maharashtra have been so far vaccinated against coronavirus and the number of active COVID-19 cases among them has reduced significantly, the State Government told the Bombay High Court on Thursday.
21 Jun 2021
Mumbai qualifies for 'level 1' of unlocking, but curbs remain
Mumbai will continue to remain in "level 3" of the coronavirus-induced restrictions till June 27 even though the city's COVID-19 positivity rate and oxygen bed occupancy have reduced and it is eligible to be upgraded to "level 1," the local civic body said.
07 Jun 2021
Restaurants, gyms reopen after two months as Mumbai unlocks
Restaurants, gyms, salons, public grounds, and other commercial establishments in Mumbai reopened after nearly two months on Monday, which falls in level three of the Maharashtra government's five-level unlock plan.
28 Jan 2021
Mumbai belongs to Maharashtra, will always remain its part: Ajit
A day after Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Laxman Savadi demanded that Mumbai be made part of his state, his Maharashtra counterpart Ajit Pawar on Thursday said, "Everyone knows that the metropolis belongs to Maharashtra and it would always remain its part."
27 Jan 2021
Will consider reopening schools for classes 1-4: Maharashtra Government
The Maharashtra Government will consider reopening schools for students of classes 1st to 4th if schools can smoothly run classes 5th to 8th that are set to restart from January 27, state School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said on Tuesday.
14 Nov 2020
Maharashtra: All religious places allowed to reopen from November 16
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra Government on Saturday announced that all places of religious worship in the state would be allowed to reopen for devotees from November 16.
21 May 2020
Government ready for limited resumption of film shoots: Maharashtra CM
In a huge relief to film producers and entertainment artists, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday asked delegates of the theater and film industry to come up with an action plan on the limited resumption of shoots and post-production activities.
28 Mar 2020
Coronavirus cases reach 918 in India; all that happened today
Even as India entered the fourth day of its 21-day lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak, the issue of migrant workers remained unresolved.
23 Nov 2019
NCP doesn't support Ajit Pawar backing BJP: Sharad Pawar
In a dramatic turn of events, BJP's Devendra Fadnavis and NCP's Ajit Pawar were sworn in as Maharashtra Chief Minister and Deputy CM respectively on Saturday.
12 Nov 2019
#MaharashtraCrisis: Sena fails to get numbers, governor moves towards NCP
Just when political pundits thought the crisis in Maharashtra will end on Monday, they were given another surprise.
11 Nov 2019
#MaharashtraCrisis: Sena gets Governor's invitation, its minister resigns from Centre
The political impasse in Maharashtra took another turn on Sunday when Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) told Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari that it will not stake claim to form a government.
07 Nov 2019
#MaharashtraCrisis: Gadkari confident of Sena's support, Raut denies "resort politics"
In an "ideal" world, BJP and Shiv Sena were supposed to form a government after October 24, address and solve people's issues. But what are they doing? Fighting with each other over power share.
07 Nov 2019
Maharashtra: BJP to meet governor today, but Sena isn't blinking
Locked in a tussle with ally Shiv Sena in Maharashtra, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday took a concrete step to steer the state out of the political crisis, by announcing that its leaders will meet Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Thursday.
10 Aug 2019
'Hero' IAS officers who went beyond duty during natural calamities
The Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is the most sought-after Civil Service of the country but being an IAS officer is tough and needs great commitment.
03 Jul 2019
Maharashtra rains: Dam breached in Ratnagiri, 6 dead, several missing
As Maharashtra is coping with heavy rainfall, a small dam called Tiware, located in Tehsil Chiplun of Ratnagiri district got breached on Tuesday night.
16 Feb 2019
Maharashtra government plans to make self-defense part of school curriculum
The Maharashtra government is considering making training in self-defense a part of the school curriculum in the state.
28 Dec 2018
Alien alert: Pune man writes to Modi about 'alien object'
Recently, when a man from Pune was certain that he saw an alien object outside his house, he decided to take action.
13 Dec 2018
CM Devendra Fadnavis gets SC notice for hiding criminal cases
On Thursday, the Supreme Court issued a notice to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on a petition seeking an annulment of his election.
07 Dec 2018
Vanity van strike might affect shoot of 'Sacred Games 2'
Opposing Maharashtra Government's tax regulation, Bollywood Celebrity Vanity Van association will go on an indefinite strike from December 10, a move that is likely to affect shooting of Akshay Kumar's Kesari and Netflix's Sacred Games 2.
03 Dec 2018
Only dignified activities allowed on INS Viraat: Vice Admiral Luthra
Only "dignified activities" will be permitted on board the Indian Navy's decommissioned aircraft carrier INS Viraat, Western Naval Command chief Vice Admiral Girish Luthra said today.
28 Nov 2018
Irrigation scam: NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal backs Ajit Pawar
Senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Chhagan Bhujbal today came out in support of party colleague Ajit Pawar, who is facing allegations of involvement in a multi-crore irrigation scam, and hit out at the BJP-led Maharashtra government over it.
19 Nov 2018
Maharashtra Assembly starts winter session by paying tributes to Vajpayee
The Maharashtra Legislative Assembly today paid rich tributes to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who died on August 16 this year, with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis describing him as a multi-faceted personality who believed in uniting minds.
15 Oct 2018
Maharashtra minister says online liquor sales allowed, backtracks afterwards
On Sunday, a minister from Maharashtra said that the BJP-led government had allowed online liquor sales in the state, but backtracked later and said that only a proposal for online liquor sales had been received.
07 Oct 2018
Implement education-scheme in Maharashtra govt-run homes for special kids: HC
The Bombay High Court has directed the Maharashtra Government to ensure that the key education scheme 'Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan' is implemented in state-run homes for children with mental deficiency.
07 Oct 2018
Maharashtra: Women prisoners, open jail inmates can now make video-calls
Women prisoners and inmates of open jails across Maharashtra can now make video calls to their families and relatives.
06 Oct 2018
Maharashtra launches website, app 'Maha madat' to analyze drought situation
The Maharashtra Government has launched a website and a mobile application for collectively analyzing the rainfall, crop situation, and underground water level using modern technology.
05 Oct 2018
After petrol, Maharashtra to cut diesel prices by Rs. 1.50/liter
After reducing the petrol prices, the Maharashtra Government will cut the diesel prices by Rs. 1.50/liter, CM Devendra Fadnavis said today.
01 Oct 2018
Mumbai: Garbage dumping ground in Mulund permanently shut
The garbage dumping ground at Mumbai's Mulund was permanently closed from today after it got filled to its maximum capacity.
29 Sep 2018
Anganwadi worker sacked for having three kids, moves Bombay HC
An Anganwadi worker in Maharashtra has approached the Bombay HC challenging the state government's decision to dismiss her from the job for having more than two children and thus, not adhering to its "Small Family" Rules.
29 Aug 2018
Maharashtra: Revised farm loan waiver to cost Rs. 500cr more
The Maharashtra government's revised farm loan waiver norms, which will increase the number of beneficiaries, will cost the state an additional Rs. 500 crore, an official said today.
05 Aug 2018
Reservation won't guarantee employment; there are no jobs: Nitin Gadkari
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today said reservation will not guarantee employment as jobs are shrinking, responding to the ongoing Maratha agitation for quota in jobs and education in Maharashtra.
29 Jul 2018
Mumbai: Amit Shah, Mohan Bhagwat meet amid Maratha quota stir
BJP President Amit Shah held a meeting with RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in Mumbai in the backdrop of the ongoing agitation by the Maratha community seeking job reservation in Maharashtra.