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  • Letter from Mumbai: Non-registration of high-end diesel cars

    Experts from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT), which exposed the ‘cheating’ scandal involving European automaker Volkswagen — it had allegedly implanted cheating devices in its cars to fudge emission levels, and is now facing massive law suits in many parts of the world — also slammed the automobile industry at the conclave...

    The ICCT produced reports by the Canadian government on the harmful effects of diesel...

  • Court refuses voice samples of suspects in Mumbai attacks case

    ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday dismissed the government’s petitions seeking clippings of the voices of the alleged masterminds of the Mumbai attacks and of six other suspects in the case due to non-prosecution...

    The prosecution was asking for the voice samples of the suspects to compare it with the communication intercepted by Indian intelligence and then present it before the anti-terrorism court (ATC) as...

  • Mumbai bomb plotter on death row loses final appeal

    NEW DELHI: India's top court on Tuesday rejected a final appeal by Yakub Memon, a key plotter of bomb attacks that killed hundreds in Mumbai in 1993, paving the way for his execution...

    The attacks were believed to have been staged by Mumbai's Muslim-dominated underworld in retaliation for anti-Muslim violence that had killed more than 1,000 people...

  • Court grants conditional pardon to Mumbai attack convict Headley

    NEW DELHI: An Indian court has approved giving conditional pardon to David Headley amid reports that he has offered to become approver in the Mumbai terror case in which India has named him along with Pakistani extremists, The Hindu said on Thursday...

    “Former FBI agent and Lashkar operative David Headley was offered a conditional pardon by a sessions court in Mumbai...

  • Indian court finds 12 guilty of 2006 Mumbai train bombings

    NEW DELHI: An Indian court on Friday convicted 12 of planning blasts that ripped through Mumbai commuter trains in 2006, killing more than 180 people and wounding hundreds...

    Shinde on Friday found them guilty of murder and criminal conspiracy charges and said he will announce their sentences on Monday after hearing arguments from the prosecutors and defence attorneys...

  • US, India urge Pakistan to bring Mumbai, Pathankot attackers to justice

    WASHINGTON: The United States and India have urged Pakistan to bring the perpetrators of the 2008 Mumbai and 2016 Pathankot terrorist attacks to justice, says a joint statement issued simultaneously in New Delhi and the US capital...

    “The sides (the US and India) called on Pakistan to bring the perpetrators of the 2008 Mumbai and 2016 Pathankot terrorist attacks to justice,” said the statement while underlining their pledge to...

  • Five killed as rain lashes Mumbai

    At least five people were killed as heavy monsoon rain deluged India's financial capital Mumbai, causing transport chaos and forcing schools and many offices to close on Wednesday...

    Authorities in Mumbai said at least five people had died since the intense rainfall began on Tuesday, making roads impassable and briefly shutting the suburban rail network on which millions of commuters depend...

  • 7 dead, dozens feared trapped in Mumbai building collapse

    At least seven people died and dozens were feared trapped when a building collapsed in India's financial capital of Mumbai Thursday, after days of heavy rain swamped the city...

    An official in the control room of India's National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) said seven bodies had been pulled from the rubble and that around 30 more were still thought to be trapped...

  • Mumbai building collapse kills 21 after heavy rains

    MUMBAI: An 117-year-old condemned building collapsed in the Indian financial hub of Mumbai on Thursday after two days of torrential rain, killing at least 21 people, with some feared trapped...

    Disaster struck early in the morning as Mumbai was emerging from two days of heavy rain that flooded the city and killed 14 people...

  • Mumbai floods prompt calls for crackdown on India’s urban sprawl

    MUMBAI: As Mumbai mops up after its worst floods in more than a decade, experts say India must police urban sprawl more tightly to protect its packed cities from ever more frequent, fatal floods...

    If not, people will continue to die in the sort of heavy monsoon rains that killed more than a dozen in Mumbai this week, destroying homes, felling buildings and spreading chaos...

  • Letter from Mumbai: India looks to cut dependence on edible oil imports

    The ICRA, a leading investment and credit rating agency — and now a Moody’s Investors Service company — estimates that India’s imports of edible oil could decline from 60pc of consumption at present to about 55pc by fiscal 2022...

    India is today one of the largest importers of palm oil and soybean oil, buying almost 70pc of its edible oils from abroadReflecting even more confidence about the prospects for the edible oil industry in...

  • Mumbai building collapse death toll jumps to 33, rescuers end search

    The death toll from a building collapse in India's commercial capital Mumbai jumped to 33 on Friday as activists decried the latest deadly housing tragedy to strike the crowded metropolis...

    Rescuers pulled more than a dozen bodies from the rubble overnight and were still picking through debris on Friday morning in the hope of finding more survivors, over 24 hours after the disaster...

  • 22 dead in rush hour stampede on Mumbai railway bridge

    A commuter stampede on a Mumbai railway bridge lashed by a monsoon storm during the morning rush hour on Friday killed at least 22 people and injuring 32 others, officials said...

    Dozens of people took shelter on the bridge from a sudden downpour and the deadly crush started as they emerged all at once, an Indian Railways spokesman said...

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