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Pakistan court gives 11 years in jail to Mumbai attacks mastermind
A Pakistani court has sentenced Hafiz Saeed, the alleged mastermind of the 2008 terror attacks in the Indian city of Mumbai, to 11 years in jail after it found him guilty of terrorism financing charges.
Brokers contend with end of era on Asia’s oldest stock exchange
More than three decades after starting as a broker on the Bombay Stock Exchange, Asia’s oldest bourse, Yogesh Choksey shut up shop last year, missing out on a record-breaking equity rally that would usually boost profits for brokerages.
Hundreds participate in Mumbai beach clean-up
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, UN Champion of Earth, went plogging at Mamallpuram beach at sunrise. In Mumbai, over 500 did the same, as they have been doing for over 200 weeks.
Pakistan remands alleged mastermind of Mumbai attacks for 14 days
A court in Pakistan has remanded to custody a terror suspect accused of masterminding a four-day attack on India’s financial capital, Mumbai, in 2008, his lawyer says.
Pakistan detains alleged mastermind of 2008 Mumbai attacks
Pakistani authorities say they have detained a terror suspect blamed for a four-day militant attack on the Indian port city of Mumbai in 2008, on terror finance charges.
Rescuers find 14 bodies after building collapse in India
Rescuers found 14 bodies and pulled out 11 survivors as they began winding down operations at the site of a dilapidated building that collapsed in India’s financial capital of Mumbai, an official said Wednesday.
Wall collapse kills 15 as monsoon causes chaos in Mumbai
At least 15 people were killed in Mumbai early Tuesday when a wall collapsed as torrential monsoon downpours brought chaos to India's financial capital and surrounding areas.
“No questions, no excuses”: The squad enforcing Mumbai's ban on plastic
At 10 a.m. on a muggy October morning, Crawford Market, one of Mumbai’s oldest, is stirring into life.
Mumbai hosts Iran's Cultural Week
Iran's Cultural Week, especially for Bushehr Province, is underway in Mumbai for four days with sections on film, photo exhibition, handicrafts and a pavilion for cuisine.
Small plane crashes in Mumbai, kills five
A small airplane crashed in a suburb of India’s financial capital Mumbai on Thursday, killing all four people on board and another person on the ground, police and aviation officials said.
Indian low-caste workers disrupt life in Mumbai for second day after clash
Protests disrupted business in India’s financial hub of Mumbai for a second day on Wednesday as lower-caste Dalits pelted buses, blocked rail lines and shut malls after a clash with right-wing Hindus.
Floods kill 14 Indians in Mumbai
Two toddlers were among 14 people killed in Mumbai after floods caused by heavy monsoon rains destroyed homes and disrupted traffic in India's financial capital, police said, but lighter-than-feared rain on Wednesday helped relief efforts.
India floods: Heavy rain in Mumbai kills five
Heavy monsoon rains have killed at least five people in Mumbai as India's financial capital ground to a halt under heavy flooding.
Mumbai's air quality worse than New Delhi
When World Health Organization's report announcing News Delhi in India as the most polluted city in the world did the rounds, the residents weren't really in for a shock.
'The Salesman' wins Mumbai audience choice award
Iranian film 'The Salesman' — a work by renowned director Asghar Farhadi — won the audience choice award at the 18th Mumbai Film Festival.

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