MIM leaders call renaming Aurangabad to Sambhajinagar ‘Manuwadi’ and ‘racist’, create ruckus at bus depot
A bus was vandalised at the Vaijapur Bus depot for carrying a display board that read 'Sambhaji Nagar' in place of Aurangabad
Maharashtra: Amidst raging Aurangabad renaming row, unknown miscreants tear apart a banner with Sambhaji Maharaj’s name
A banner bearing the name of Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj was pulled down and torn apart by unidentified miscreants
NCP youth president Mehboob Shaikh was book on rape charges in Aurangabad last week
Aurangabad renaming row: SP leader Abu Azmi who called Balasaheb Thackeray ‘old and senile’ hailed by Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut
Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi has objected to the renaming of Aurangabad to 'Sambhaji Nagar' and is now hailed by Sanjay Raut
‘Aurangzeb is not uncle of Muslims’: Shiv Sena in Saamana as rift within MVA widens over renaming Aurangabad to ‘Sambhaji Nagar’
Congress party has opposed the move by Shiv Sena to rename the Aurangabad city as ‘Sambhaji Nagar’
While coming under scrutiny in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case, Mumbai police arrest man who had abused Sonakshi Sinha online
Mumbai Police, which has recently been under fire for not adequately investigating the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, arrested man for cyber bullying Sonakshi Sinha
‘How do you stop people who want to keep walking?’ Supreme Court refuses to entertain plea over Aurangabad rail incident
A Bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justice L Nageswara Rao, Justice BR Gavai and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul noted that it was impossible for the apex court to track who was walking and who was not.
The myth of Mughal greatness: Mughals were neither great rulers nor were they secularists competing with Nehru
Amd growing tendency to recreate the myth of Mughal majesty, it is important for people to know about the truth about the Mughals
The poor workers sleeping on the tracks were mowed down by the goods train carrying petrol and diesel from Nanded to Manmad at 5.15 am. Five of them escaped with injuries and they have been rushed to a hospital.
Aurangabad: Around 40 gather for namaz in Mosque amid lockdown, attack police with help from women in the area, three policemen injured
Around forty Muslims in Aurangabad gathered on Monday at a mosque to offer 'namaz' completely defying the lockdown.