Mumbai: City witnessed scanty rainfall on Tuesday
The city witnessed scanty rainfall on Tuesday. Consolidated rainfall across the city in 24 hours until Tuesday morning was below 100 mm.
Mumbai monsoon: Surge in dengue, leptospirosis, H1N1 and gastroenteritis cases across city
There has been a surge in dengue, leptospirosis, H1N1 and gastroenteritis cases across the city in the last seven days. According to the data provided by the civic health department, Mumbai has reported 11 cases of leptospirosis between July 1-17 compared to 12 and 4 cases which were reported in June and May respectively.
After the mishap, Mumbai civic body abrades Gorai jetty road
On Monday, a BMC multi-purpose van, belonging to the BMC, skid off on the road. The civic body on Tuesday roped in a zero-milling machine to abrade the road
Trains on Central, Harbour and Trans harbour line plying smoothly: Central Railway
MNS threatens civic body with protests if Mumbra bypass road not repaired
The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena's (MNS) Thane unit has threatened that they will protest against the potholes along the Mumbra bypass road unless it is fully repaired.
BMC says city and suburbs to have generally cloudy sky with light to moderate rain
BEST authorities assure 'issues resolved', services to resume today
A section of wet lease bus drivers from the Wadala depot has been agitating since Sunday over delay in salary and issues regarding provident fund
Thane: No water supply in Naupada-Kopri area today
The residents of the Naupada-Kopri area will need to store water for Wednesday (today), Thursday and Friday owing to work on the connection of the newly installed down-take pipe at Kanhaiyanagar water reservoir in Kopri with the main distribution channel.
Mumbai weather update: Scanty rainfall in the city; check water levels in lakes
The water stock in the seven lakes supplying water to the city has reached 12,80,868 million litres in the last 24 hours. At the same time last year it was 48,0783 million litres.
Supreme Court begins hearing the petitions relating to rebellion in Shiv Sena
Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for the Uddhav Thackeray faction, presses for disqualification of rebel MLAs.
Uddhav faction argues Governor shouldn't have sworn in Eknath Shinde as CM
Independent MP Sibal argued, "Governor could not have sworn the individual who has chosen to separate from the political parties and have incurred disqualification."
Singhvi seeks disqualification of rebel MLAs
"If the CM resigns, and another government is sworn-in, it is not defection," Harish Salve appearing for Shinde camp
Mumbai-Pune intercity train, Pragati Express, to get Vistadome coach
The trains will run with one Vistadome Coach, one AC chair car, 11 second class chair cars, one ladies coach and one general second class car
Mumbai: Senior conman goes for gold with glib talk
The Govandi police have arrested a sexagenarian who has more cases registered against him than his chronological age. The accused, who was arrested on Sunday, has allegedly made a career as a ‘Bol Bachchan’ (glib talker) con, where gullible senior citizens are engaged in conversation and then robbed of their valuables.
Chief of coastal road project says 58% work completed so far. 40% of the 2nd tunnel beneath Malabar Hill also completed. Work in progress at 3 interchanges as well.
To tackle increasing parking problem in Mumbai and suburbs, BMC authorises spaces for indoor public parking across city
Mumbai: Teen girl assaulted and molested in empty rake near Lower Parel station
A 14-year-old girl, who ran away from home in Santacruz after a fight, was allegedly tricked and taken to a an empty rake (stationary train) at Lower Parel railway station by a man who sexually assaulted her. He allegedly attacked her with a blade in the early hours of July 11.
The Crime Branch seized 2.8 kg of ambergris, the vomit of a whale valued at 2.6 crores from the accused namely Vaibhav Janardhan Kalekar. Case registered u/s 2, 39, 44, 48(a), 49(b), 57, and 51 of the Wild Animal Protection Act 1972: Mumbai Police
Delhi Court sends Sanjay Pandey, former Mumbai Police commissioner to 9 days ED remand in National Stock Exchange(NSE) co-location scam case. He was arrested yday by ED in a money laundering case in alleged illegal phone tapping & snooping of employees of stock exchange
Can't allow phone call access to jailed activist Navlakha as he faces terrorism charges: Maha govt tells HC
Once part of Fadnavis CMO, IAS officer Gagrani now named key aide of Shinde
I carry my official work along, so don't have to be in Mantralaya all time, says Maha CM Shinde
Maharashtra politics: SC says pleas filed by Sena, rebel MLAs raise constitutional questions
Supreme Court has accepted our demand for an OBC reservation which was on stay for several years. It is a big relief for the OBC people. We had promised to give justice to the OBC people. We stood on our words: Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde
Post-SC verdict, Maha readies for local bodies polls with OBC quotas
Maharashtra | Indian Army team from GUARDS - Regimental Centre, Kamptee carried out rescue and evacuation operation at flood-affected Mangaon village of Chandrapur district today, 20th July.
Army rescue team is continuously operating in conjunction with the civil authorities and disaster management teams in Vidarbha region. 113 villagers were rescued to the safer areas till afternoon on 20th July.