By Vikas Nag
The robots have been deployed for cleaning the manholes in Chembur and will reduce the incidents of water logging during the rains.
By FPJ Bureau
Fatal mishaps in and around the twin-city, including the recent death of a toddler, who slipped into an open manhole in Goregaon, has fai...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
In 2017, after the death of Dr Deepak Amrapurkar who drowned in an open manhole, the BMC started fixing iron safety nets inside manholes.
By Staff Reporter
Mumbai: After facing flak for its inefficient nullah-cleaning, the BMC has decided to take the tech way to ensure that taxpayer money doe...Read More
Mumbai: The BMC feels it is not liable for accidental deaths in potholes, manholes and open nullahs on city roads. This even though potho...Read More
Mumbai: The BMC seems to have learnt from its experiences and is in a mood to rectify all its mistakes. So, it has decided to book citize...Read More
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday directed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to file a fresh affidavit spelling out the...Read More
Mumbai: The BMC will not be fixing protective nets under manholes in the city suburbs – which are often left open – to prevent lethal mis...Read More