Historically, large infrastructure projects in Mumbai like the Coastal Road or Bandra-Worli Sea Link have governed state imagination. But these projects only aide automobiles, not pedestrians
Govt launches Rs 5,000-cr special credit facility for street vendors; here's all you need to know about Rs 10,000 loan scheme
In order to revive businesses of street vendors that have taken a serious hit due to the COVID-19 lockdown, the Centre has launched a special micro-credit facility amounting to a total of Rs 5,000 crore that will provide them Rs 10,000 as initial working capital
Hawkers’ body says ‘financial epidemic’ awaits five crore families dependent on roadside vending, seeks assistance under Mudra scheme
The 40-day country-wide lockdown may prevent the spread of coronavirus, but the measure would bring a financial epidemic on five crore families of hawkers and those who supply them with products, an official of the national hawkers' body said
Hoarding with MNS symbol making derogatory remarks against Sanjay Nirupam surfaces near his residence
MNS allegedly put up a hoarding near the residence of Mumbai Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam in Mumbai making derogatory remarks against him
Amid Congress-MNS tussle over hawkers' eviction in Mumbai, Raj Thackeray meets Devendra Fadnavis to discuss issue
MNS president Raj Thackeray on Thursday met Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis to discuss the issue of illegal hawkers in Mumbai
MNS drive against hawkers in Mumbai continues, party workers attack vendors near Vashi railway station
MNS workers on Sunday allegedly attacked hawkers near Vashi railway station in Navi Mumbai in a bid to evict them from the station premises
Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam has been booked for addressing a rally of hawkers in suburban Malad on Saturday without securing prior permission of the police, an official said on Sunday
The Customs department has been asked to keep a hawk-eyed vigil on the illegal import of firecrackers from abroad, particularly from China, officials said.
A sunglasses company sponsoring Mexican Formula 1 driver Sergio Perez created a children's charity on Thursday to make amends after angering the star with a tweet mocking Mexicans following Donald Trump's election as US president.
In a breather to urban street vendors and hawkers, the Supreme Court has restrained all states and Union Territories from taking any action against them and directed the governments to implement the 2009 national policy for their regulation.
A 40-year-old roadside hawker died allegedly due to heart attack during a drive against vendors in suburban Santacruz here by Assistant Commissioner of Police Vasant Dhoble, who was today transferred in the wake of the incident.