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Feb 20, 2019
Petroleum dealers' body asks fuel stations to close for 20 minutes to mourn Pulwama terror attack victimsCIPD secretary Ravi Shinde subsequently said that all petrol pumps in Maharashtra will remain closed from 7 to 7.30 pm and "no sell of petrol, diesel and any other fuel will be done". Petrol station lights will also remain off during the period
Feb 02, 2019
Union Budget allocates Rs 584 crore for Mumbai Urban Transport Project; several key railway plans to be expeditedSeveral key railway projects in the Mumbai region will be expedited with the Union Budget making sufficient provisions for the megapolis, railway officials said on Friday.
Jan 24, 2019
Nitin Gadkari launches Rs 1,600-cr road projects in Maharashtra; says work for Baroda-Mumbai highway to begin soonOf the Rs 1,600 crore projects, the Vadape-Thane bypass project is worth Rs 1,183-crore and will be executed by MEP Infra on hybrid annuity mode.
Nov 05, 2018
Lodha Developers sells Rs 4,200 crore worth properties in April-Sepember; eyes Rs 9,000 crore sales in FY19Lodha Developers has emerged as the biggest player in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) with 18 percent market share in sales, its MD Abhishek Lodha said
Jul 19, 2018
Maharashtra dairy farmers call off strike after govt accepts key demand, hikes milk price to Rs 25 per litre from 21 JulyAn end to the four-day agitation by dairy farmers appeared in sight on Thursday, with the Maharashtra government announcing that it had accepted a key demand of the protesters.
Sep 20, 2017
As rains batter Mumbai, over 108 flight operations cancelled; 51 diverted to nearby airportsTorrential rain battered Mumbai and its suburbs for the second day on Wednesday, causing massive disruption in flight operations
Feb 22, 2017
BMC Election 2017: AAP demands repoll in Mumbai suburbs as voters' names go missingOn the eve of the counting of votes for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) demanded that repolling be held in the areas where a large number of people could not exercise their franchise as their names did not figure in the voters' list.
Jan 28, 2017
Mumbai civic polls: Shanghai dream unreal until infrastructure matches up to rising populationMumbai bats in the high league of the urban places. It has a huge population, although it is constrained when it comes to space. Its civic body has enormous financial resources, larger than several small states.
Oct 30, 2016
Climate change and cities: Green buildings shouldn't be treated as an option anymoreIf we need our cities to be sustainable, sustainability would require mainstreaming at every level. It requires stringent and systematic inclusive planning. Green approaches for making cities environment-friendly should not be treated as an option anymore.
Oct 29, 2016
Climate change and cities: It's not too late to bring green buildings in policy makingCan cities, which witness population influx, rising levels of pollution and haphazard encroachments daily, endure it any further? Here's how climate change has started affecting cities and why we need green buildings