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J Dey murder: Police yet to trace emails sent by Jigna Vora
Mumbai

J Dey murder: Police yet to trace emails sent by Jigna Vora

Despite seizing Vora's laptop, cell phones, home computer and also a few computers used by her at her workplace, the police have found no emails or messages that were purportedly sent.

Aviation ministry proposes AC shuttle bus service from airport to city
Mumbai

Aviation ministry proposes AC shuttle bus service from airport to city

Civil aviation minister Ravi Valayar is looking into the feasibility of a proposal to start AC shuttle bus services from the domestic as well as international airports to various parts of the city.

Taxi unions against prepaid service at domestic airport
Mumbai

Taxi unions against prepaid service at domestic airport

Black-and-yellow taxi unions are opposing the prepaid service, to be tentatively launched on 1 December, by tourist cab companies at the domestic airport.

Can the govt plan anything right? At least water?
Mumbai

Can the govt plan anything right? At least water?

Crawford market fire, another round of water cuts, a safer Mumbai-Pune Expressway, and other morning news.

Slum dwellers in Mumbai will now be eligible for a house
Mumbai

Slum dwellers in Mumbai will now be eligible for a house

The state housing department has proposed that those settled prior to January 1, 1995 will be eligible for free houses, while those settled thereafter would be required to bear up to 50% of the construction cost.

Now, pay to drive in crowded areas of Mumbai
Mumbai

Now, pay to drive in crowded areas of Mumbai

If the Centre’s plan materialises, you will have to pay for driving to crowded areas in Mumbai. Congestion pricing will make traffic management easier, said the Centre.

Sacked politicians back in power post 26/11, a scribe behind J Dey's murder?
Mumbai

Sacked politicians back in power post 26/11, a scribe behind J Dey's murder?

Three years after 26/11, sacked politicians are back in power, while equally sad is the possibility that a journalist might have helped in the killing of another.

Is Mumbai the leader in drunk driving?
Mumbai

Is Mumbai the leader in drunk driving?

A recent survey released by CADD (Community Against Drunken Driving), an NGO working against drunk-driving since 2001, has found that Mumbai and Delhi witness the highest number of such cases in the country.

Next time you're caught speeding on a bike, you won't be let off with just a warning
Mumbai

Next time you're caught speeding on a bike, you won't be let off with just a warning

The Mumbai police have said that those caught speeding away on city roads will be charged under stringent sections of the law. They will be arrested and will be produced in court.

Why BMC fails to make Mumbaikars happy
Mumbai

Why BMC fails to make Mumbaikars happy

Bad roads, stalled parking lot proposals, bribery, hawker menace, safety guidelines — and this is just today's list.

Third anniversary of 26/11: Mumbai remembers
Mumbai

Third anniversary of 26/11: Mumbai remembers

A peace march held outside the Trident, payed tribute to the martyrs and victims of the attack, and other Mumbai news.

Delhi airport overtakes Mumbai as busiest in country
Mumbai

Delhi airport overtakes Mumbai as busiest in country

Passenger traffic and air traffic movement figures reveal that Mumbai airport, which has been the busiest in the country since 2006-08, is now reaching a point of saturation, due to a dearth of space and delay in building a second airport.

Himalayan heights fail to scare off Mumbai's homemaker driver
Mumbai

Himalayan heights fail to scare off Mumbai's homemaker driver

Mumbai ain't filled with killer drivers alone. A homemaker steered her car to glory in the dizzy Himalayan heights.

Not just forgetful and unsafe, Mumbai is also insensitive
Mumbai

Not just forgetful and unsafe, Mumbai is also insensitive

The insensitivity of Mumbai is alarming. A six feet by three feet room with no windows, where none can breathe, is the supposedly the servant’s room.

Culture-vultures rejoice: now, watch plays in different languages
Mumbai

Culture-vultures rejoice: now, watch plays in different languages

Fifteen premiering plays in four languages, feature films on theatre, outdoor performances, theatre appreciation workshops and street theatre competition - Centrestage 2011 is the place to be from tomorrow.

Dharavi house with no electricity, water can fetch Rs 10 lakh
Mumbai

Dharavi house with no electricity, water can fetch Rs 10 lakh

A house in Dharavi with faulty electrical lines, no water supply and a non existent sewage system can also fetch more than Rs 10 lakh. That's Mumbai.

Govt employees will now be trained to use Facebook for citizen safety
Mumbai

Govt employees will now be trained to use Facebook for citizen safety

Harassed women in Mumbai do not have faith in the police. So, the employees at Mantralaya will now be trained to use social media like Twitter and Facebook to break the ice with citizens who find it difficult to connect with the government.

Good, bad and bizarre news of women in Mumbai
Mumbai

Good, bad and bizarre news of women in Mumbai

A survey showed more women suffer from diabetes as compared to men in Mumbai. But there's some good news too.

Tough time for Mumbai commuters; no train on Sunday, air fares hit sky-high
Mumbai

Tough time for Mumbai commuters; no train on Sunday, air fares hit sky-high

The common man now has to pay as much as Rs 23,000 for a one way Delhi-Mumbai flight due to fewer flights.Adding to woes, there will be no local trains on Sunday for six hours between Bandra and Bhayander stations.

Silver lining in Mumbai cloud: Lost children reunited with their families
Mumbai

Silver lining in Mumbai cloud: Lost children reunited with their families

Despite all the odds, there is still hope in Mumbai. Of the 10,181 minors found on Mumbai railway stations between 2006 and 2011, 9,056 children have been reunited with their families so far.