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Traffic complaints? Leave your cars at home on 27 Nov
Mumbai

Traffic complaints? Leave your cars at home on 27 Nov

'Drive less, Live more' . This time you are required to act to keep your city free from air pollution and traffic.

Bush pays visit; Mumbai continues to live in fear of epidemic, crime
Mumbai

Bush pays visit; Mumbai continues to live in fear of epidemic, crime

In Maharashtra one in three persons is struck by the twin epidemic. As far as crime is concerned, Mumbai is undoubtedly the worst city.

Prime accused in Keenan, Reuben murders has links with Nitish Rane
Mumbai

Prime accused in Keenan, Reuben murders has links with Nitish Rane

“A couple of hours after the fight, at around the time that Keenan was declared dead and Reuben had finally been taken to a hospital, Rana was at the local office of Nitesh Rane’s Swabhimaan Sangathana, a party with which he has close links," reported Mumbai Mirror.

Amboli incident is not a one-off; it’s a problem that has been ignored
Mumbai

Amboli incident is not a one-off; it’s a problem that has been ignored

The accused in the Amboli double murder will be charged with sexual harassment, and other news.

Property prices may fall; Adarsh land does not belong to state
Mumbai

Property prices may fall; Adarsh land does not belong to state

Builders aren’t having it easy any more and property prices may fall. Meanwhile, those living in the eastern suburbs may find it easier to commute to the south with MMRDA's one-of-a-kind twin tunnel project being on track and the left tunnel to be thrown open to the public next month.

Govt, celebrities begin their cleaning up act in Mumbai
Mumbai

Govt, celebrities begin their cleaning up act in Mumbai

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar stopped a man from littering the city. Govt too got into the cleaning up act. Two senior govt officials were arrested for taking bribe.

Maximum city, maximum worries: Mumbai is not easy
Mumbai

Maximum city, maximum worries: Mumbai is not easy

High-pressure lives and changing lifestyles are taking a toll on the city. However, Mumbai moves on.

Believe it or not! Autorickshaw drivers will now be taught politeness
Mumbai

Believe it or not! Autorickshaw drivers will now be taught politeness

Although it sounds unbelievable, Autorickshaw drivers will now follow 'politeness week' every January.

'Occupy Dalal Street': Chaos, traffic woes await
Mumbai

'Occupy Dalal Street': Chaos, traffic woes await

Look forward to chaos in South Bombay from this Friday onwards. More traffic woes to follow. However, the good news is--real estate price is likely to come down.

Blame the people; Mumbai no more a safe city
Mumbai

Blame the people; Mumbai no more a safe city

Mumbai has long ceased to be the ‘safe city’ it was until the 1960s, and with every passing day there is a greater sense of fear among citizens.

Autorickshaw woes, Ambani in Antilla and CCTV for Mumbai
Mumbai

Autorickshaw woes, Ambani in Antilla and CCTV for Mumbai

Auto rickshaws face strikes both from CNG suppliers and consumers, Ambani has rectified the vastu dosh at Antilla, and Mumbai is all set for CCTV

Will you take autorickshaw tomorrow, Mumbai?
Mumbai

Will you take autorickshaw tomorrow, Mumbai?

The Mumbai Autorickshaw Commuter Association (MACA) is expecting hundreds of citizens to participate in its campaign to boycott autos this Sunday.

Tech savvy Mumbai, safer for women than other cities
Mumbai

Tech savvy Mumbai, safer for women than other cities

Mumbai is the numero uno in the country when it comes to Internet users. The city thankfully lags behind in crimes against women.

Quick gift? Mumbai, now, has a diamond dispensing ATM
Mumbai

Quick gift? Mumbai, now, has a diamond dispensing ATM

"Forgotten that critical birthday or anniversary gift? Salvation awaits in India with a new, diamond-dispensing ATM," says Sanjeev Agarwal, the jewelry retailer who opened the ATM in Mumbai’s Phoenix Mill shopping center.

Here we go again: rumblings of another auto strike
Mumbai

Here we go again: rumblings of another auto strike

Transport authorities vs auto unions vs autorickshaw consumers' association and other Mumbai speed reads.

New rich eye SoBo homes; Bandra gets pre-paid taxi stand
Mumbai

New rich eye SoBo homes; Bandra gets pre-paid taxi stand

Owners of property in South Mumbai are cashing in, as the nouveau rich are willing to pay big bucks for a South Mumbai address, and other morning news.

Mumbai ODI gets Rs 9 cr insurance cover but expect a dry pitch at Wankhede
Mumbai

Mumbai ODI gets Rs 9 cr insurance cover but expect a dry pitch at Wankhede

The unseasonal showers and the July 13 serial blasts have forced the Mumbai Cricket Association to buy an insurance cover of Rs 9 crore for the India-England penultimate ODI.But compared to the sporting track on offer during the World Cup final, the pitch at the Wankhede stadium wears a dry and slower look.

Tendulkar pays penalty, Meru cabs continue strike
Mumbai

Tendulkar pays penalty, Meru cabs continue strike

Meru cabs continued to fail to find a breakthrough in the stand-off with their drivers, nurses at the Asian Heart Institute struck work for the second day.

Citizen convenience: BMC finally gets it right
Mumbai

Citizen convenience: BMC finally gets it right

BMC is planning to clear bottleneck spots on narrow and congested roads. Not just that, it is also setting up 500 Citizen Facilitation Centres across the city.

Politicians will now pay more for hoardings; a reason to cheer
Mumbai

Politicians will now pay more for hoardings; a reason to cheer

Good news for Mumbaikars-- Banners and hoardings put up by politicians will now be charged three to four times what they were paying earlier and road repairing work may soon make commuting easy.