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Sep 02, 2016
Bharat bandh: Mumbai transport services unaffected, rural Maharashtra partially hitIt was business as usual for public transport in Mumbai despite one-day nationwide strike call given by central trade unions, while it evoked a mixed response in rural Maharashtra.
Sep 23, 2015
Modi to lay foundation stone for two Mumbai metro routes, Ambedkar memorial on Oct 4Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation for two new Mumbai Metro routes and a world-class memorial for Dr. B. R. Ambedkar here on October 4.
Apr 25, 2012
Not just home in Mumbai, now dabbas will also be costlyFrom 1 June, Dabbawalas plan to hike their monthly delivery charges by Rs 50 per customer.
Apr 19, 2012
Why should Mumbaikars risk their lives every time they travel?The death of three commuters on today's overcrowded railways garnered headlines but is merely another symbol of the malaise that plagues Mumbai's infrastructure that is often commented on but rarely improved.
Feb 28, 2012
Hike in airport charges won't affect airlines: DIALDIAL official said the increase will not only help the airport operator which has registered a loss of Rs 1,300 crore since it took over the Delhi airport from the AAI in 2006, but also help the state-run airports body to earn more revenue.
Dec 20, 2011
Mumbai: A city where even the slum-dwellers are taxedAlthough slums do not even have the most basic of civic facilities, like drinking water supply or sewage collection, BMC argues that they have the right to collect tax from every structure in the city.
Dec 03, 2011
Bombay HC asks civic workers to return bonuses, clear debris near MithiAccording to the Times of India, over 30,000 employees of the BMC who went on a two-day strike paralysing in September, would have to return the Diwali bonus given to them.
Dec 02, 2011
Aviation ministry proposes AC shuttle bus service from airport to cityCivil 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.
Nov 15, 2011
Govt employees will now be trained to use Facebook for citizen safetyHarassed 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.
Nov 11, 2011
Tough time for Mumbai commuters; no train on Sunday, air fares hit sky-highThe 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.