According to civic officials, the city requires supply for 304 days in the beginning of October to continue with normal supply until the end of July 2016.
According to the letter, BMC had imposed a fine of Rs 23.56 lakh on the mandal in 2012.
Mooted in 2012, the BMC’s plans for setting up a waste-to-energy plant has been facing constant bureaucratic delays.
The module will help create awareness among adolescents about HIV, AIDS and other sexually contracted diseases.
E-waste refers to discarded electronic devices. The students conducted the research as a part of their special course module in semester-III.
The Yuvak Utkarsh Mandal has created a nine-minute skit using miniature figures asking people to avoid liquor. The pandal is set up near gate number six in Malvani, Malad.
Shree Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Sanstha uses no loudspeakers, no dhol-tasha, has been ordering idol from the same sculptor family for last 4 generations.
Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta had ordered an inquiry following massive floods on June 18-19 earlier this year.
To help citizens register water complaints, the civic body has also shared helpline numbers for the island city, eastern and western suburbs.
For the last 12 years, Patkar has been making Ganesh idols using old newspapers. He creates about 90 idols every year, with sizes varying from 1 foot to 14 feet.
The orders were issued after the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) leaders demanded that the water cut be revoked for the two days.
Amare also said that since the time of the mandal’s inception in 2010, it has been taking up social causes to create awareness among people.
According to data, till September 9, the website had recorded 4,587 complaints, of which 4,358 were cases were attended to.
On the back of a poor monsoon this year, the BMC is set to conduct a pilot study on the “effect of excess groundwater withdrawal.
During hearing of the petition, the Bombay high court today criticised the civic body and government's decision and said such restrictions cannot be imposed in a city like Mumbai.
How city’s Paryushan meat ban came to be.
The temporary meat ban, which has been in place since 1964 as a mark of respect to a Jain festival, has now pitted Marathi parties against the ruling BJP.
The civic body has imposed a 20 per cent water cut for residential properties and a 50 per cent water cut for commercial properties owing to poor rainfall this monsoon.
Glorified suicide or essential practice? Family pressure or personal choice? Cruel end or dignified ending? With the Jain practice of santhara caught in legal row, Manasi Phadke & Tanushree Venatraman try to find out.
The municipal commissioner has appointed additional municipal commissioner Sanjay Deshmukh to fix responsibility within a week.
Invites fresh tenders for waste-to-energy plant at Deonar dumping ground.
The report also suggests penalising the contractors for shoddy work, a source said.
Several units served prosecution notice, additional and alterations demolished in the vicinity.
Meanwhile, a site has also been identified to establish a permanent base for the NDRF in Mumbai.
Recent surveys have revealed that there are at least one lakh hawkers in the city.
The ruling alliance in BMC recently held discussions on granting permissions to slum dwellers across Mumbai, to increase the height of their houses.
The decision to purchase the aerial ladder was taken in 2012, but the process got delayed owing to negotiations with Bronto, a Finland-based company that manufactures it.
The NGO has trained youngsters from marginalised sections to conduct study on topics that “affect their life”.
Earlier, the HC had asked the BMC commissioner to see if yellow sodium vapour lamps could be installed on Marine Drive before August 15.
According to the officials, the review consultant should have experience in at at least two countries.
The move, officials say, will provide much-needed relief to the Mulund and Deonar dumping grounds.
As part of ‘Challenging challenges: disability sensitization workshop’, activities were organised to dispel myths about visual, hearing, physical and speech impairment.
In April, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had asked BMC to revise the earlier blueprint which had received criticism from citizens.
Following a major fire in Bandra’s Kenilsworth mall in July, Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta had ordered a joint-safety inspection of all malls, shopping complexes in the city.
Almost 70 per cent of the heritage structures in the city were left out of BMC’s 20-year vision for Mumbai, announced in February.
The BMC notices have picked separate violations for prominent hospitals who now have to answer the civic body,
A session was devoted to "War Literature in Indian Languages" and chaired was by Bhalchandra Nemade. Three eminent scholars, Bhupendra Adhikari, Prof Jatindra Kumar Nayak and Prof. Rajkumar, presented their papers.