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Civic body warns Ganesh devotees of threat of stingrays, jelly fish at Girgaum Chowpatty

The 10-day festival of Ganesh Chaturthi ends on September 8.

Read more: BMC, Ganesh idols

BMC writes to MPCB: Effluent treatment plant order not feasible

Of the 74-odd 100-plus bed hospitals in the entire city, over 70 per cent do not have an ETP facility.

Read more: BMC, MPCB

In 2 months, less than 1,000 illegal hoardings removed by civic body

Every ward in Mumbai has more than 1,000 illegal posters that need to be removed immediately.

Read more: AGNI, BMC, King’s Circle

BMC completes ward-level consultation on 2014-34 DP

This is the first time that citizens were included. We will try to incorporate their suggestions: Sawant

Read more: BMC, Malabar Hill

Seats reserved under RTE vacant in 67 per cent schools

In first two rounds of admissions, BMC could fill only 2,329 of 6,392 vacant seats


‘Developers of public private parking lots can claim 50% FSI’

The state has increased the scope of development for PPPLs.

In polls run-up, BMC clears Rs 350-crore proposals in 45 mins

Early last week, BMC had passed proposals worth over Rs 850 crore at its standing committee meeting in less than 90 minutes.


Pvt consultants get space in prime civic plots for free, outcry forces probe

The companies are not carrying out this public work on an honorary basis or at a discounted fee.


Family of woman who died seek compensation, job

The family has requested the BMC to provide a job in one of its hospitals to Shaikh’s younger daughter Saina Shaikh, who is a nursing graduate


Ebola alert, hospitals stand by as planes with Indians from Liberia land in Mumbai

The Health Ministry confirmed that arrangements have been made at airports in Delhi and Mumbai to screen the passengers.

Read more: BMC, CSIA, Ebola, Ebola India, EHO

BMC on Ebola alert as flight with over 100 passengers from Liberia headed for Mumbai

A Meeting was called on emergency basis by the health department to discuss the required infrastructure and staff support.

Fire safety norms flouted in city; BMC callous, says PIL

Giving examples of the fire breakout at Mantralaya and CST, the PIL recommended installations as per Section 42 of the Act.


Civic body to serve notice to PWD over mosquito menace

Out of the 98 coconut shells which had accumulated rainwater for days inside them, nine had been breeding of Aedes Aegypti mosquito.

Read more: BMC, mosquito menace, PWD

Round III ends in a day, RTE quota still has few takers

The admissions which began on August 16 will end on Friday, August 22.


Humboldt penguins set to come to Byculla zoo

Three pairs of the aquatic flightless birds are expected to arrive in Mumbai before the end of the current financial year.


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