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Panel approves change in waste processing technology

Despite getting land in 2003, the project had not been able to take off due to environmental concerns

Antibiotic concoction: Civic hospitals had taken necessary steps, BMC tells HC

Patients suffered adverse drug reactions after two injections were administered intravenously by doctors at a municipal hospital.

BMC issues 56 notices to fertility clinics for violations

With BMC taking active interest in implementing the PCPNDT Act, the process sex determination procedures will be more streamlined.

6 years after 26/11: Few hits, many misses in medical response plan

About a month ago, a call alerted the state-run Gokuldas Tejpal or GT Hospital about a  building collapse. Resident medical officer Dr Anil Kumar Shah quickly arranged for stretchers outside the casualty ward. It turned out to be a drill to gauge response of hospital staffers. “We are prepared. You can never say when calamity strikes,” […]

Aarey residents against cutting trees for Metro car shed, write to BMC

This move comes after the department had put up notices on trees in Aarey last week, stating that around 2,298 are sought to be cut.

Read more: Aarey Colony, BMC

BMC asks MPCB to inspect Banganga to check fish mortality

To avoid pollution, the BMC had created two artificial ponds at the mouth of the tank earlier this year.

Read more: BMC, MPCB

Public, private hospitals see dip in dengue admissions

While the first week of November recorded a total of 41 dengue cases, it fell below 30 cases in the third week.

Read more: BMC, IMD

Mumbai Underground

CM Fadnavis seems to be in a hurry to get as many stalled transport-infrastructure projects on track as possible.

After probe, BMC puts dengue death toll at 12

The remaining deaths, the civic body said, have been attributed to various other causes.


Public hospital toilets: A hotbed of infections

About 30 per cent of Mumbai’s 12 million people use these 30 public hospitals.


With three more deaths, dengue toll reaches 18

As per BMC data, the city has recorded over 4,000 dengue cases in both, public and private hospitals.

Read more: BMC, dengue

Mumbai University security dept asks BMC to remove encroachment outside Kalina campus

The university has been grappling with the issue of encroachment and trespassing at both its entrances for over a decade now.

BMC prepares to take charge of new roads, flyovers for maintenance

The norm is that agencies in charge of infrastructure creation such as the MMRDA are to construct roads and then hand them over to the BMC for maintenance.


No water supply in toilets for Mumbai sanitation workers

For 62 years now, this and other BMC-owned quarters for safai karamcharis across Mumbai have had no water supply.

Read more: BMC, Mumbai, sanitation

Wary of mutations, BMC sends samples to Pune, Lucknow

Over 4,000 suspected dengue cases have been reported by the civic health department so far this year.