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BMC allows lessees to sub-let its properties

Civic body has leased 4,196 such properties, many of them already sub-let to third parties.


Lakes rise, BMC reduces water supply cuts

Highest rise in water levels, of 6.37 metres, seen in the Middle Vaitarna dam.


Citizen groups push for stringent norms on mobile towers, write to BMC on HC stay

After civic body had introduced a drive to demolish several mobile towers, operators across the city had moved court.

Residents of Varsha Nagar in Vikhroli share one tap between two families.  ( Source: Express photo by Kevin DSouza )

Left high & dry, a month and counting

Slums on hills get water for 20 mins in 3 days.


‘Incompetent’ chief fire officer demoted

fire-fight lost z BMC officials say A N Varma not assertive; additional charge for deputy Sunil Nesarikar

BMC to extend water supply cut into August

Water supply department is currently in the process of finalising a Rs 15 crore tender for carrying out cloud-seeding in the catchment areas.

Hawkers’ survey: Civic body to penalise license inspectors after corporators level graft charges

The documents to be provided by the hawkers include a PAN card, Aadhar card, voters ID and ration card.

Water levels double in lakes, but way short to ensure year-round supply for Mumbai

As the catchment areas received scant rainfall in June, water levels of lakes dipped critically low.


Monsoon floods BMC’s pothole-tracking website, 1,500 complaints in 10 days

Most complaints have been registered in R-Central & N wards.

Consumer forum asks BMC, hospital and docs to pay Rs 4 lakh in relief to kin of patient who died after surgery

The doctors had diagnosed the patient of “chronic choleyst due to multi gall stones”, which required a surgery.


‘Link two flyovers over Hindmata to ease traffic’

Traffic cops write to BMC to prevent flooding at the low-lying junction


Day on, man’s body fished out from well by NDRF

Neighbour says friends had ‘dared’ Ravindra Pitle, who did not know how to swim, to jump into the well.


Probe team flags ‘lapses’ in fire-fighting systems

The fire brigade, however, maintained that there were no lapses in the operation.

RTE quota: BMC scraps offline admissions

Seats are, however, still vacant even after two rounds of online admissions.


BMC sat on glass facade buildings policy, purchase of aerial ladder

Policy formulated after two incidents of fire in such buildings has been gathering dust since October 2013.