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Civic body plans 500-m extension to cut traffic at S V Road Junction

The BMC is set to spend Rs 27 crore on the project.


Civic body gets CRZ nod to build water pipeline across Malad creek

Through this method, the civic body aimed to increase the water pressure for a better supply to the city in coming months.

Water bills: WR tops defaulters’ list, with Rs 127 crore as pending amount

The civic body has, till date, recovered only Rs 168 crore, of which Rs 48 crore was rebated.


Help us keep Mumbai clean, civic body urges citizens, NGOs

The civic body has initiated a plan wherein citizens can get in touch with the local ward offices to get areas in their vicinity cleaned every Saturday, between 9 am and 1 pm.


BMC experiments with bio-pesticides to save rain trees from mealybugs

The mealybugs suck cell sap from the leaves and eventually, leaves and branches of the tree start falling off and the tree dries up.

Civic body extends scheme to recover pending water bill dues

The civic body has, till date, recovered only Rs 168 crore, of which Rs 48 crore was rebated.

Read more: Abhay Yojana, BMC

Campa Cola residents get poll promises yet again

The issue of regularization of their illegal flats had also been on the agenda of candidates during the Lok Sabha polls.

BMC issues notice to Bandra mall over alterations

The BMC slaps the mall a notice under Section 53 (1) of the MRTP Act,.

Read more: BMC, V N Sphere Mall

E-tendering: BMC to restrict involvement of officials from lower ranks

Before introducing this system, the entire procedure was handled by the civic engineers from the ward offices alone.

Read more: BMC, e tendering

City faces water supply crisis as civic officials get busy with poll duty

More than 100 staffers from the BMC’s hydraulic department have been put on election duty


Plans to put up railings along seafront near Gateway of India gather dust

The committee had suggested railings of height up to 6 feet which people cannot cross.


BMC’s octroi revenue up by 6.77 per cent from last year

Since 2006-07, the BMC has managed to cross the target set.


Association writes to BMC over ‘criminal incidents’ in offices

Through the letter, the Association has now demanded a safe working atmosphere across all offices of the civic body.


Residents allege excavation by builder at BMC’s Worli hill reservoir

Ward officials claimed that despite complaints, they are helpless as SRA has approved the project.


BMC installs GPS devices in garbage vehicles

The project was initiated in 2012 after complaints that garbage was not collected from various parts of the city.