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Inside a locked flat in Mumbai: Garbage to fill 8 trucks, unconscious elderly woman

On Monday, the BMC team took about seven hours to remove material from the house. But residents said all the garbage was not carted away.

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Mumbai to host food truck festival

‘Food Truck Square’ at High Street Phoenix will offer gourmet food at affordable prices.

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Monsoon preparatory works in full swing on Western Railway

A statement issued by WR, has also forwarded the time table showing the dates of high tides of more than 4.5 meters during monsoon 2016 and said this will help in taking necessary precautions when required.

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Mumbai: Making sure his guests sleep tight

The value of time is among the things Mumbai has taught him, he says. “When I saw people throughout the city always in a rush, I learnt the value of each second,” says Ansari.

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Victim seeks withdrawal of rape case for wedding, HC refuses to quash FIR

According to the case of the woman, both she and the accused were working in the same place and in November 2013, the accused enticed the petitioner to accompany him his room where he allegedly raped her.

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Third draw of houses for mill workers in August

Officials said these houses would be constructed by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority as part of the erstwhile rental housing scheme, which was later scrapped and converted into an affordable housing one.

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Mumbai: 2-year-old boy rescued, ‘kidnapper’ arrested

According to the police, accused Shyam Mandal befriended the complainant, a 30-year-old woman, at a hospital in Goregaon where they both worked. Mandal would visit her home and take her two-year-old son for walks.

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Tackling flooding during monsoon: BMC to keep plinth height 60 cm above high-flood level

In the new chapters of the draft Development Control Regulations released on Sunday, the civic body has made this mandatory provision for all new buildings to come up in the city henceforth.

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BMC proposes 40% of an educational institute’s total area for playground

For the first time, the civic body has included this provision in its draft Development Control Regulations (DCR) released on Sunday.

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Mumbai: Soon, industrial buildings on smaller plots will not need civic clearance

In a step against red-tape in granting approvals for industrial constructions, registered architects will soon be allowed to issue building permits.

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Average living space in Mumbai: Each resident has just 8 sq m to call own

“The per capita residential area currently available in Mumbai is just 8.3 square metre,” the survey’s findings state.
With the addition of a 14.96- sq-km patch of lush mangrove, the city’s total area is now 473.28 sq km.


Mumbai builder tries to kill himself, family points to financial crisis 

According to Kandhari’s family statements, he was under severe stress due to economic crisis. The family has not made any allegation,” said Shahaji Umap, Zonal Deputy Commissioner of Police.

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Mumbai: Second round of roads inquiry to begin tomorrow

Significantly, Marine Drive —which was inexplicably dropped from the first round of quality checks — will be included this time.

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Please touch the art

Together, they will “see” the gallery’s artwork — in a special initiative called “Abhas” — with the help of tactile reproductions and aids.

Segways catch up with Mumbaikars

Many segway-users take the vehicle on rent, and say they find it easy to navigate in the city’s choc-a-bloc traffic.
On Carter Road or Marine Drive, several people can be seen out on their segways in the evenings.

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