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Under fire, PMC says wall at Ambegaon built under gram panchayat supervision

The PMC is trying to pass the buck over the wall collapse that took place in Ambegaon on Monday night, claiming that retaining wall of an educational institute was constructed before the area became part of civic jurisdiction.

ITC, PMC launch model to collect, process multi-layer plastic waste

The initiative also marks the launch of a waste storage facility in Uruli Devachi, with the capacity to handle 200 metric tonnes of MLPs per month.

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Pune: Campaign to restore Ramnadi, lake to be launched on June 4

The campaign has laid out a roadmap to restore the lake. They will rope in schools, colleges and residents of the river basin to create awareness and water literacy, and then undertake cleaning programmes with the help of volunteers and PMC to make the river free of solid waste and sewage.

As Pune tries to manage amid water shortage, Metro project seeks five lakh litres every day

The Metro project’s request comes at a time when the tussle over the quota of water drawn by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), between the civic body and the state Irrigation Department, has reached the Bombay High Court. While the PMC has said it needs to draw more water to cater to the increasing population in the city, the regulatory authority has repeatedly asked it to slash the amount.

Pune MC makes employees contribute to Flag Day Fund from May salary

The civic administration also categorically stated that the staff should not oppose the ‘contribution’.

After 5 years, PMC to start work on project to save Mula-Mutha

The project was initially estimated to cost Rs 640 crore but the amount has increased to Rs 990 crore since the project was sanctioned by the Union government five years ago.

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Mercury rises in state, water levels in dams fall and Pune residents brace for water cuts

With dam reserves fast depleting, municipal corporations and councils are being forced to impose water cuts in this precarious situation. The Indian Express reviews the present situation and explains what lies ahead as the parched state awaits the monsoon

Stopped earlier, PMC may go ahead with water cuts across Pune soon

The civic body may have to take the step as water in the dams near the city has been drying up in the intense heat.

Decision 2019: PMC charging too much for corner meetings, Cong tells election office

In a letter to the election office, the city unit of the Congress pointed out that there were lakhs of voters in the city and it was necessary for the candidate to hold at least 300 corner meetings to reach out to all of them.

Power supply to parts of Pune disrupted as cable snaps during civic work

The incident took place at 11.33 am on Saturday, when the 132-KV MSETCL power cable was damaged near Parvati power works.

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