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Sachin Ahir appointed new Mumbai NCP chief

The party also decided to appoint senior leader Nawab Mallik as state NCP vice president and chief spokesperson, party’s state unit president Sunil Tatkare announced on Saturday.

Ex-cop booked for stocking 1,000 frying pans for ‘voters’

Ghagare, who lives at Worli Koliwada, was a senior inspector at N M Joshi police before his retirement.

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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.

Letters of Intent under SRA have become tradable: Ahir

The Letter of Intent (LoIs) secured by builders for redevelopment under the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) scheme has largely become a tradable commodity for those who are not genuinely interested in undertaking such projects,state housing minister Sachin Ahir told The Indian Express.

Part of affordable houses for physically challenged

MHADA is fine-tuning a scheme to build 10,000 affordable houses in Goregaon.

Step by Grand Step

MHADA to ‘legalise’ those who bought flats but didn’t register sale deeds

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Potholes have appeared on major roads in Mulund,which have been in a state of disrepair for several months now.

Mumbai buildings repairs and reconstruction board currently gets Rs 50 crore from BMC,Rs 40 crore from the state and Rs 10 crore from MHADA

State struggles to trace kin of slain mill workers for free housing plan

More than a year ago,the state government decided to allocate free houses on mill land to the kin of the mill workers who lost their lives in the Samyukta Maharashtra movement of the 1950s.

Infamous Five

Though monsoon has set in,MHADA has been unable to evacuate the 16 buildings identified as the most dilapidated cessed buildings this year.

Minister gives tenants 10 days to move out

Monsoon is just around the corner but a majority of tenants of the 16 cessed buildings identified as most dilapidated in the island city are yet to vacate their houses.

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