Abdullah Nurullah

Articles By Abdullah Nurullah

Waiting and watching

On a Wednesday morning,the view outside her window reveals frantic activity at the parking lot.

Ad man goes back to his old love — theatre

Since he was a student at St Xavier’s College,Zubin Driver,now 43,had nursed a dream of bringing people together through theatre.

State seeks legal opinion on Campa Cola compound

With the demolition exercise expected to commence from November 12,a senior state official said the legal opinion should be given to the government before Monday.

To protest demolition,Campa Cola residents continue hunger strike

Younger residents,aged 12 and 16,have also joined the strike.

Four Campa Cola residents on hunger strike

The residents,however,have not been able to supersede the Supreme Court’s order to demolish all the floors above the fifth on November 11.

No Diwali for Campa Cola residents

Residents of Worli’s Campa Cola compound,where BMC is set to demolish illegal floors on November 11,have decided to stay away from Diwali celebrations this year.

Corporators reject tender that promised onions at Rs 14.8 per kg

Corporators rejected a proposal of procuring onions at Rs 14.8 per kg from contractors,at a BMC standing committee on Wednesday.

Willingdon Colony residents sore over delay in panel verdict

With the Slum Rehabilitation Authority’s (SRA) High Power Committee (HPC) delaying final verdict on the fate of heritage cottages in Willingdon Colony.

Decision on tenders on Campa Cola today

The demolition,to be carried out on 35 illegal floors in the seven buildings,is estimated to continue till March 2014.

As deadline nears,Campa Cola residents hope against hope

After BMC announced it would demolish over 90 illegal flats on November 11 as per a Supreme Court ruling,60-70 per cent of resident families left their homes.

Desperate Campa Cola residents rally public support

Since the missed call campaign started on Friday morning,5,000 calls have already been recorded.

At Rs 1,633 cr,BMC gets half of property tax sought

Commercial property owners major defaulters,says civic official.

Private clean-up marshals to be in business till July 2014

The civic administration said private marshals would continue to be in operation till their contract ends in July 2014.

BMC staff won’t vacate shaky building,face suspension

The residents have now turned to a local builder for carrying out a structural audit.

Along railway tracks near Masjid,residents live in constant fear

Occupants of several buildings that are located alongside the railway track in Masjid and Sandhurst Road areas have now voiced fears that the structures are in urgent need of repair.

Despite risk,residents refuse to move out

The street adjoining Dagdi Chawl is lined with 11 civic-owned buildings that are listed by the BMC as ‘highly dilapidated and dangerous’ in the C1 category.

Despite risk,residents refuse to move out

The street adjoining Dagdi Chawl is lined with 11 civic-owned buildings that are listed by the BMC as ‘highly dilapidated and dangerous’ in the C1 category.

Gloom at Campa Cola compound as residents prepare to vacate flats

The Campa Cola apartments were constructed on land leased in 1955 to Pure Drinks Ltd.

BMC serves notices to mandals,asks them to fill potholes

The mandal,however,replied that it had repaired the potholes a few days after visarjan (immersion of the idol) on September 18.

Lalbaugcha Raja earnings dipped 10 pc this year

Lalbaugcha Raja mandal’s earnings through auction and donations have dipped by nearly 10 per cent this year,from nearly Rs 10.47 crore to Rs 8.55 crore.

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