Rajasthan

Cong 99
BJP 73
RLM 3
OTH 24

Madhya Pradesh

Cong 114
BJP 109
BSP 2
OTH 5

Chhattisgarh

Cong 68
BJP 15
JCC 7
OTH 0

Telangana

TRS-AIMIM 95
TDP-Cong 21
BJP 1
OTH 2

Mizoram

MNF 26
Cong 5
BJP 1
OTH 8
*Total Tally Reflects Leads + Wins

Dipti Singh

Articles By Dipti Singh

Mumbai: Five months on, BMC yet to set up waste converters, vermi-composting units

In June last year, the BMC had made it mandatory for all housing societies and hotels that produce over 100 kg of waste daily or have an area of or above 20,000 square metre to start segregating garbage and compost wet waste from October 2.

Mumbai: Tulsi pipeline crossing over tracks needs to be displaced, says railways

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), however, avoids displacing the mains, which has now put a question mark over the WR’s request for taking the pipeline underground near Mahim.

Mumbai: Disasters claimed 987 lives in five years, BMC replies to RTI query

Last year, Mumbai witnessed a large number of disasters where 11,524 people were injured and 226 people died. This year till date, around 6,730 disasters have claimed 96 lives, the BMC has revealed.

BMC to lay stress on disaster management

Following flooding, series of building collapses and fire in the city, the disaster management cell has stressed on the need to conduct workshops on disaster management for students and teachers,” said Mahesh Narvekar, director, disaster management cell.

Bhiwandi: College students take up drive to revive lakes, rivers

Bhiwandi has more than five lakh power looms and more than 225 dyeing, printing and processing units. Of the 225 units, 45 are large-scale dyeing and printing units.

Jogeshwari land scam: Four BMC officials suspended, 14 to face probes by dept

All 18 officials have been served notices. Their alleged role in the incident will be probed through a full-fleged departmental enquiry (FFDE).

A year after bombay HC directive, govt yet to issue guidelines on Dahi Handi pyramid height

In August 2017, a bench headed by Justice Bhushan Gavai had passed a judgment on a plea filed by Patil seeking directions to the government to impose conditions on mandals organising Dahi Handis across the state.

Mumbai: PCOs of physically challenged to be razed, will get shops

The move has been approved by Municipal commissioner Ajoy Mehta and the Town Vending Committee (TVC), which handles hawkers’ registration, issuance of licences and demarcation of hawking zones in the city.

BEST completes 71 years: ‘Recover Rs 222-cr loss due to faulty ticketing machines from supplier firm’

The BMC’s municipal chief auditor, after reviewing BEST’s contract with the company, has said in a report that as per the contract, the company has to pay Rs 500 per day for each faulty machine. The report added that the machines did not work on at least 662 days since the contract was awarded.

383 of 934 public toilets hazardous: BMC audit

The BMC had undertaken a structural audit of all public toilets in January. However, following the deaths of two persons in a public toilet collapse at Bhandup in April, the civic body had undertaken a re-audit of all toilets under it in the 24 wards of Mumbai.

Registration drive: BMC demands domicile certificates, hawkers cry foul

“Thousands of hawkers are affected due to the criteria of submitting domicile. Many who fail to submit it will resort of illegal hawking. BMC officials need to look into the matter,” said Dayashankar Singh, president of Azad hawkers union.

Mumbai: Only eight BMC corporators record 100% attendance in general body meetings

As many as 11 corporators have recorded lowest attendance between 25 per cent and 45 per cent. Attendance recorded by the remaining corporators is between 65 per cent and 85 per cent.

Enrolment in BMC-run Urdu, Hindi medium schools goes up

Apart from starting various schemes, the BMC has also upgraded schools to offer classes up to Class V and Class VIII.

Fix potholes by Aug 15: Ganesh mandals to BMC

The Samiti has asked all 10,800 mandals to inspect potholes in their areas and submit a report to them or to the nearest municipal ward office by Wednesday.

Fire safety: Panel to inspect highrises yet to be constituted

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had approved the proposal to form an independent highrise cell to inspect highrises, ensure they comply with fire safety norms and maintain fire fighting equipment.

Mumbai: Ganesh mandals say levy of GST, thermocol ban increasing cost

Not only have Ganesh idols become more expensive, mandals will also have to pay a higher tax to hire decorators. Due to GST, the cost of idols has surged by 18 per cent to 20 percent this year.

BMC to pull down 150-yr-old P D’Mello Road FOB: Audit report says it’s ‘dilapidated, needs immediate repairs’

The 150-year-old FOB was declared dangerous last year, but could not be demolished until its ownership was ascertained. The civic body’s B-ward (Sandhurst Road, Mohammad Ali Road, Dongri and Nagpada) will demolish the FOB.

NGO starts two ‘Safai banks’ in Mumbai to deposit multi-laminated packages waste

MLPs are those that are used in the fast-moving consumer goods industry — most commonly in packets of biscuits, tea powder, chips and snacks, chocolate wrappers and tetra packs among others.

Mumbai: Process to get licence for pet dogs goes online

The BMC on Friday organised zoonotic diseases awareness camps at Prabhadevi and Deonar municipal colony in association with the welfare of stray dogs (WSD).

Mumbai: Firemen pose as reporters to convince man atop TV tower to come down

“He kept demanding that the media be called. He kept threatening that he would jump. We tried to convince him but each time he would threaten to jump," said Devendra Shivaji Patil — assistant divisional fire official.

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