With the proposed Churchgate-Virar elevated corridor stuck on the drawing board, the railway authorities are considering a new financial model for the CST-Panvel elevated air-conditioned (AC) corridor.
Nearly six years after awarding the contract, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is all set to slam the door on its biggest project — the Rs4,500 crore Deonar dumping ground scientific closure and waste treatment project.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday kept on hold the plea made by AD Sawant, former vice-chancellor of Mumbai university (MU), seeking formation of a new search panel to reconsider MU vice-chancellor Rajan Welukar’s appointment to the post.
Mumbai's police commissioner Rakesh Maria on Tuesday passed an order saying all police personnel in Mumbai will undergo emotional quotient (EQ) tests, in a drive that will be held from May 8 to May 13.
After the paver blocks turned out to be a flop show, angering citizens over the waste of public money, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is back with a new plan to improve the condition of Mumbai roads and sidewalks.
To encourage citizens to pay their property tax at the earliest, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is set to start its ‘Early Bird Scheme’ for this year.
The fact emerged from the statements of policemen who were present at the scene of crime. So far, crime branch officers have recorded statements of more than 15 people, most of whom are police personnel from Vakola police station.
Till date, the Mumbai police does not have a system in place for its personnel have to undergo any kind of physical or psychological tests, once they are recruited into the force.
Gangster-turned-politician Arun Gawli, who is sentenced to life imprisonment in a 2008 murder case, is finally out on parole.
Two people died and five others were injured after the car they were travelling in veered off the Mumbai-Pune Expressway and caught fire on Tuesday. The accident took place near Rees village in Khalapur around 1.30am.
The wait for a revision in Metro fares just got longer. The Centre-appointed fare fixation committee (FFC) will not be able to fix a new fare any time soon because it has lost its legal validity. Reason: It failed to fix a new fare before its deadline set by the Supreme Court ended.
Although the Maharashtra government has now made Class 1 as the entry point for those applying under RTE quota, schools have still not confirmed admissions of more than 900 Class 1 students.
The organisers blamed the poor turnout on miscommunication as many traders were not aware of the exact date of the protest.
Facing an additional burden of manning about 60 flights owing to the closure of the Yemeni air space, the Mumbai air traffic control (ATC) has approached the United Nations-appointed global aviation watchdog for assistance.
The Maharashtra government has asked non-Marathi medium schools to appoint special teachers to provide extra coaching in Marathi for students from Classes 8 to 10 belonging to linguistic minority groups, to help them become proficient.