Over the last two days, people from Dadar, Matunga and Mahim, which fall under the G-north ward, have complained the most about potholes, with the civic body receiving 57 complaints from these areas.
As it poured relentlessly on Sunday in Mumbai, senior civic officials stood at the water-logged Hindmata junction studying drain designs and trying to figure out why the spot was flooding. HT reports.
An Indian is all set to be a part of this year's men's singles final at the Wimbledon as Pinki Sonkar has been chosen to toss the coin ahead of the marquee match on July 7.
While ignoring MPs from Mumbai, Vidarbha and Central Maharashtra during the Union cabinet reshuffle on Monday, the Congress high command gave a strong message to senior party leaders in the state: work harder ahead of elections. Dharmendra Jore reports.
The community of fisherfolk has been living in Mumbai for decades, but so far, the way they live has changed very little, despite it becoming harder to sustain their lifestyle in these times of skyrocketing prices. Arpit Kalla reports.
She is young, vivacious and has played the love struck romantic in reel life, but Sonam Kapoor confesses that she has not been lucky when it came to love in real life. Born with a silver spoon, the daughter of actor Anil Kapoor and former model Sunita was said to be dating "I Hate Luv Storys" director Punit Malhotra and was also romantically linked to her "Mausam" co-star Shahid Kapoor.
Shocked with nine murders within four months, Kolhapur residents believe that a serial killer may have stuck their city.
The phenomenon of crucial files going missing may be more complex than it seems. Insider accounts as well as those from some people dealing with the civic body’s building proposal department reveal that the ‘disappearance’ may be to mislead people inquiring about illegalities.
The internal circular of an insurance company stating the exclusion of diseases from a medical insurance policy are not binding on the consumers, said the Mumbai district consumer forum while awarding Rs1.5 lakh as compensation to a man for health insurance claims that had been denied to him. Charul Shah reports.
The city’s most expensive skywalk, which is being constructed at Nana Chowk, has been delayed till August due to unfinished work pertaining to escalators and staircases. Saurabh Katkurwar reports.
The state government sanctioned 2,417 new self-financed schools to be run by registered trusts and societies last week. However, owing to a procedural delay, the schools are unlikely to open this academic year. More than 7,000 applications were received by the state to create new schools and upgrade existing ones. Surendra P Gangan reports.
In a good example of how the youth is becoming more socially aware and proactive, over 35 teams from 57 colleges across the country will present community empowerment projects at the Enactus India National Competition in Mumbai on June 18 and 19. Apoorva Puranik reports.
After accounting for the largest number of deaths on railway tracks and highways in the country, Maharashtra has also earned the notoriety of having the highest number of unidentified human bodies in the country last year. Pratik Salunke reports.
A 17-year-old Bandra girl, Emaan Shah, disappeared while out shopping on Oxford Street, London, on June 10, a few hours before she was due to board a flight back to Mumbai. She was on a two-week vacation in the city with her family. Priyanka Vora reports.
Even as union leader Sharad Rao today threatened to hold the entire city to ransom by bringing civic and transport services to a halt from midnight on Monday, activists and other union leaders lambasted Rao for his bullying tactics. Prajakta Chavan Rane reports.