A threat message warning of an ISIS attack on Republic Day was spotted on a toilet wall in Mumbai airport on Friday, nine days after a similar message.
If all goes according to plan, you will have your say on the development that takes place on the Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) land.
With an investment of nearly Rs1 lakh crore riding on big-ticket infrastructure projects in the state in the coming years, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis is keen on setting up a separate mechanism within his office to closely monitor these projects.
To ensure that motorists who break the law are penalised, the Mumbai traffic police department plans to use enforcement cameras and send tickets to offenders.
Even as the first air-conditioned local train missed several deadlines, the city is likely to get 11 more air-conditioned trains from March this year.
In a boost to Mumbai’s suburban railway infrastructure, the MRVC has proposed projects worth Rs 11,500 crore under the third phase of MUTP, which will soon be sent to the railway board for approval.
When Kingfisher Airlines took off for the last time in October 2012, the dreams of hundreds of its workers came crashing down.
Architect and urban planner Charles Correa has a word of advice for those involved in planning the ambitious Mumbai waterfront development project.
In his opening remarks, Soumya Bhattacharya, the editor of Hindustan Times, Mumbai, described the nominees as changemakers.
The women’s coaches of suburban trains will be fitted with CCTV cameras to improve their safety, railway minister Suresh Prabhu said on Friday.
Only 91 cases of corruption were registered in Mumbai in 2014, the lowest in Maharashtra. The Pune range, on the other hand, saw as many as 226 cases being registered in the same period, while the Nashik range saw 216.
A group of corporators from the BMC flew to Istanbul, Turkey, on Thursday morning to study the bus rapid transport system (BRTS) and solid waste management process followed there.
Prabhu’s plan to decongest Mumbai’s suburban railway network is ambitious: it envisages six-lane roads running below or alongside new rail tracks, all of it constructed above the existing lines spanning the city.
The state government has blamed the Centre for the delay in the formation of the fare fixation committee (FFC), which has eventually led to a Bombay high court ruling in favour of hiking the Mumbai Metro fares.
After facing flak for its U-turn on closing down toll collection points in Maharashtra, the state government, led by the BJP is trying to ensure that they offer some respite to motorists.