Sanjana Bhalerao is a Senior Reporter with Hindustan Times, Mumbai. She covers civic issues and governance.
Articles by Sanjana Bhalerao
However, officials from the hydraulic department assured that the water supply will be restored by October 28.
Two acres near Girgaum Chowpatty, Priyadarshini Park to be reclaimed for underground tunnels
Last week, the BMC gave a final approval for the construction of the first phase (southern part) of the coastal road, estimated at more than ₹12,000 crore.
In the absence of an alternative site, 1,000 metric tonnes of waste will be sent to Deonar and 500 metric tonnes to Kanjurmarg dumping ground.
The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is planning a 190-kilometre metro network across the city with Metro interchanges at Marol, Ghatkopar, Dahisar, Andheri Western express Highway
FSI hike will benefit only real estate sector, experts say none of their objections were considered in the recently approved document
As opposed to earlier rules, hoteliers will now not be able to procure the next level of NOC, until the first one is complied with.
The Indian team won 50 medals at the games, which included seven won by firemen from the Mumbai. Of the seven medals, three are gold and silver each, and one bronze.
BMC claims success, but citizens say plastic making comeback.
Under a government resolution, slaughterhouses are closed and sale of meat and poultry is banned in Mumbai for two days – the fourth day of the Jain festival and Ganesh Chaturthi.
The parking charges can be paid online and citizens will just have to show the e-invoice at the parking lot to get the space reserved for them
BMC will demolish pandals erected without permission and those encroaching upon roads and footpaths; Civic body to also process 6% of pending pandal applications
A total of 3,186 applications were submitted online to the BMC for setting up pandals on roads and footpath
The development plan is a crucial document that will determine the city’s land use and infrastructure development for the next 20 years.
Bellasis Road at Nagpada will have pedestrian crossings at every 75m and signboards.
The move comes a day after BMC extended the original deadline to August 31.
Civic body says it is better prepared, focuses on specific areas to prevent localised flooding.
Realty experts and builders shied away from quoting an amount that the property might fetch; however, the residential property rates in Chembur, where the studio is located, are currently between Rs16,000 to Rs 18,000 per square foot, said industry experts.
The zoo had planned to add the newborn to the penguin colony.
According to BMC data, 2,089 complaints of potholes have been filed since June, of which 1,897 have been filled. Of the 192 pending complaints, the highest (34) are from Andheri (East), followed by Malad (21).
The civic body has finalised contractors to build all three portions of the 9.98-km first phase of the road that will run along the west coast of the city.
In addition, in all the maps for island city, western and eastern suburbs, sea colour and natural water course is shown in different colours, creating confusion.
City scores big in open spaces, land use and compactness, identity and culture; low on job and economy; 3 cities from MMR in top 10
The issue was raised by the Brihanmumbai Sarvajanik Ganeshostsav Samanvay Samiti, the umbrella body of Ganesh mandals in the city.
The civic body does not yet have an alternative site where it can dump the 2,000 metric tonnes of waste that currently goes to Mulund every day
Work orders for 16 spots have already been given while 61 are in the tendering process
The water stock on Monday was 12,05,597 million litres, compared to 12,51,102 million litres on July 15 last year.
BMC picks low-cost, non-durable and high maintenance asphalt over expensive, durable and low maintenance concrete. The result is for all to see.
The civic body is planning to set up a special parking authority for the city, as per Development Control and Promotion Regulations 2034, to regulate this issue.
Areas that are not flood-prone traditionally got water-logged following heavy rainfall, as a result of the Metro-3 work.