Top 5 stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t missmumbai Updated: Feb 28, 2017 16:26 IST
The BEST undertaking, which operates the century-old public transport service, is seeking response from Mumbaiites to its proposal of changing the colour of the buses.(HT File )
Mumbai’s iconic red buses to turn white and yellow?
The BEST undertaking, which operates the century-old public transport service, is seeking response from Mumbaiites to its proposal of changing the colour of the buses. Read
Ola-Uber strike: Cabbies from Mumbai likely to announce date today
Aggrieved by their steadily reducing income, increasing penalties and a cut on incentives from the app-based aggregators, the cabbies have been threatening strike since Sunday. Read
IAS Sumeet Mallick is Maharashtra’s new chief secretary
State government appointed the senior IAS officer on Tuesday, who will be succeeding Swadhin Kshatriya after his retirement on February 28. Read
World Bank CEO travels in Mumbai local train, suggests better security for women commuters
Upon asking one thing the women would like be to improved in the suburban trains, Kristalina Georgieva received unanimous answer: upgradation of safety and security measures in suburban trains. Read
Enemies they win, friends they lose!
There has been too much bitter acrimony and malice during the polls for the Sena and the BJP to kiss and make up so soon, if ever. For they win more seats fighting each other than when united. It clearly pays to keep the enmity going. Read
First Published: Feb 28, 2017 16:26 IST