Mumbai gets its first e-waste collection centre

Mumbai gets its 1st e-waste collection centre

Bombay HC notice to Maha govt, BMC seeking reply on odd-even plea

The Bombay High Court on Friday issued notices to the Maharashtra government and BMC seeking their response to a public interest litigation for introduction of the odd-even rule for private cars.

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Man falls into manhole, sues BMC for Rs 1.5 crore

Man falls into manhole, sues BMC for Rs 1.5 crore

A Mumbai-based resident has sued the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation for Rs. 1.5 crore as damage after he accidentally slipped into a partially-covered manhole in the city.

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BMC removes Shiv Sena's controversial poster showing Modi bowing before Bal Thackeray

BMC has removed those posters which criticized BJP within an hour after being put up. Posters showed PM Modi under Bal Thackrey.

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Act against illegal pandals & noise pollution: HC tells govt

The Bombay High Court today asked civic bodies and government authorities in Maharashtra to take firm action against organisations which flout noise pollution rules and pull up the trusts and others that illegally put up pandals during the festivals.

Stop illegal waste dumping or ban constructions: HC tells Maha

The Bombay High Court today asked the Maharashtra government to either take measures to put an end to illegal dumping of garbage in the waste disposal grounds in Mumbai or stop new constructions.

BMC notice to 3 actors on dengue breeding areas in their homes

The Bombay Municipal Corporation's insecticide department has served notices to actors Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla, Jitendra and singer Amit Kumar at their residences in Juhu and Malabar Hill after their bungalows were found to be breeding dens for dengue-causing mosquitoes.

No BMC notice to Anil Kapoor over dengue scare

No BMC notice to Anil Kapoor over dengue scare

The deadly dengue scare has taken many lives and affected several in the country. Just when important preventive measures are being implemented by the officials both in Delhi as well Mumbai—a recent report surfaced over how Bollywood celebrities have been served with notice from the BMC officials over their bungalows seen as breeding spots for dengue mosquitoes.

Careless Bollywood stars spreading dengue in Mumbai!

Routine inspections regarding mosquito breeding spots are taking place on the regular and notices are being issued to those who unknowingly harbour dengue mosquito breeding spots in their homes.

Mumbai's malls and stores can remain open till 10 pm

30pm. This is a good news for mumbai’s economy as well as the late night shoppers of the city.

Shiv Sena, MNS defy meat ban in Mumbai, set up stalls to sell chicken

Shiv Sena, MNS defy meat ban in Mumbai, set up stalls to sell chicken

The Shiv Sena and Maharashtra Navniram Sena (MNS), Thursday, openly defied a ban on sale of meat in Mumbai by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).

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BMC, Sena-BJP extorting money from Mumbai hawkers: Sanjay Nirupam

Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam on Monday alleged that Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials and leaders of Shiv Sena-BJP, ruling the city civic body, were hand in glove in extorting money from city hawkers.

Eating tomatoes do flare up gout pain

Researchers from University of Otago have for the first time found a biological basis for the belief that eating tomatoes can cause gout to flare up in some people.

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