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Court directs MP police headquarters' property to be attached

A local court directed its registry to attach Madhya Pradesh police headquarters' property worth Rs 14,32,880 today to settle a claim in an accident case.

Ruckus at garden launch as Congress objects to Uddhav Thackeray's presence

Inauguration of a civic garden at Matunga in north Mumbai on Sunday witnessed commotion, when local Congress leaders questioned Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray's presence in the ceremony.

Eat non-veg? You can now buy flat of your choice in Mumbai
Eat non-veg? You can now buy flat of your choice in Mumbai

In a good news for real estate customers in the country's financial capital, the city's municipal corporation has now passed a resolution against builders who discriminate against home buyers.

Appoint officers to check if civic schools have toilets: HC

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday asked the Maharashtra government to appoint two officers to conduct surprise checks on city municipal schools to verify the claim of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) that clean and separate toilets were available for boys and girls in schools.

Drop in temperature level will reduce dengue cases: BMC

Even as October saw a spurt in the number of dengue cases in Mumbai, the BMC officials today expressed hope that a drop in temperature levels, coupled with the preventive measures, will help reduce the number of cases.

BMC waits for final outcome of Sena-BJP war of nerves

Even as Shiv Sena and BJP remain locked in a tug of war over the former's support to the new Government in Maharashtra, an air of uncertainty prevails about their ties in Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), where the two parties are still allies.

Fire breaks out in military canteen in Mumbai, no casualties

A major fire has broken out in a military canteen adjacent to a railway station in South Mumbai. However, no casualty has been reported.

Mumbai set to get new garden soon at Lower Parel area
Mumbai set to get new garden soon at Lower Parel area

Mumbai is set to get a new garden at the Lower Parel area by next year after the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) acquired the plot from Bombay Dyeing last Friday. 

Water-logging in Dadar due to heavy rain

Heavy rains in the area have led to massive water-logging causing numerous problems to the commuters.

Shah Rukh Khan`s `Mannat` courts trouble once again

The badshah of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan has landed in a controversy yet again over an elevated ramp area outside his palatial abode - `Mannat` - at Bandstand, Mumbai. According to reports, the Bombay Municipal Corporation (BMC) has been flooded with complaints from the local residents, addressing their grievances over it.

Campa Cola society row: SC issues notice to BMC, Maha govt

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to explore the possibility of regularising the illegally constructed flats in South Mumbai`s Campa Cola Society, raising hopes for their owners after they filed a fresh petition before the apex court seeking relief.

Deputy Commissioner BMC warns Campa Cola residents not to create roadblocks

Deputy Commissioner of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Anand Waghlarkar on Sunday warned the residents of Campa Cola of facing serious repercussions if they continue to create roadblocks in BMC`s work.

Campa Cola society row: BMC begins eviction process, cuts utilities to illegal flats

After three days of stiff resistance, the residents of Campa Cola compound in south Mumbai on Monday opened the gates of their compound, letting in civic officials to disconnect water, gas and electricity supply to 96 illegal flats in the plush complex.

Campa Cola society makes U-turn, says it may file fresh conveyance plea

In a U-turn, the Campa Cola Housing Society here told the Bombay High court on Friday that it was ready to file a fresh plea for deemed land conveyance before the Deputy Registrar of Cooperative Societies and to make Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai a party.

Campa Cola society row: Demolition work postponed, BMC may forcefully evict residents today

The residents of Campa Cola society on Friday got breather of one more day as the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials, after trying hard the entire day to get inside the premises peacefully and to demolish the illegal flats here following as per the Supreme Court order had to return back, saying that they will return tomorrow and may also use force if need.

BMC officer held for taking Rs 3 lakh bribe from octroi agent

A Vigilance officer with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation was caught red-handed by ACB sleuths here while accepting a bribe of Rs three lakh from an octroi agent.

Campa Cola society row: Bombay HC to hear pleas on `deemed conveyance` today

With just two more days left for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to start demolition of the illegal flats in the Campa Cola society in South Mumbai, the Bombay High Court is scheduled to hear two petitions in connection with the case on Wednesday.

Campa Cola society row: Bombay HC to hear pleas on `deemed conveyance` on June 18

The Bombay High Court will on Wednesday hear two petitions challenging an order of Deputy Registrar of Cooperative Housing Societies granting `Deemed Conveyance` of land and buildings in favour of six societies in the Campa Cola compound in Worli here.

Demolition of illegal flats in Campa Cola society to be filmed: BMC

The demolition of illegal flats in Campa Cola compound beginning June 20 will be filmed and used as proof against the residents if they offer resistance, the city`s municipal body said on Tuesday.

Will `illegal` residents of Campa Cola Society be evicted today?

Days after they failed to get any relief from the Supreme Court, hundreds of illegal residents of the Campa Cola Society in South Mumbai now face eviction by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).