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Now reach Belapur To Kharkopar in 20 minutes from Monday.

The long-awaited first phase of the Nerul-Seawood-Uran  railway line will be opened to commuters on Monday. It will be the first new line in the city to be commissioned after the Trans-Harbour Line was thrown open in 2004 for suburban services. The Central Railway (CR) has planned to run 40 services daily from Monday, out of which 20 will run ... Read More »

Canadian firm to sell canned air in India soon

Just how much is a breath of fresh air worth? For people in New Delhi, ranked number one on a WHO list of cities with the foulest air, it may seem priceless. But a Canadian company thinks the price is about Rs 12.50 per breath. The start-up Vitality Air, based in Edmonton in the western province of Alberta, plans to ... Read More »

Gardens under 23 flyovers Soon

The BMC plans to develop gardens under 23 flyovers and set up 8 more vertical gardens . These six extra acres of open spaces will come up near flyovers as Byculla , Parel, Andheri, Jogeshwari, Vikhroli, Goregaon, Kurla and Chembur. In May, the BMC turned five pillars of a skywalk in Goregaon wast into vertical gardens at a cost of ... Read More »

Taloja CETP co-op soc to hand over polluting plant to MIDC for upkeep

Navi Mumbai: Taloja Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) co-operative society has decided to end the delay and hand over the polluting CETP to MIDC for operation and maintenance (O & M). The extra ordinary general body meeting of the Taloja CETP society that has been scheduled on October 13. The notice for the meeting issued by chairman of society Satish ... Read More »

MAHADA takes over SRA’S project

Agency will construct house for tribals and slum dwellers on a 90-acre land at Aarey Colony Mumbai: On 6th October , the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) cancelled a proposal seeking selection of  a consultant to conceptualize a township on 90 acre land, 1,795 tribal families from Sanjay Gandhi national park (SGNP) alongside residents of 13,486 hutments from slums in Marol- ... Read More »

NMMC plans more toilets in slums, gaothans to get ODF plus rating

Navi Mumbai: The NMMC has set its target to upgrade standard in achieving the ODF plus rating this year. The NMMC wants slums and gaothans to be free from open defection run up to the ensuring Swachh Survekshan-2019 competition . The Digital ward, houses maximum slum pockets has been given propriety for construction of more public and community toilets apart ... Read More »

Five home buyers get full refund for delayed possession

MAHARERA dismisses developers arguments blaming other developer for delay in reeving OC from Virar civic body The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MAHARERA) has given refund orders for five home buyers those are booked flats in Acropolis in Virar, promoted by Bhoomi and Arcade Associates, for delayed possession. Home buyers Alistair Gomes flat no. 104, sachin kadam flat no 501, ... Read More »

No train crush, it’s time for Metro love at Virar

RELIFE FOR RAILWAYS MMRDA plans extension to the Mira-Bhayander line, mulls taking the highway or route parallel to the western railway line MUMBAI: The Mumbai Metro Politian Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has decided to connect the Mumbai and Virar with a metro line. Currently Vasai and Virar are connected only by a suburban railway line, which is overburdened, leading to ... Read More »

CIDCO gives nod to NAINA infra works

Three villages will be developed in the first of the three proposed town planning schemes at cost of Rs 21 crore Mumbai: The city and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) has sanctioned the first land pooling and reconstitution town planning scheme under the Navi Mumbai Airport Influence Notified Area (NAINA) is around 19.21 hectares land from Akurli, Belavali and Chikle villages ... Read More »

14,000 get lucky as CIDCO announces lottery result

The computerized lottery system for the mega housing lottery of 25,000 homes and the result of this lottery will be announced by the year end. The total 14,838 homes under the CIDCO scheme and the 5,262 homes are being built for the economically weaker section (EWS), while the remaining 9,576 homes are being built for lower income group (LIG) category. ... Read More »