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Late-night BEST buses to halt at Dadar station

MUMBAI: The BEST late-night buses that originate in south Mumbai will halt at Dadar east station. "We already had buses plying till as late as 2-2.30am through Dr Ambedkar Road. Now, we will tweak the route," said a senior official from the traffic ... Times of India, 1 week ago

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Mid Day, 1 month ago

FIR slapped on teacher who caned child, rights panel to take up case

Mumbai: The 25-year-old teacher who was filmed caning an eight-year-old in a Matunga (East) school for special children has been booked under the Juvenile Justice Act as well as sections of the Indian Penal Code. The video clip had gone viral among ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Two minor girls from Surat on impromptu visit to Mumbai reunited with family

The Matunga police on Thursday united two minor girls, who had run away from their homes at Surat in Gujarat, with their families. The two were found roaming around in Dadar station. Constables attached to Matunga police station patrolling near ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Traffic cops must stop Dadar cabbie menace

Mumbai: Despite being alerted by an activist about cabbies parking vehicles haphazardly outside Dadar East station and soliciting customers, a traffic constable on duty did nothing to act against them. The activist, Bhaskar Prabhu, has now dashed ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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Residents in crumbling Matunga buildings live in continual fear

Diva Nikethan that stands at Babasaheb Ambedkar Road at Matunga was built in 1935. The building has broken balconies, pipes and in the past two years has seen numerous parts of its structure falling. The balconies at Diva Nikethan are crumbling, ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
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Mumbai man dies after falling from second floor, and landing on iron rod

The railing on the second floor corridor of a Matunga building gave way earlier this week, sending a 44-year-old man plunging to a brutal death. Hitendra Soni fell directly on an iron rod, which pierced right through his body. The dilapidated ...
 Mid Day1 month ago

BMC's plan for new trash bins stuck

Yet to get appropriate response from solid waste management department, say civic officials. (Source: Express archive) Summary BMC has also failed to install trash bins across 5,000 public locations. The civic body's two-year old plan of ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Times of India

Mumbai reinvents the sandwich

With savoury fillings like cheese, paneer and Schezwan sauce as well as sweet shavings of chocolate, this humble street snack has turned into an innovative bite. In a busy city like Mumbai this is everyone's 'go-to' meal. A hot toasted sandwich, ...
 Times of India1 week ago

‘Kid was caned for eating in classroom’

The eight-year-old in a Matunga east school for special children was caned by his teacher for consuming food in the classroom
 Times of India2 weeks ago Kid was caned for eating in classroom  Times of India2 weeks ago
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Not our job to evacuate residents from landslide-prone areas in Mumbai: BMC

Even as a devastating landslide in Pune on Wednesday killed nearly 35 people and one man was killed in a landslide in Chembur yesterday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is still to take action to prevent loss of lives in the city. The BMC ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago Landslide-prone areas not under us, says the BMC  Mid Day3 weeks ago
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