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Mukesh Ambani owes Rs 1,577 crore as unpaid premium to MMRDA, RTI reveals
India Today

Mukesh Ambani owes Rs 1,577 crore as unpaid premium to MMRDA, ...

In an application, RTI activist Anil Galgali had sought information about the outstanding amounts from all categories of lease holders from the MMRDA. Mukesh Ambani. Photo: Reuters Highlights RTI activist sought info about outstanding ... India Today, 1 week ago
Mumbai Mirror

Why the secrecy?

After an RTI filed by city activist Anil Galgali, the Chief Minister and 11 of his ministers have declared their assets. The rest keep their value shrouded. It promised a two good agenda: transparency and clean governance. The current BJP formed ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Only 12 out of 39 ministers disclosed assets, reveals RTI  HT Syndication1 month ago 12 Maha mins have revealed assets, liabilities  Mumbai Mirror1 month ago 12 Maha ministers have revealed assets, liabilities: RTI  Press Trust of India1 month ago

RIL biggest defaulter of MMRDA

According to an RTI filed by Anil Galgali, RIL has dues of over Rs 1,576 crore against it.
 DNA1 week ago Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries biggest defaulter of MMRDA  Financial Express1 week ago RIL biggest defaulter of MMRDA: RTI  Indian Oil & Gas1 week ago RIL biggest defaulter of MMRDA with dues of over Rs 1,576 crore  Economic Times1 week ago
The Hindu

Reliance owes Mumbai development authority Rs. 1,577 crore

Activist Anil Galgali writes to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, demanding recovery of the amount within 30 days. Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL), which recently launched its telecom service Jio, owes Rs. 1,576.90 crore in additional premium ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Modi government spent Rs 35.58 crores on completing two years, reveals RTI

The RTI was filed by Anil Galgali in which he had sought details of the money spent in advertising by the Modi government after completion of their two years in the centre.
 DNA1 month ago Namo spends Rs 35.58 crore for anniversary celebrations!  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Modi govt spent over Rs 35 cr to advertise achievements  Press Trust of India1 month ago NDA spent Rs 35 crore on print ads for second anniversary gala  Times of India1 month ago

SBI silent on Vijay Mallya loans to avoid probe issues: Activist

Anil Galgali found it surprising that the SBI has even refused to disclose the names of the directors who attended the board meeting with Mallya
 Business Standard2 months ago SBI silent on Mallya loans to avoid probe issues: Activist  Prokerala2 months ago
DNA India

After 14-year delay, light at the end of the subway for Kurla

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Awaiting closure:The incomplete Kurla Subway will run under Kurla railway station and connect Kurla East and West.— Photo: Special Arrangement Subway will connect Kurla East, West. As per RTI reply, CR, ...
 The Hindu18 hours ago Kurla subway to be ready for citizens by march 2017, reveals RTI  DNA India1 day ago

Eknath Khadse vacates mansion

Ramtek bungalow With hopes of political comeback dimming, ex-minister goes home. With hopes of a Cabinet comeback getting dimmer, former revenue minister Eknath Khadse has finally vacated his official residence, Ramtek bungalow, and moved to his hometown, ...
 Asian Age21 hours ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

The Kurla subway is here...14 years late!

The construction of subway passing underneath Kurla station will begin soon, after an inordinate delay of almost 14 years. The ongoing work on the subway is slated to be completed by December this year, inquiries by RTI activist Anil Galgali ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 day ago Delayed for 14 years, Kurla Subway to be ready for use by December  The Freepress Journal1 day ago

Mosquito-breeding spots found in five IAS officers homes

Mumbai, Sep 19: Mosquito-breeding spots have been found in the apartments of five senior IAS officers here, prompting the civic body to intensify its drive to detect and destroy sites harbouring the carriers of deadly diseases like dengue, malaria ...
 India.com5 days ago Mumbai: Mosquito-breeding spots found in five IAS officers' homes  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago
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