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Citizens take to streets opposing Development Plan

Residents of Mahim, Matunga and Dadar protest against the Development Plan in Shivaji Park. (Photo: Debasish Dey) Sunday was a day of protests as citizen’s groups and NGOs all across the city spilled out on the streets to demand the scrapping of the draft ... Asian Age, 1 month ago
DNA India

Stop diverting our water supply to Malabar Hill: Cadell Road residents

Residents of Shivaji Park, Cadell Road had not so long ago been receiving water with less pressure. "The overhead tank which took less than an hour an half and at times two hour to fill did not get filled even after increase in time. We were ...
 DNA India2 days ago

Three year old killed in BKC mishap

The vehicle after the accident A joy ride on the way to an amusement park for a family turned tragic when a three-year-old girl was killed after the vehicle they were traveling in veered out of control, hit the divider and turned turtle on the BKC road in ...
 Asian Age4 days ago
Mumbai Mirror

Two trees, temple make Mahim lane a fire trap

By Alka Dhupkar Builder hasn't moved the trees; housing society alleges it led to chaos during a power outage. On Saturday, two banyan trees and an old temple at the entrance of Solitaire housing society on Senapati Bapat Marg in Mahim restricted ...
 Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago

Boyfriend's pals lure, gangrape minor in deserted Nature Park

MUMBAI: A 16-year-old girl was gangraped in Maharashtra Nature Park in Dharavi, which is frequented by thousands of families, early on Monday. She was lured by her boyfriend to Dharavi after midnight and then left all by herself. Soon, two of his ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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Mumbai's historic Shivaji Park area gearing up for complete makeover

Mumbai's historic Shivaji Park area is gearing up for a complete makeover. Residents have much to cheer about as authorities and citizens get underway to give Dadar Chowpatty a fresh leash of life a la Khar Danda and Worli Seaface. How it may ...
 Mid Day2 months ago Mumbai: Shivaji Park area gearing up for complete makeover  Mid Day2 months ago

Fate of tiger that killed guard hangs in balance

Experts oppose plan to shift Ustaad to a zoo, blame increased tiger density, tourism for the attack. (Source: Express photo by Shruti Dua) Mahim Pratap Singh The suspected reasons for escalating man-animal conflicts in Ranthambore National Park ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Numaish Karachi invites all to reclaim public places

KARACHI: As an ever expanding metropolis, Karachi seems to be losing many of its public places earlier available to people of all ages and groups. Full of broken swings, abandoned parks wear an eerie look where children are not permitted by parents ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago

Three cheers for the fourth record!

Juhu resident Mahavirprasad Saraf bags a fourth entry into the Limca Book of Records for installing benches around the city Mahavirprasad Saraf seated on one of his benches at Kalapradarshini Udyan, Andheri (W) dna One always wondered ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago

Living on the Edge

As Bollywood questions why people sleep on the streets, we replug a Jan, '06 article where Rishi Majumder spent a night on the streets, understanding why over 5 lakh people make Mumbai roads their bed - and no, it's not for fresh air, and the ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 weeks ago
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