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Xylem bags Mumbai metro rail contract for wastewater treatment

US-based water technology provider Xylem today said it has bagged an order to develop wastewater treatment and recycling system for the Mumbai metro rail project. The system will cater to the entire wastewater treatment needs of the metro project. It incorporates a 1.2 million litre capacity sewage treatment plant with wastewater recycling capabilities, the company said in a statement here.

Over 10,000 to protest against Metro shed today

MUMBAI: BJP is finding itself increasingly isolated on the issue of constructing a shed in Aarey Colony for Metro III .

Mumbai woman bus conductor stripped

A woman conductor with the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation was assaulted and stripped allegedly by a passenger after she intervened in a heated argument between him and the bus driver on Wednesday.

Mumbai metro to nowhere

The metro master plan, which has as many as nine lines, is more than five years old, but not a kilometre’s stretch is ready. Clearly, there was no planning. The way the first phase has meandered is indication enough.

CMRL’s word of caution to Mumbai Metro

The Chennai Metro Rail authorities have written to Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC), advising them against awarding the contract for the Mumbai Metro III project to Russian firm Mosmetrostroy, which had allegedly abandoned the project in Chennai in May 2015.

‘Metro in Navi Mumbai by end 2014’

Navi Mumbai will have metro rail by December 2014 and the much-awaited Navi Mumbai International Airport project will take off in six months, said Tanaji Satre, managing director of the City and Industrial Development Corporation Ltd (CIDCO), the nodal agency for the city’s development, during his address at the Hindustan Times for Navi Mumbai Conclave 2012 held at Vashi on Thursday.

VIDEO: Fire breaks out in Mumbai high-rise

A major fire broke out in a building next to the Elphinstone Road railway station, Mumbai that left 20 people stuck inside, including seven on the terrace.

Not fare: MMRDA to challenge HC order on Mumbai Metro

The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) will soon challenge a single-bench order of the Bombay High Court on the Mumbai Metro fares in front of a division bench.

Times OOH bags advertising rights for Mumbai Metro One

Times OOH, a sister concern of the BCCL group has bagged the advertising rights for Mumbai Metro for a phase of 15 years. As per the latest deal, the company will be authorized to branding inside stations, station pillars, train wraps and inside train.

Mangaluru-Mumbai bus meets with accident – Driver dead, four injured

An Anand Travels bus travelling from Mangaluru to Mumbai met with an accident late night on Monday June 22, resulting in the death of one person and injury to four others.

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