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Wednesday, December 13, 2017



dna special: Metro III-affected Girgaum, Kalbadevi families to get flats double...

As many as 737 families from Girgaum and Kalbadevi, who are getting affected due to the underground Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro rail, will be rehabilitated at the very same locations they are currently residing in and that too in homes double the size of their existing ones.




Tree Cutting For Metro Begins In Mumbai, Citizens Divided On The Environmental Cost

The Supreme Court has asked citizens who oppose the cutting of trees to place their grievances before a two-judge committee of the Bombay High...

Now, more transparency in Mumbai Metro

You will now be able to know just who the officer responsible in the Mumbai Metro is if you want to approach her or...

GVK wins bid to develop second Mumbai airport

India's GVK , which operates the airport in financial capital Mumbai, has won a bid to develop a new airport outside the city to...




One dead, but MMRDA panel blames Mumbai Metro mishap on 'natural reasons'

A two-member expert committee appointed by MMRDA has said the mishap at the Airport Road Metro Station site last month was due to technical and natural reasons. The accident had left one person dead and 16 injured. The committee report, however, is silent on possible negligence on the part of Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL), the Reliance Infrastructure-led consortium in charge of the construction, or sub-contractor Hindustan Construction Company.

Qatar to announce first tender for railway system

Qatar, the host for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, announced on Tuesday that it plans to offer the first tender for its railway and metro system within the next three months. With more than 100 stations expected to be built for the project, the first phase is expected to be completed by 2021, a year before the World Cup commences.

Metro-III tenders in a week, work may start from April

MMRCL's managing director Sanjay Sethi said, "We have already prepared the bid documents. The bidder will be selected after three months."


Central Railway seeks permission to shut down highway to build tunnel

“The 165-metre-long new tunnel will be built at an approximate cost of Rs5.5 crore. The tunnel will be bore through Nutan Hill, a hillock on Parsik Hill. The hillock has been named after the actress Nutan, who owned a bungalow there," a senior MRVC official said.