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The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) has released an employment notification, inviting interested and eligible candidates to apply for the positions of General manager, Account officer, Town planner, scientist and others on contractual basis.
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.
The Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT) officials decided to can bus services from Turbhe to Lokhandwala (route no. 133) and Khargahr to airport (route no. 101, 104).
Following incessant rain in Mumbai, chronic flooding spots like Hindmata, Mahim junction, Kurla west and Chembur have been waterlogged. The BMC disaster management, however, has maintained that the situation is under control.
The inaugural Airbus 380 commercial passenger operation at the city airport on Friday took place without an glitches, with almost all the 471 seats on the Singapore Airlines flight full.
“The trial process started on Friday evening and the metro rail rolled out of the Versova car depot to run up to Azad Nagar (also known as Indian Oil Junction),” confirmed SVR Srinivas, additional metropolitan commissioner, Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).
After remaining closed for seven months, Delhi Airport Metro, the Reliance Infrastructure showpiece project, has commenced operations and the company is seeking damages from the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), said Lalit Jalan, chief executive officer, Reliance Infra.
The official said they were also planning a Metro railway line from Lokhandwala to SEEPZ and Kanjurmarg, to link the eastern and western suburbs. Earlier, the 13.14km route was to be taken up as part of the Mono railway master plan, but the MMRDA has decided to put the development of more Mono railway corridors on the backburner till the first 19.22-km Chembur-Wadala-Jacob Circle route, work on which is on, is commissioned and run.
The construction of the Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Metro line requires one pier to be erected on the hospital premises. The Mumbai Metro One Pvt Ltd, the consortium building the elevated Metro corridor, also needs about 200 to 300 metres of land belonging to the hospital trust on a temporary basis for the launching of girders and movement of machinery.
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