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Mumbai airport left stinking as 1,900 housekeeping workers go on 18-hour...

Mumbai: More than 1,900 housekeeping workers at the airport went on an 18-hour flash-strike from last night, demanding increase in wages, which impacted passenger amenities at both the domestic and international terminals.

Mumbai Metro: Branding on track

Mumbai Metro One is sparing no effort (and money although they refuse to put a figure down) to drive home the transformative power of its 11.4 kilometre line that connects what are, arguably, the messiest and most congested parts of the city.

Mumbai airport handled record 3.6 million flyers last month

Air travel usually peaks in May, when domestic aircraft are filled to capacity and airports handle a heavy load of passengers. But this May saw Mumbai airport handle a record total of 3.63 million passengers in 31 days.

Shiv Sena opposes metro depot at Aarey Colony

The latest entrant in opposing the Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ metro rail car depot at Aarey Milk Colony is Shiv Sena. Not only have they aired their opposition to the depot but also to the entire 32km-long project.

Maha CM for integrated parking system in Mumbai

Stressing on the need for creating an integrated parking system in Mumbai, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today asked the city's civic body to deliberate on the issue without violating current policy on open spaces.

Taxi union stir for gas price rollback

The Mumbai Taximen's Union says it will stage a protest outside the office of Mahanagar Gas Ltd (MGL) in BKC on Monday to demand a rollback in the price of compressed natural gas (CNG).

Mumbai: Air India Express to Doha Takes Off After 18 Hour...

A Doha-bound Air India Express flight with 59 passengers onboard departed from Mumbai for its destination after a delay of almost 18 hours due to non-availability of flight crew, the Airlines said in Mumbai.

High tide floods Mumbai, is city collapsing?

Mumbai: Mumbai is infamous for coming to a standstill during monsoons. Mumbaikars experienced relief from rising mercury as the city received a short spell of rain on Wednesday.

Will hike in rick-taxi fares be contempt of court?

Rickshaw unions in the city are planning to approach the Bombay high court seeking a state government directives for a rickshaw/taxi fare hike. Some of these unions held a meeting with transport authorities, including transport commissioner VN More, on Monday to press their demand for fare hike.

Mumbai Metro effect: BEST loses 11,000 commuters a day

Mumbaikars have embraced the newly opened Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar Metro in huge numbers, having finally got a mode of transport that doesn’t take them hours to cross the suburban divide. Their new preference has cost BEST and auto rickshaws dearly.

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