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    Here are the winners of Tata Mumbai Marathon 2020

    Mumbai's popular event, Tata Mumbai Marathon 2020, was held successfully on Sunday, January 19, 2020, where more than 55,000 participated in the run. The event was held in 4 categories - dream run, 10k, 21k and 42k. Debutant runner at Tata Mumbai Marathon, Derara Hurisa, from Ethiopia won the International Elite Full Marathon Men's category. The Indian Elite Full Marathon was won by Srinu Bugatha...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    64-year-old dies due to a cardiac arrest at Tata Mumbai Marathon

    One of Mumbai's most popular events, Tata Mumbai Marathon, was held on Sunday, where more than 55,000 runners participated in the event. Some of the runners this year were admitted to hospital, owing to health issues during the marathon. As per reports, seven participants suffered a cardiac arrest and one passed away today during the marathon. Identified as Gajanan Maljalkar, the...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Movie Review: 'Jai Mummy Di' is utter rubbish

    'Bad - worse - worst' - these forms of superlative and comparitive adjectives have been used in the past for many Bollywood films. Luv films' recent release 'Jai Mummy Di' starts on a bad note, and in no time escalates to getting worse, and ends up becoming the worst entertainer. Starring Sunny Singh and Sonali Sehgal in the lead roles, the film hopes to entertain one, but does the opposite! Supriya...

    • 3 days ago
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    Traffic congestion costs Daily commuters in Mumbai 85 minutes every day

    A study conducted by ITDP India in partnership with the Symbiosis School of Economics has revealed the sorry state of traffic congestion in Mumbai. The study revealed that an average Mumbaikar loses 85 minutes in a day stuck in traffic jams. The traffic congestion gets worse in the evenings with around 90% of the citizens reportedly affected. This study covered a total of...

    • 4 days ago
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    State Advocate General recommends calling fresh bids for Dharavi Redevelopment Project

    The ambitious Dharavi Redevelopment Project (DRP) has seen numerous pitfalls since it was first planned. More recently, the authorities called for a bid with two groups making the final cut - Dubai based M/s SecLink Technologies Corporation and M/s Adani Infrastructure & Developers Pvt Ltd. With a base price of Rs 3,150 crore, SecLink quoted Rs 7,500...

    • 4 days ago
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    MMRCL completes 87 per cent of excavation work for Metro 3

    The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (MMRCL) has finished the excavation work for 13 lines ofMetro 3 line. Overall, 87 per cent of the excavation work has been completed for this line. MMRC had started work on Metro 3 line (Colaba to Seepz) in 2015. Nearly 4 years after starting the project, the corporation has finished overall 87 per cent work at the project site. The Metro 3 line...

    • 5 days ago
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    Mumbai students stage anti-CAA protest during the India-Australia ODI

    Some students staged a protest at Mumbai's Wankhade stadium at the first one day international (ODI) held on Tuesday between India and Australia. The group of students was seen wearing the anti-CAA slogan t-shirts, which read 'No CAA, No NRC and No NPR.' However, some Modi followers responded to this with Modi-Modi chants, thereby both the groups grabbed eyeballs at the...

    • 5 days ago
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    Motorists in Mumbai can expect improved roads by monsoon 2021

    The BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) has proposed a massive upheaval of existing roads across key points of Mumbai at a cost of Rs 118 crores. This project will see the improvement of concrete roads as well as side strips in areas like Borivali, Gorai, Magathane, Goregaon, Malad, Malwani, and others.However, as per the proposals, this project will take 16 months to complete,...

    • 5 days ago
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    ₹4 Lakhs for an Uber ride from Churchgate to Prabhadevi!

    Mumbai locals are the lifeline of the city, but a large chunk of the population depend on cabs to transport them from one place to another. The dependency of cabs is more for people in South Mumbai as autos are not allowed to ply in this region. Apart from the traditional kaali-peeli, people also rely on the app aggregating apps such as Ola and Uber to get them from one place to another...

    • 6 days ago
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    Don't Have a Car Insurance? Now your car can be seized on the spot

    The State Transport Commissioner recently stated that if the vehicle owner does not have insurance then the traffic police personnel or Regional Transport Office (RTO) Officials can seize the vehicle on the spot. In such cases, the vehicle will only be handed over to their owners only after the vehicle is insured. Chembur: Parking lot non-functional after a year of construction:...

    • 6 days ago

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