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300-year-old baobab tree in Santacruz axed for metro 2B

The 40-feet high tree, an important part of the area’s history and everyday life of the residents, was chopped by MMRDA

Mumbai, India. April 29, 2024: Local authorities cut down a 300-year-old Baobab tree on Swami Vivekanand Road (S V Road) in Santacruz, Mumbai. April 29,2024. (Photo by Raju Shinde/HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 30, 2024 09:12 AM IST

Marve’s road abutting buildings to be halved

Once this is done, the building will be restored and re-occupied again. This retrofitting comes at zero cost for the civic body as the cost will be borne by the tenants. “The tenants appointed a private consultant. They will bear the cost but those whose portion abuts the road will get the monetary benefit,” said a civic official

Marve’s road abutting buildings to be halved
Updated on Jan 13, 2024 07:20 AM IST

Life and times in the ‘Republic’ of Andheri

It has become de rigueur to see some of them to swap their personal vehicles with public transport to reach their destinations on time. A few months ago, tired of a two-hour drive from her home in Juhu to Mira Road, Hema Malini surprised her commuters when she took the metro on her way back and reached her destination in half an hour

Traffic snarls are a constant on S V Road, due to hawkers’ menace outside Andheri west station. (Anshuman Poyrekar/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Jul 23, 2023 12:59 AM IST

Police launch manhunt for two men for robbing elderly rickshaw drivers

Police launch manhunt for two men in their early twenties suspected of robbing elderly rickshaw drivers at night by pretending to need to go to the hospital.

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Updated on Apr 14, 2023 01:01 AM IST
ByMegha Sood

Juhu-Andheri residents complain of share auto menace

Andheri west railway station, which connects to Juhu beach and ISKCON temple, regularly sees a heavy presence of auto drivers trying to lure tourists who come to visit these spots, flouting traffic and RTO norms, and engaging in rash driving. Residents living near ISKCON temple said that lack of footpaths and rash driving by auto drivers have led to an increase in accidents in the past few months

Mumbai, India - April 08, 2023: An auto driver driving his autorickshaw with four passengers, one of them seated in front with him, opposite ISKCON Temple, at Juhu, in Mumbai, India, on Saturday, April 08, 2023. (Photo by Vijay Bate/HT Photo) (HT PHOTO)
Updated on Apr 10, 2023 12:48 AM IST
ByJeet Mashru
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