Marine Drive: News
21 Jul 2022Mumbai
Some residents living along the famed Marine Drive road have complained of "strange vibrations" in their houses at high tide.
23 Sep 2021Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has completed 40% physical work of the Rs. 12,000 crore-worth coastal road project from Marine Drive to Worli, including a one-km-long tunnel, BMC Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal said on Thursday.
08 Jun 2020Mumbai
It was a lovely Sunday evening in Mumbai, as many people stepped out to get some fresh air and roam around at the iconic Marine Drive.
11 May 2020India
Model and actor Poonam Pandey and her friend were on Sunday booked by the Mumbai Police for violating the coronavirus-induced lockdown, according to reports.
03 May 2020Indian Army
As a token of appreciation to the frontline warriors in the fight against COVID-19, the Indian Armed Forces began a flypast Sunday morning.
15 Feb 2019Alia Bhatt
Zoya Akhtar's latest outing Gully Boy, like much of her filmography so far, is set in a big city- a city so big that it makes it excruciating for people like Murad (Ranveer Singh) to even dream in the backdrop of their grim realities.
10 Jan 2019Mumbai
The 29.2 km-long coastal road project in Mumbai will give rise to the city's longest promenade, overtaking the iconic walkway at Marine Drive in south Mumbai, a senior civic official has said.
09 Jan 2019Mumbai
Mumbai Police are having a hard time answering nature's call because of the pathetic and foul-smelling toilets in the police stations.
11 Nov 2018Mumbai
In Mumbai, 100 cases were filed against locals for flouting Supreme Court order on firecrackers, and 53 against firecrackers vendors.
02 Oct 2018Mumbai
A swanky and eco-friendly public toilet equipped with solar panel and vacuum technology to save water has come up at Marine Drive in South Mumbai.
06 Sep 2018Mumbai
A fortnight after a high-rise in Parel caught fire, leading to two casualties, an RTI query has revealed that Mumbai has witnessed a stunning 48,434 fire incidents in the past decade, which means there is an inferno almost every other day.
01 Sep 2018Mumbai
Five girls, students of a South Mumbai school, have gone missing. The girls who are studying in Class 8 at the private school did not return to their respective homes from school yesterday afternoon, after which their parents approached the police.
14 Apr 2018Mumbai
Several farmers from Osmanabad were seen throwing crates full of vegetables outside Mantralaya as a mark of protest in Mumbai on Friday.
17 Oct 2017Mumbai
Demanding salary hikes, employees of the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) will be on strike indefinitely from the midnight of October 16th.
21 Sep 2017Bollywood
Yesteryear leading lady Shakila, who has appeared in cult movies like 'Hatim Tai' (1956) and 'CID' (1956), passed away yesterday after a heart attack. She was 82.
07 Sep 2017Mumbai
Mumbai's Marine Drive "Heritage" precinct has been nominated by the government to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list.
05 Sep 2017Mumbai
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is planning to appoint the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay at a Rs. 1.91cr cost for studying the elevation-levels of buildings on south Mumbai's Malabar Hill.
12 Jul 2017Mumbai
Commuters can now browse the internet as 19 stations on Mumbai suburban rail network are provided with free Wi-Fi facility.
29 Jun 2017Mumbai
Transport minister Diwakar Raote will launch a new app of taxi unions-Amachi (Our) Drive-that will enable Mumbaiites to book black-and-yellow taxis just like Ola and Uber, but without surge pricing.
28 Jun 2017Mumbai
Mumbai had another round of downpour for the fourth consecutive day that caused huge traffic snarls and train delays for commuters.
26 May 2017Mumbai
The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) put a price cap on 31 common drugs like glucose, morphine, paracetamol, ibuprofen and snake venom antiserum.
25 May 2017Mumbai
With the implementation of GST, Octroi duties will be scrapped, which means those working in the Octroi department will lose their jobs.
31 Mar 2017Mumbai
A government resolution released on Thursday said 1,231 guards will be deployed at 14 medical colleges of the state in order to provide better security to the doctors.