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megha Feb 11, 2009 5:54 AM

State starts selecting firms for Dharavi makeover read more

megha Feb 16, 2009 6:55 AM

An impossible dream has finally become a reality for the slum-dwellers of Shroffwadi in Mumbai on Sunday, 15 February 2009 as over 500 slum-dwellers became the proud owner of flats in Dadar in Central Mumbai.


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megha Feb 20, 2009 4:59 AM

Maharashtra Government may take up the Phase II of metro .... Read More

suncity Feb 21, 2009 12:53 AM

The Imperial Towers

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megha Mar 2, 2009 8:46 AM

MMRDA to provide Rs.1,000 crore for sea-link project ...... Read More

megha Aug 18, 2009 6:40 AM

Work on second metro line to begin tomorrow .... Read more

J'aime Toronto Aug 19, 2009 2:58 AM

BON SoiR...tout le monde

oui oui, beaucoup de chose sont se passer dans la ville de Mumbai, mais que est-ce que le action contre la pollution-la?
mon dieu, quelle odeur!.....il est comme un nnuage grand eet noir qui est partout sous la ville?
QUE EST-CE QUE la ville vas fair sur le polluition et les usines de charbon-la?.....faire quel que chose maintainent!.....notre planete vas mourir a cause de les pays comme le tienne! :(

megha Aug 19, 2009 9:44 AM

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Originally Posted by J'aime Toronto (Post 4413002)
BON SoiR...tout le monde

oui oui, beaucoup de chose sont se passer dans la ville de Mumbai, mais que est-ce que le action contre la pollution-la?
mon dieu, quelle odeur!.....il est comme un nnuage grand eet noir qui est partout sous la ville?
QUE EST-CE QUE la ville vas fair sur le polluition et les usines de charbon-la?.....faire quel que chose maintainent!.....notre planete vas mourir a cause de les pays comme le tienne! :(

HI J'aime Toronto nice to see u ... But i did not understand what u have written ... can u plss translate in English

megha Aug 19, 2009 9:46 AM

DLF, India’s largest real estate developer, has emerged as the sole bidder for the 350.71-acre land parcel in Gurgaon put up for DLF. .... Read more ... is DLF was part of delhi metro ?

J'aime Toronto Aug 19, 2009 8:12 PM

oh sorry, i am not good in englsih but i will try...
i wanted to ask what the india is doing on the pollution problems in the country..
i mean it is really important that something is done soon be cause the planete is in trouble...there is all them buildings going up but where is the "green building techniques?"....i am very interestd to know what the cvountry india is doing there to slow the affects of the worming of the planete..
because from all the stoires that i listened i heard that it is veryt dirty there and there are gharldy any small progrtams like recylincg there.....PLESE DO SOMETHING, BECAUSE OTHER PPL IN TEH WORLD ARE!
thanks you

megha Aug 26, 2009 10:14 AM

The state government on Tuesday approved the blueprint for the proposed statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji in the sea off Marine Drive, and even began the process of appointing a developer for its construction, although it has yet to secure clearance from the Union environmental ministry. ... Read More

MINUS Sep 14, 2009 3:39 PM

100 Storey tower set to be city's tallest
 
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ardeo is all set to see the construction of a 100-storey tower - slated to be the tallest in the city - as part of a redevelopment project opposite Bhatia Hospital. The first 10 floors of the 325-metre tall building will be reserved for parking.

The Building Proposals Department of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) recently received a proposal for cluster development of the 12,202.44 square metre area, which now has chawls, the Income Tax Office building, the Matru Mandir complex and a few other structures. Besides the 100-storey tower, it will house five 25-storey towers and a 55-storey tower.

“We have received a proposal for the project, and forwarded it to the high-power committee of the Urban Land Ceiling Department. Once the committee approves, it will come back to us for further procedure,” confirmed Ashok Shintre, Chief Engineer, Development Plan department of the BMC.

The seven buildings under the project will have parking space for 1,600 cars. The developer will hand over parking space for 800 cars to the BMC free of cost for public use. The developer will also have to hand over 2,000 square metres of the plot to the BMC for a mandatory recreation ground.

The project will enjoy a Floor Space Index (FSI) of 4, under Section 33(9) of the Development Control Rules. “We encourage cluster development to phase out as many old buildings as we can. This project will get the benefit of maximum FSI under the rules,” Shintre said.

Construction work is due to start within a year. The first five towers will accommodate the 241 occupants of the existing chawls, and also have tenements for project-affected persons (PAP) of BMC and the Maharashtra Housing Area Development Authority (MHADA). More than 180 occupants of the existing 25-storey tower will be housed in the highest tower, sources said.

“While chawl occupants will be given 300 sq. ft carpet area homes, residents of the 25-storey tower will get 10 per cent more than the area of their existing flats or 1,000 sq. ft, whichever is more. We will also create a corpus fund, the interest on which will take care of maintenance of the towers in future,” said a member of Tropical Realtors Private Limited, the developers undertaking the project.

“The saleable towers will have all modern amenities including swimming pools and gymnasium. Most of the flats will be of approximately 2,500 sq.ft. area. There will be many terrace flats,” said Arun Dube, architect of the project.
Courtesy : Mumbai Mirror

MINUS Sep 15, 2009 6:51 AM

Matru Mandir Tower
 
1st 10 floors are clearly parking lot. The rest 90 are residential floors.

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MINUS Sep 15, 2009 3:48 PM

Rosedale Tower - 1
 
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MINUS Sep 15, 2009 5:48 PM

The Imperial Towers,Tardeo
 
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MINUS Sep 16, 2009 1:33 AM

Elphinstone Mills Tower,Parel
 
Picture Copyright : Subhash

MINUS Sep 16, 2009 4:43 AM

Building area around the Planet Godrej Building
 
Courtesy: Pravin 'Da' Kamat

MINUS Sep 16, 2009 5:52 AM

Palais Royale, Worli
 
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MINUS Sep 16, 2009 9:19 AM

Sheth Beaumonde, Prabhadevi
 
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MINUS Sep 16, 2009 9:49 AM

‘3 or more in a car can take fast lane’
 
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MUMBAI: Mumbai’s traffic police on Monday filed an affidavit before the Bombay high court, proposing the ‘High Occupancy Lane’ project as a
possible solution to the city’s traffic congestion.

They have mooted demarcation of a “fast’’ lane on major arterial roads exclusively for cars that carry three or more passengers. They claim the move will encourage people to use car pools.

The trial run is proposed to be from Mahim to Haji Ali junction and Suman Nagar to Nesbit junction on the western and eastern corridors respectively. The court is scheduled to hear the arguments on Tuesday.
Source : Times of India


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