Civic body's public health department trains its medical staff for dealing with monsoon-related diseases in city

MUMBAI: The BMC has decided to appoint Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (ICAR-CMFRI) to study the impact of its ambitious Mumbai Coastal Road project on the livelihood of fisherman and o

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“Mumbai has long taken its coastal wind for granted. Soon, the wind will be unable to clean pollutants in the air,” said Yash Mar-wah, founder of Let India Breathe

District Collector Naval Kishore Ram on Wednesday said over 200 tankers are being used to provide water to these villages but the number of tankers is expected to rise.

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The civic body has decided to act tough against vendors selling such unhygienic drinks which may cause water-borne diseases among consumers.

The ground-plus-one storey slums next to Mahalaxmi carshed, where trains are cleaned and washed, have become a mini dumping ground.

You may have never heard of Bandra megavirus or Kurlavirus. These are some new giant viruses found in water samples in Mumbai by Indian scientists.

The state’s health department said that there had been a spurt in H1N1 cases due to climatic changes.

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