Concentration of fine pollutants found to be way beyond permissible limit

The arguments for and against the coastal road in Mumbai are long-drawn and expected to stretch over the week.

Mumbai was ranked as the most traffic-congested city in the world for the second straight year, while Delhi was at fourth place.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of K. Kumar, Conscious Citizen Forum Vs State of Maharashtra dated 27/05/2019 regarding construction and selling of flats resulting in damage to the Parsik Hill and the green belt at Navi Mumbai. Construction would involve cutting of trees and disturbance of forest land. Quarrying along the hill is destroying the bio-diversity, forest and affecting the water bodies. It is submitted that to prevent further destruction of bio-diversity and the hills, there is need to debar any further construction adjacent to hill slopes and hilltops.

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

“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

How does the state govern cities where much of the economy is informal, on the margins of state regulatory institutions?

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.