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Indiatimes.com

Hyperloop To Reduce Mumbai-Pune Travel Time To 15 Mins, Maharashtra Govt Signs Agreement
Indiatimes.com
MoU signed in presence of CM @Dev_Fadnavis betwn PMRDA and @HyperloopOne to conduct pre-feasibility study of routes in Maharashtra State, particularly in Pune-Mumbai region, where Hyperloop based passenger transit system can be implemented.
Virgin Hyperloop One to cut Mumbai-Pune travel time to 20 minutesBusiness Today
Mumbai to Pune in 14 minutes? US-based firm to study feasibility of hyperloop routes in MaharashtraScroll.in
Virgin Hyperloop eyes Mumbai-Pune linkHindu Business Line
WION -NDTV -Mumbai Live -Times of India
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Hindustan Times

Mumbai's Mithi among the three most polluted rivers in Maharashtra
Hindustan Times
Mumbai's Mithi among the three most polluted rivers in Maharashtra. Data from study of 29 rivers by pollution control boards between 2012 and 2015 revealed the poor condition of these rivers. mumbai Updated: Nov 17, 2017 10:32 IST. Badri Chatterjee

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Economic Times

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis dedicates proposed site for Thackeray memorial
Economic Times
MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Friday dedicated a proposed site for a national memorial for Shiv Sena founder Bal Thackeray to mark his fifth death anniversary. The site would come up at the existing Mumbai Mayor's Bungalow ...
Mumbai: Uddhav Thackeray, Fadnavis share stage on 5th death anniversary of Balasaheb ThackerayIndia Today
Bal Thackeray's fifth death anniv: 5 things that set Maharashtra's firebrand politician apartHindustan Times
Devendra Fadnavis shares dais with Sena leaders, says memorial on trackNYOOOZ
Zee News -Times of India
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Hindustan Times

OBC community to be out of creamy layer in Maharashtra?
Hindustan Times
After forming an independent department for the other backward classes (OBC) community early this year, the Maharashtra government is mulling removing them from the creamy layer category, irrespective of their income, to make them eligible for all ...


Mumbai Mirror

Maharashtra para sports meet in January
Mumbai Mirror
Mumbai: The Maharashtra Para Sports, a meet for young para athletes, is to be held here from January 26 to 28. The meet, a first-of-its kind, is being supported by the Sports Authority of India and the Government of Maharashtra and hosted by the ...


Hindustan Times

Mumbai politicians in Gujarat battle as BJP and Congress send their leaders to the battleground
Hindustan Times
The BJP Mumbai unit chief Ashish Shelar is camping in Surat, 285 km from Maharashtra's capital, with workers from the party's various wings. He is responsible for coordination in Surat's 12 Assembly constituencies. Gujarati-speaking corporators from ...

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Times of India

Industrialised Maharashtra's health report not the most glowing
Times of India
Forget about health - Mumbai provides 34% of all income taxes in the country, yet Mumbai is a pigsty compared to other financial and business capitals in the world, and Maharashtra is like South Suda... Read MoreForget about health - Mumbai provides 34 ...


Times of India

Maharashtra wants to ease closure norms for large factories too
Times of India
MUMBAI: Maharashtra's proposed labour reforms on factory closures and sackings go beyond several states, including Rajasthan. If the proposals go through, all the 37,234 factories in the state will have the option of closing down and sacking workers ...


Times of India

Maharashtra bars construction within 100 feet of hill ranges
Times of India
A Navi Mumbai-based RTI activist, Anarjit Chauhan, said the latest state government notification was a "mockery" of the campaign to protect our natural heritage like hills. "No development within a distance of just 100 feet is too small, and will not ...

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