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If there is one city in India which never sleeps, it is Mumbai. In order to not only keep our Mumbaikars updated but to also give an in-depth understanding of what the latest news from this city means for its dwellers, Rohini Ramanathan, RJ, Radio Nasha (@rotalks) discuss the latest headlines every morning. This is a Hindustan Times production, brought to you by HT Smartcast
 
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The NCRB report shows cyber offences rose by 18% in Mumbai in 2021 but the actual numbers may be much more as many cases have gone unreported or many written complaints were not converted into FIRs. Tune in to know more about the NCRB report with RJ Rohini!Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
This year, the ten-day festival of Ganeshotsav will begin on Wednesday, August 31. Keeping in mind the festival and the Ganpati visarjan that will be followed, the Mumbai police issued a traffic advisory. What's the good news and what you should keep in mind before travelling? Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
In this episode of Mumbai Smart news, RJ Rohini talks about the Mumbai traffic police being geared up with elaborate arrangements for the 10-day Ganeshotsav beginning August 31. According to traffic police officers, five traffic police control rooms will be set up at essential immersion places.Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
BMC will implement paid on-street parking in four administrative wards in the city, which will allow citizens to park their vehicles in designated areas under CCTV surveillance. Tune in to this episode as RJ Rohini explains how you will get a designated parking spot.Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
According to Doctors, an average of 150 cases of spine and neck pain issues are attended on an OPD basis of which five to 10 per cent of the cases are of bikers who ride daily to go to the offices as there are more pothole issues during the rainy season. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more.Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Mumbai witnessed heavy showers on Tuesday as the rain intensity increased in the city after a gap of a few days, temperature in Mumbai is expected to hover around 27 degrees as the city may witness moderate to heavy rainfall on Wednesday. Tune in to know with RJ Rohini!Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Mumbai Police will soon launch an initiative to reunite missing or abducted children with their families. The ‘Operation Reunited’ will be started on August 15, the country’s 75th Independence Day, and go on till September 15. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know how we can contribute to this initiative.Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
A monsoon trough in the vicinity of coastal Maharashtra is also expected to shift southward of its normal position around August 5, which will lead to another active rain spell in and around Mumbai, according to IMD. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Following the increase in LPG, fuel, and electricity tariffs all in one month, retail prices of vegetables have shot to Rs 100-120 per kilo—even Rs 160 in certain cases, Families that consume only vegetarian meals during the ongoing holy month of Shravan are greatly affected. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
Mumbai traffic police has informed Mumbaikars that Aarey road will remain temporarily shut for 24 hours from tonight. The decision to suspend vehicular movement on Aarey road has been taken due to the various works being carried out by the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation & Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai. Tune in RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
According to Skymet Weather, there are no new monsoonal systems predicted for Mumbai in the next few days. Until July 24, the city is expected to witness light rain with cloudy skies, as per the Indian Meteorological Department. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
The price of vegetables is likely to increase in the coming days if the rain fails to subside. The Agricultural Produce Market Committee traders claimed that due to the heavy rains, the supply of vegetables has gone down and so has the number of people visiting the market. As on Friday, there was only an increase in the prices of leafy vegetables. …
 
As per the data shared by civic officials, the number of potholes reported in the past year has declined by 30%. Between April 1 and July 7, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) filled 7,211 potholes, while 10,199 potholes were reported in Mumbai during the same period last year, the data states. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
Mumbai Angry with the continuing pothole menace in Mumbai, Citizen-activists, mainly from the western suburbs have started a postcard campaign with the message ‘Get Well Soon’ to grab the attention of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation in the old-school way. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
With each passing day, travelling in the local trains has become a task for Mumbaiites in the monsoon season. To make it convenient and bring relief for the passengers from getting wet while boarding the locals, the Central Railway has planned to put up a long-span roof at Masjid Bunder and Parel railway stations. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know mor…
 
Following repeated requests from shopkeepers, the BMC is considering postponing the deadline for changing shop signboards to Marathi. Traders and retailer associations on Tuesday welcomed the new chief minister and requested more time, citing a shortage of signboard artists. “We are getting requests from retailer associations to give an extension f…
 
Hotels, restaurants are now not allowed to add the service charge on your bill. CCPA said in its order that consumers can lodge complaint on National consumer Helpline number 1915 against the hotel/restaurants charging service charges. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
With the beginning of the monsoon, Mumbaikars are breathing probably the healthiest air. On Friday, the city's air quality index (AQI) reached probably its best mark since the lockdown. Mumbai's Air Quality Index (AQI) was 10 on Friday (01 July 2022), the best ever recorded by the System of Air Quality-Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR), and …
 
According to the BMC's weekly health update, dengue cases are increasing in south Mumbai and parts of the eastern suburbs. "All monsoon-related diseases are under control, but dengue cases are increasing in E ward (Reay Road and Madanpura areas) and S ward (Kannamwar Nagar and Tagore Nagar areas)," said BMC executive health officer Dr. Mangala Goma…
 
This year, there will be no plaster of Paris idols for the Ganesh festival, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation reiterated during a meeting with the Sarvajanik Ganesh Utsav Samanvay Samiti, on Monday. Civic chief Iqbal Singh Chahal said, “This year, we have issued an advisory. From next year, there will be punishment, too.” As per the guidelines…
 
Mumbai Inadequate rainfall during June means that Mumbaikars will be facing a 10% cut in regular water supply, starting today (June 27). The overall water stock in the seven lakes that supply water to the city has dipped below 10%. What's the reason behind this? Tune in to know with RJ Rohini!Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
After steadily rising since mid-May, the city and state recorded a decline in Covid-19 cases on Wednesday. Active cases in Maharashtra decreased from 24,915 on Tuesday to 24,639 on Wednesday, while in Mumbai, the number decreased from 14,146 to 13,501. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Mumbai University has announced that only state board students can complete the online forms for admission to First Year Junior college. Class11 aspirants, affiliated to non-state education boards such as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), will have to wait to do t…
 
Focused on bringing about positive social impact across sectors, Maharashtra transport commissioner Avinash Dhakne will launch Mumbai's first simulator for two-wheeler riders at Tardeo RTO on Friday. But what all does this programme entail? Tune in with RJ Rohini to know.Mumbai Smart News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Since the Mumbai traffic police started penalizing pillion riders as well for not wearing helmets, 25,076 pillion riders have been caught in the last 10 days across the city. Out of the 25,076, the highest number of pillion riders have been caught in the South region at 10,948. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
Despite the IMD's ‘orange’ alert, indicating a strong chance of ‘heavy to very heavy rain’ at isolated places on Monday, the S-band doppler weather radar (DWR) in Colaba has remained inoperative for the last four days. How does it affect the city and what are the predictions for rain? Tune in to know more with RJ Rohini.…
 
Amid Mumbai's 15 percent Test Positivity Rate (TPR), the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is on the hunt for those who have yet to receive the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. BMC personnel have begun calling up people to tell them to get the second dose. BMC personnel have begun calling people to remind them to receive the second dose.…
 
For the next 15 days, no local trains will stop at Mahim harbour station in the down direction towards Bandra/Goregaon. This is because the authorities are working on removing a curve and increasing train speed. Once the curve is realigned, trains can run at 50 kmph on crossovers. Once this work is complete, work will begin on the up CSMT-bound pla…
 
Keeping women passengers’ safety in mind, the BrihanMumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST)’s app-based bus service will have an added feature of ‘Home Reach’ to ensure passengers reach their residences safely. The feature will be available for those traveling by BEST premium/luxury buses. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
Malaria, dengue and gastroenteritis cases are on the rise even before monsoon has hit the city. The first five days of June have seen nearly 60 hospitalisations due to malaria, 80 caused by gastroenteritis, and 10 by dengue. What can be the cause behind this and which areas are majorly affected? Tune in to know with RJ Rohini.…
 
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