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Mumbai Metro to extend its Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar services to 230 from January 18

Mumbai Metro One Pvt Ltd (MMOPL) resumed its services back in October after a halt of almost seven months due to the early phase of the ongoing pandemic. Now, to keep pace with the surging ridership, the metro authorities have decided to extend their Metro-1 (Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar) services from January 18. The number of trains will be stretched to 230 from 200 and along with it, gates at both ends of the stations at Saki Naka, Marol Naka, Chakala and Western Express Highway (WEH) will be thrown open to commuters.

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Mumbai University awaits resumption of local trains for all, before commencing offline classes

Post the complete shutdown of the Mumbai locals during the early phase of the pandemic, the services gradually opened up for certain sections of the population. Given the dwindling number of COVID-19 patients in the city, the complete revival of the local trains is anticipated in the near future but the government hasn't taken a final decision yet. Keeping this in mind, Mumbai University has shelved the idea of allowing offline classes till local trains are resumed for the general public.

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Unlicensed buildings in Mumbai to be repaired & maintained under the cluster redevelopment scheme!

The state government of Mumbai has now granted permission pertaining to the redevelopment of illegal buildings under cluster redevelopment scheme. This move is making way for the legalization of clumps of unaccredited establishments in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) and other urban areas across Maharashtra. This was previously applicable only on areas within the Thane Municipal Corporation limits but the state's new coalesced development control norms have made it pertinent to all. The new regulations were set in motion on the 4th of December.

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