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Development projects worth Rs 2 trillion approved in Maharashtra

CM dismissed allegations that the state lost out the race to bag another project.


Centre okays Rs 5 bn to make Ranjangaon electronics hub

The total investment of the government on this EMC will be about Rs 500 crore.


Maharashtra greenlights Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train

The announcement was made by Devendra Fadnavis


Navi Mumbai international airport to be named after DB Patil

Weeks after protest, the state government finally made a decision.


Ashwini Bhide reappointed as MD for MMRC

She will be heading the Line-3


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Around 5,000 electric charging stations will be coming up in the city of Mumbai due to the joint efforts of NAREDCO and Tata Power. The initiative was signed in the presence of Aaditya Thackeray, Minister of Tourism and Environment, Maharashtra.


Aaditya Thackeray promotes digitisation of real estate with Blox

Blox is India’s first end-to-end homebuying platform and has recently received a boost of support from Aaditya Thackeray, Cabinet Minister of Environment, Tourism and Protocol, Government of Maharashtra, at a town hall session at the Blox HeadQuarters.


Nashik launches its Climate Action Plan

After Mumbai, Aaditya Thackeray, Environment Minister of Maharashtra, has launched the Climate Action Plan (CAP) in Nashik.


BMC signs MoU with Vaitarna Solar for power generation

A MoU has been signed by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for power generation along with purchase from a hybrid solar power plant that had been previously proposed at Balasaheb Thackeray Middle Vaitarna Dam.


Samruddhi Mahamarg: A glimpse of Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway

Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway will reduce the traveling time to 8 hours.


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