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Aug 30, 2017
Mumbai rains: Citizens open their homes, hearts to strangers after city comes to a haltAs heavens opened up over Mumbai, its residents too opened their homes and hearts to strangers, offering assistance to those stranded in the devastating rains and floods that brought the megapolis to its knees.
Jul 28, 2017
Milind Deora column: Only a Mayor directly elected by the people of Mumbai can end the civic mess we are inMumbai is perennially plagued by host of civic hazards. Inefficient garbage disposal systems, water contamination, and ailing public health infrastructure are only some of the reminders of civic and political apathy in the city.
May 27, 2016
In a crisis, it isn't resilience but the helplessness of Mumbaikars that lets them carry onMedia tends to celebrate the ‘resilience’ of the Mumbai residents. Every time a crisis occurs, they bear it with equanimity, and look to get on with their life.
Jan 28, 2016
Reaching out: Sushma Swaraj to visit Mumbai as part of PM's directive to ministersUnion minister Sushma Swaraj will undertake a two-day visit to the city beginning on Friday as part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's directive to his ministers to reach out to the people on the work done by the NDA government.
Apr 29, 2014
Despite the heat, every third Mumbaikar skips daily bath: SurveyDespite rising pollution and unhygienic environment besides hot and humid summer conditions, 32 percent Mumbaikars do not take a bath daily, a new survey has revealed.
Sep 16, 2013
RR Patil launches initiative to sensitise Mumbaikars on terror attacksThe campaign 'Mumbai Ke Liye 1 Minute' appeals citizens to take out one minute to look around and inform police if they spot anything suspicious.
Jun 18, 2013
Every Mumbaikar needs to see this Cannes Grand Prix winnerDumb Ways to Die (for Metro Trains) picked up the Grand Prix for both Direct and PR.
Dec 28, 2011
Mumbaikars don't have the luxury to support AnnaMumbaikars have little time for themselves. The very concept of sacrificing even a little bit of this precious commodity to go and attend a political rally (and the Anna Hazare rally is one, make no mistake) is inconceivable.