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Sep 25, 2017
Watch: Mumbai's once iconic 'Padmini' taxis near the end of the roadNow, entering 2018, the number of Padminis on the streets of Mumbai couldn't be more than 200-300, and the number continues to drop at an increasingly fast pace. According to the government's rule, by 2020, no Padmini will be allowed to ply on the streets.
Aug 14, 2014
From the Amby to IndiGo: Here's how far we've travelled in #FreeIndiaIndians love to travel. Even before we could afford to go abroad, we flocked to our temple towns and sea beaches and mountains in droves. The destinations have not changed that much but how we traveled has changed dramatically since 1947.
May 25, 2014
Why the death of the Ambassador car and the licence raj is good newsIn a way, the death of the Ambassador (it’s not officially dead, but it seems imminent) underlines the distance that India has travelled in the past three decades –and the vice-like grip that the beneficiaries of the infamous licence raj and crony capitalism once had on Indian consumers.
Aug 08, 2013
End of an era: Mumbaikars prefer Santro to 'mazboot' Fiat taxiMumbai's iconic Premier Padmini taxis are all set to disappear from the streets. What do the taxi drivers feel about this change? Firstpost spoke to a few of them to find out.
Dec 11, 2012
When Sachin made his debut, petrol was Rs 8.50 per litreThe official name of Kolkata was still Calcutta, and would remain so till 2001.