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  • Why the latest Ola, Uber strike was a disaster waiting to happen and how it will impact you!

    About 1.5 million Indians drive for Uber, Ola and in Mumbai alone, there are over 45,000 Ola and Uber cabs. On Monday, many of them refused to work as thousands of drivers participated in the countrywide strike, immobilizing traffic and creating massive inconvenience for commuters.  The strike hit Mumbai the …

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  • Ache Din for Elephanta Islands!

    Elephanta Islands are probably one of the most popular tourist attractions of Mumbai city. The Islands are known for housing some of the most renowned historical artefacts and statues in India. Moreover, the island remains on top of the itinerary of anyone visiting Mumbai for the first time. Also, the …

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  • BMC hospitals to get sanitary napkin vending machines.

    For the first time in the city of dreams, Mumbai, the BMC health department will install sanitary pad vending machines, in five of its maternity hospitals. A tender regarding this has been passed and the installation will be completed by the end of February. The five maternity hospitals include Malad …

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  • How India caused anxiety in ‘gangster’s heaven’

    Taking the combat to Dawood Ibrahim was vital and his huge power lies in his money and lavish properties that he owns across the globe. He has been an asset for the ISI mainly for this reason and many intelligence reports have hinted clearly that the money that the Don …

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  • What compelled this woman to cut her hair? Watch Now

    Cancer is one of the most chronic illnesses in today’s times. Cancer not only affects you physically but also destroys you mentally, from within. We know many around us who fight the battle with cancer daily. Hundreds, in India, succumb in the war against Cancer. While there are many who …

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  • One of its kind Maker Mela to feature 10-year old entrepreneur!

    Narendra Modi’s pet project ‘Make in India’ might have suffered a huge setback, however there seems to be no dearth when it comes to budding entrepreneurs and innovator in our country. The 3-day Maker Mela is going to feature innovators from around the country which is going to be held …

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  • You can’t acquire peace through violence

    We had a hard frustrating start to the New Year 2018, with the Eastern side of the Mumbai city witnessing violence after the ‘Bhima Koregaon’ clash spilled over from the Pune city to Mumbai on Wednesday. Several areas in the city, like Sion, Bhandup, Chembur, Mulund were drastically affected, and …

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  • Why Prakash Ambedkar has called for a ‘bandh’ in Maharashtra?

    It wasn’t only the financial capital of India that witnessed violent clashes yesterday, 2nd January 2018. Even Aurangabad saw the violent clashes and protests in which public property was damaged. Several parts of Mumbai came to a near standstill yesterday after Dalits blocked the several roads in most of the …

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  • Thane Registers the Maximum Number of Drink and Drive Cases!

    Looks like ‘Don’t Drink and Drive’ is a joke for Thanekars, Mumbai.  The ‘Don’t Drink & Drive’ campaign isn’t doing any good especially in Thane. This New Year, Thane registered maximum number of ‘Drink and Drive’ cases as it toppled Maximum city Mumbai from the reckless citizen’s chart. A staggering …

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  • Come New Year Bid Farewell to Your Favorite Hookah Parlour

    Hookah Parlors are the latest buzz in town. Teenagers love to spend their parent’s hard-earned money on these intoxicating parlors every weekend. Hookah parlors are immensely popular in Metropolitan cities such as Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata and Delhi. All that is expected to change now if a new ban on hookah …

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  • Ticketless Traveller Caught in AC Train! Complains to Railway Minister

    Ticketless Traveller Caught While Traveling in AC Train! Complains to Railway Minister Mumbai received its Christmas gift in the form of the first-ever AC local train in the country. The train is first of its kind and is currently plying between Andheri – Churchgate. While Mumbai-commuters are overjoyed there is …

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  • 4 best places in India to celebrate Christmas

    HO! HO! HO! Have you been fine all year, because it’s that time of year when our adorable Santa Claus comes to the town! We Indians have our own style of celebrating the gala and we truly love it as we celebrate the spirit of Christmas that propound forgiveness, grace …

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  • Bollywood Actor-Filmmaker Neeraj Vora passes away at 54

    It is very exceptional to come across an artist who is versatile in more than just one field and manages to win hearts by all of them. Movies, words, actors and directors – all of them make lives a much exciting and bearable. One such great personality of Bollywood, actor, …

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  • “THUSABLE INDIA” – A positive initiative to help the deferentially-abled!

    2017, a year which has proven to be a year of a downslide in the count of startups in India. Success stories are vital but there are always several failures which build towards that success. It is vital to talk about such kind of failures. Sharing such kind of stories …

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  • These 4 breath-taking destinations in India will put these Hollywood locations to disgrace

    Some destinations simply just shout out loud their extreme magic on screen and make you rely on that there is nothing else you would love to see. But hold on! We are on a journey of serious sideways thinking here. When you travel across India, the mesmerising scenes of your …

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  • 5 cool and lesser known facts about Mumbai

    Mumbai – the city of dreams is among the most profound nerve centers of India, an entertainment and a business capital. It is home to approximately 20.5 million people and is it produces about 5% of India’s GDP and it is also the wealthiest city in South, West and Central …

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  • This place in Mumbai is declared as one of the seven wonders of Maharashtra

    Mumbai – the city that never sleeps, which never comes to a halt. The local trains bursting at the hem, the constant honking of vehicles and the urgent footsteps of its people with no time to waste. What if you did not have to travel all the way to Alibaugh …

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  • Did you know? ISRO’s first scientist to reach the stars in 2017 rose from a slum in Mumbai

    A target for the moon, they say, and even if you miss, you will be surely landing in stars. The inspiring journey of Prathamesh Hirve’s journey has led him to both. A 25-year-old engineer from a slum in Mumbai who resides in a humble 10 x 10 ft home at …

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  • Versova beach clean-up drive ended after Afroz Shah alleges abuse

    The Versova beach clean-up drive, one of the largest citizen initiatives the world has witnessed which is also been applauded by the United Nations and of course our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has been suspended by Afroz Shah. He had taken the initiative to clean the beach since October 2015 …

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  • This NGO in Mumbai is helping these local cooks become world famous

    Mumbai’s slums, much like other poverty ridden parts of India, have children as young as four years old working as rag pickers and sewage cleaners because of acute poverty. Gabriel Project Mumbai (GPM) is a Jewish volunteer-based NGO that cares for vulnerable children living in the city’s slums. Their work …

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  • You will be surprised after reading the verdict of Mumbai stampede which is really sad

    It is indeed sad that the safety committee concluded that rains are to be blamed for the death of 23 people dead because of a stampede at Elphinstone station. Of course, the conclusion is on the expected lines i.e., the foregone conclusion of an official investigation. We Indians have already …

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  • The Self Proclaimed Protector, Raj Thackeray needs to be stopped

    Do you remember your Civics lessons in school? The ones we studied as part of the social science subject where we were taught about the constitution of the country. The basic fundamental rights, entitled to all the citizens of India. One of the seven recognised rights by the Constitution. This …

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  • In Mumbai, a No Rent, No Sale of Flats to ‘Muslims’ Diktat?

    Last week, I ran in to one of my childhood friends. It is not imperative here to mention the religion of this friend, but for the purpose of this article, I am compelled to do so. My friend is a Muslim who shared his flat searching woes with me. He …

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  • 4 news that took place in India, today, you should be aware of

    On April 28, the Bombay High Court asked the Mumbai police to record the statement of one Niki Gupta, who accused Radhe Maa of instigating her in-laws to harass her for dowry.

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