"Mumbai" Essays and Research Papers

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    Also‚ noting that all major companies have their headquarters in Mumbai like the Aditya Birla Group‚ Tata Group‚ Reliance Industries Limited and so on. Also‚ the Reserve Bank of India and all major nationalized and private banks have their headquarters situated in Mumbai. This gives high impetus to investors who come and invest heavily in the stock markets. And Mumbai has two of India’s oldest stock markets in the country. These investors find it convenient to come and find everything at one place

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  • Mumbai

    Essay on Mumbai Aamchi mumbai is the popular lingo in the local language which is used by the mumbaikars while reffering to their hometown‚ Mumbai. I too am filled with pride to refer to this sumptous city as my birthplace. Ancient yet modern‚ fabulously rich yetachingly poor‚ Mumbai is India in microcosm. everyday nearly half of the city’s population commutes from far flung suburbs to downtown offices‚ banks‚ factories‚ mills etc for a living. Nearly 13 million people including weathy industrialists

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  • Mumbai

    Bollywood‚ beaches‚ bazaars‚ bargains‚ the Brits and Bombay (now back to Mumbai‚ the city’s original name) are all part of the many stories of the city’s past and present. Mumbai‚ located in the state of Maharashtra is known as the “New York of India‚” and not just because the exploding population is forecast to be 28 million in another decade. The city is so cosmopolitan that world travelers can instantly feel at ease‚ while still experiencing authentic Indian culture. It is an eclectic mix of

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  • Mumbai

    Mumbai is the Financial Capital of India Mumbai is the Bollywood city of India Mumbai is the city of local trains Mumbai is the city of dabbawallas Mumbai is the City of Ambanis Mumbai is what the Indians affectionately call – the “City of Dreams”. This fabulous city is not only the financial capital of India that serves as the center of all trade and investments‚ but also a cultural center. Mumbai is where you can possess the most distinguished designer labels and products from various fashion

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  • Mumbai and Infrastructure

    Mumbai needs infrastructure Times of India By Ajit Krishnan Partner and Sector Leader‚ Real Estate and Infrastructure‚ Ernst & Young Pvt. Ltd. and Tarika Kumar Senior Associate‚ Ernst & Young Pvt. Ltd. What you see is what you believe and we believe that Mumbai needs urban infrastructure. It needs an upgraded urban infrastructure which can cater to demands of unimaginable proportions which no other city in the world has seen‚ because its challenges are unique and have not been witnessed

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  • Mumbai Dabbawalah

    ------------------------------------------------- Dabbawala From Wikipedia‚ the free encyclopedia Mumbai Dabbahwalas A dabbawala (Marathi: डबेवाला); also spelled as dabbawalla or dabbawallah; literally meaning ("box person")‚ is a person in India‚ most commonly found in the city of Mumbai‚ who is employed in a unique service industry whose primary business is collecting freshly cooked food in lunch boxes from the residences of the office workers (mostly in the suburbs)‚ delivering it to their

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  • Slums in Mumbai

    Bombay – now known as Mumbai – is the home of Bollywood movies and India’s city of gold‚ its financial capital. Like a magnet‚ it draws in people from all over the country. But behind the glitz‚ glamour and the hype lurks a different reality – a city landscape dominated by massive‚ sprawling slums – some of the biggest in the world. According to the city housing authority‚ eight million out of the twelve million people in Mumbai live in the slums. And Mumbai is not alone. Slums are a global problem

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  • Life in Mumbai

    Life in Mumbai may just be like the life in some other city‚ or your city from outside. It’s just the same different people living well almost together‚ struggling to find their way‚ striving to make life better. They do have the differences‚ negatives and ways. But living in this city makes you realise how not so similar it is to every place in this world. How so many people from different cultures‚ states and countries can call this one city their home? On the world map Mumbai is nothing more

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  • Rape in Mumbai

    Mumbai police on lookout for second alleged rapist The day after the second survivor of a gang-rape at Shakti Mill lodged a complaint‚ the Mumbai Police said one of the accused who has fled Maharashtra and three Police teams are looking for him. The survivor had alleged that she was raped by five men at Shakti Mill on July 31‚ three of them later arrested for the gang-rape of the photojournalist at the same spot. Of the other two accused‚ the police then managed to arrest a juvenile on Tuesday

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  • Bollywood and Mumbai

    In what ways is mumbai important as a metropolitan city? Mumbai serves as an important economic hub of the country‚ contributing 10% of all factory employment‚ 40% of all income tax collections‚ 60% of all customs duty collections‚ 20% of all central excise tax collections‚ 40% of India’s foreign trade and Rupees 40 billion (US$ 9 billion) in corporate taxes. Mumbai’s per-capita income is Rs.48‚954 which is almost three times the national average. Many of India’s numerous conglomerates (including State

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