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Mumbai Police

the area of present day Mumbai was under Portuguese control. The Portuguese established a basic law enforcement structure in this area, with the establishment of a Police out-post in 1661. In 1669 East India Company was given Bombay Island from king Charles II. who had acquired it when marrying a Portuguese princess a few years before. The origins of the present day Mumbai police can be traced back to a militia organised by Gerald Aungier, the then Governor of Mumbai in 1669. This Bhandari Militia...

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Water Contamination in Mumbai

In the business capital of India, There is a country named Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay. Was recently a headliner for high increase in water contamination in due to mismanagement of BMC. BMC- Bombay Municipal corporation, is a corporation of the water and sewage systems dealing within the city. Water crisis in Mumbai is beyond unbearable, 19% of water consumed is contaminated with sewage water, E. Coli, sand particles, and other harmful bacterial content besides other foreign particles. "According...

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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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Recommendations for Increased Productivity: Mumbai Call Center

MUMBAI, INDIA CALL CENTER: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY Submitted to: Sharon Johnson, Vice President On July 14, 2005 Submitted by: Justin Sheets, Operations Director INTRODUCTION At your request, I have investigated the circumstances behind the diminished call capacity, operational mistakes, and customer complaints originating out of the call center in Mumbai, India. As internal records detail, these issues have continued to affect the call center and remain unmitigated...

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An Analysis of the Organizational Culture Prevalent Among the Dabbawalas of Mumbai

Analysis of the Organizational Culture Prevalent Among The Dabbawalas of Mumbai The Dabbawala tiffin delivery system is perhaps a unique example of a world renowned business that operates with extremely high efficiency despite lacking the use of any significant technological tools. Tasked with delivering a large number of hot home-cooked meals from their client’s residences to offices, the organization has ingeniously used the Mumbai suburban train network in order to facilitate their operation. The...

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Comparison on High Population Density Between Mumbai, India and Shanghai, China

Valley is one of the world's earliest urban civilizations, along with its contemporaries, Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt that were all located along rivers. Mumbai, India vs. Shanghai ,China Since India and China are one of the fastest growing populations, it is only fair that I chose them as my topics. I will be comparing and contrasting Mumbai, India and Shanghai, China as they are the financial and commercial capitals of their countries. India with its population of nearly 1.22 billion people and...

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Indoor Play Areas In Mumbai Case Study

Indoor Play Areas In Mumbai For Kids Thanks to the summer season, the sun is shining upon us and it is almost impossible for kids to play in open spaces and neighborhood parks. Keeping your active kids busy can become quite a task at such a time, especially if the vacations are going on. So how do you fulfill your kid’s play needs without letting him get the heat stroke? Indoor play area is the solution to all your problems. Listed below are the top 10 Indoor Play Areas in Mumbai to keep your little...

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Mumbai and India

http://www.studymode.com/essays/Essay-On-India-Of-My-Dream-1445580.html http://www.studymode.com/essays/India-Of-My-Dreams-1315397.html Home About Site Content Quality Guidelines Suggest Us Report Errors Contact Us Our country India has completed 63 years of her independence. In every walk of life, we find Indians on the top. For example, earlier in sports we found Indians winning only in cricket, but now we have been captivating other sports like Chess, Boxing, and Badminton...

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Textile Industry of Mumbai

Textile industry of Mumbai Girangaon (Marathi: गिरणगाव, literally "mill village") was a name commonly used to refer to an area now part of central Mumbai, India, which at one time had almost 130 textile mills, with the majority being cotton mills. The mills of Girangaon contributed significantly to the prosperity and growth of Mumbai during the later nineteenth century and for the transformation of Mumbai into a major industrial metropolis.[1] Girangaon covered an area of 600 acres (2.4 km2), not...

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Mumbai-the City of Dreams

Mumbai – the city of dreams, the city of broken dreams. Millions go unnoticed like sand castles washed away at the beach, millions are attracted by the skyscrapers of Elphinstone, and millions are immortalized like the Elephanta-s. From Haji Ali to Siddhivinayak, from local trains to the Vada Pav, from the boulders of Bandstand to the sands of Juhu, from Mangeshkar to Tendulkar, from the Khans to the Bachchans, it is ‘Aamchi Mumbai’ all the way. From the trawlers’ struggle for fresh catch to the...

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