A Testing 24 Hours For Maximum City

With the rains in Mumbai unprecedented since 2005 in it’s ferocity, the city braces itself for another testing 48 hours. Since Mumbai struggled in waist-deep water yesterday, pummelled by what weathermen believe could be the worst rain since July 2005. People were urged to stay home unless it was ‘absolutely necessary’ to venture out. The city received NINE times more rain than the average yesterday, submerging most of the city in a scene out of an apocalyptic

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Sealed With A Kiss! – Check Out The Reading Room

Ever thought of hearing what your own feelings and thoughts sound like? Maybe if you heard someone else saying it, it became more real. Giving you the chance to explore yourself from the perspective of the audience, The Reading Room, run by Anuja Ghosalkar is an enthralling concept. Fervently believing in the beauty of letters even in this technological age requires effort and perseverance. Most of all, it deserves an audience of like-minded folks with

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NO ‘TRUCK’ING WAY!!

Bandra has often set the path ahead and it’s embracing the food truck culture to the hilt! Mumbai’s First Food Truck Park opened on July 14th in Bandra West behind the famed Candies. From Burgers to Chinese, Ice Cream to Tacos, we’re now used to seeing all kinds of food trucks dotting our streets. Quick on the go and relatively economic, food trucks are increasingly slotting in to our daily lives. The Mumbai Food Truck

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For India’s First Underwater Bullet Train The Drilling Works Have Begun.

Last year, India was in talks with Japan, who was willing to finance the country’s first ever bullet train for a mighty sum of $15 billion, at an extremely low interest rate. Done in an attempt to thwart China’s bids on other projects in India, the bullet train track would clock an estimated 508km, connecting Mumbai to Ahmedabad and slashing the time of the journey from seven to two hours.  Most of the track would

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