Free Essays on Clean Mumbai Green Mumbai

  1. Clean Up Mumbai Campaign

    Greater Mumbai Cleanliness And Sanitation Byelaws 2006 Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai Solid Waste Management Department Helping make CLEAN Mumbai Clean-Up Mumbai Campaign An MCGM Initiative Mumbai Facts • Every public space is splattered with paan stains and there is litter...

  2. CLEAN MUMBAI GREEN MUMBAI

    should stop excessive cutting of trees & forest. We should start afforestation The most important we should keep our city clean. Special provisions should be taken to keep Mumbai clean. Recently BMC have created artificial ponds for immersion of idols so that water does not get polluted . It is rightly...

  3. Abcdefghi

    born with a heightened sense of touch too. But I perceive Mumbai to be a “city of smells”. By this, I don’t imply that ours is a city full of stench and smog, no it’s much more than that! Like each home has a distinct smell of its own, Mumbai has these particular aromas and scents that define the city...

  4. Measures to Be Taken to Save River Mithi

    (FLOOD CONTROL MEASURES ON THE BANKS OF RIVER MITHI) Introduction (pg. 1) The Mythic River is a river in Falsetto Island, the island of the city of Mumbai. It is a confluence of tail water discharges of Powai and Vihar lakes. The river is seasonal and rises during the monsoons. The overflowing lakes also...

  5. Slums in Mumbai

    combination of rapid urbanization, scarce resources, and high population growth are taking a toll on individuals living in slums in poor areas such as Mumbai. Since Mumbai is a pretty expensive place to live in, it is home to some of the world’s richest and poorest people. “Today, over half of Mumbai’s population...

  6. Importance of Enviormant Education

    programs that provide citizens with an in-depth understanding of the environment. School related EE policies focus on three main components: curricula, green facilities, and training. Schools can integrate environmental education into their curricula with sufficient funding from EE policies. This approach...

  7. Stratergic Change - Hotel Industry

    the alliance with the universal set. He made good profits leading to the extension of his trade universal. In 1973, He started the Oberoi Shereton in Mumbai in 1973, which in the year 2003-2004 made a coalition with the Hilton Group of Hotels. (Taken from - www.oberoihotels.com). This alliance was conjured...

  8. Pdf of Navi Mumbai Airport

    NAVI MUMBAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT NAVI MUMBAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CIDCO - THE COUNTRY'S PREMIER TOWN PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY When Mumbai's population shot up by 40% in the decade of 1951-61 and by 43.80% in the following decade, it resulted in rapid upheaval in the way of life for the majority...

  9. Report on Taj mahal Palace hotel, Mumbai

    Roll no - KHR2011- BAIHM-60 Batch - Winter Training Duration - 15th November, 2012 - 30th April, 2013 Property - The Taj Mahal Palace And Tower, Mumbai. Improving the quality India’s largest...

  10. Majlis

    things to try to make our remembrance of Abi Abdillah al Imam al Husain (AS) a more lasting and rewarding experience: 01) Do Wudu(ablution) and wear clean clothes to attend Majlis. 02) Try to be on time in Majlis. 03) Don't stand outside and enter before the start of Majlis. 04) Switch off or keep your...

  11. Environmental Challenges in Twenty-First Century and the Indian Response

    report states that globally averaged increase in temperature since the mid-20th century “very likely” resulted from an observed rise in concentration of green house gases (GHG). Another report on the economics of climate change prepared by the former chief economist of the World Bank, Sir Nicolas Stern, for...

  12. Pollution

    fact, India did much more than any other developing country could do to control pollution. Even in controlling global warming and reduction of the Green House gases we were certainly ahead of developed countries like Canada, USA, Australia. General incentives were given by our government to design and...

  13. Bisleri Project

    the foundation of bad governance, inequity and exploitation. It is Hard to believe, but its true. Around 1.2 billion people worldwide lack access to clean drinking water. Today, there are more people in the world's hospitals suffering from waterborne diseases than any other ailment.. Providing safe drinking...

  14. Ms P D

    Vasai – Virar Corridor:  The New Gateway to Mumbai   by PR  Introduction:  Vasai  (Bassein)  was  a  large  Portuguese  enclave,  second  only  to  Goa  until  1739.  Post‐ Independence  Vasai  was  declared  as  an  agricultural  zone  till  the  late  1970s.  Its  clean  and  uninhabited  beaches  were  an ...

  15. About Green

    ABOUT GREEN YATRA Green Yatra is a registered non-profit trust and non-government organization (NGO) dedicated to the protection and conservation of our Mother Earth and Environment. We strive to maintain the integrity of the ecosystem for the benefit of all living creatures by introducing and adopting...

  16. Analysis of Terrorism in India

    India can be attributed to many low intensity conflicts within its borders. The regions with long term terrorist activities today are Jammu and Kashmir,Mumbai, Central India (Naxalism) and Seven Sister States (independence and autonomy movements). In the past, the Punjab insurgency led to militant activities...

  17. idea

    advertise their product through serial.which comes at 9pm on every satruday. 2- Charity matches sponsored by idea played between Bollywood and England at Mumbai which Bollywood wins the match and amount goes to people suffereing from cancer. 3-free outing calls for every 2min allover india. Cond. Applied on...

  18. Magic of Monsoons in Mumbai

    Mumbai Monsoons are inextricably linked not just because of alliteration, there are many many memories associations. After the scorching heat of seething summer of Mumbai, the millions here eagerly await the arrival of rejuvenating blessed rain drops of the early monsoon. As the heat starts...

  19. Leela Hotels

    Krishnan Nair, who named it after his wife. Currently The Leela, as it is commonly referred to, is a group of seven luxury palaces and hotels, located in Mumbai, Goa, Bangalore, Kovalam, Gurgaon, Udaipur and New Delhi. The group has plans to open new hotels in Chennai (2012 - September) and later in Coimbatore...

  20. strategy

    government's urban forestry project in the wasteland of Deramandi has been chosen by the United Nations Framework Convention Climate Change (UNFCC) for clean development mechanism (CDM). This essentially means that the project will be entitled to carbon credits for the extent of reduction in carbon emissions...

  21. Organizing Housekeeping Deparment

    Tower is under construction in Mumbai and on course to reach completion by 2015. It will stand as a landmark structure, representative of the burgeoning economic and cultural significance of India. Standing at 62 stories, the impressive tower will be one of the tallest in Mumbai, and will include a 350 key...

  22. Its My Own

    an overview of the beautiful hill station. Location Matheran is located in the state of Maharashtra and is about 103 kilometres from Mumbai. Matheran's lush green landscape and verdant hills attract a number of tourists to the quaint hill station every year. History Centuries have passed since an...

  23. Drought in Dharavi

    Why Survival Comes First In Mumbai Slums 3:38pm UK, Friday December 11, 2009 Anna Botting, Sky News presenter The slum-dwellers of Dharavi still talk about when director Danny Boyle came to town to shoot Slumdog Millionaire. [pic] Trash is turned into treasure in the slums - and the community...

  24. Waste to Watt

    disposed off at 4 sites CURRENT SCENARIO FOR GARBAGE INDIA More than 2.5 million tonnes generated p.a. (BCPT); growing at 1-1.33% p.a. (BCPT) MUMBAI Almost .25 million tonnes generated p.a. (BCPT); growing at 1.31% p.a. (MCGM) DEONAR Receives 5,500 tonnes ; 164 ft high over 132 Ha GORAI Receives...

  25. Green Financing

    SIDBI and its Role in Green Financing & Development Small Industries Industrial Development assistance through the MFI Development Bank of Corporations (SIDCs),Micro route has benefited more than India (SIDBI),set up on Finance Institutions (MFIs) etc. 200 lakh persons in the rural April 2,1990 under...

  26. Service Marketing by Meru Cabs

    interesting innovation, colour coding was used on coasters. A customer was given the first drink on a black coaster. The subsequent drinks followed on green, amber and red coasters. The red coaster signified that it’s time to call for a cab which comes with the message, ‘You do the drinking, we do the driving’...

  27. Private Taxi Service

    Meru Cabs - Redefining the Local Taxi Commute Commuting by taxi in cities like Mumbai and Delhi was a nightmare – constantly dealing with flat rates, faulty meters, creaking vehicles, rash rude and negligent drivers etc. That was until Meru Cabs rolled out its fleet of market redefining taxis. ...

  28. Green Home

    Abstract We as a group wanted to find out the opportunity of green homes in Mumbai elite group. We used the questionnaire method to conduct the survey amongst builders of green homes and also the elite income group which is the target market for such homes. We made a questionnaire consisting of 16...

  29. Research on Reliance Group of Industries

    400MW * Solar Power - 500MW * Hydropower - 2500MW Distribution * BSES Delhi * BSES Rajdhani * BSES Yamuna * Reliance Power Mumbai Reliance Power (R Power) currently has a generation capacity of 1500MW. The company is in the process of achieving 5000MW by 2012, 17000MW by 2015...

  30. The Application of Consumer Behavior in the Segmentation and Positioning of Chik Shampoo in the Indian Market

    Chik shampoo is a product of a Chennai based FMCG company Cavin Care. According to www.business-standard.com Article Chik mate by Gouri Shukla / Mumbai June 3, 2003 “Chik has become the second-largest shampoo brand — after fast-moving consumer goods giant Hindustan Lever Limited’s (HLL) Clinic Plus...