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  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. Urbanisation has changed the face of Mumbai

    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...

  3. 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...

  4. Socio Mumbai Final Paper

    Cassidy Professor Barnum SOCI 230 10 November 2014 The Impacts of Informal Settlements on Environment and Health in Mumbai As urban population growth has drastically increased in Mumbai, a lack of available space has caused the informal city to grow at an alarming rate, bringing with it implications for...

  5. 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...

  6. Mumbai

    Mumbai Mumbai, the city that never sleeps, is the commercial capital of India. Mumbai is pulsating, alive, always on the move, vibrant, fun and much more. Mumbai, also called as Bombay, is the most modern city of India. Mumbai symbolizes the spirit of vibrant and changing India. The history of Mumbai...

  7. Go Green

    Presentation Competition Date -21/11/2010 “Progression of our nation towards Go Green” 1. Introduction You only have to look around and think to understand and realize the graveness and urgency, of why we need to “Go Green”. The computer you are using to view this document is guzzling up power and generating...

  8. Development Issues in Mumbai: Insights at an MMRDA Complex, Kanjurmarg

    Development Issues in Mumbai: Insights at an MMRDA Complex, Kanjurmarg DEVELOPMENT RELATED ISSUES IN MUMBAI The purpose of this study is to understand the issues related to development in the city of Mumbai and to unearth the paradoxically different repercussions & meaning such development may...

  9. Mumbai 26/11

    religious communities and Naxalite radical movements.[citation needed] 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...

  10. Green Building Guide

    ® IGBC Green Homes ® IGBC Green Homes Rating System Ver 1.0 Abridged Reference Guide April 2009 Confederation of Indian Industry CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre ® IGBC Green Homes ® IGBC Green Homes Rating System Ver 1.0 Abridged Reference Guide April 2009 ...

  11. Mangroves in Mumbai

    Introducing Mangrove Mitigation to the Urban Development in Mumbai. Shruti Gururaj Kaujalgi A thesis presented to the faculty of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Of Master in Landscape Architecture Dean Bork, Chair Patrick...

  12. Mumbai - Essay 1

    MUMBAI: Maharashtra registered a thrilling 95-92 victory over South Central Railway in the men's round-robin league of the second Savio Cup-Don Bosco all India basketball championship at the Don Bosco School court, Matunga, here. Meanwhile, Central Railway women defeated Maharashtra 81-34 helped by Indu's...

  13. 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...

  14. Mumbai Attack

    26/11 Mumbai Attacks Terrorism can be found all over the world. Terrorists are from various nationalities. Terrorist have committed several attacks and have caused several people to lose their loved ones. Anyone can be a victim of terrorism. In 2008 Mumbai attacks, there were eight more attacks...

  15. New Delhi

    Delhi is the traditional and present day capital of India. It is the third largest city in the world, and is also the second largest metropolis after Mumbai with a population of over 13 million. Delhi encompasses the nearby cities of Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad & Faridabad to form the NCR region. Delhi /NCR...

  16. 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...

  17. 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...

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    nations with that of developed nations. We would come to a conclusion that the population of the cities located in the developing world like Karachi, Mumbai, Delhi and Dhaka will grow faster than that of the developing world like Osaka and Tokyo. Challenges Challenges faced by urban immigrants like resource...

  19. Mumbai Traffic Police

    MUMBAI TRAFFIC POLICE TRAFFIC MANUAL Map of Mumbai Police Commissionerate :- FACTS & FIGURE :Facts & Figures Area Population (2001 Census)  Vehicle Population ( March 2007) Road Length Vehicles per km Road Length 437.71 Sq. Km   (Excluding National Park) 1.19 Crore 15.03 Lac 1941 Km 717 per...

  20. Green Marketing Examples

    GREEN MARKETING PRACTICES OF INDIAN FIRMS Introduction According to the American Marketing Association, green marketing is the marketing of products that are presumed to be environmentally safe. Thus green marketing incorporates a broad range of activities, including product modification, changes to...

  21. GREEN MARKETING

    GREEN MARKETING A PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED BY: AVTAR GUJRAL ROLL NO. 121330 in partial fulfilment for the award of the degree of BACHELOR OF COMMERCE(HONS) DELHI UNIVERSITY S.G.G.S.C.C. COLLEGE, DELHI 2015 DECLARATION This is to certify that the project work entitled “ GREEN MARKETING”...

  22. Street Hawkers and Public Space in Mumbai

    Street Hawkers and Public Space in Mumbai Author(s): Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria Source: Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 41, No. 21 (May 27 - Jun. 2, 2006), pp. 2140-2146 Published by: Economic and Political Weekly Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4418270 . Accessed: 27/03/2013 05:14 Your...

  23. Environmental Problems of Mumbai

    Environmental Problems of Mumbai CED Owi Kale St. Xavier’s College Environmental Problems of Mumbai Mumbai- the name conjures up images of high skyscrapers, wide roads, the sea-kissed Marine Drive, a land of opportunity and enterprise. A city full of paradoxes, Mumbai is a microcosm of India...

  24. Dabbawala Mumbai report

    their work load affecting the health mentally as well as physically. People have to cope up with the fast pace of life especially in metro cities like Mumbai. The standard of living in rural areas as well as urban areas has been ever-increasing which will further raise the strain and pressures on human mind...

  25. 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...

  26. Go Beyond Clean Skin

    AP English and Language Composition Because You’re Worth It. “Go beyond clean skin,” is an ad for a new product from L’Oréal Paris and is found in a Teen Vogue issue on March of 2011. This ad targets teenagers, mostly teenage girls, who want a face free of breakouts. The ad uses many strategies...

  27. 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...

  28. 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...

  29. 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...

  30. 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. ...