Free Essays on Mumbai City Of Dreams

  1. Pratik

    makes Mumbai the 'City of Dreams'? - Groupmagix.com Blog blogs.groupmagix.com/.../What-makes-Mumbai-the-City-of-Dreams.asp...‎ * * Nov 19, 2012 - Isn't it ironic that the city which hardly sleeps is still called the 'city of dreams'? There is often a debate on whether Mumbai is a suitable...

  2. About My Hometown

    your city? I was born and brought up in Mumbai. It is located in the state of Maharashtra, on the west coast of India. It was previously known as Bombay. The word Mumbai is derived from the word Mumba which is the name of goddess Kali. There is a big temple of Goddess Mumbadevi in south Mumbai. Mumbai...

  3. 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...

  4. Mumbai..

    In Mumbai, India, during the monsoon season, the beautiful rain continuously falls from the blue, gray skies. When one looks out onto the beautiful inlet of the Arabian Sea they feel at peace with the world. As you walk down the C-shaped, six lane, concrete road, known to all as Marine Drive, the sounds...

  5. 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...

  6. Mr Yew

    horrible, recycle system was not apply in Mumbai, those rubbish was collected ad form a large garbage landfill. Environment has been polluted, therefore the slums face problem of getting clean water resource for daily use. The low education level in Mumbai effect the living standard of the local citizen...

  7. geography

    the major players in the world IT sector are present in the country.[2] The major cities that account for about nearly 90% of the sector's exports are Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Trivandrum, Noida, Mumbai and Pune. Bangalore is considered to be the Silicon Valley of India because it is the...

  8. water

    Frontier" as a result of his side's inability to win a Test series in India.[20] Victory in 2001 against the Australians marked the beginning of a dream run for India under their captain Ganguly, winning Test matches in Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, West Indies and England. The England series is also known for...

  9. Media and Radio in India

    for red hot chilli pepper is close to those 17 million people and their daily fix of music, entertainment, and information. Its operates out of 32 cities and broadcasted in 12 languages and has therefore taken over the hearts of the common man. The only days which are not easy therefore are when the...

  10. Tier Ii Real Estates

    galore for developers. Consequently, many tier-II & III cities along with various towns and suburbs are emerging as promising property hubs. For instance, Maharashtra has always been known for Mumbai, nation's financial capital but today other cities of the state like Pune, Nasik and Nagpur are also contributing...

  11. Out Door Advertising

    time, prime outdoor locations are bought over and controlled by large, long term players. A case in point would be how the BEST Bus Queue shelters in Mumbai, and the Delhi Metro Railway Corporation Out-of-Home (OOH) properties are now owned by large private OOH players. While this trend of larger players...

  12. Born Into Brothels

    struggles won by its inhabitants (for one, the HIV rate among sex workers in Sonagachi is remarkably low: 5% compared to 80% in Mumbai)”. So, is 5% safe? What about the other cities from India? Are the Indian authorities successfully in their work to improve the life in the red districts and they don’t need...

  13. Gon the Don

    About Film City                        Film City can be rightly known as a synonym to the city of Mumbai. It is located in the outskirts near Sanjay Gandhi National Park and close to the Aarey colony in Goregaon (East). Film city was the dream of Dada Saheb Phalke and is thus known on his name as...

  14. Visit to National Gallery of Modern Art New Delhi, India

    Gallery of Modern Art Project Cinema City: Research Arts & Documentary Practices. -By Ashdeep Singh National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi is the leading Indian Art Gallery. We were quite lucky to have the chance to attend the exhibition “Project Cinema City” there. The exhibition was hosted to...

  15. Mumbai- The city of Dreams

    In Mumbai, I see old and new worlds at the same time; I see and visit five-stars and dhabas at the same time. It's such a variety of culture for me that I don't think I can find anywhere else in the world.   I love Mumbai because it's a can-do, fabulously frantic city where anything is possible...

  16. Abcdefghi

    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 and give it character. ...

  17. 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...

  18. Hellllllllllllllllll

    Mumbai, earlier known as Bombay is a city of dreams as every person enters this city with a dream in his heart. Filled with vigor and excitement, vacation in Mumbai can definitely be a memorable experience for a tourist. However, it is mandatory to plan the itinerary as it can be a total chaos for one...

  19. Public Relations at Hiranandani Developers

    and computer rooms, playgrounds to name a few. In academics, the school has been ranking high and is talked about amongst the best schools in Mumbai. The Upscale Concept As the name “Upscale" symbolizes, Hiranandani Upscale will scale up the expectations and lifestyle. Hiranandani Upscale will...

  20. Jet Airway in India

    finally a deal was sealed amicably. It was announced that Air Sahara will be renamed as Jetlite. Jet Airways 45 destinations include most of the big cities in India. International destinations include Kathmandu, Colombo, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and London's Heathrow Airport and will soon start serving...

  21. 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 –...

  22. Essay

    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...

  23. 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...

  24. student and poor

    from slum Mumbai who wanted to experience the biggest day of his life; with the whole Indian nation watching -the show, ‘Who Want to a Millionaire? He answered all the question and won 20 million Ropes, he make a victory in history of the show but he is poor and uneducated from slum Mumbai this is unbelievable...

  25. 26/11, Cia, India and Pakistan

    Pakistan’s admission that its citizens were involved in the Mumbai terror attacks by “orchestrating back-channel intelligence exchanges” between India and Pakistan, a report in The Washington Post claimed Monday. “In the aftermath of the Mumbai terrorist attacks, the CIA orchestrated back-channel intelligence...

  26. Essay

    Beautiful City...Mumbai...Or Formerly Known As Bombay! But Justice Can Be Done Only When One Lives Mumbai Themselves. "The City That Never Sleeps" "The City Of Dreams"....Well, Mumbai Truly Justifies These Tags Given To It By The Millions Of Visitors Who Flock To Do A Reality Check. Mumbai, Was A...

  27. Mumbai

    One of the world’s great cities, Mumbai has been the hub of the country’s economic and industrial activity.   And yet, about three hundred years ago, Mumbai was no more than an obscure bunch of tiny islands.Sometime at the beginning of the eighteenth century these ‘islands’ were joined together and the...

  28. Water

    scarcity will be more drastic in arid and semi-arid regions. Water shortage will also be felt in rapidly growing coastal regions and in big cities. Several cities are already, or will be, unable to cope with the demand of providing safe water and sanitation facilities to their inhabitants. Indicators...

  29. Olympics

    Jadhav memorial all India wrestling competition at Karad. 'We don't celebrate the true heroes of India' By Faisal Shariff Reality is wrong. Dreams are for real. So believed Khashaba Jhadhav, India's first individual Olympic medalist. Jhadhav was the first and only one of two Indians to win an...

  30. Mumbai, India & Globalization

    Mumbai, India & Globalization. How Free Market Economy Affects the Poor. Raihan Amin Strayer University   A non-resident Indian, traveling from the USA to Bombay, who runs a travel company marketing trips for well-to-do Americans of an older age group; people, he says “who have done everything else...