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An ‘Abode’ for creativity

On a narrow lane, off the busy Colaba Causeway in Mumbai, a stairway in a heritage building leads up to the boutique hotel Abode. Within the short time that it has been part of the cityscape, it’s already carved a niche for itself as an iconic location — ... Deccan chronicle, 6 days ago

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Mid Day, 1 month ago

Squeaky-clean SoBo: Vendors on Colaba Causeway get litter bins

The stall owners at one of south Mumbai’s popular street shopping destinations, Colaba Causeway, were in for a surprise on Thursday evening
 Times of India2 months ago
Business Standard India

BLOG: The BEST bus struggles to keep pace

My memorable first ride on a Mumbai bus was as easy as 123. Literally. That was the route number of the BEST (Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport) bus that I rode frequently with my parents when I was a child. It was a picturesque and ...
 Business Standard India2 days ago
Indian Express

Humour in the City

Paul Fernandes captured the eccentricities of the people of old Bombay in his cartoons Paul Fernandes remembers the Bombay of a simpler time. Living in the city from 1978 to 1983, when the rent for a room was Rs 700 but one needed to take up three ...
 Indian Express6 days ago

India rolls out a big welcome mat for tourists with relaxed visa policy

If you thought Delhi belly, poverty, the elements and bad roadswere the biggest stumbling blocks to tourism in India, a countrythat enjoys a deserved reputation as the world'sgreatest, most hospitable, most spiritually advanced civilisation, youd be ...
 BizNews.com1 week ago Welcome to India. Please?  News India Times2 weeks ago India puts out a welcome mat for tourists  Livemint.com2 weeks ago
New Zealand Herald

India: Getting the most out of Mumbai

Twenty-two million people crammed into a peninsula smaller than New York City. Welcome to mad and magical Mumbai, the most populous city in the world's second-most populous country. This is where dreams are made and realised, where everyone from ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago

India Is the New Global Test Case for the Power of Visa on Arrival

Travelers from around the world are drawn to India with a wish to visit the Taj Mahal. McKay Savage / Flickr Skift Take: If this works in India, other nations with a history of complication matters for visitors should quickly follow its ...
 Skift2 weeks ago
Mid Day

Mumbai landmarks that were part of the underground gay scene in the 1980s

Foraging around the internet for the phrase Bombay Bandstand yields an odd million or two hits for the star-strewn promenade at Bandra, a heady sea-sprayed stretch of concrete that has been in existence for less than a decade. TO BE FREE: Like ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago
Pune Mirror

Buy lanes

The page that celebrates art Talk of the town Serbian tennis player Jelena Jankovic, who is in Mumbai to play the Champions Tennis League matches at Kalina, slipped away for a few hours to shop on Colaba Causeway on Sunday All for the daughter ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago
DNA India

Mumbai's pedal pushers

Members of Bandra Cycle Club on one of their rides at Carter Road. Dr Mihir Patki has converted his terrace and bedroom into a state-of-the-art virtual cycling training module where he treats patients and athletes. Founder of Bandra Cycle Club, ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago
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