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No lessons learnt as Mumbai floods
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No lessons learnt as Mumbai floods

In July 2005, Mumbai received over 900 mm of rainfall on a single day and the city was flooded. On Tuesday, it received about 350 mm of rainfall and the result was the same. A large sprawling metropolis with the richest municipal corporation in Asia in charge ... Sify, 2 weeks ago

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Clear roads of cars, attend to patients: BMC lists priorities to restore Mumbai

A day after copious rains, the civic authorities have moved to clear roads which have become slushy and strewn with garbage, and are also gearing up to tackle rush of patients in municipal hospitals. Pounded by over 300 mm of rain, Mumbai gets back on its feet IMAGE: Many cars were on the streets of Mumbai on Wednesday owing to the flooding of streets on Tuesday. Photograph: Shailesh Andrade/Reuters Cars and other vehicles left behind by their owners due to flooding of streets, ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Calls for law change after Indians left in dark over data leaks

MUMBAI - Fears Indian telecom upstart Reliance Jio suffered a major data breach, compromising the personal data of over 100 million customers, have prompted calls for India to adopt more robust laws to protect consumers. Jio has repeatedly denied any breach ...
 Sify2 months ago
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'Even pregnant women were not spared from assault'

Manjula Shetye's death on June 23 -- allegedly after the prisoner was beaten up by jail staff inside Mumbai's Byculla district jail -- highlights what really goes on inside India's prisons. Sushma Ramteke, who spent almost three years in Byculla jail as an undertrial on the charge of 'association with Maoist ideology', says she was beaten and humiliated by the jail staff. Currently out on bail, she recounts what she encountered at the Byculla jail. Daily routine The wardens wake the inmates by ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'People call me a bombshell'

Four contestants who competed at the Lakme Fashion Week's plus size model auditions tell us how they deal with body shaming.  Text and photographs: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com  Beauty comes in all sizes and shapes. But what's it like being plus size in India? Four contestants at the Lakme Fashion Week Plus size model auditions give us a glimpse. It's not such a pretty picture after all! LFW plus-size auditions: Curves in, skinny out Varonica Dressed in a sheer black dress, worn ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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MTDC to develop Igatpuri as yoga hub

Fancy getting some Ayurvedic treatments for lifestyle diseases or a mud bath to rid your body of toxins? Or perhaps, a round of aroma therapy or spa treatments to enhance your mood after a difficult week at work? If the state tourism department's plans bear ...
 DNA2 months ago

Domestic MF investors help Nifty scale Mount 10K

Ravi Ranjan Prasad City: Mumbai Domestic investors putting money through mutual funds (MF) have helped benchmark indices Nifty and Sensex scale new heights. An analysis of data provided by mutual funds industry body, Association of Mutual Funds in India ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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How can sanitary napkins be taxed, wonder Konkona, Ekta

Mumbai: TV producer Ekta Kapoor and actress Konkona Sensharma today said that a necessity like sanitary pads should not be taxed under the GST. There is a raging debate about making sanitary napkins tax free, which are set to be taxed at 12 per cent under the ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago
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How about Alia and Bhumi together in a movie?

Savouring Spielberg's fierce, fine, movie; salivating over MAMI 2017's line-up; gobbling a Shrek cake; visualising a desi Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants with Alia, Bhumi and more in Sukanya Verma's Super Filmi Week. Monday Most people have late-night cravings for food. I have one for films. Of course,Saving Private Ryan is anything but a light snack. I watched Steven Spielberg's World War II drama in the late 1990s and don't remember much except flashes of the viscerally staggering Omaha ...
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What makes Rohit Sharma so special...

'Comebacks are not at all easy. After a major surgery, the difficult part is to conquer the inner demons. It's all in the mind.' IMAGE: Rohit Sharma celebrates scoring a century. Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters Languid strokeplay might make his batting look easy but Indian batsman Rohit Sharma says making an international comeback after a six-month injury-forced layoff is easier said than done.Rohit was out of competitive cricket for six months from October to April after a major ...
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