I’m glad I was only molested.
What can we learn from Dharavi?
Her philosophy as a solo musician is simple: 'Create songs that make you curious, that give you room to relate to it, and with interesting lyrics.'
The Dabbawalas of Mumbai, as amazing as they already are, have come up with a very simple solution to an extremely complex problem
Here are ten things you might not know about Mumbai.
136 houses were broken and almost all residents were forced onto the streets. Most didnâ€™t even get the time to pack up their most essential belongings.
While the government struggles to effectively implement the RTE act, there are people who have been contributing to the society to make it more educated.
At Operation Black Dot we genuinely believe that every â€˜thinkingâ€™ vote matters.
Finding housing for singles, particularly women, is hard enough in this city â€“ 10 teenage girls and 3 female staff? Where will we go?!
Of course they all share one thing in common - An unflinching loyalty to their own city.
A 30-year-old woman, who is blind by birth had to cross railway tracks to reach the platform. She lost her balance. A train ran over her arm.
How was the first ride Mumbai?
Robin Chaurasiya left home at 16 to join the US Air Force, and was kicked out the day they learnt that she was a lesbian
This lane is home to 105 households whose residents create bamboo artifacts.
Play your role as a national legislator honestly and work to solve the problems of all Indian cities, not just Mumbai.
After, the Government opened the Bandra Worli Sea Link, the city has surely benefitted, but the Koli community has been on a road of worry to sustain their fishing business.
As someone who's been elected by Mumbai for almost a decade and anguished through all the tribulations of the city, I believe this is the only solution.
It is worth remembering that, according to official data, residents of Mumbai get 158 litres of water per day per person on an average.
When I was in grade 6, I have a vague idea of what I wanted to do but lacked the clarity that these children portray in their aspirations.
Increases in CO2 levels and global temperatures caused the sea ice in the Arctic to melt and this shows us the alarming consequence of burning fossil fuels.
Every time such incidents happen, our leaders come and and say how it's a sad day for the society. But nothing changes. Neither the number nor the attitude.
Muktangan has tried to address the problem in an unconventional way. It has trained almost 500 teachers, who start out with a 12th-grade education