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Not just skyscrapers, Mumbai’s wildlife too is on the map

The first thing that comes to mind when you describe Mumbai is its buildings. The concrete jungle filled with hundreds of skyscrapers leaves little place for imagining a life of flora and fauna. But that’s not true. Mumbai is also home to several birds and animals. Mostly because of its coastal areas and many lakes.  […]

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Covid 19: He scorned it, now he has it

After months of undermining the effects and dangers related to Coronavirus, the US president Donald Trump declared that he was diagnosed with the infection last week. However, despite being still under treatment, he returned to White House and started working as usual. The US First Lady Melania Trump too has been diagnosed with the virus.  […]

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India crosses Russia in Covid 19 tally 

Despite several efforts and strict rules, India has surpassed Russia to become the third most-affected country by Coronavirus infections in the world. While the lockdown rules stay relaxed, states like Maharashtra, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh continue to register new cases in almost thousands everyday.  Mumbai though continues to stay on top […]

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Cyclone Nisarga: Mumbai escapes but other coastal areas hit 

Mumbai narrowly missed the eye of the storm, when cyclone Nisarga made a landfall this week. Though it has been said that Mumbai, for the first time in history, may be affected by the cyclone, it escaped when the storm turned toward Dombivali and Raigad district. However, Konkan area saw a lot of damage. At […]

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Mumbai worst-hit, India fights on 

Even as India witnessed Coronavirus cases crossing 21,000 figure, Mumbai continues to be the worst-affected city with more than 3,600 cases. Mumbai tally is more than the state’s number. Maharashtra reported most number of cases in India which are beyond 5,500 now.  India has witnessed more than 600 deaths while more than 4,000 people recovered […]

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Covid 19: Lockdown extended till May 3, India sees cases rising 

The Narendra Modi government extended the lockdown till May 3, even as the positive Coronavirus cases crossed 12,000 in the country. More than 400 deaths were reported while the number of recovered patients stays strong at around 1,500. When it comes to states, Maharashtra is leading the tally with more than 3,000 cases and 180 […]

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Dolphins are back in Mumbai too! 

Recently, there was a glimmer of joy in Venice which has been battling the outbreak of Coronavirus. Due to lockdown, it was reported that the canals in Venice were clean again and fish and underwater plants could be seen in the canals. Not only that, there were also sightings of dolphins. But Venice is not […]

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This 12 YO is youngest to climb Mt Aconcagua 

A 12-year old Mumbai student, Kaamya Karthikeyan has set a record of becoming the youngest in the world to summit Mt. Aconcagua, the highest peak of the Andes Mountains in Argentina, South America.. Kaamya, who is a Class-VII student of Navy Children School, achieved the feat atop the 6962 metres tall mountain on February 1 […]

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Why should we save Aarey?

While the world has been crying hoarse over the fires in the Amazon rainforest, there’s an urgent environment cause closer home.  Mumbai is a city that never sleeps. Thousands of people come here everyday to earn a livelihood and stay back in the hope of a better future. The rising population has also burdened the […]

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Statue of Unity among World’s Greatest Places to visit

The 597-ft tall ‘Statue of Unity’ in Gujarat and Mumbai’s Soho House have been featured by the Time magazine in its second annual list of the 2019 World’s greatest places. This is a compilation of 100 new and newly “noteworthy destinations to experience right now”. The ‘Statue of Unity’, the world’s tallest statue, is a […]

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