Mumbai

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Synonyms for Mumbai

a city in western India just off the coast of the Arabian Sea

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It was then that student-leader of the Bombay city, Shri Rohit Dave laid down the rules and regulations of the "Indian National Theatre", keeping in mind the participation not only of the artistes as a class, but the common man of India.
Palsetia, The Parsis of India: Preservation of Identity in Bombay City (Leiden: Brill, 2001).
Marshalling a range of secondary scholarship on the history of Bombay city in the second chapter of the book, Schulze argues that dominant readings of Phalke assume an Indian mass audience when in fact the public sphere was heavily fractured- by wages, by spending power, by the spatial segregation of the city along class and caste lines in the wake of the plague of 1896 (the same year that the first film screenings were conducted by Lumieres' traveling cameraman Maurice Sestier) that prompted intrusive state measures to reshape the city and to monitor public gatherings.
Urban Leadership in Western India: Politics and Communities in Bombay City 1840-1885.
Dobbin, Christine (1970) 'The Parsi Punchayet in Bombay City in the Nineteenth Century', Modern Asian Studies 4(2): 149-64.
Press, 1985); Elizabeth Hewat, Christ and Western India: A Study of the Growth of the Indian Church in Bombay City from 1813, 2d ed.
But I've spent an interesting week at The Famous Grouse- sponsored All India and South Asia rugby tournament at the Bombay City Gymkhana.
Thinkers and planners of the South - the developing nations - must provide hope for the future in regions without hope, says Bombay city planner Rashmi Mayur, president of the Global Futures Network.
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