In October 2007, Alabama filed a complaint against the Engineer Corp for reducing the water released from Lake Allatoona which will have serious implications on the state’s water supply as well as the navigability of the Alabama River.(van der Molen & Hildering 136) However, climate change may not be the real reason behind the water crisis, also considering that climate change whether it is true or not is still unproven.Water is a very important resource since no one can live without water.The water crisis in India could even spark war with China as the latter diverted the flow of the Brahmaputra River, coming from Tibet flowing into the mainland and into India, in order to bring water to water-scarce areas in the country.With a limi...
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An 18-year old boy Jamal who was raised in Mumbai slum wins 10 million dollars in a quiz competition which is popularly known as “Who will be the millionaire.Jamal meeting her girl friend Lathika back in Mumbai after a long gap is an ecstatic moment.After a while, the fatal iceberg strikes the edge of Titanic and in the next couple of hours or so everything goes under water.The chilly water frozen in minus degree centigrade would not keep Jack alive for long.The entire mechanism of how a gigantic ship would submerge under water is a massive research effort discovered and shot for screening by James Cameron.
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Water harvesting in Mumbai will reduce storm water discharge as well as reduce the load of sewerage treatment, thus controlling the dreadful monsoon floods.Rainwater harvesting by capturing runoff from the rooftops / terraces and surrounding surface water will not only increase ground water recharge and stop ingress of sea water but will get Mumbai out of its monsoon floods problem.If Mumbai British Administrators has not seriously about the agitation over drinking water problem in 1845 perhaps, would have been as stressed for water as Chennai’s people are now Like Chennai, Mumbai would also depended on wells and ponds/lakes for its water supply.The used water is collected and treated for cleaning concrete aprons of the railway platforms...
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Dilip Chitre’s family moved to Mumbai in 1951 and he published his first collection of poems in 1960.Born in Baroda in 1938, Chitre soon moved with his family to Mumbai, where he published his first collection of poems.Coming out he trembles at the sink, The cold water running over his brown hands, A few droplets cling to the greying hairs on his wrists.The widening crisis due to the explosion of rational.Paintings, 1969); written and directed an award-winning film (Godam, 1984); made a dozen documentary films and scored music for some of them; taken on the mantle of editor for literary magazines (Shabda, 1954-1960); written for India’s most respected publications; influenced a literary movement (the little magazine of the sixties in Mar...
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Like Hollywood is associated with L.A., Bollywood is associated with Mumbai.Mumbai is continually finding ways to promote tourism to their city although they have already established themselves as a popular tourist destination for both leisure and business travelers.Mumbai is classified as a metropolis of India, under the jurisdiction of the Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation.A number of cultural activities including, dance and music recitals are held during these festivities in order for tourists to be able to observe the culture of Mumbai.Mumbai is the largest film producer of Hindi film.
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An excellent solid waste management also helps in providing a good environment which has low pollutions including air, soil, and water pollutions.The water (prevention and control pollution) rules ,1975 .Greater Mumbai cleanliness and sanitation bye-laws 2006 .Andrha Pradesh water resources regulatory commission act – Andrha Pradesh water reform (2009) .. S State government should enforce a new strategiy which prohibit littering of municipal solid waste in cities towns and urban areas.The water (prevention and control pollution ) CESS ACT, 1977 .
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It gives us answers as to whether the city TG prefers regional music over Hindi or English music and hence, helps us form programming strategies.In addition, comparison of AMT output of two cities aides ground level understanding for the programming team which is helpful in designing the play mix.Over a period of time, understanding how music preferences vary over various Indian regions helps the station make more informed choices when launching in new markets.For example, comparison of Delhi vs. Mumbai outputs prove that Delhi audience tends towards Punjabi hits whereas Mumbai audience prefers more evolved Hindi Bollywood numbers with softer tempo.Division of the music library into groups on basis of familiarity and likeability levels T...
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Mumbai is the sole largest contributor to the national GDP and the economics of Mumbai further supports the fact.Tier I cities, Mumbai (Commercial hub), Delhi (Political hub) and Bangalore (Technological hub): .. (Real Estate Sector – The India Story Submitted by Miss Sonia Sahni Asst Manager Corporate and Investment Banking, ABN AMRO Bank, Nariman Point, Mumbai) .. Background of the Economy of India during 2008 and early 2009: .Mumbai accounts for one-tenth of factory employment and value-added manufacturing, while the port handles more than one-third of the total value of foreign trade (Deshpande, 1996), making the Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation one of the richest, with a budget of more than USD 1.2 billion (Mohan, 2003), exceed...
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The main cities in India, Mumbai and New Delhi have appeared to be in the list of 25 Most Dirtiest Cities in The World.Mumbai and New Delhi placed at 7th and 24th places respectively which the latter is less dirty.The water (prevention and control of pollution ) Act, 1974 .An excellent solid waste management also helps in providing a good environment which has low pollutions including air, soil, and water pollutions.Example of waste management system in state of India :The Karnataka town and country planning act, 1961 Shimla municipal corporation ( sanitation and public health ) Bye-laws, 2004 Municipal Corporation of Brihanmumbai , municipal solid waste (prohibition of littering and regulation of segregation , storage, delivery & c...
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The music station and live disc jockeys playing on weekends and holidays really gives the costumer what the brands represents the vibe it gives which is young, urban, sexy, and fun.The Armani Exchange store will have a music station that an iPod can hookup to.Music is a big part of the brand.These ads will direct readers to a specially designed 3D page on the Armani Exchange website where users will be able to view an exclusive 2D and 3D music videos.Opening a store in Mumbai, India would potentially be a success because of the rising economy, the highly populated area, middle/upper to poverty ratio, and target market.
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In Mumbai, 80% of local people are employed in the informal sector but are getting very low wages.In Mumbai, there are very small lane ways and little to no roads, the ones that do exist are extremely crowded and have very slow movement.They save this water for washing their clothes and bathing.One of the busiest roads in the city will normally be filled with traffic but on this day not a car will be in sight.In Dharavi a slum in Mumbai, Most families all live in one house and use each room for many things such as eating on their floor , sleeping on their floor etc.
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Generation of waste water .Energy, water and materials (mainly paper) .Generation of waste packaging & water .The three key areas of environmental impact are energy, water, and waste.Equipment for producing hot water and heating .
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Last accessed 28th Nov 2012. .62% of Mumbai lives in slums: Census.Will Garden Cities solve our housing crisis?.This case is clearly visible in the city of Mumbai, where 62% of population lives in slums due to acute housing shortage (B. Jain, 2010).Migration in India – a cause of socio-ethnic friction.
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The concept of classical music has almost disappeared from India.Crops can be failing due to environmental degradation, which damage the fertile land and pure water, which in turn lead to economic failure.Along with that, globalization and reformation the economic policies, efforts should be taken to understand the potential labour force and provide required security for work, income and life so that they would also benefit in that process on the one hand, and on the other, contribute towards the success of globalization.Mumbai is known as the slum capital of India and Asia.It is consequently apparent that a globalising economy, despite the fact that framing and estimating its policy cannot overlook the feasible activities, responses of ...
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The day after the party, it is not uncommon to see whole schools of dead fish floating on the surface of the water.The procession is done in music and incantations.Traditionally, the idols representing Ganesh are fashioned with clay taken near the homes of devotees and return to the earth by immersion in a nearby water point: the cycle of creation and dissolution in nature is thus respected.Unfortunately, plaster takes much longer to dissolve in water and this process results in the release of toxic elements.The immersion of thousands of statues also increases the acidity level of the water and the heavy metal content.
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The emergency services under the local and state government ensure that the public is safe by dealing with the crisis.In spite of all the attempts to cure the problem of slums in Mumbai, slums are still growing.Slums in Mumbai Slums always existed in Mumbai.html Slums: The Magnitude of the Problem.A Jockin of SPARC, (the NGO that works for slums) said that the rehabilitation process is the only solution to the problem of slums in Mumbai.
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The water sport activity available at Panshet Aqua Sports centres 40 km drive from Pune, such as windsurfing, speed boating, kayaking, water scooters etc.The borders of Maharashtra is the Arabian Sea to the west of India with a 720 km long coastline along the lush green Konkan region, nestled Sahyadri mountain range are several hill stations and water reservoirs with semi-evergreen and deciduous forests.Close to Mumbai, Esselworld at Gorai is an amusement park which has roller coasters and water slides... Due to dramatically rise in the Domestic as well as international tourism, currently metropolitan cities such as Mumbai and Pune, has facing pollution level problem, considering the case of Pune, in Pune the pollution level always on c...
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But this definition is prevalent only after it has incorporated the ethics and contradictory forces of globalization like privatization, and liberalization which changed the production and consumption of Mumbai films.Lastly, Bollywood has become a recognition of the fact that when new ideas, objects, audio-visuals, spacial dimensions, social crisis, practices and performances are transplanted to another space, they bear the marks of history as well as undergo a process of cultural, political and ideological transcreations.The international settings do not confer the fact that the local crisis or the local cultures will find its way in the Bollywood narratives unlike Hollywood.Bollywood as a term is a mixture of ‘Bombay’, the earlier name...
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Thus, whereas setting up an industrial unit can have serious Effect on the water and air quality besides affecting the flora and fauna of the area, a highway project can dramatically push up the noise and pollution level of the surrounding areas.Mumbai city is geographically positioned to play host to creeks and shallow waters opposite headlands.Constitutional Legitimacy of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link Project The project is supposed to be based on a research made by the Central Water and Power Research Institute, Pune.Mumbai city road Movement of Vehicles has worsened by around four hundred percent in the last twenty years.Almost 800 million litres of sewage is discarded everyday in the Mahim Creek, besides the thousands of industries that...
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After six months of house arrest, Hafiz Saeed is a free man, and the government says it cannot act against him unless New Delhi provides concrete evidence linking him to Mumbai attacks.Latest probes in Mumbai have revealed their definite links with the Mumbai terror attacks and many such incidents across India in the past.Most recently following the Mumbai massacre, Pakistani troops were moved out of NWFP towards the eastern border.In fact the extremist groups that threaten both countries today are an unintended consequence of Pakistan’s frustration at India’s obduracy in Kashmir.19.A common threat needs a common defence.
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In response to increasing demand due to the rising rates of malaria in Mumbai, Aurochem have increased production on drugs such as artemisinin, and sales of antimalrial drugs have increased by 50% annually over the last five years.Also if malaria is decreased in Mumbai dramatically, so much so that Mumbai is declared malaria-free, then it is likely that tourism in Mumbai would increase, as people feel a lot safer traveling to an area where there is less chance of them contracting a deadly disease.These drugs are being produced by Aurochem, a laboratory around 150km from Mumbai.This could be because there are many stagnant water puddles at these construction sites, which the Anopheles mosquito requires to breed.Overall there is no single ...
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Mumbai, the capital city of India is recognized today as the fourth most populated city in the world.However, hopes for a better life are often dashed as overpopulation puts a huge strain on cities’ infrastructures and their ability to provide people with basic necessities such as good salaries, clean water, and adequate shelter.Estimates of 42% of residents in India receive wages below 1.2... .According to the World Bank, 54% of Mumbai’s residents live in slums, and are expected to reach a staggering 22.5 million in 2025.With a population of over 20 million people, Mumbai is recognized as the business capital of India; filled with economic opportunity and trade (Mumbai Population 2014).
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Two important subways at Malad and Andheri were flooded, with about three feet of water, rendering them inoperational for the east-west traffic movement.The forecast for Monday and Tuesday is “heavy to very heavy rains” in many parts of the coastal areas including Mumbai, with accompanying strong winds and advice to fishermen not to venture into the Arabian Sea.Peak morning hour commuters and businessmen were left inconvenienced.Though Mumbaikars enjoyed the monsoon with parties and picnics during the .The torrential, virtually incessant, rain since Saturday night has resulted in traffic moving at a snail’s pace on the Eastern Express Highway, Western Express Highway, the Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road and other important roads and jun...
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Slums in Mumbai are only a reflection of many facets of poverty.Moreover, poverty especially in Asia is also a reflection of cultural causes which exercise their life in conformity to their tradition and religion.my/lifestyle/story.file=/2009/2/16/lifefocus/3092984&sec=lifef .Their illegal settlements deprived them of public services such as water sewage and medical assistance.
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The very large population of the city presents certain problems, so there is a lack of water and electricity and their access is sometimes cut in the commercial districts.Bollywood, the Hindi-language film industry, is based in Mumbai and is one of the largest in the world with 400 films produced per year.We can also mention the Mumbai Darshan tourist bus service, which mainly serves tourist areas.Intercity trains depart from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Dadar, Kurla-Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, Mumbai Central, Bandra Terminus and Andheri stations.The Navi Mumbai International Airport project, which would relieve existing infrastructure, has been approved by the government.
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Paints used for decorating the idols, loaded with high levels of mercury and lead, increases the toxin levels of water bodies after immersion days.Water Pollution due to immerging statues of God and Goddess made of artificialor synthetic harmful chemicals into rivers,ponds and dams.Immersion of idols in a bucket or artificial tank of water.Water Pollution .The practice of immersion of Ganesh idols after the Ganesh festival invarious cities is causing severe water pollution which leads to the death of tonnes of fishand many aquatic creatures.
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In India, adequate water supply to most of the urban areas is affected by insufficient levels of services in water management, an increased demand-supply gap as well as a remarkable deterioration in both financial and technical performance.3 Poor water quality and its effects in India Environmental problems have resulted in the deterioration of water quality supplied due to contamination from agro-chemicals, industries and domestic waste as well as water logging and depletion of the underground water (Deorah, 2006).Some of the responsibilities of this Ministry are to look after the water management services as well as the problems associated with the supply of water in the country (Uitto & Jansky, 2005).Large water bodies such as lak...
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The Cauvery River has been the subject of a conflict concerning water withdrawals by the various territories, since 1892.More than 20 cities in the country, such as New Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad, will have exhausted their water tables by 2020.Groundwater, the source of 40% of India's water needs, is rapidly running out according to a report released in 2018 by a government agency.If 50% of the water crisis is linked to the quantity available, the quality of the resource is responsible for the other half (concentration of fluoride, arsenic, etc.).30 years later, in December 2014, the site was still not cleaned up, these products continued to contaminate groundwater and local populations still did not have access to safe water.
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Moreover, there is no scope to extend this city as it is geographically surrounded by water.Hence, most of this research will be conducted in Mumbai where I will as a researcher involve myself as a part of it.The functioning of Mumbai depends mainly on the transportation system for the movement of people and goods in, out and around Mumbai.Therefore a case study analysis will also form a part of this research in which the project management of the Metro Rail systems in Kolkata and Delhi will be tested to provide data that will help in suggesting recommendations to the Mumbai metro rail project and build up a strong base of literature for the research.rail, road and water.
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It has changed its lexicon, challenged its assumptions and visibilised many sections of women and transgendered people.Crisis in Feminist Politics .Both Tamil and Kannadiga women had no knowledge of river water issues but were subjected to rape and molestation by the rival community.Sexual minorities, religious minorities, women with disabilities and race and caste based women’s groups have come into their own with vibrant movements.The lessons for the women’s movement in general is that it has to respect and build bridges with different identity groups, take on board their agendas and issues and together move towards transformative strategies for a just society.
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