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If there is one city in India which never sleeps, it is Mumbai. In order to not only keep our Mumbaikars updated but to also give an in-depth understanding of what the latest news from this city means for its dwellers, Rohini Ramanathan, RJ, Radio Nasha (@rotalks) discuss the latest headlines every morning. This is a Hindustan Times production, brought to you by HT Smartcast
 
Crime stories from the Indian Sub-Continent. A curated series of audio fiction podcasts from award-winning creators Ayeesha Menon and John Scott Dryden recorded in Mumbai, India. Each season is released in one drop and all episodes are ad-free. Season 1 is the Sony Award-winning ten-part thriller, "Q&A" starring Anand Tiwari based on the best-selling novel by Vikas Swarup.
 
Known to be the "City of Dreams", the "Gateway of India" and the "Hollywood of India", Mumbai is definitely a city that never sleeps and the music never stops. In this podcast we give you a taste of what it's like to enter Mumbai's club scene filled with local and international DJ's spinning the best electronic music. Sit back and enjoy the show!
 
C3 Mumbai is a church community based in India's commercial capital. We are a diverse group of people representing a variety of professions, cultures, interests, and worldviews, brought together by a mutual desire to share the love and grace of Jesus, the truth of the Word and the hope of salvation we've freely received. Find out more by visiting our social us on: Facebook: www.facebook.com/c3mumbai/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/C3Mumbai To subscribe to our Podcast please search for us on iTun ...
 
Welcome to Mumbai to Maine: A Culinary Adventure! I'm Cherie Scott, creator and founder of Mumbai to Maine – a culinary blog and food podcast. When I left Mumbai 24 years ago, I never imagined that one day Maine would be my home. I knew I had to find a portal to somehow share my passion for Indian cuisine and tie it to my deep love for Maine’s rich and dynamic food scene. I created this podcast to bring you some of Maine’s most captivating, thought-provoking and inspiring food stories. So jo ...
 
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This year, there will be no plaster of Paris idols for the Ganesh festival, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation reiterated during a meeting with the Sarvajanik Ganesh Utsav Samanvay Samiti, on Monday. Civic chief Iqbal Singh Chahal said, “This year, we have issued an advisory. From next year, there will be punishment, too.” As per the guidelines…
 
Mumbai University has announced that only state board students can complete the online forms for admission to First Year Junior college. Class11 aspirants, affiliated to non-state education boards such as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), will have to wait to do t…
 
Since the Mumbai traffic police started penalizing pillion riders as well for not wearing helmets, 25,076 pillion riders have been caught in the last 10 days across the city. Out of the 25,076, the highest number of pillion riders have been caught in the South region at 10,948. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
Despite the IMD's ‘orange’ alert, indicating a strong chance of ‘heavy to very heavy rain’ at isolated places on Monday, the S-band doppler weather radar (DWR) in Colaba has remained inoperative for the last four days. How does it affect the city and what are the predictions for rain? Tune in to know more with RJ Rohini.…
 
Amid Mumbai's 15 percent Test Positivity Rate (TPR), the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is on the hunt for those who have yet to receive the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. BMC personnel have begun calling up people to tell them to get the second dose. BMC personnel have begun calling people to remind them to receive the second dose.…
 
For the next 15 days, no local trains will stop at Mahim harbour station in the down direction towards Bandra/Goregaon. This is because the authorities are working on removing a curve and increasing train speed. Once the curve is realigned, trains can run at 50 kmph on crossovers. Once this work is complete, work will begin on the up CSMT-bound pla…
 
Keeping women passengers’ safety in mind, the BrihanMumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST)’s app-based bus service will have an added feature of ‘Home Reach’ to ensure passengers reach their residences safely. The feature will be available for those traveling by BEST premium/luxury buses. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
Malaria, dengue and gastroenteritis cases are on the rise even before monsoon has hit the city. The first five days of June have seen nearly 60 hospitalisations due to malaria, 80 caused by gastroenteritis, and 10 by dengue. What can be the cause behind this and which areas are majorly affected? Tune in to know with RJ Rohini.…
 
An increase in Covid-19 cases has prompted a rise in calls and teleconsultations with doctors, as well as an increase in inquiries and sales of home testing kits. The good news is that doctors in the private sector said hospitalization or severe COVID is a rarity. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
“We're taking stock of the Covid situation, cases rising, but we'll open schools on June 15 with Covid appropriate measures. Masks are not mandatory. All-new SOPs to be issued to schools. Gaikwad said that further decisions would be taken based on the Maharashtra Covid-19 situation. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!…
 
Maharashtra's government has made the use of face masks mandatory as the Covid-19 spike continues. According to public order, masks are now required in closed public spaces such as trains, buses, cinemas, auditoriums, offices, hospitals, colleges, and schools. Tune in with RJ Rohini to know more!Por Mumbai Smart News
 
The BMC warned citizens and business owners not to use the banned plastic, and any person found using such items will be prosecuted. A BMC official said that producers, stockists, suppliers, and sellers who violate this notification will be liable to pay Rs 5000 for the first offense and Rs 25,000 and three-month imprisonment for each subsequent of…
 
The Maharashtra government has announced a scheme under which women in the below poverty line category and those part of self-help groups will be provided 10 sanitary napkins at ₹1. The order, which was issued by state Rural Development Department minister Hasan Mushrif on Saturday, will be implemented from August 15 this year and will benefit 60 l…
 
The BMC has started repair work on nearly 60% of the roads that have been planned this year. Work has already begun on 295 roads, while repairs on the remaining 210 roads will take time. This is because the ‘no objection certificate from traffic police will be issued in a staggered manner to avoid traffic piles up, officials said. To improve the qu…
 
To make local train journeys safer in the city and to keep an eye on untoward incidents such as stone-pelting, the Central Railway and Western Railway are set to install upgraded Closed Circuit Televisions inside and outside the motorman cabin of the local trains. The cameras will record the footage of the local trains during their operation to mon…
 
Mumbai The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is set to refurbish newly-engineered bus shelters at 200 different locations across the city. These bus shelters are being set up in a bid to declutter the existing footpaths and to improve walkability on roads. Senior officials said that these shelters will use lesser space than the conventional metall…
 
Mumbai Five districts in Maharashtra- Mumbai, Thane, Palghar, Raigad, and Jalgaon- have given booster doses to over 100% of its eligible senior citizens as of Saturday. Data from the state’s public health department shows that of the 21,36,638 people in the 60 plus category who became eligible for the third dose up to May 12, 15,26,933 or 71.46% ha…
 
In order to control localized floods, the BMC has started work on four mini pumping stations at Mahalaxmi, P D'Mello Road, Wadala and Chunabhatti. As of now, there are six big pumping stations at Lovegrove, Cleveland Bunder, Haji Ali, Irla, Britannia, and Gazdarband to pump out excess water from big nullahs into the sea in case of heavy rain and hi…
 
Mumbai has 3.9 lakh eligible 12-15 population, of which 1,00,534 (25.7%) have taken their first dose and 24,380 (6.25%) have taken both doses of the vaccine to date. Nearly two months after the Covid-19 vaccination drive was expanded to include the 12-15 age group, only one-third of the eligible population in Mumbai have taken their first dose. Tun…
 
Cyclone Asani, which intensified into a severe cyclonic storm on Sunday, is expected to weaken by Wednesday, the weather office has said in its latest bulletin. Strong winds with the speed of 100-110 kmph - expected to surge to 120 km per hour - have been predicted as Odisha, Bengal and Andhra Pradesh have braced up for heavy rain too. Localized fl…
 
As the city continues to witness hot and humid weather, paediatricians said they are noticing an unusual rise in the number of viral infection cases among children, especially diarrhoea, which is one of the causes of dehydration. Tune in with HT's Sachin Kalbag and RJ Rohini to know more.Por Mumbai Smart News
 
Electricity supply in parts of Mumbai and adjoining areas - including Thane, Mulund, Ambarnath, Badlapur and Dombivali – was affected Tuesday morning due to tripping in the 400KV sub-station at Padgha. There was a small explosion at the station at 10.15 am but the power supply is being restored slowly…
 
India’s drug regulator on Tuesday approved the emergency use of two Covid-19 vaccines, Biological E’s Corbevax and Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin, for children under the age of 12 years – a milestone move that paves the way for that cohort in the country to receive a vaccine shot against the disease for the first time. Tune in with the executive editor o…
 
In District Palghar, Maharashtra, around 100% booster doses have been given where as in Mumbai around 97% booster doses have been shot but the over all Maharashtra vaccination response is not upto to the expectations. According to the latest data only 23% children of the age group of 12-15 have been vaccinated with the booster dose. Tune in with Sa…
 
Maharashtra on Saturday reported 194 fresh Covid-19 cases, the highest rise in one day after March 25, and one fatality, taking the tally to 78,76,697 and the death toll to 1,47,832, said the state health department. Tune in with Sachin Kalbag and RJ Rohini to know more!Por Mumbai Smart News
 
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