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Reebok India launches the ‘Running Squad’ Eight Cities

Reebok India Launched the Running Squad in Mumbai after an amazing response in Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Pune, Kolkata and Chennai.
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Paying Guest can be Pain Guessed

Living alone in a strange area has scared even the toughest ones. Shruti Barot digs deep into the lifestyle in a PG accommodation keeping Mumbai in mind.

Lifeline Apps to Master Mumbai

Shruti Barot attempts to end the misery of out-of-towners by listing down a few apps that help them master Mumbai in and out.

In Conversation with celebrity Chef Saransh Goila

Bindiya Chotrani in conversation with India's youngest Celebrity Chef and Limca Book of records holder Saransh Goila about his love for contemporary Indian food

Best places for Tea Conversations in Mumbai

Bindiya Chotrani makes the most of the season and lists down a few places that give you the best afternoon pick-me-up.

Thankyou Delhi Metro!

Traveling everyday in metro we must have noticed little details, this article is about one such thing. Thanking metro officials for their concern for differently able people.

A Mumbaikar’s mool mantras

Always wondered what makes Mumbai and the Mumbaikars so different? What is it that makes the a 'Muqqadar ka Sikandar'? Golden rules, we call them. Traits that commonly exist amongst most Mumbaikars. Beliefs that they firmly believe in. These values may exist all around the globe but the unique blend of the ones noted below set them apart. So is you ever wonder what keeps Mumbaikars keep going around the clock, remember that Amrietaa slipped you the secret.

Aamdani Athani, Kharcha Ruppaiyya

Blogger Hormaz Fatakia talks to a football match referee in Mumbai and finds out what it is like to draw a salary of a mere 100rs.

Things which make Mumbai a true “Sapno ka Shehar”

If a Mumbaikar has things to rant and rave about, we wouldn’t be surprised. But when the city that never sleeps appeals to out-of-territory people, it surely is matter of surprise. There is surely something about the city that makes us all – Mumbaikars and Non-Mumbaikars – fall in love with it, alike. Amrietaa decides to run undercover and discovers 13 things that non-mumbaikars love about Mumbai when they tour the city.

“Sorry Mumbai… this won’t do!”

This article appeals to the readers to take an active initiative in the betterment of Mumbai. Cleanliness is something every Mumbaikar needs focus on. Find out how you can be the change if you want to see the change.