under Mumbai

A ‘Right To Pee’ campaign in Mumbai is trying to address the dearth of public toilets for women


30 Oct 2014 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

India exports octopus in large quantities, and now the cephalopod has begun to feature on the menus of upscale Indian restaurants. But will you eat it?


29 Oct 2014 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

Mumbai has its commercial roots in drug money. A profile of the City


16 Oct 2014 | BY Madhavankutty Pillai

A candyfloss seller negotiates trash scattered across a filthy patch of Mumbai’s Dadar Beach. Once a major recreation spot, the beach has had an additional pollutant in the past few decades: the Mithi River, which has been reduced from a fresh water stream to a giant black sewer, flows into the Arabian Sea at Mahim Creek near its northern end0

10 Oct 2014 | BY Ritesh Uttamchandani

The juxtaposition of two modernists, a painter and a photographer, from the subcontinent celebrates the confluence of cultural histories beyond nationhood


24 Sep 2014 | BY Deepika Sorabjee

The restaurateur who is nourished by the spirit of the youth. And it’s good business


24 Sep 2014 | BY Rachana Nakra

What happens when Mumbai’s municipality decides to outsource its ambulances


18 Sep 2014 | BY Madhavankutty Pillai

Police take anti-suicide measures as people jump to their deaths from the city’s Bandra-Worli Sea Link


18 Sep 2014 | BY Haima Deshpande

As Mumbai city savours the festive spirit of Ganesh Chaturthi, the owner of Vinayak Arts makes optimum use of all the space available. He sets up his idol making workshop by the corner of Ganesh gully in Lalbaug, annexing the footpath next to a road sign, leaving several motorists confused0

3 Sep 2014 | BY Ritesh Uttamchandani

The evolution of Ganesha from a city deity to one of the most popular gods in the Indian pantheon


27 Aug 2014 | BY Madhavankutty Pillai
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