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“Bollywood Stars” Mellowmantaray’s photos around Mumbai (Bombay), India

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Preview of Mellowmantaray’s blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Mumbai (Bombay), India Entry Title: “Bollywood Stars!!!!” Entry: “Helloooo again, Leaving Mumbai for Goa on a sleeper train in a couple of hours so we’ll catch you up with the last three days. Sunday, our trip to Elephanta Island was hot and rather sweaty especially when we hiked up a hill so we could take a photo of the view. The island is famous for its sculpted caves, dating back to about 600AD. The were pretty impressive and it was nice to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a bit (even if it was full of tourists anyway). Took some good photos, our fave is of becky in a hole in the wall. On the way to tea we got propositioned to be extras in a Bollywood film. At first we were a bit suspicious but we’d read something about it in the book (how hot people might get lucky haha). The guy said he wouldnt be able to find such good looking couple in the morning : ) which fed our egos quite nicely. Up early the next morning, ordered brekkie at Leopold’s Cafe and Luke promptly chucked up just before it arrived in the cafe toilets. We were a bit worried about what to do but decided to go for it as it doesn happen everyday. Incidently he was fine for the rest of the day, what a brave boy. We got taken, along with two others Annette and Yusef, to the Raspberry Rhinocerous in

FBI was warned about key figure in Mumbai terror attack

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The wife of a 2008 Mumbai attacks suspect David Coleman Headley warned US federal agents three years beforehand that her husband was training with a Pakistani militant group, US news portal ProPublica.org reported on Friday.

India has proof ISI trained Mumbai attackers: Sources

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India has proof that the Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI was behind the Mumbai attacks, sources have told NDTV. Investigators even have names of the ISI trainers and they also know the location of training.

Mumbai Attacks – Indian Minister Reveals Truth [Becomes Target of Biased Indian Media & Politicians]

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Indian Minister Mr. Antulay became a chink in the Indian Propaganda Campaign’s armor when he questioned the circumstances of ATS Chief, Hemant Karkare’s death during the Mumbai Attacks. He raised the issue in Lok Sabha [Indian Parliament], braving the odds stacked against him to seek the truth in face of adversity, as faces turned red & jaws dropped in shock. Now he is being chastised and escape-goated by Indian media and fellow politicians as an ‘agent of Pakistan’ for saying something that goes so against the Indian propaganda being mounted against Pakistan on an international level. This is what happens in India when an honest Indian tries to do his job & find out the ‘truth’.

Watch Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Online hindi movie 2010

Watch Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Online hindi movie 2010

Review of the underworld in Mumbai in 1970, when the traffic the most heinous crimes (The Age of Innocence was, eh!) And the charitable, Sultan Mirza (reference point: Haji Mastan) was king of the mafia. The film shows the rise and reign of the Sultan of the city as a glorified figure of Robin Hood and his stormy relationship with her biggest fan, to become the enemy, Shoaib Khan (Benchmark: Dawood Ibrahim), shall recruit him as a gangster, only to play for him to usurp his kingdom and better. This will log the start of the meeting in Mumbai with the terrible crime of gang wars, shooting, bombings, terrorism and violent bhai we know it today ….

Film Review: So you saw Satya, and I loved it. You have also seen the company and was also killed. He had a very satisfactory meeting with the Black Friday too.
You have not even read page turner underworld of Mumbai, Maximum City and Shantaram, and asked me if there nothing more to say on the belly of the city of bad light. Hold your breath. Once Upon A Time For A Mumbaai could take away your breath away with its brilliance and quality of participation.

It is true that the film opens the famous X-files on the history of Mumbai’s most famous crime – the stormy relationship between Haji Mastan and protected Dawood Ibrahim, even if it begins with the obligatory warning of clear guidance in real life. But he does it with elegance and an intensity that you remain glued to their seats, even if you know where the drama is over. And because the Director of the Milan Luthria sure to anchor his film in the emotional heart instead of entering with weapons and blood. Refreshingly, the film is low on violence and focuses more on emotional intelligence, light, like Sultan Mirza (an impressive Devgn Ajay) was in a state of Shahenshah-esque in the underworld, and how he has tried the new team members to tame Snape, Shoaib Khan (Emraan Hashmi high). Unfortunately, in vain!

And here is the dramatic core dynamic Rajat Antonio Scripture, the powers of the two main characters, a study in contrast. While the Sultan said that the gentleman thief archetype of a strong moral, ruthless and Shoaib is rotten. Like all gifts father, Vito Corleone, the Godfather of our Desi also refuses to take drugs, and insists that things catfish prohibited by local law, and not their conscience. Shoaib, however, is a game of betrayal and all – infidelity, gang war, the blood – in an attempt unbridled power. Of course, he begins as a faithful sidekick, the man whom he revered as a God (Bhagwan Chun Liya Hai Toh Maine from chuniye Insan AAP says the iconic Sultan), but it’s not long before that, his eyes turned in the broader context. Mumbai aur mere dhuey Neechi Ki Tarah main uPAR (Mumbai under me, as I like smoke above scale) rules and roles coasts its way through the path of crime and immorality total clean surface, succeeded the bandits in the city opt with remote control. Interestingly, despite the Sultan as a larger-than-life, the film manages to maintain his moral compass and has just received a seminal result categorically all makes of their characters, apparently heroic criminals, despite their charisma.

US Govt. Responsible For Mumbai Terrorist Attack! Webster Tarpley on RT News

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RevolutionNews.US — Mumbai terror suspect David Headley was ‘rogue US secret agent’ — US citizen David Headley, who was arrested in connection with last year’s Mumbai terrorist attacks, may have been a double agent for the CIA at the time of the incident, according to US journalists. More than 160 people were killed in the financial hub of Mumbai in three days of attacks by a group of 10 gunmen, beginning on November 26, 2008. Headley had allegedly helped plan the attack by conducting reconnaissance missions in Mumbai. Read more More than two months after Pakistani-American jihadist David Headley was held in Chicago, Indias intelligence services are divided on whether they were told the whole truth about the Lashkar-e-Taiba clandestine agents operations. Many in the intelligence services even suspect that the United States is less than committed to letting the whole truth be known. Public debate has focused on claims that Headley—who served as a Drug Enforcement Administration informant after being arrested with two kg of heroin in 1988—may have been planted by US covert services inside Lashkar after his release in 2002. If this David Headley was working for the CIA all along, which is a very plausible conclusion, says writer and journalist Webster Tarpley, It means that the CIA implicated and was running and masterminding the Mumbai terror attack of 2008. Source RT News at www.rt.com ♥☠✿☮❀☠✿☮❀☠✿♥❀☠✿ http ♥☠✿☮❀☠✿☮❀☠✿♥❀☠✿ The Haight-Ashbury

Jalwa-Live Show – Mumbai Police New Year Program-6

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Live performances by top bollywood actors

Mumbai Property

India ranks second among the most populated countries of the world and has witnessed its economy growing at a remarkable pace. IT sector is the major contributor to the success rate of India. Mumbai is a prominent city of India that has a great real estate market. It is a dream city of a large number of people all across the country.

In the last three decades, the city has seen a tremendous change in the real estate sector. There are booming job opportunities in the city that entice millions of people from every part of the country. It is a home to millions of people, who have immigrated from different states. Rightly speaking, Mumbai, being the economic hub, is the favourite destination of all the real estate agents, builders, buyers, sellers etc. It is liked by all in all the aspects including, retail, healthcare, industrial etc.

With the arrival of huge population in the city, real estate sector is on high. Owing to the tremendous growth opportunities and luxurious lifestyle, the prices of the flats are soaring too high. The well-developed infrastructure of Mumbai has prompted the establishment of big BPOs, software companies and KPOs.

The general perception is that if you own a house or apartment in Mumbai, then you are looked upon with high esteem. It’s in fact a status symbol. An apartment is preferred more than a house or a bungalow.

It’s not only the prices of the apartments or houses that are skyrocketing, but also the rent of the apartments. As a matter of fact, the rent is Mumbai is much higher as compared to other metropolitan cities. Mumbai boasts of being a hub of IT and other companies and a home of several renowned Hindi movie industry. It is also called as the fashion capital of the country. Hence, it has a pompous life style thereby influencing real estate industry considerably.

Retail market has also arrived in the picture. This has laid the foundation of several massive projects of shopping malls, brand showrooms, retail stores etc. This has given a tremendous boost to the retail industry. To support the growing accommodation needs of the population of the city, real estate builders are putting in their best possible effort to glorify Mumbai property. Future of real estate sector is therefore too bright in Mumbai as prices follow an upward trend. So invest in it and secure your future.

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Jalwa-Live Show – Mumbai Police New Year Program-2

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Live performances by top bollywood actors

A Small History On Mumbai City

Mumbai City, formerly known as Bombay, is the second most populous city in world after Shanghai. An island situated on the west coast of India forming a natural bay, Mumbai is a lovely city boasting a graceful lifestyle and a population of approximately fourteen million people from all around the country. The city is India’s main commercial center; home to India’s leading industries, financial centers, the stock exchange and headquarters to plenty of national and international companies. The Indian film industry likewise resides in ex-Bombay along with all the great Indian film stars, producers and directors bumping elbows with politicians, cricketer players, industrialists and India’s most esteemed artists. Besides the local language Marathi, Mumbai is also fluent in Guajarati, Hindi and English; among the many other languages that can be heard spoken on the island.

Mumbai City is also a tourist center, attracting holidaymakers from all over the world, and boasts fabulous shopping malls, multiplexes, amusement parks. The city is also known for its famous Temples and Dargas, the Gateway of India, lots of beautiful lakes, dams, never-ending streets full of roadside shopping for compulsory haggling, and restaurants and coffee shops open round the clock. Notwithstanding all these wonders, Mumbai surprisingly is also home to Dharavi, Asia’s second largest slum. Tourists seeking spiritual India will find the renowned Siddivinayaka Temple for lord Ganesha and the famous Darga Haji Ali, where thousands of Hindu and Muslim devotees from all over India come. Mumbai has lots of amusement and water parks, but the most famous is Esselworld at Gorai, one of the largest and most popular. Mumbai has plenty of museums, universities and colleges where you will find students from all over the world. Visitors should not pass up the sights from the attractive Marine Drive and Juhu Chowpati, where you’ll find the best and tastiest of treats to have on the beach. Another thrill not to be missed is the local train service, famous for its frantic crowds and bustle.

The high crime rate in Mumbai City is a result of a mix including heavy population and high unemployment, though Mumbai police have successfully taken every effort to ensure security. It should be kept in mind that the locals are naturally very friendly, but beware of thieves and tourist agents who roam around in every part of Mumbai. Mumbai has a beautiful night life in some zones. People enjoy partying here and there in clubs, discos and pubs. No worries for a stay in Mumbai, as you will find hotels in every possible range from lavish 7-star hotels to local roadside hostels. India’s esteemed hotels like Taj, Oberoi, Orchid, Lalit and many more are found on the island. Cabs can be found in flocks and are better known by tourists as taxis. We also have famous hill stations near Mumbai, among which Khandala is one of the finest. Here, Mumbai’s rich and famous have homes to get away from the city’s traffic and pollution. Visiting Mumbai is a once in a lifetime experience, worthwhile not only for a chance to learn of Indian lifestyle, but that of the Mumbaikars, as the locals living on this island call themselves.

Dr. Stafford Tandon is a local Mumbai news expert expert who has been helping Mumbaikars from all walks of life find the best of local events and news in the city of Mumbai. His work can be found at Mumbai City where he has devoted his life towards the exuberant city of Mumbai