BandraCruz & Juhu

Perusing a seamless narrative with its verdant hues, heartwarming nooks and boho furnishings, is Silly- a new restaurant in Mumbai. The aura of this daytime eatery is refreshing and provides a much-needed break from the concrete jungle of this metropolis. Let's embark upon a virtual tour of Silly and explore all its colourful and eye-catching aspects!

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At the turn of the 21st century, the 12-acre campus where Bombay Port Trust's Botanical Garden now exists, was a huge dumping ground. Today, it stands as a lush green spot that fosters a myriad of flora and helps the residents of Colaba, Mumbai, to breathe pollution-free air. So let's take a virtual walk through its colourful pathways, as we explore more about this Botanical Garden!

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What now stands as a deserted parish behind the Navy Nagar in South Bombay, the Anglican Church of St. John Evangelist once towered as the lighthouse for the cruising ships near the Mumbai harbour. The beautiful chapel is popularly known as the 'Afghan Church' for its unique backstory and distinct gothic architecture. A forgotten marvel, the church with its 60-meter-high spire has been domination the Mumbai coastline for 170 years now only charms the likes of history buffs and nirvana seekers.

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Overlooking the vast stretch of India's Financial Capital, Horniman Circle Gardens is a gravitating recreational centre located in the Fort district. Claimed to be one of the largest parks in Southern Mumbai, the garden has provided a stage for multiple festivals of music and art. Due to its massive green cover and blossoming environs, the park was known as 'Bombay Green' in the 18th century, as a synonym for its picturesque pulchritude.

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While many acknowledge Mumbai as the centre of finance, trade and industrial growth in India, this identity stems from the city's visionary progress in the foray of research and development. One such timely project that strengthens Mumbai's status as the economic hub, is the World Trade Centre.

A skyscraper built in the '70s, the WTC in Mumbai was India's first trade centre, installed as a symbol of the nation's prosperity and independent growth. The establishment blends in the tireless efforts of industrialists, businessmen and government to promote indigenous trade.

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In a major boost to Mumbai's sanitation standards, the city got its biggest ever, 88 seater Jumbo public toiler at Juhu Gully in Andheri (West). Spread across 4,000 square feet of civic land, the two-storey restroom promises state-of-the-art facilities to around 60,000 slum dwellers in the vicinity. People can have access to free WiFI, television, a tiny botanical garden and a waiting area with a newspaper stand at a monthly subscription of just ₹60 per family!

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In line with their brand's philosophy of 'Bajaate Raho', which entails speaking up for the right issues and for the people, 93.5 RED FM has announced the launch of Hidden Files- Season 3. A show that focuses on cybercrime, it will be hosted by renowned national security and digital crime expert- Mr. Amit Dubey, in an audiobook format that will have real-life stories of cybercrime. Educate yourself to safeguard your money, identity and other personal items from online predators, as you tune into RED FM!

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The government of Maharashtra commenced an unlock plan late Friday night, in which five levels have been created to manage restrictions. As per reports, there are 18 districts witnessing Level 1 unlock, 5 districts on Level 2, 10 districts on Level 3, 2 in Level 4 and the remaining will be in Level 5. Mumbai is currently on Level 2 unlock, however, the situation of each area will be assessed on a weekly basis to avoid any rise in the case tallies.

Read the full report below to know what all aspects have returned to normal functioning.

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One of India's domestic batting luminaries, right-hand batsman Amol Muzumdar was appointed as the coach of the Mumbai senior men's team, for the 2021-2022 season.

Muzumdar, Mumbai's Ranji Trophy-winning captain, was conferred with this title on Tuesday, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) mentioned in an official statement. Amid the sweeping expanse of his masterstrokes, this solid middle-order batsman is especially remembered for captaining Mumbai to Ranji Trophy triumph in 2006-07 till date.

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The board examinations for Class 10 were scheduled to take place in March, however, owing to the surge in COVID cases across the state, the Maharashtra government has cancelled them. Despite being rebuked by the Bombay High Court for their decision, the government is not changing this decision as the state has 2,89,088 active cases as yet. In a meeting on Thursday, state officials took decisions regarding promoting students and conducting Common Entrance Test (CET) for admission to junior colleges.

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The best of our characteristics are highlighted when we are cornered into a situation that is unfair and ugly. The ups and downs that have been a part of Robin Chaurasiya's life, narrate a similar tale- from fighting against the taboos associated with homosexuality to empowering girls of red-light areas!

Though her family lineage has roots in Indore, Chaurasiya has worked for the underprivileged across the world and currently works in Mumbai, where she has founded a non-profit organisation- Kranti. If you want a lesson in perseverance, then keep scrolling to know more about Robin Chaurasiya!

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