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Publisher. Love Mumbai, passionate about making cities liveable, A recent bibliophile and flaneur. Fighting all the time to connect the bridge between the privileged and the not so.

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A Bandra Tenant’s tale of Bandra BMC and Bandra Landlord

Doris Cardoz is a Bandra Tenant who lived in a dilapidated building which was declared unsafe by BMC. She thanks the lord for her luck as she didn't have to face any inconveniences even when the water and electricity were cut off. We hope she and the her Bandra landlord do get justice and fair price.

3/4BHK house in Bandra East with 3 tired security guards.

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We know gated communities are safe. But Radius Developers advertising that we have 3 tired security guards is stretching it too far. Jokes apart what are the agency guys doing ? “One BKC” has recently won “Best Commercial Building Award” by CNBC Awaaz Real estate awards 2017-18. Source - Website

Bandra girl wants maid to do 3 months free internship

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She wanted to be on her woman. She moved out to where else but Bandra. Bandra gives a woman complete freedom. Freedom to do what she wants, Freedom to get a guy in the house anytime and throw him out. But paying the exorbitant rents of bandra flats can bring out the worst in anyone.

Adani Electricty sends a shocker to Bandra Residents.

Some time back I received a e-bill from Adani Electricity. The amount seemed twice what I was expecting. First I wondered what ever happened to Reliance Energy. Relaince Energy was bought over by Adani Electricity. It is not clear how that would benefit the common man. Why didn't I hear about this deal?

Review of the Book “The House at 43, Hill Road” by Brenda Rodrigues

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 The Housing society is a micro democracy and corruption starts here. This Book is a tale of the fight between the writers family and the owners of the Select Corner.  Braz Rodrigues who built one of the first bungalows on Hill Road in the mid 1800’s. The book begins with the tale of the family tree. Braz Rodrigues belonged to …

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