Mumbai Diary: Monday Dossier
It was the anniversary of the filmmaker Romesh Sharma. And what better way to bring in your 70 in the company of close friends? Guests of the discreet celebration include personalities from the veterinary industry Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya, Shabana Azmi, Javed Akhtar and Danny Denzongpa, and the master of sarstad Ustad Amjad Ali Khan. When Azmi shared this image with her FTII colleagues, she also left us with some memories of her college days.
“It hurt me limp,” he said of Sharma, who was also his first co-agent Parinay.
Each year, the planet loses more than 150 species of plants and animals, and in India is in the midst of the “sixth extinction” of this mass.
The actress Dia Mirza managed to attract the attention of this young amateur during the presentation of a book in BNHS during the weekend. Pic / Atul KambleActress Dia Mirza managed to attract the attention of this young amateur during the presentation of a book at BNHS during the weekend. Pic / Atul Kamble
The discovery of conservation and journalism Prerna Singh Bindra: the wildlife of the Indian crisis, which deals with this furious problem with a focus on India was published on the eve of World Tiger Day in a recently organized agreement With Hornbill House Bombay Natural History Society.
The event featured the actress and activist from the Mirza office and Praveen Pardeshi of the main minister in a conversation with the author. If you are willing to take a look at the relentless action that is Indian wildlife, this book can be a good starting point.
A look at Bombay of yesteryear
This reporter recently discussed the latest annual edition of Bombay’s historic local society. Appelément calls The Bombay Explorer, the problem is a pleasure for those interested in the evolution of Bombay.
Article Rajan Jayakar with avocado and antiques on trams to Bombay well studied by graduate students of the latest contributions, the publication covers little known but important historical monuments dotted the city, including Diana Talkies, already missing, on Grant Road, Dadar Dhuru Lodge Belonging to one of the oldest residents of Mumbai to Chembur Gaothan.
An interesting account of how Princess Street has become a center for homeopathic institutions interviews current owners with the family business and explores the unique disposition of having consultations with medical occupational therapists in stores. Fascinated? Drop in the Heras Institute housed at St. Xavier College for a dekho of the question.