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Bombay.. (Not again!)
Oct 17, 2005 12:23 PMRead
I was about to be drowned, lost, dead in you, Bombay. You were flooded all over. You intruded with muck and your sea. You did it all to make yourself unforgettable for me!Another 26th destined to a similar disastrous fate - and now I'm being superstitious - this time around it was Bombay. Th...Read More

Mumbai meri jaan!!!
Oct 04, 2005 07:14 PMRead
It?s been almost two months and Mumbai is still recuperating from the tragic floods that took the city by surprise on the evening of *July 26, 2005.The rains left behind many scars, unaccountable losses and nightmarish memories that haunt Mumbaikars till date. Mumbaikars braved 36 odd hours ...Read More

Take the Ownership
Sep 28, 2005 08:37 PMRead
I work as an IT professional and in our industry we have a concept of ownership. The concept means basically this * When you develop an application or draft a document, you are the owner for that component. And being the owner for that, you are completely accountable for the output. In essence i...Read More

Aug 06, 2005 02:01 PMRead
I was one of the few lucky people who was not affected by this monsoon disaster. But though, I feel very sorry for those who were severly affected.July 26, 2005. The rain started at about 12pm. I was in my school at that time. When I saw the rain coming, I thought it must be the usual rain a...Read More

Jannani Janmabhumischa Swargadapi Gariyasi
Sep 09, 2010 01:54 PMRead
Dear Capt.Chitnis, Before I begin I salute you and our our heroes involved in this incident. God let the 'shaheeds' soul rest in peace. Great work Capt. and really touched my heart. This article should be a lesson for our Media as well. The way you have narrated the whole incident Sir, I felt th...Read More

Spirit of Community
Jul 05, 2006 12:17 AMRead
I appreciate your spirit towards making things better, especially the Public Institutions.Public service in our country is too neglected and most suffer silently, depressed and resigned to the fate.Everyone is not like that.Like you they raise their voice when they believe that things could be b...Read More

Make that 2006!!!!!!!
Jul 04, 2006 06:53 PMRead
How do I start - the disastrous management continues unabated!!!! Since Saturday, work in the commercial capital of India has been thrown completely out of gear and the municipal and state authorities' tall claims appear laughable to say the very least. If yesterday I took a halfday from work, t...Read More

Mumbai Monsoon
Jun 07, 2006 07:16 PMRead
One more disaster in the makingA monsoon is just around the corner and the people of Mumbai are holding their breath to see if they are going to witness another episode of last year's July 26 deluge.On that ill-fated day, Mumbai recorded its highest rainfall of 900 millimeters, turning t...Read More

Sep 24, 2005 09:43 PMRead
8.45 pmBy Amit In mumbai~From the desk~~Straight from the heart~Its story of sorrow, its story of spirit also, its story of STATURE ALSO AND story of shame also… Its still raining in mumbai and Maharashtra so still … .Bad memories keep coming back. Fear is not over yet. So my voi...Read More

Sep 19, 2005 10:45 PMRead
I am writing this review regarding the Mumbai Rains and how it affected the Mumbaikars' life.It was very good day in the morning but in the afternoon a very heavy rain started on 26/7/05. I was in for a project which was fortunately held in an area somewhat near my place.During that day ...Read More

Sep 19, 2005 03:02 PMRead
HELL FIRE AND EXPLOSION BOMBAY HIGH NORTH FIELD.  GREATEST MARITIME DISASTER IN THE HISTORY OF OFFSHORE OIL OPERATIONSI was there. * This is a first hand story. Read on.July 27, 2005,  was just another day in the Oil Field of Bombay High North Sea. I was sailing on board an Offshore Shor...Read More

Well done mumbai!!!
Sep 07, 2005 12:14 PMRead
Couldn't stop making this comparison.inches of rain in new orleans due to hurricane katrina. 18inches of rain in Mumbai(July 27th). 37.1population of new orleans. 484, 674population of mumbai.  12, 622, 500deaths in new orleans within 48 hours of katrina.100deaths in mumb...Read More

Salaam Mumbai
Sep 02, 2005 11:14 AMRead
This morning I  was watching the BBC coverage  of Cyclone Katrina that struck the US coast a couple of days back  .  They were talking about the large scale destruction that had taken place there . There was a clip of a woman crying, asking the US president to send help since there was large sca...Read More

What's Happening To Our World?
Aug 27, 2005 03:56 AMRead
I was vacationing on Christmas Island, (a Territory of Australia), when the tsunami happened.Luckily the tidal wave that hit India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka didn't come our way.Because this is an Indian owned site I offered the owners a deal. If they would let me redeem my points they cou...Read More

No match for supercyclone of Orissa
Aug 26, 2005 06:13 PMRead
Imagine the supercyclone of 1999 to have occured in Mumbai.Well, i am damn sure that, with such a dense population & high rises, Mumbai had been in rubbles.Maybe almost half of Mumbai would had vanished in the map of India.I am sure that Mumbai would have lost half of its population & almost hal...Read More

Jis paani se dhote hain, usi ne maari
Aug 26, 2005 04:01 PMRead
Mumbai, the city that never sleeps; the city that never stops came to a complete halt of the day of the deluge. People blame the government for not having done anything. To an extent I agree to the fact that the government did nothing except'wait and watch'. But for rains which were record break...Read More

Deluge of unimaginable proportions
Aug 25, 2005 09:06 PMRead
History is MadeJuly 26th, 2005 made history of sorts for the world weather. This much of intensity of water raining down from the clouds! Nobody had any inkling of the disaster that was pouring down for several hours. In fact the Met. Department had prophesied somewhat late and deficient  mo...Read More

Be Carefull
Aug 25, 2005 02:29 PMRead
Please be carefull in buying any new car in Mumbai, Fiat, Hyundai, GM and Toyota. Most of the new stock of these vehicles Most of the vehicle was completely drowned in water. Now even though the manufacturers have instructed the respective dealers not to sell it as new vehicles, some dealers are...Read More

Dissection of Disaster
Aug 25, 2005 01:17 PMRead
Its almost a month after the disaster and feel its a right time to do a dissection of why, how & what of this great disaster mainly to get a solution on how we can avoid such things in future.If we take out the emotions away for a while & view this disaster with an objective view we all know...Read More

Floods , did it happened in mumbai ????
Aug 25, 2005 12:22 PMRead
Floods in Mumbai?26th July 2005, a day to be remembered in history, ummm its just 1 month now and its in history.26th July 2005, Afternoon 2.30 pm: heavy rains, water started pouring down and logging.I was in Mazgaon office and my elder son was in school, wife called up in school, bu...Read More

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