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Aamchi Mumbai

Be informed on public transport, Taxi and Auto Rickshaw fares, and local train schedules.

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Mumbai Local

Find out when local train time comes to station you are at in Mumbai.

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Mumbai Underworld

Build your illegal empire in Mumbai Underworld and become the DON of Mumbai.

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Mumbai Helpline

Contact any emergency service in Mumbai.

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Mumbai Map

Mumbai Map enable you to use maps offline without internet connection. This includes maps street names detail. This will give peace of mind when...

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Mumbai Guide

Is Mumbai new for you?Are you feeling any difficulty in moving around Mumbai?Cant afford hiring a guide ? Cant bring printed guide with you?Then...

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Mumbai On The Go

Mumbai On The Go has been completely rewritten from the ground-up for iOS 7. Everything has been designed keeping iOS 7 in mind so theres edge...

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Mumbai Boss

Mumbaiboss.com's iPhone app helps you make sense of the city, cluing you in about the best in culture, food, news, shopping and events. From the...

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Mumbai Sights

Mumbai Sights is a comprehensive navigation tool that shows you every major point of interest overlaid on a map of Mumbai. Every attraction a...

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FANS of Mumbai

Hello, mumbai fans! This is the application that gets you ALL the inside information about mumbai.Download now and experience the world of mumbai...

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Four hack suspects linked to terrorist group

AT&T hack suspects arrested in the Philippines worked for terrorist group that funded deadly attacks on Mumbai in 2008, police say.

By November 27, 2011

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Just how big is Foxconn?

The company that makes our gadgets is bigger than the Big Easy, more crowded than Mumbai.

By May 30, 2011

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Outsourcing shifts beyond Bangalore, Mumbai

While India remains popular with the top 50 outsourcing companies, vendors are progressively creating more bases in cities such as Chennai, Noida, Hyderabad, and Pune.

By January 7, 2009

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The information flow from Mumbai

Internet sites like Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and Global Voices are providing a very rough first draft of history in the accounting of the bloody attacks in India.

By November 27, 2008

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Daily Tidbits: Glam Media acquires AdaptiveAds

The content network buys the display ad-targeting specialist for an undisclosed sum and makes plans to set up shop in Mumbai, India.

By January 29, 2009

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Keyloggers to be installed at Indian cybercafes

Privacy advocates in India are dealt a blow with the news that keyloggers will be installed in the approximately 500 Internet cafes serving the city of Mumbai.

By September 10, 2007

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Chat on cell phone, become infertile?

More than four hours a day may lead to less viable sperm, researchers in Cleveland, New Orleans and Mumbai find.

By October 24, 2006

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Indian call centers struggle amid flood

Flooding continues in Mumbai, India's financial capital, and the home of many Western companies' call and support centers.

August 1, 2005

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Indian consultancy wins big IT deal

Tata Consultancy Services has won a two-year, $100 million deal to provide diagnostics company GE Medical Systems with global IT services. Mumbai, India-based TCS will work with the integration, development and management of various supply-chain management and customer-relationship management systems. The project will be launched in the United States and in more than 30 other countries in Europe and Asia, including Singapore. Initially, 200 TCS staff will be involved, and a total of 600 TCS employees are expected to work on the project over its duration. Prior to the announcement, TCS had been providing IT services to GE Medical Systems, which is based in Waukesha, Wis., for the last 18 months. The company underwent a two-month evaluation before winning the contract. Yong Shu Chiang reported from Singapore. To read the full story, visit CNETAsia.

By April 19, 2002