Anjali Karnavar

Articles By Anjali Karnavar

A day in the life of Shah Rukh Khan’s fans outside ‘Mannat’

Fan tells the story of a man’s obsession with a superstar. On a Sunday, the crowd outside Shah Rukh Khan’s house is no less starry-eyed.

Mumbai rewind: For tenants of building that housed 13/7 terrorists, life has moved on

The shock of having rubbed shoulders with terrorists, and the incessant media attention, has worn off over the course of five years.

Pond in Sanjay Gandhi National Park becomes garbage dump

The pond, built as a 40-foot- deep structure located near a government rest house, was designed to allow nature lovers to watch animals attracted to the pond.

Mumbai’s Byculla Zoo: A testament to the period that shaped city’s architectural landscape

Gazette papers of the zoo reveals stories from its golden years, when a collection of 1,800 trees belonging to 150 species made up the green cover.

Mumbai hyper local: Student drive arranges 15,000l water for Marathwada village

Bringing together households in Goregaon (West), 50 students from Vivek College, KES College, GTS College, Vidhya Vikas and Shailendra College went door to door collecting water for the villagers of Mankhurvadi in Beed.

Mumbai Open spaces plan: Environmentalists and planners raise concerns

Say availability of open spaces in draft Development Plan is much lower than the national standards.

Mumbai: Unprecedented shortage of water in two Kalyan chawls

Unwashed utensils in her kitchen sink and empty drums lined up in the toilet, Pandvekar describes how the water cuts have forced her to ration water.

Melting Pot: Transgender community redefines its role in city of dreams Mumbai

At the recently held Trans Empowerment Mela organised by Anam Prem, The Indian Express got itself acquainted with some such individuals, who have taken up entrepreneurial roles despite societal restrictions.

Qnet Scam: Mumbai residents protest outside Michael Ferreira’s house

Simultaneous protests were held in Delhi, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.

Transgenders’ music group in Mumbai is creating buzz with its 6 Pack Band

Fida and Bhavika, among the six whose collaboration with Sonu Nigam for the song “Rab de Bande” turned quite a few heads, said they found themselves through music.

Mumbai’s Malayalis welcome New Year the traditional way

As Vishu kindles the promise of prosperity in the hearts of the many Malayalis in Mumbai it also bears witness to a community that innately incorporates its culture to every surrounding.

10-year-old girl fetching water home hit by train, dies

The perilous journey across tracks is undertaken by scores of women and children from Sai Dham Chawl in Bhaskar Nagar, Kalwa (East) to procure drinking water.

Mumbai: Mulund dumping ground fire adds to the woes of Hari Om Nagar residents

The 10,000 residents of Hari Om Nagar, who live at the periphery of the Mulund dumping ground, relived the nightmare of yet another fire at the dump on Monday.

Mumbai: When the night lends a voice to the voiceless

These outreach programmes, carried out by Bharadwaj and others like him, are aimed at achieving more than just a dialogue.

Mumbai: Students spread awareness about AIDS in colleges

In 125 colleges across the city, 250 students are spreading awareness on how HIV infection is caused, the importance of condoms, and ways to prevent sexually transmitted diseases.

Ranwar: Where young artists find inspiration in the old

At the brink of rapid urbanisation, this hamlet now sports a number of housing societies and gated communities, much to the angst of senior citizen Keith Smith.

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