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Bombay then, Mumbai now

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        StatementLustre Press, Roli Books
        PublishersLustre Press, Roli Books
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        LC Classifications2009
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        Paginationxvi, 67 p. :
        Number of Pages48
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        Bombay then / Jim Masselos ; photo research & editing, Pramod Kapoor Mumbai now / Naresh Fernandes ; photo research & editing, Chirodeep Chaudhuri.

        A two part illustrated narrative on Bombay, India; authored separately by Jim Masselos with photo research and editing by Pramod Kapoor and Naresh Fernandes with photo research and editing by Chirodeep Chaudhuri. File Size: 7MB.


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He also admitted to lying about evidence recovered and misleading people into believing that it pointed to the as possible suspects. Jaywant Mumbai now, a former customs inspector. The Parliament by an Act widened the Mumbai now of the Bombay High Court to include Goa and Daman and Diu on 30 October 1982.

A further improvement was made to this Court, with a Jury System being introduced in the criminal division. Judicial independence was established during this time after an interesting incident.

On the left side of the clock tower we see a dark Gothic structure which is the Mumbai High Court. The interior of the dome is exposed to view from the ground floor, and the dome-well that carries the main staircase has been artistically decorated.

The Bombay High Court: Then & Now : Live History India

People thronged the place from all over the world, and the residents charged them for "specialised tours" that even passed the homes of the kids who acted in the film. The present Bombay Club is in no sense a naval club. Renamed Mahatma Gandhi Road, Esplanade Road, like most parts of South Bombay, is lined with heritage Mumbai now Elphinstone College and the David Sassoon Library are amongst the prominent ones.

Sir Cowasjee Jehangir generously Bombay then the amount. The idea was then supported by Governor Lord Elphinstone and so the whole garden complex was initially named after him. And the imposing structure was completed in 1893, with its tallest tower rising up to 77.

The side of the hotel seen from the harbour is actually its rear with the front facing away to the west. Unfortunately, post Independence, like it has been with many of our heritage sites, the condition of the building deteriorated due to lack of interest in preservation. The remarkable Narayan Meghaji Lokhande, a follower of Jyotiba Phule was the editor of the labour weekly Deenbandhu from 1880, deposed before the Factory Commission in 1880 and founded the Bombay Mill Hands Association in 1884.

L to R — Mumbai High Court, Rajabai Clock Tower, Mumbai University and Sessions Court The Oval, it is a large rectangular-shaped Grade I recreational ground where you see people playing cricket and football most hours of the day. As is for the theatres, the same is true for old movie studios that gave the city its most distinguishable characteristic—Bollywood. Victoria Terminus Now known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal Source: Bombay then 2. A freelance content writer by profession, I love to travel across India whenever I get the opportunity and share the wonders of India.

Executive dominance and interference prevented an independent functioning of the Courts. GIPR stands for Great Indian Peninsula Railway, which was a predecessor of the Indian Central Railway. From the Colonial to the Contemporary: Images, Iconography, Memories, and Performances of Law in Indias High Courts.