Sana Khan Celebrates and shares her beautiful memories attached at Big Boss House

Sana Khan Celebrates and shares her beautiful memories attached at Big Boss House along with her new best Buddies Rajiv Paul, Delnaaz , Ashaka Goradia at a suburban night club ‘Shock’.

Party was hosted by her BFF Mrs Bharti and Mr Kapil Mehra. We spotted Simi Chandoke , Daler Mehendi’s son Gurdeep Mehendi, Rohit Bakhshi.

Sana may not have won the tile of BIG BOSS, she proves to have made a place in millions of hearts.

The Hosts MR KAPIL MEHRA) QUOTES – Sana khan is one of those contestant who did not have a mask on her face and this made her a very strong contender, and wishes her luck for a brighter future.


Carlsberg enters new three year partnership

with Premier League

Carlsberg and the Premier League have agreed a new three year deal for Carlsberg to be the Official Partner of the Barclays Premier League. The deal will run for three seasons from 2013/14 until the end of the 2015/16 season.

This partnership offers a unique range of rights and opportunities for consumers to engage with the Carlsberg brand, including use of official designations; marks and imagery; match-day access and hospitality; and content for online and social media channels.

Commenting on the agreement Tom Moradpour, Vice President of the Carlsberg Brand, said:

“At a time when we are fully committed to growing the Carlsberg brand, it is fantastic to be associated with such an iconic football property as the Premier League”.

“The Carlsberg brand has a long association with football and we are delighted that this partnership with the Premier League provides us with another platform with which to connect with consumers and football fans around the world and drive greater engagement with the Carlsberg brand.

“This new partnership significantly strengthens our existing association with the game and we look forward to activating this alliance through innovative and imaginative campaigns across all our markets.”

Premier League Chief Executive, Richard Scudamore, added:

“We are extremely pleased that Carlsberg has chosen to invest in the Premier League and, from next season, become the League’s official partner.

“The Premier League is well known and well followed in the UK and internationally and that makes Carlsberg – one of the most renowned brand in the world – an excellent partner for us.

“The commitment and investment from commercial partners like Carlsberg is very important in helping us to continue to put on a high quality football competition that is enjoyed by fans at home and abroad.”

Commenting on the occasion, Subodh Marwah, Director Marketing, Carlsberg India, said, “Football is an important part of Carlsberg’s heritage and globally we have been involved with the sport for more than 40 years. With increasing exposure to the international Football tournaments through various platforms in the media, there has been an upsurge in the number of football fans in India. With strategic associations, we are keen to engage the enthusiastic fans through exciting initiatives planned for the coming months.”

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About Carlsberg Group

The Carlsberg Group is one of the leading brewery groups in the world, with a large portfolio of beer and other beverage brands. The flagship brand – Carlsberg – is one of the best-known beer brands in the world and the Baltika, Carlsberg and Tuborg brands are among the top six biggest brands in Europe. More than 42.000 people work for the Carlsberg Group, and its products are sold in more than 150 markets. In 2012, the Carlsberg Group sold approx 120 hectolitres of beer.

Carlsberg’s long-standing involvement with football

The brand has a long heritage of supporting football through major international sponsorships of national teams and international tournaments. Starting in the 1970’s, Carlsberg was the first commercial sponsor of the Danish national team and national league. The Denmark sponsorship continues today along with partnerships with the national teams of England, Ireland and Serbia.

In club football Carlsberg has wide ranging partnerships throughout Europe and beyond, including Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur (England), FC Copenhagen, OB-Odense (Denmark), Hamburger SV, Hertha Berlin, FC St. Pauli (Germany), FC Porto (Portugal) and many more.

Carlsberg is one of the longest standing sponsors of the European Football Championships having first started in 1988. Carlsberg also sponsored the 1990 World Cup and the Champions League in 2003 and 2004.

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About the Barclays Premier League

The Barclays Premier League is the biggest continuous annual global sporting event in the world. Last season more than 13m fans attended matches with average stadium occupancy in excess of 92% for the fourth season in a row. Across nine months of the year 380 matches are viewed in 212 territories worldwide. Coverage of the matches is available in approximately 720m households with an estimated cumulative global audience of 4.7bn.

About Carlsberg India

Carlsberg India Pvt. Ltd. (CIPL) commenced operations in 2007 with the beginning of production in Paonta Sahib Brewery in Himachal Pradesh. CIPL focuses on developing and strengthening its brand portfolio through innovation and commitment to superior quality. The product portfolio of the company includes its flagship brand Carlsberg and Carlsberg Elephant, Tuborg, Tuborg Strong and Palone 8. As a member of the Carlsberg Group, CIPL offers beer for every occasion and for every palate and lifestyle.

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Vivek Mishra share yoga tips with pop icon Sean Paul

Vivek Mishra is recognised as a big fitness freak in the entire Bollywood fraternity. Yoga is a commonly known generic term for physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines. Yoga is set of spiritual practices and exercises, which had originated in ancient India and Yoga has not only influenced bollywood but also hollywood. This time Vivek Mishra was seen sharing some yoga and fitness tips with pop Icon Grammy Award winner Sean Paul at Delhi.

Vivek Mishra said, “Yoga is my passion and I love to share with peoples. I am so thrilled to meet Sean Paul but we have this fantastic conversation. Moreover he was pretty much interested in learning about yoga and we shares some good tips with each other. We had a good time.”

Vivek being a Yoga trainer exchanged few tips & was heard talking about how Yoga is much more advisable than other workout. He clearly knows how to flaunt his strengths so Sean Paul is taking back the memories of Yoga to Jamaica.

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Pt. Jasraj has been awarded with 5th Glory Awards 2013

Global Advertisers created the OOH buzz in Mumbai

Mumbai: January 21, 2013: Indian classical vocalist and Padma Vibhushan recipient Pandit Jasraj was awarded with the Glory Award, an event conceptualized by Legendary bhajan singer Anup Jalota. This was the fifth edition of the award. Glory Awards was launched four years back to recognize the talent of Indian classical singers and artists.

The Glory Awards has reached its peak by awarding “5th Glory Awards” to Pandit Jasraj from the hands of Sanjeev Gupta, Managing Director, Global Advertisers.

On the occasion, Sanjeev Gupta, Managing Director, Global Advertisers said “we are honoured to be associated with Anup ji. On-behalf of Global team, I would like to congratulate Pandit Jasraj ji and I truly value his contribution in making Indian classical vocalists popular internationally.

Global Advertisers has promoted the event on hoardings across Mumbai at strategic locations of Andheri and Sion.

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Sports desk; take Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon final report from Bruno

Kiprop, Valentine set new course records in Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon

MUMBAI, JANUARY 20: Debutant Jackson Kiprop of Uganda and 20-year-old Valentine Kipketer of Kenya overcame rising heat and humidity to conquer the challenging course and set new course records in the USD 350,000 prize money Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon on Sunday.

Kiprop, not among the pre-race favourites for the title, broke away at the 36-km mark from the lead bunch comprising Kenyans Laban Moiben, the defending champion and Elijah Kemboi and Ethiopians Abraham Girma, the fastest man in the race, and Jacob Cheshari to finish strongly in 2:09.32, shaving off 22 seconds from the course record of 2:09.54 set in 2011 by Ethiopian Girma Assefa in 2011. Following Kiprop home was the Ethiopian Cheshari in 2:0943, also under the course record. Kenyan Kemboi took third place in 2:10.03.

Lyngkhoi Bining of Army Sports Institute won the Indian men’s full marathon title with a timing of 2:21.51, followed by Ashish Singh (2:23.05) and Elam Singh (2:23.09).

“I train at the Army Sports Institute and I want to thank them for all the support that they have given me,” said Bining after winning.

Lalita Babbar defended her title in the Indian women’s full marathon, winning in 2:53.42, followed home by Vijaymala Patil (2:57.42) and Rohin Raut (3:03.21). “Last year I was very happy with my time. This year I wanted perform better and break my own record, which I couldn’t. However, the victory is very satisfying,” said Lalita.

The Half Marathon men’s title was won by Nitender Singh in a time of 1:06.16, while Sudha Singh won the women’s title with a timing of 1:17.24.

Running in only the second marathon of her career, Valentine Kipketer salvaged some pride for Kenya in the otherwise Ethiopian dominated race as she clocked the season’s world leading time 2:24:33 to win the women’s race. This timing was 1.39 minutes faster than the course record of 2:26.12 set last year by Ethiopian Netsanet Abeyo. While Kipketer earned the course record bonus of USD 15,000 to supplement the winner’s purse of USD 40,000, Kiprop and Cheshari will share the bonus of USD 15,000. Kiprop also earned USD 40,000 for first place.

Kipketer, who turned 20 just a fortnight ago, had finished a credible fourth in Hamburg last April, where she clocked a decent 2:28:02 in her debut. The Kenyan, running an all-out race on one of the toughest courses in the World, was briefly accompanied by pre-race favourite Aberu Mekuria and her Ethiopian teammate Dinknesh Mekash, who were taken through at a brisk speed by pacemaker Stefan van den Broek of Belgium.

Mekash started pushing Kipketer when the race was half-way through. “I felt the heat for a good kilometre before accelerating to the front,” Kipketer admitted in the post-event briefing.

When she approached the Marine Drive on her return journey the Kenyan was on her own, but did not slow her tempo. She approached the finish-line with ease and went past the timer in a remarkable 2:24:33—new course record, Indian all-comers record and also the season’s best time for a marathoner in the World. But more than anything the first ever victory for a woman runner from her country in Mumbai!

“I’m very happy with my performance. It was a little hot towards the end of the race but I just managed to push myself. I feel good about creating a new course record here at the Mumbai Marathon. In future, with better training, I’m definitely looking to go under 2:20,” said Valentine.

Ethiopian Fatuma Sado’s 2:27:35 was the previous world lead clocked during the Xiamen marathon in China just fifteen days ago.

The Ethiopian women filled nine out of ten places for which prize money was offered after giving away the top spot to Kipketer. Dinknesh Mekash (2:28:46) and Aberu Mekuria (2:29:03) completed the podium spots with Kipketer.

Everywhere in the World the debutant marathoners are the runners to be watched as can always be expected to spring surprises and the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon was no exception. With four runners — three Ethiopians besides Jackson Kiprop of Uganda— trying their luck for the first time over the 42.195 km distance, the anticipation was more in the men’s race.

With three pace-makers driving the tempo, as many as a dozen runners went past the first 10 km in a modest 30:14. The mercury level went up after a cool 7:20 a.m. start but a pleasant breeze from the sea greeted the athletes as they approached the iconic Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link just before the 15 km mark.

Eritrean Mulue Andom paced around five runners for a good part of the race after the two other pacers, from South Africa and Kenya started trailing with the leading pack just 10 km from the finish.

The lead pack went together until the climb on the fly-over on Peddar Road, but nearing Jaslok Hospital Jackson, Girma and Moiben moved ahead. When the runners approached the 36th km mark around 1 hr,50 mins Kiprop made his move and broke away from the other two.

Ethiopia’s Cheshari, another debutant like Kiprop, charged the leader and started running shoulder-to-shoulder with the Ugandan for a brief time, but gave up when the duo were less than five kms from the finish, dropping back to around 100 metres from the leader.

Kiprop went on strongly to win in a new course record, a first for Uganda in the men’s race like what Kipketer gave to Kenya in the women’s event.

Following are the results: (Finals)

(Overall Results Men): Jackson Kiprop (UGA) 2:09.32 (SCMM New Course Record); Jacob Cheshari (ETH) 2:09.43; Elijah Kemboi ((KEN) 2:10.03; Abraham Girma (ETH) 2:10.15; Laban Moiben (KEN) 2:10.55; Abay Tadesse (ETH) 2:14.14; Dese Endris (ETH) 2.14.37; Ashenafi Ketema (ETH) 2:16.35; Desta Gebrehiwet (ETH) 2:17.05; Argachew Tola (ETH) 2:18.44.

(Overall Results Women): Valentine Kipketer (KEN) 2:24.33 (SCMM New Course Record); Dinknesh Mekash (ETH) 2:28.46; Aberu Mekuria (ETH) 2:29.03; Fantu Jimma (ETH) 2:30.22; Yeshimebet Tadesse (ETH) 2:30.52; Megra Marta (ETH) 2:31.01; Desta Tadessa (ETH) 2:31.44; Kidist Fiseha (ETH) 2:39.42; Sosena Tekle (ETH) 2:39.45; Zeytuna Arba (ETH) 2:40.03.

Indian Overall Results Men: Binning Lynkhoi (IND) 2:21.51 (Overall 14th); Ashish Singh (IND) 2:23.05 (Overall 15th); Elam Singh (IND) 2:23.09 (Overall 16th); Karan Singh (IND) 2:24.29 (Overall 17th); Angad Kumar (IND) 2:25.09 (Overall 18th).

(Indian Overall Results Women): Lalita Babbar (IND) 2:53.42 (Overall 12th); Vijay Mala Patil (IND) 2:57.42 (Overall 13th); Rohini Raut (IND) 3:03.21 (Overall 14th); M Sudha (IND) 3:08.20 (Overall 15th); Jyoti Gawate (IND) 3:13.56 (Overall 16th).

Half Marathon (Men): Nitender Singh (IND) 1:06.16; Sachin Patil (IND) 1:09.01; Atwa Bhajat (IND) 1:09.32.

Half Marathon (Women): Sudha Singh (IND) 1:17.24; Ritu Pal (IND) 1:19.19; Monika Athare (IND) 1:19.28.

Marathon Super Veteran (Men): Charles Lo (USA) 4:12.53; Bibekananda Tripathy (IND) 4:55.52; Dharam Singh (IND) 4:58.38.

Marathon Super Veteran (Women):Rachel Chatterjee (IND) 4:55.56.

Marathon Senior Veteran (Men): S J Yadav (IND) 3:21.54; Kothandapani K C (IND) 3:42.32; Ramavtar Rajbhar (IND) 3:44.90.

Marathon Senior Veteran (Women):Radha Krishnaswamy (IND) 4:45.21; Pervin Batliwala (IND) 4:48.09; Caroline Yasuda (USA) 4:48.59.

Marathon Veteran (Men): Matt Ebiner (USA) 2:44.45; Gary Lew (USA) 3:05.15; Lourdes Irudaya Bosco (IND) 3:10.13.

Marathon Veteran (Women):Rachael Woolston (GBR) 3:55.07; Kranti Salvi (IND) 4:12.00; Shilpa Phadke (IND) 4:19.58.

Kingfisher Mast Mumbaikar (For Individual): 1st Prize Ameeta Gupta (Save the Girl Child); 2nd Prize Siddhesh Gothankar (Women Safety); 3rd Prize Apurpa Sampat (Justice for Terrorism).

Kingfisher Bindaas Bande (Best Costume Theme for Groups): 1st Prize Shrimad Rajchandra Mission theme: Love & Care). 2nd Prize: Zoop Group (Ek tha Tiger).

Kingfisher Green Crusader: 1st Prize Arati Sarvaiya (Plant Trees); 2nd Prize Pooja Mundada (Go Green).


Hritik Roshan starring in 3D Animated Movie “Main Krishna Hoon”

The most awaited 3D animated movie of producer Rajiv Kashyap “Main Krishna Hoon” is ready to hit the theaters on 25th January 2013. Producer rajiv kashyap left no stone unturned to entertain the audience. Bollywood Hunk Hritik Roshan will be seen in his first ever 3D animated movie “Main Krishna Hoon” where he will be essaying a role as a cameo. Queen of the heart Katrina Kaif will be seen in special appearance as a Radha and Juhi Chawla is playing an important role in the movie.

Producer Rajiv Kashyap said, “It was the best movie experience I had till date. It was a great pleasure to Work with great personalities and thing come out very well. I wish audience appreciate our afford and like the movie.”

Main Krishna Hoon is a complete family animation movie based on the tales of Lord Krishna which is directed by Rajiv S. Ruia. This is Rajiv kashyap 6th movie and this lovely story revolves around a orphan boy name KRISHNA , who for some reason or another is depress as he is the only child who fails to get adopted. But life has better things in store for him. This movie is a complete family drama is heart touching and with very melodious music and it is a must watch.

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Forevermark CCL Glam Night to rock Mumbai

~a high voltage union of cricket and glamour~

Mumbai 19th January 2013 | The much-awaited Forevermark CCL glam night is back with a bang and this time it kicks off in the city of dreams – Mumbai – the city that never sleeps. The 3rd season of Forevermark CCL Glam Nights kicks off with a star studded curtain raiser after match party in the city. The event saw the biggies of the film fraternity from all over the country up the glam quotient of the starry night. This extravaganza included the best of contemporary music and drew the creme de la crème of the various celebrity cricket teams.

The event commenced with a vrooming start by an unique showcase by Harley Davidson’s and Lamborghini’s, no less, that set it off to a thumping start. It was followed by designer Felicia showcasing her latest collection to a resounding applause. The live performances by German wheel artist Frank and soulful renditions by Avril Quadros spiced up the evening and raised the bar for fun as they set the celebration mood for the party. Several B-town biggies Sohail Khan, Ritesh Deshmukh, Suniel Shetty, Bipasha Basu, Sridevi, Sonakshi Sinha, Kangana Ranaut, Bobby Deol, Shriya Saran, Kajal Agarwal, Priya Mani were spotted at the star studded night. Along with the superstars from Bollywood several big stars from Tollywood, Kollywood, Mollywood, and Sandalwood like Mohal Lal, Manoj Tiwari, Diganth, Sudeep, Darshan, Mammoty, Junior NTR, Lakshmi Rai, Vishal, Surya were part of awesome partying set while Mr. Gautham Kanchan, Fashion Show Director of Vibez Fashion played the perfect host for the evening.

Commenting on the same Mr. Gautam Kanchan Head Show Director & Managing Director of Vibez Fashion said, “With Forevermark CCL Glam Nights we wanted to bring the two passion of the country – Circket & Glamour together”. He further added, “We are very happy with the encouraging response we have received so far.”

The evening was presented by Vibez Fashion as they combined the two most popular passions of our country – films and cricket together at the biggest party this season – Forevermark CCL Glam Nights … the ultimate party that you should be at !

About CCL: The Celebrity Cricket League (CCL) is a non-professional men’s cricket league in India, contested by Eight teams consisting of film actors from Eight major regional film industries of Indian cinema. The league commenced in 2011. (

About Forevermark CCL Glam Nights: Forevermark Celebrity Cricket League Glam Nights is exactly what the name depicts- a high voltage union of cricket and movies. Forevermark CCL Glam Nights takes the bling quotient of CCL to the next level, with eclectic and dashing after parties post every major CCL match. These are special and exclusive after-parties organized for teams participating in the CCL. Glam Night offers players, stars, and individuals an amazing opportunity to unwind. With loads of celebrities and players in attendance, Glam Nights are the ultimate place to be. The show is directed by Fashion show director Mr Gautham Kanchan.

About Vibez Fashion: “Vibez Fashion” is a business vertical of the parent company Vibez Entertainment Pvt Ltd which will function as a single window solution to the fashion Industry. The vision of “Vibez Fashion” would be to create business related fashion events which are recognized globally. Vibez Entertainment Pvt Ltd is a premier event management firm serving the best of corporations in the Asian Pacific region.

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Pt. Jasraj has been awarded at 5th Glory Awards 2013

Mumbai: Legendary bhajan singer Anup Jalota conceptualized Glory Awards four years back to recognize the talent of Indian classical singers and artists. Today, Glory Awards has reached its peak by awarding “5th Glory Awards” to Indian classical vocalist Padma vibhushan -Pandit Jasraj from the hands of Mr. Sanjeev Gupta, Managing Director, Global Advertisers on 19th January 2013 at Nehru Center, Worli,Mumbai.

On the occasion, Sanjeev Gupta, M. D. of Global Advertisers said “we are honoured to be associated with Anup ji. On-behalf of Global team, I would like to congratulate Pandit Jasraj ji and I truly value his contribution in making Indian classical vocalists popular internationally.”

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Gaurav parikh of Richboyz entertainment’s wedding with Shivani Arora

Gaurav Parikh of richboyz entertainment married Shivani Arora ,the whole team of richboyz entertainment were enthusiastic, Ramji Gulati, Anuj Chugh, Ketul Parikh and Vicky Chugh

A 3 day long wedding culminated as a grand affair, the sangeet ceremony had the bride and groom perform too ,

Ali merchant, naman shaw, Abhijeet Sawant were all present for the wedding

It was all dance ,fun and dhol


It is a battle of the mind as Mumbai Magicians take on Jaypee Punjab Warriors at the Mumbai Hockey Association Stadium

Mumbai, 19 January 2013: Two teams that surprisingly find themselves at the bottom of the points table face each other when Jaypee Punjab Warriors take on Mumbai Magicians in Mumbai on Sunday.

In this evening game, Magicians would play for the first time at home this season. Warriors have had a horrendous start to their campaign, losing three games on the trot. Magicians’ start to the event hasn’t been any better, losing both their games so far, including the loss to Ranchi Rhinos on Friday evening.

For both the teams, Sunday’s game is as much a challenge mentally, as it is physically. Keeping their morale high despite having suffered a poor start is something that both the team managements would be trying to do. Mumbai Magicians were outplayed by a spirited Ranchi Rhinos team on Friday evening, and Magicians would need to recover quickly from that loss. They opted to sit back and weather the storm on Friday, and paid a heavy price for it, as Rhinos had already scored three goals by the end of the second quarter.

Magicians would have learned their lessons from that loss, and would be keen to be a lot more proactive against Warriors on Sunday. The vociferous support was one of major factors in Rhinos win on Friday, and Magicians would be happy that on Sunday, they play at home. They would be hoping to ride on a strong home fans support, which can really lift spirits in such important games.

The challenge for Warriors is not easy either. They have conceded at least two goals in each of their three games so far, and the defence line would be under pressure to perform. Their star goalkeeper Jaap Stockmann’s error in their last game handed Uttar Pradesh Wizards the lead. Stockmann has set high standards for himself, and would be disappointed with his error against Wizards. Having said that, Stockmann is too experienced player to let such errors affect his focus and concentration.

At a pre match press meet, Jaypee Punjab Warriors, Coach Barry Dancer, said “It was very unfortunate that we lost the previous matches. The Big difference between winning and losing was the conversion rate. It has been less than the opposition team. This is one major thing that we as a team are focusing on. For every team, understanding the combinations, the strengths and weaknesses will take time but I am very confident that this team will play good hockey throughout the tournament”.

“I am not happy with the last two matches, but we as a team are only looking at trying our best to play well. At the end we can only control how we play and focus on our strengths while playing our opponents”. Stated Jamie Dwyer, Captain Jaypee Punjab Warriors

The Hero Hockey India League is organised by Hockey India with official sanction from the International Hockey Federation (FIH). The inaugural season is being played from January 14 to February 10, 2013 in a home-and-away format. The five franchisee-based teams, consisting of the top hockey players from India and around the world, will compete for the prestigious trophy. Hero Motocorp Ltd. is the Title Sponsor of the league while Airtel is the Associate Sponsor. Star Sports, who is the Broadcast Partner, will be telecasting all matches live.

Sunday Game – 20th January: Mumbai Magicians vs Jaypee Punjab Warriors at the Mumbai Hockey Association Stadium at 8 p.m.

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The 10th edition of the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon today conducted the Official Pasta Lunch.

Being a part of the Marathon Tradition, the pasta lunch witnessed an exciting cook-off session between event ambassador Haile Gebrasalaasie, Fauja Singh, Sunil Kaushal -Regional Chief Executive, Standard Chartered, Christian Saffer – Director Marketing BMW, Paresh Maity, Gul Panag and Rahul Bose as they wore their toque’s and experimented their culinary skills.

The cook-off was judged by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor and Chitra Khanna (Winner of Master Chef India)


Rajendra Ganotra is the Editor of Spicy Stars Mumbai

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