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Satish Chavan spends over 12 hours a day climbing in and out of manholes for minimum wage. He dreams that someday he will run his own grocery store.(HT Photo)

This sanitation worker says he says certain beauty in Mumbai’s indifference

Hindsutan Times | By Sagar Pillai
UPDATED ON AUG 31, 2018 03:40 PM IST
Satish says that he sees beauty in the city’s indifference. the city doesn’t go easy on those who were born here, it treats everyone the same
Sanjay Ratan Singh loves Mumbai summers because they are good for his juice selling business at Fort.(HT Photo)
Sanjay Ratan Singh loves Mumbai summers because they are good for his juice selling business at Fort.(HT Photo)

‘Mumbai has given me, my family an identity’

Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By Eeshanpriya MS
UPDATED ON AUG 30, 2018 11:42 AM IST
Three generations of Sanjay Singh’s family, originally from Uttar Pradesh, have run a juice stall at Fort area in Mumbai.
Bird eye view of Mumbai skyline.(Abhijit Bhatlekar/ Mint)
Bird eye view of Mumbai skyline.(Abhijit Bhatlekar/ Mint)

Mumbai Meri Hai: Hindustan Times celebrates spirit of the city

UPDATED ON AUG 27, 2018 06:32 PM IST
Mumbai Meri Hai campaign’s objective is to bring out the positive side of the daily life of a Mumbaikar and the reasons why this is the city they love the most.
For flight attendant Sameera Sayed who travels across the globe frequently, nothing matches the comfort of Mumbai.(Satyabrata Tripathy/HT Photo)
For flight attendant Sameera Sayed who travels across the globe frequently, nothing matches the comfort of Mumbai.(Satyabrata Tripathy/HT Photo)

‘You can go out at night with friends and yet feel safe’

Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By Lavina Mulchandani
UPDATED ON AUG 30, 2018 11:43 AM IST
Twenty three-year-old Sameera Syed lives in Mumbai’s Andheri and has been a flight attendant for three years.
Gautam Pawar, who has worked at a morgue for 30 years, says the job has put him at ease with the idea of death(Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)
Gautam Pawar, who has worked at a morgue for 30 years, says the job has put him at ease with the idea of death(Anshuman Poyrekar/HT Photo)

Mumbai Meri Hai: Gautam Pawar, the morgue attendant

Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By Yesha Kotak
UPDATED ON AUG 30, 2018 11:44 AM IST
Gautam Pawar, 58, started his career as a canteen boy at St. George’s hospital in Fort 42 years ago.
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