“New York looks like Bombay,” Williams told the Associated Press in 1989.
As the editor of a Bombay magazine during the Emergency, Mehta was a target of the censor.
The turning point in table-tennis history was in Bombay in 1952.
Mistry, who was born in Bombay in 1952, published the novel in 1991.
First, Emmerson ranges widely, from Germany to Paris, from Bombay to Tokyo.
These matters were not concluded until months after Harry left for Bombay.
Carwar is on the west coast of Hindustan, some 350 miles south of Bombay.
He picked up the letter and started to read, picturing Chahda, in his native dress once more, at home in Bombay.
Their equipages are the smartest in Bombay, and every walk of life is led by them.
The best buffaloes are imported from the Bombay district of Dharwar.
city in western India, from Portuguese, and popularly explained as Portuguese bom bahia "good bay," but that seems folk etymology (for one, the adjective is masculine and the noun is feminine), and the more likely candidate is the local Mumbadevi "Goddess Mumba," a Hindu deity worshipped there. The city's name officially changed to Mumbai in 1995.