The world and even India have left Mumbai far behind
SummaryIt doesn’t offer anything that other cities don’t but it’s the notion of home that makes people stay
About eight years ago when the first Mumbai Metro line opened, the passengers gawked like ancient rustics at the swanky air-conditioned cars, and the automatic doors. It was all so new to them. Purely from their reactions, they did not look like residents of one of the largest urban economies of the world.