Bandra

Suburb in Mumbai Suburban, Maharashtra, India

Bandra is an upscale coastal suburb located in Mumbai, Salsette Island in Maharashtra, India. The suburb is located to the immediate north of the Mithi River, which separates Bandra from Mumbai City district. It is the third-largest commercial hub in Maharashtra, after Mumbai City district and Pune, primarily aided by the Bandra-Kurla Complex. Originally, Bandra was larger in size when present day Khar was also a part of it. Almost a century ago, it was considered too large a suburb to be served by one railway station. Therefore the Khar Road railway station was established in 1924, to give the northern part of Bandra closer access to the BB&CI railway line. This eventually led to Khar being considered a separate suburb. But to this day, the two adjoined suburbs make up one homogenous zone.

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The Bombay high court on Friday held that the BMC’s action of razing renovations in actor Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow in Mumbai’s Bandra area, was “illegal..
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