Salsette Island

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Salsette Island,

India: see MumbaiMumbai
, formerly Bombay
, city (1991 pop. 3,175,000), capital of Maharashtra state, W central India, occupying c.25 sq mi (65 sq km) on Mumbai (Bombay) and Salsette islands on the Arabian Sea coast. Mumbai Island was created in the 19th cent.
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India's largest integrated power utility, Tata Power, has installed a rain water harvesting plant (RWH) at Salsette division.
Examining aspects of land, class and community, and the apartment building, the book describes the formation of the Bombay City Improvement Trust in the aftermath of the plague epidemic of 1896 and the subsequent genesis of the suburban vision, the formation of Bombay's new lower-middle class and the emergence of Dadar-Matunga as a lower-middle-class suburb in the 1920s and 30s, the rise and spread of the apartment building as a distinctive dwelling type during the period, the emergence of new forms of metacaste identities like the South Indian in these suburbs, and the suburbanization of Salsette Island and its annexation to the Bombay municipal limits in the late 1950s.
They were scattered across the Salsette island (Bombay) including Bandra, Kurla, Thane and Bhayander.
Under number 67 he notes, "There are long benches cut along either of the side walls of the open court from which one can enjoy a panoramic view of the Salsette Coast and the sea beyond.
After honeymooning in Bombay they are working on the Salsette which is sailing to the Aden Protectorate.
The province of Salsete (also spelt Salsette and Salcete), is across the river from Goa.
Clive Brittain won the feature race at Ascot on Saturday and Salsette (12.
Other evidence of teak's amazing durability is found in cave temples in Salsette, India, where the 2,000-year-old teak remains in mint condition.
The MERC has sanctioned Tata Power that has transmission schemes, comprising (i) installation of (a) a 220 KV transmission line from Kalwa to Salsette; (b) a 220 KV Trombay Dharavi Salsette transmission line; (c) a 145 KV GIS (gas insulated switchgear) at Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai; (d) a 145 KV GIS at HDIL, Kurla; (e) a 220 KV GIS at Mahalaxmi, Mumbai; (f) a 75 MVA transformer with a 33 KV GIS at Parel, Mumbai and (ii) replacement of a 22 KV bus section at Dharavi, Mumbai.
I believe there are many who think that the British might have extended their possessions in Hindoostan, ad libitum: however, one of the greatest of our Indian statesmen, Lord Clive, thought that the Bengal provinces and the circars, together with a moderate tract of land round Madras, and the island of Salsette, near Bombay, were fully equal to the measure of good policy, and to our powers of keeping possession.
Tata Power has transmission schemes approved by the MERC, including (i) installation of (a) a 220 KV transmission line from Kalwa to Salsette; (b) a 220 KV Trombay Dharavi Salsette transmission line; (c) a 145 KV GIS (gas insulated switchgear) at Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai; (d) a 145 KV GIS at HDIL, Kurla; (e) a 220 KV GIS at Mahalaxmi, Mumbai; (f) a 75 MVA transformer with a 33 KV GIS at Parel, Mumbai and (ii) replacement of a 22 KV bus section at Dharavi, Mumbai.
Recently, Tata Power commissioned an additional transmission lines in Maharashtra between Kalwa and Salsette.