Mumbai Mirror

Mumbai Mirror



India's largest compact newspaper.

Mumbai, India
Joined on December 05, 2012

We looked inside some of the tweets by @MumbaiMirror and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
39 minutes
Average replies
Average retweets
Average likes
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

23. in country India and category Daily News

114. in country India and category Media

583. in category Daily News

976. in country India

"The remedy for bad journalism is not making life difficult for all journalists. It is removing the existing impediments on good journalism," writes @atti_cus

#Watch: @MumbaiPolice remove posters of French President #EmmanuelMacron from Mumbai roads.

One of the biggest suburban rail networks of the Asia struggling for resumption of its all services due #Covid19 regime.

Patient alleges staffer molested her in #Covid19 ward at St George Hospital; woman says the accused was wearing a #PPE suit.

Scott Ray D’Souza began gasping for breath during a match with friends.

She was unconscious, had convulsions and low BP while being admitted to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital.

Commuters not wearing masks will be heavily fined and face legal action.

Decision after steady decline in daily cases.

Leader of Opposition @Dev_Fadnavis surprised many when he chose to undergo #Covid treatment at the state-run hospital.

There will be no #Diwali fare hike this year, even though it means that the cash-strapped transport body will lose Rs 22 crore.

#COVID19 | #Maharashtra's #coronavirus tally on Thursday increased to 16,66,668 with 5,902 new cases. #COVID

Maharashtra's #Covid19 task force has told @mybmc to push for aggressive testing of 24,000 tests per day, up from the current 12,000-16,000.

The 16-year-old had moved with his family from the US during the lockdown; he was in the process of taking admission for FYJC at a local college.

According to the protocol adopted by the #Covid care centre, initial assessment of a patient has to be necessarily done in 2-5 minutes.

The project was launched in Oct 2018; Dharavi residents want to redevelop through SRA projects instead.

35 Covidiots in Juhu-Andheri made to sweep the streets, pick up litter and clear pavements of wild overgrowth.

Horoscope: October 30, 2020

BMC officials have said that those caught not wearing a mask, if reluctant to pay Rs 200 as a fine, will have to get ready to sweep roads as part of community service.

The National Green Tribunal has slapped a penalty of Rs 29.75 crore on the BMC for letting untreated effluents into water bodies.

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