The publication will be coming out with an anniversary special that seeks to give a 360-degree perspective on the way forward for Mumbai
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | June 12, 2015
Mid-Day is all geared to celebrate its 36th anniversary with an anniversary special that seeks to give a 360-degree perspective on the way forward for Mumbai. To propel this idea, the publication has zeroed in on six hot button topics to make it ‘Maximum Mumbai’.
From June 22 to 27, city experts across genres will share their vision for Mumbai with solutions to problems for a better tomorrow. The theme is all about maximising the potential of Mumbai and to make it ‘Maximum Mumbai’. With news on the ground, in-depth analysis and innovative writing as well as an array of visuals that give life to words, the 36th anniversary will be all about a multi-pronged view of the city through the looking glass.
Commenting on the anniversary issue, Vikas Joshi, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mid-Day Infomedia, said, “Mumbai is defined by its constant change and every change is passionately followed by its denizens. Given our heritage of being ‘Made in Mumbai’, we imbibe Mumbai’s way of life. Our 36th anniversary issue is dedicated to steering the city in a positive direction with views and suggestions shared by experts.”
Sections that would be covered are:
June 22: Fashion & Lifestyle – From trends to high-street fashion, home décor to design mantras, experts suggest how the city can become India’s fashion and lifestyle capital.
June 23: Sports – Mumbai-centric sports, its maidans and masala, along with new-age trends and its inherent sporting culture will be highlighted.
June 24: Food & Nightlife – From gastro pubs to organic cafes and groovy nightlife, Mumbai is a melting pot of culinary adventures with the right dose of action-packed nightlife. Experts discuss how to make it the hippest eating out and nightlife destination.
June 25: Bollywood – Stars talk about the future of films and why Bollywood means Mumbai and Mumbai means Bollywood.
June 26: Transport & Infrastructure – Experts will talk about lifelines and innovations in transport and infrastructure. From commuter connectivity to revolutionary projects and environmental issues, they will suggest the way forward.
June 27: Travel & Technology – Travel experts will look at how Mumbai can become a better, safer and forward-looking tourist destination. While tech experts will chart how technology is changing the way Mumbaikars live, work and move around.