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Is Mumbai the world's rudest city?

June 21, 2006

A survey has called Mumbai the rudest city in the world, out of leading cities in 35 countries.

The survey states that 'the culture of extending help, expressing gratitude when helped and talking politely are not part of everyday life in Mumbai'.

It adds - Asia, in general, scored low on the chart, with every city on the continent, excepting Hong Kong, finding a place among the bottom 10. New York topped the chart with a score of 80 per cent whereas in Sao Paulo, even miscreants were found saying 'thank you'.

Do you think this is an accurate finding - can Mumbai be the world's rudest city? Or, do you disagree? Which city is ruder, in your opinion? Tell us.



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Number of User Comments: 475




Sub: nope

no its kuala lumpur


Posted by pravin pravinn





Sub: chennai is definetly the ugliest

I have been to CHENNAI many times but never returned satisfied. The whole environ ment is ugly. Especially the people talk nothin but Tamil. They ...


Posted by KRISHNAN





Sub: Chennai is BEST city in india

Instead I explain you everything, better you stay in Chennai for some time ( not for one day trip ) and feel the experience. All ...


Posted by Ramprabhu





Sub: Re: Message Posted by Sivaji on 25-JUN-06 \

Hello Sivaji, the spelling mistakes in your message on 25-JUN-06 indicate that you are NOT Maharashtrian though you have claimed so in your message. Please ...


Posted by Shri Kumar





Sub: Mumbai-centric

Maybe we all are rude in a sense-and as someone pointed out we need to think of solutions.But I believe Maharashtra is the only place ...


Posted by sabharim




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