The city papers prate of the competition of Bombay with Manchester and the like.
There are no more uses of "Mumbai" in the book.
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"Surely if he was able to turn Nephilim into—into monsters, we ought to be able to find a way to turn them back," said Nasreen Choudhury, the head of the Mumbai Institute, regal in her rune-decorated white sari.
Cassandra Clare -- City of Heavenly Fire
The book was called The Satanic Verses by Salman Rushdie, and it was a parody of the life of the Prophet, PBUH, set in Bombay.