Massive fire breaks out at film set in Mumbai's Andheri West, 10 fire tenders at spot to tackle blaze
It was reported that the level 2 fire started in a shop in Andheri West, but later it was confirmed that it broke out at a film set installed at Chitrakoot Ground next to the Andheri Sports Complex
Mumbai woman, raped and assaulted with iron rod, dies in hospital; Uddhav Thackeray promises fast-track trial
One accused has been arrested for the gruesome crime. According to reports, she succumbed after a 33-hour-long battle in the hospital
The police control room received a call in the early hours of Friday that a man was thrashing a woman on Khairani Road, the police said on Friday
The incident occurred on Monday evening near a temple in Andheri, according to police
The present complaint is nothing but a "counterblast" to the complaint T-Series filed against her for extortion, says the statement
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will undertake maintenance work of the supply valve on July 13 between 10 am and 10 pm
During the interrogation, the driver admitted that he had hatched the conspiracy of kidnapping the twin children of a Mumbai-based builder to get money for his daughter's marriage, an official said
Akshat Utkarsh's uncle Ranjit Singh has claimed that his nephew was murdered, adding that the Mumbai Police has not even filed an FIR.
Historically, large infrastructure projects in Mumbai like the Coastal Road or Bandra-Worli Sea Link have governed state imagination. But these projects only aide automobiles, not pedestrians
Coronavirus Outbreak: Three Mumbai Police constables succumb to COVID-19, taking toll in city’s force to 29
Three more constables of the Mumbai police succumbed to COVID-19 on Monday, taking the death toll in the city force to 29
Nearly 50% coronavirus patients from Mumbai found in four civic wards; areas like Worli, Andheri, Lower Parel worst-affected
Nearly 50 percent of the total 590 COVID-19 patients found so far in Mumbai, which has emerged as one of the hotspots of coronavirus spread, are from four of the total 24 administrative wards of the civic body
Coronavirus Outbreak: Mumbai Police intercepts tempo carrying 17 migrant labourers in Andheri amid lockdown
A tempo carrying 17 migrant labourers from Uttar Pradesh was intercepted by Mumbai Police in the Andheri area
Piyush Goyal unveils Railways' cleanliness survey: Rajasthan tops list while Mumbai's Andheri, Virar, Naigaon stations lead suburban list
Three stations in Rajasthan bagged top honours but none in the national capital figured in the top 10 list of railways' cleanliness survey unveiled by Piyush Goyal on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.
RCF says no 'gas leak' at Trombay factory in Mumbai; clueless about origin of 'odour', BMC officials to meet tomorrow
A day after reports of unidentified odour prompted rumours of a gas leak at the Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilisers Limited's Trombay unit, the company issued a statement Friday denying any leakage of gas at its plant in Mumbai.
Mumbai rains: Eight injured after 3 cars collide on Andheri flyover; IMD predicts heavy showers for next 2 days
Eight people sustained injuries after three cars collided with each other in Andheri, Mumbai on Wednesday morning
Mumbai rains updates: Airport's main runway likely to be operational by Thursday; DGCA issues safety circular for airlines
Mumbai rains LIVE updates: The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued an air safety circular for airlines in wake of the monsoon season. Meanwhile, the main runway of the Mumbai airport is likely to remain closed for flight operations till Thursday as it will take more time to remove the SpiceJet plane that was stuck partially on the runway on Monday.
Omar Abdullah terms Amit Shah's argument justifying use of Article 356 in Jammu and Kashmir 'unacceptable'
National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah on Friday said Amit Shah justifying the use of Article 356 to extend President's Rule in J and K is 'unacceptable'
Mumbai Rains: Central, Western Railways running late; Congress MLA blames Shiv Sena-led 'corrupt' BMC for water-logging in city
After a delay of several days, the first spell of heavy rains lashed the metropolis and its outskirts Friday morning, slowing down road and rail traffic
Andheri, Santacruz witness light showers; monsoon will gain strength with widespread rainfall in Mumbai, Goa, Konkan till 29 June, predicts IMD
Light showers were witnessed in Mumbai on Wednesday morning in areas like Andheri and Santacruz, a day after onset of the south-west monsoon was announced in Maharashtra.
A sub-adult leopard cub which entered a residential complex in Marol in Mumbai's Andheri suburb was Monday rescued by forest department staff, an official said