For women in Mumbai slums, micro-finance loan repayments compound COVID-19 lockdown-induced cash crunch
'If we get a hundred rupees somehow, should we feed our children first, pay rent first, or deal with loans?' a resident of a slum in Chembur said
BMC asks Mumbaikars to not panic after complaints of foul odour from Chembur and nearby areas; fire brigade probing matter
The BMC said that it has alerted the Mumbai fire department after receiving complaints of a suspected gas leak from residents in Chembur, Ghatkopar, Kanjurmarg, Vikhroli and Powai
Violence at funeral procession in Mumbai's Chembur: Nearly 200 booked, 33 held for 'attacking' police, damaging vehicles
The man reportedly committed suicide alleging inaction by the Mumbai Police in finding his 17-year-old daughter who had been missing since several months
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.
Gas leak in Mumbai's suburbs creates panic, complaints about unknown smell; seepage from Chembur's chemical plant contained, says BMC
Gas leakage has been reported from several parts of Mumbai on Thursday, with citizens taking to social media to complain about a lingering smell in their localities
Heavy rain in Mumbai, adjoining areas leads to water-logging, traffic snarls; IMD predicts heavy rainfall for today
Mumbai recorded 88.14 millimeters of rainfall in the last 24 hours, ending 6 pm on Saturday, with water logging and traffic snarls reported in various parts of the city
19-yr-old girl gang raped in Mumbai's Chembur on her birthday, suffers multiple injuries, partial paralysis; police yet to make arrests
The police on Friday registered a case against four unidentified persons for allegedly raping a 19-year-old girl on her birthday in Chembur area of Mumbai.
Mumbai Rains: Downpour leads to traffic snarls, disrupts public transport; train with 700 onboard held up for hours due to flooding
Heavy rains lashed Mumbai leading to traffic snarls, cancellation of several flights, and affected the movement of trains in the city.
Heavy rainfall in Mumbai revives memories of 26 July 2005 monsoon fury; 17 flights diverted from airport
Mumbai was lashed by rains on Friday but the impact was nowhere close to the monsoon fury of July 26, 2005.
Water-logging across many parts of Mumbai as heavy rains lash city; train services hit, traffic comes to a standstill
Mumbai received 93 millimetres of rain in the past 24 hours, leading to water logging and traffic jams in many parts of the city.
Facing financial woes, Mumbai builder Sanjay Agarwal kills self; third such death in last three years
Difficulties faced in a real estate project in the upmarket Chembur area may have led Mumbai builder Sanjay Agarwal to commit suicide by shooting himself
Daily Bulletin: Fire in Mumbai high-rise kills 5; day after clearing triple talaq bill, Parliament to reconvene at 11am; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Five killed as fire breaks out in Mumbai high-rise; Apple could start assembling its premium iPhones models in India; Police claim arrest of prime accused in Bulandshahr violence; and more.
Five dead, several injured as fire breaks out in residential highrise in Mumbai's Chembur; rescue ops underway
Five people, including four women, were killed while several others including a fireman were injured after a major fire broke out in a 16-storey residential building in Chembur on Thursday evening.
Snake undergoes MRI scan for broken spine in Chembur; bamboo pit viper recovering, responding to medicine
The snake, a bamboo pit viper, was found beaten with sticks in Dahisar. The venomous serpent was spotted by a local hawaldar, who handed it over to Anil Kubal, a snake rescuer. The serpent was taken to the clinic of veterinary doctor Deepa Katyal in suburban Chembur where it was found its spine had got damaged, Kubal said Thursday.
RK Studios to go up on sale; Rishi Kapoor says investment in rebuilding wouldn't have yielded sufficient revenue
The Kapoor family has decided to sell the iconic RK Films and Studios, which was built by legendary actor Raj Kapoor nearly 70 years ago, due to growing losses
Gurudas Kamat passes away: Congress leader laid to rest at crematorium he inaugurated exactly nine years ago
On 23 August, 2009, Gurudas Kamat inaugurated the renovated Charai crematorium in suburban Chembur, one kilometre away from his residence.
Fire at Bharat Petroleum refinery in Mumbai's Chembur leaves 1 critical, injures 45; locals felt tremors from blast
A massive fire broke out after a blast took place in Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited refinery in Mahul, Chembur on Wednesday, leaving nearby buildings jolted.
Fire breaks out in Mumbai's Chembur: Eight people, including two toddlers suffer burn injuries, blaze under control
Eight persons of a family, including two toddlers, suffered burn injuries after a fire broke out at their house near Swami Vivekanand school in suburban Chembur.
A 41-year-old contractor, an accused in the Gosikhurd irrigation project scam, allegedly shot himself dead with a revolver in his car in south Mumbai on Tuesday, police said.