Following flak, Maharashtra govt says migrant labourers returning to home states won't need individual medical certificates
Migrants seeking to leave Maharashtra for their home states will no longer need to procure individual medical certificates, as per an order issued by the state government on Thursday.
As coronavirus lockdown eases in Mumbai, migrant workers scramble to procure medical certificates so they can return home
On 29 April, the Ministry of Home Affairs finally issued an order allowing the movement of migrant labourers in India stuck away from home due to the lockdown in place since 25 March
Won't lodge complaint against Mumbai Uber driver, his act reflects country's situation, says poet-activist Bappadittya Sarkar
Sarkar, a resident of Jaipur, who had arrived in Mumbai on 3 February for a poetry reading session at the Kala Ghoda Festival
Morris, kidnapped a 43-year-old load agent after he failed to return a chunk of the amount that Morris had given him to help clear his Rs 3 crore loan
Mumbai pips Gurugram on air quality index levels as pollution worsens in financial capital: With AQI of 193, Colaba joins Delhi-NCR 'unhealthy' air
While Delhi, neighbouring NCR region and other North Indian states grapple with rising air pollution levels, the air quality levels in Mumbai, surrounding Thane and Navi Mumbai districts dropped to unhealthy levels on Sunday
Bombay HC to decide if BMC’s negligence led to 2015 Kurla fire that claimed eight lives; bench may also deliberate on compensation
The Bombay High Court said on Tuesday that it would decide whether negligence on the part of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) contributed to the fire at Hotel City Kinara in suburban Kurla in 2015
Incessant rains lash Mumbai, neighbouring districts, disrupting road, rail traffic; extremely heavy rainfall expected in next 24 hours
Incessant rains lashed Mumbai and its surrounding areas on Saturday and the India Meteorological Department said more heavy rainfall is expected in the next 24 hours
Mumbai rains: 'All three lines operational, no waterlogging on tracks,' says Central Railway CPRO as affected services resume in city
The affected railway services due to rainfall have resumed in Mumbai and all three lines including Up, Down, and Middle are now operational, said the Central Railway CPRO.
Mumbai comes to standstill due to incessant rain; railway, road traffic thrown out of gear, 52 flights cancelled
Mumbai was paralysed on Tuesday by the incessant rain, which left several areas of the financial capital waterlogged and claimed 18 lives in a wall collapse.
Mumbai rains: Navy deploys team to assist in rescue ops; 'at least 1,000 people evacuated from Kranti Nagar in Kurla,' says BMC
Following heavy rains in Maharashtra, the Indian Navy on Tuesday deployed teams to provide assistance in rescue operations. As many as 1,000 people have been shifted to safe places with the help of National Disaster Response Force, fire brigade, Naval teams as well as local volunteers. In wake of the very heavy rainfall forecast by Meteorological department, the state government has declared a public holiday in Mumbai today.
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
Mumbai: Four wounded after part of boundary wall at Kurla railway station collapses; rail traffic remains unaffected
Four persons were injured after a portion of the boundary wall of suburban Kurla railway station in Mumbai collapsed on Friday, a civic official said.
Mumbai rain: Several areas water-logged; CR cancels mega block on Central line; cracks appear in Ghatkopar bridge
Heavy rain continued to lash Mumbai city on Sunday as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a warning for "heavy to very heavy falls" in few places in the city and the suburbs over the weekend
Mumbai rain: Heavy downpour across city suburbs, Thane, Kalyan and Navi Mumbai; three people reportedly killed
Heavy rain lashed the city of Mumbai, parts of Thane, Kalyan and Navi Mumbai on Saturday morning, causing waterlogging in certain parts and causing a temporary disruption in suburban rail services
Case registered after labourer dies falling into manhole in Mumbai's Kurla area; BMC initiates inquiry
A 24-year-old labourer from Rajasthan died after falling into a 15-feet deep manhole in Kurla in Mumbai on Friday night. The incident reportedly took place around 10.30 pm, according to media reports.
Central Railways finalises tender in 24 hours to build new foot over-bridge at Lokmanya Tilak Terminus
The Central Railways (CR) has managed to award a tender for the construction of a foot-over bridge (FOB) within 24 hours.
A minor girl was molested and assaulted by a group of men in Mumbai's Nehru Nagar, while bystanders turned a blind eye without intervening to help the victim.
Mumbai building collapse: Buildings in Kurla, Ghatkopar top list of 'most dangerous' structures, residents ignore BMC's warnings
The incident also highlights the civic apathy towards the dangers of old, weakened structures in Mumbai, which continue to be occupied.
Heavy rains lashed Mumbai and its outskirts on Friday morning slowing down the road traffic during the rush hour.
MNS candidate Sanjay Turde was returning home after celebrating his victory in the recently held BMC polls when a mob of around 100 people attacked them.