Mumbai local trains to allow women travellers from today; Centre mulls removing plasma therapy as treatment
Currently only those engaged in frontline duties and falling in the essential staff category of the Maharashtra government are allowed to travel in the local trains run by Central Railway and Western Railway
Maharashtra extends lockdown, but resumes intra-state train services with immediate effect; hotels to reopen from Monday
However, schools, colleges and other educational institutions in the state will remain shut, as will cinema halls, swimming pools, entertainment parks and theatres in malls and market places
The railway authorities along with municipal corporations are also planning to implement a staggered train timetable for local trains in the Mumbai metropolitan region
At least 4 killed in rain-related incidents in Mumbai, Pune and Palghar; downpour cripples normal life for second consecutive day
The chronic issue of water-logging of rail tracks returned to haunt Mumbai commuters who faced hardships on the second consecutive day.
Extremely heavy rainfall lashes Mumbai, surrounding districts; waterlogging disrupts rail, road traffic
Mumbai and surrounding Thane, Navi Mumbai, Palghar and Raigad districts received extremely heavy rains on Saturday, disrupting normal life
Mumbai Rain Updates: Intermittent spells of light to moderate rain in city for next few hours; toll in Ratnagiri dam breach rises to 9
Mumbai rains, trains and weather LIVE Updates: The toll in Ratnagiri district's Tiware dam, which was breached earlier on Wednesday, has risen to nine with twenty four people still missing. The search and rescue operation is underway.
Changed schedule of trains due to Mumbai rains: IRCTC releases list of rakes cancelled, rescheduled, terminated
Cancelled Train Today, 3 July: Here is a list of trains terminated, rescheduled and cancelled by Western and Central Railway due to heavy rains in Mumbai
Mumbai at 'serious risk of flooding' between 3-5 July, predicts Skymet; high tide expected at 12.35 pm today
After witnessing the heaviest spell of rain on a single July day in the past 45 years, Mumbai braces up to face another spell of heavy to very heavy rainfall on Wednesday. Indian Meteorological Department has warned of intermittent downpour between 3 and 5 July with close to 200 millimeters (or more) rain expected per day
Mumbai rains: 22 killed in wall collapse in Malad, several flights, trains cancelled as city struggles to recover; IMD predicts heavy rains till 5 July
BMC additional commissioner Ashwini Joshi said an inquiry will be held into the Malad wall collapse in northern Mumbai.
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.
Union Budget allocates Rs 584 crore for Mumbai Urban Transport Project; several key railway plans to be expedited
Several key railway projects in the Mumbai region will be expedited with the Union Budget making sufficient provisions for the megapolis, railway officials said on Friday.
50-year-old woman in Mumbai dies after slipping into gap between local train and platform at Borivali station
Alka Patade, working with Bank of India, was on her way to office in Mumbai's BKC, when she slipped into the gap while trying to board a moving train.
Mumbai rains: Four days of torrential downpour derailed city's infrastructure, killed 10; BMC says new flood points emerge
Mumbai got a break from heavy rains on Wednesday, the city receiving sunshine and much-needed respite after four days of torrential downpour
Although the suburban railway is considered the lifeline of Mumbai, it is increasingly becoming a 'death trap' for commuters as over 3,000 people lost their lives in train accidents.
India's first air-conditioned local train services will be launched on Monday when the service gets underway on the Borivali-Churchgate in Mumbai.
Elphinstone Road stampede: Political parties play blame game as citizen discontent follows Mumbai tragedy
After the Elphinstone Road stampede, accusations of apathy towards infrastructure have flown thick and fast. A slew of measures have been taken to help prevent dangerous overcrowding.
Elphinstone Road stampede: Visuals show ornaments stolen from victim's body; Mumbai Police launches probe
Mumbai Police has launched a probe after visuals emerged showing some people allegedly stealing ornaments from a victim of the Elphinstone Road stampede
As can be seen from the reactions of several ordinary commuters, the stampede at Elphinstone Road was a tragedy waiting to happen.
The stampede at the Elphinstone Road station bridge makes one wonder if there is any value for human life in the country. In any other country, the rail minster and the concerned officers would immediately be taken to task.
Mumbai rains aftermath: Even as BMC tried to douse cyclone rumours, city stayed afloat; civic services saved the day
As torrential rain pounded Mumbai for the second time this monsoon, there was a fear of a repeat of the August 29 ordeal, when the city grounded to a halt.