Mumbai Rains News
Apart from Mumbai, ‘red’ alert has been sounded in parts of Maharashtra including Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sangli and Gadchiroli districts
According to the India Meteorological Department, Mumbai has had its wettest July ever on Wednesday, with the month so far receiving a record 1,557.8 mm rainfall
Schools in Raigad district of Maharashtra were closed on Monday in view of the heavy rains in the region. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) had issued an 'Organge' alert for the district
Rain, filter coffee and snacks: Presenting Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma's idea to enjoy monsoons
Paytm founder and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma found the perfect way to enjoy the monsoon in Mumbai. The entrepreneur was spotted having some filter coffee and snacks in a restaurant
Prateek Arora, a popular screenwriter and digital creator created the AI art series. The post received hundreds of likes and comments from Instagram users.
Mumbai’s topography, its colonial-era stormwater drainage system that the BMC continues to struggle to keep unclogged and properly desilted, and encroachment are among the main reasons the financial capital comes to a standstill every monsoon
This year's monsoon has been fairly unusual in its route, with Delhi, Chandigarh, and Haryana seeing 'vigorous' rainfall. Flash floods and landslides have wreaked havoc in Himachal Pradesh. Along with Maharashtra, Assam, Tamil Nadu, and Odisha, among others have also experienced severe rains
Mumbai should expect heavy to very heavy rain on September 13 and 15, heavy rain on September 14 and 16, and moderate rain on September 17, according to IMD.
In the now-viral clip, people can be seen standing on the beach amid plastic being littered around. Amidst all the dirt, many are still seen clicking selfies while others standing and enjoying the breeze
Mumbai and several other cities in Maharashtra have been witnessing heavy rainfall over the past few days
Mumbai rain: Two washed away in flood waters in Maharashtra's Palghar; IMD issues red alert for Friday
Continuous heavy rain and waterlogging have partially damaged at least 32 houses in different talukas of Maharashtra's Palghar. NDRF teams have been kept on alert to provide assistance whenever required
In Thane, a 23-year-old lost his life after his bike hit a pothole. This is not an isolated case. Every year hundreds die or face injuries due to pothole-related accidents in the monsoon. Are they compensated?
WATCH: Mumbai's Sion, Dadar water-logged due to heavy rainfall, locals say 'need boat instead of car to commute'
The India Meteorological Department has predicted moderate to heavy rain in the city and suburbs, with a possibility of extremely heavy rainfall at isolated places in the next 24 hours
The heavy rain on Tuesday grinding Mumbai to a halt showed once again that the city's defences against floods aren't working. An outdated drainage system along with unplanned construction and receding mangroves lead to waterlogging every monsoon
Mumbai witnesses heavy downpour, forcing residents to grapple with water-logged roads and inundated rail tracks. And there's no relief in sight, as the India Meteorological Department has predicted moderate to heavy rain in the city and its suburbs over the next 24 hours
After a yellow alert has been issued in Mumbai following heavy rains, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed its two teams in Kolhapur
Heavy rain puts Mumbai on yellow alert: Water-logged roads bring traffic to a standstill; landslide hits Ghatkopar
Mumbai's civic body, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), has informed that there is a possibility of high tide of 4.01 metres in Mumbai around 4:10 pm today
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an "orange alert" indicating "thunderstorm with lightning, gusty winds, and very heavy rainfall at isolated places" for Mumbai and neighbouring areas for Tuesday.
Heavy downpour submerged low-lying areas in knee-deep water, causing congestion on the streets
The IMD has issued a yellow alert with a forecast of heavy to very heavy rain at isolated places is very likely in Mumbai in the next two days