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
A police inspector, a sub-inspector and three constables of Wadala TT Police Station have been suspended after an inquiry into the incident, a police spokesperson said.
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
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.
Mumbai rains: With 375 mm, city sees second rainiest day in 45 years; Malad wall collapse toll rises to 24
Incessant rainfall in Mumbai on Tuesday — the second highest in 45 years — brought rail, road and air transport to a standstill even as schools, offices remained shut.
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.
EC flying squad seizes Rs 11 lakh in cash from Mumbai's Sion with voting for 10 LS seats in Maharashtra underway
The seizure comes as voting for 10 Lok Sabha seats which fall under Maharashtra's Vidarbha and Marathwada regions is underway in the second phase of polling.
BMC sets up committee to probe shortage of medicines in civic hospitals, will submit report within two weeks
Amid reports of shortage of medicines in civic hospitals and dispensaries, the health department of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has set up a committee to inquire into it.
In Mumbai's Dharavi, an NGO trains parents to tackle malnutrition, increases awareness of best health practices
SNEHA, a local NGO, has worked across 10 beats in Dharavi for five years, and its efforts have reduced wasting among children up to three years of age by 23 percent.
One dead, 36 injured during dahi handi celebrations in Mumbai; police say youth died due to epileptic fit
The Disaster Management Cell of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) was alerted to deal with any untoward incident during dahi handi celebrations
Heavy Mumbai rains claim three lives as traffic comes to standstill, road caves in and several flights are delayed
Heavy rains in Mumbai led by the Southwest Monsoon have claimed three lives in the city and adjoining Thane district so far, according to officials.
Seven cities including Milan, Stockholm bid to host 2026 Winter Olympics, informs International Olympic Committee
Canada’s Calgary, Austria’s Graz, Swedish capital Stockholm, Sion in Switzerland, Turkey’s Erzurum, Japan’s Sapporo and an Italian bid involving Cortina d’Ampezzo, Milan and Turin are all in the initial process.
An event led by Dalits to mark the 200th anniversary of the Bhima Koregaon battle in Pune district, in which forces of the East India Company defeated Peshwa’s army, turned violent in several cities in Maharashtra
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) wants to slash the costs of staging the 2026 Winter Olympics by 30 percent by cutting the campaigning period from two years to one for potential hosts.
Jet Airways cancelled at least four flights to and from Mumbai.
Incessant rainfall starting Monday evening has rendered parts of Mumbai inundated, leading to several warnings from IMD
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning saying that Mumbai residents should expect heavy rainfall over the next three days.
Heavy rains lashed Mumbai and its outskirts on Friday morning slowing down the road traffic during the rush hour.
The plan fits the IOC's effort to make Olympic bidding less costly, with cities often spending tens of millions of dollars only to come up empty handed.
As Marathi medium civic schools face an uncertain future with student enrollments falling by nearly 60 percent, the DS HIgh School in Sion may have found a way to prevent it