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'Mumbai Rain' - 205 News Result(s)

  • Rain Blamed For Mumbai Stampede, But Rail Officials Not Off The Hook Yet

    Rain Blamed For Mumbai Stampede, But Rail Officials Not Off The Hook Yet

    Rain and rumours have been blamed for the stampede at a Mumbai railway bridge that killed 23 people last month. But railway officials who took 18 months to call for bids to build the new foot over-bridge at Elphinstone station may not be off the hook yet.

  • Rain To Blame For Mumbai Stampede That Killed 23, Says Railways

    Rain To Blame For Mumbai Stampede That Killed 23, Says Railways

    The stampede at a Mumbai railway bridge that left 23 dead last month has been blamed on rain and rumours by a safety committee of the railway ministry, which does not refer to any official negligence.

  • Black Rain For 2 Days At Navi Mumbai

    Black Rain For 2 Days At Navi Mumbai

    Residents of Navi Mumbai and Uran have been seeing black rain for the past two days. While this may be a shocking sight, as per the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board this may have some connection with the recent fire at Butcher Island.

  • In Kolkata, Flights, Traffic Disrupted By Non-Stop Rain And Strong Squalls

    In Kolkata, Flights, Traffic Disrupted By Non-Stop Rain And Strong Squalls

    Passengers from Lucknow flying into Kolkata have ended up at Varanasi. Those from Bengaluru have ended up at Guwahati and a flight from Mumbai ended up in Dhaka.

  • Heavy Rain, Thunderstorm Hit Mumbai, Sky Turns Dark At 4:30 PM

    Heavy Rain, Thunderstorm Hit Mumbai, Sky Turns Dark At 4:30 PM

    Mumbai has been hit hard by heavy rain and thunderstorm this evening.

  • Resolving The Mystery Behind Floods In India

    Resolving The Mystery Behind Floods In India

    Monsoon watchers have for long been puzzled on what could be the reason for increased extreme floods that take place in India from Mumbai to all the way to Guwahati in the northeast -- since monsoon is actually weakening due to climate change

  • Elphinstone Stampede Updates: 22 Dead, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, Uddhav Thackeray Visit KEM Hospital

    Elphinstone Stampede Updates: 22 Dead, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, Uddhav Thackeray Visit KEM Hospital

    At least 22 people have been killed and over 30 seriously injured in a stampede that broke out at a narrow foot overbridge near a local train station in Mumbai after heavy rain this morning. The incident took place around 10.30 am during rush hour near a ticket window between Parel and Elphinstone stations

  • Doctor Death Case: Mumbai Municipal Body Gives Clean Chit To Its Staff

    Doctor Death Case: Mumbai Municipal Body Gives Clean Chit To Its Staff

    The panel set up by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) after the death of renowned gastroenterologist Dr Deepak Amrapurkar, who fell into an open manhole during the torrential rain of August 29, has given a clean chit to civic body employees.

  • Find Those Who Spread Mumbai Cyclone Rumour, Cops Are Told

    Find Those Who Spread Mumbai Cyclone Rumour, Cops Are Told

    Taking serious note of rumours about a 'cyclone that would hit Mumbai' on Wednesday and other issues related to the rain, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has written to the Mumbai Police, asking them to find the culprits behind them.

  • Stranded Plane Moved Out But Mumbai Airport Remains Crippled

    Stranded Plane Moved Out But Mumbai Airport Remains Crippled

    The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) seems to taken the biggest hit from the heavy rain in Mumbai. The main runway of the airport has been closed as a SpiceJet aircraft overshot the runway and got stuck in soft mud on Tuesday night after it landed on the wet surface.

  • In Mumbai, Speeding Train Splashes Water On Waiting Commuters. Video Is Viral

    In Mumbai, Speeding Train Splashes Water On Waiting Commuters. Video Is Viral

    A video of a train rushing past a flooded station has gone viral. Shot at Nallasopara Station on the outskirts of Mumbai, the train zooms past the station creating a burst of water from the tracks engulfing the entire platform and leaving unsuspecting commuters drenched.

  • No Dabbawala Service In Mumbai Today As Rain Batters City

    No Dabbawala Service In Mumbai Today As Rain Batters City

    After a rain-drenched Tuesday, the dabbawalas of Mumbai have suspended their services for today. The dabbawalas take trains to deliver tiffins, but due to disruption of rail services following heavy rains in the financial hub, the delivery of over two lakh tiffins to office- goers won't be possible

  • Mumbai Rains: Amitabh Bachchan Tweets, 'Gods Be Angry Again'

    Mumbai Rains: Amitabh Bachchan Tweets, 'Gods Be Angry Again'

    "The God's they be angry again! They thunder and lightning loud and now it pours here in Mumbai. Be safe remain in the house," tweeted Mr Bachchan

  • After Night Of Heavy Rain, Mumbai Schools Shut, Flights Hit

    After Night Of Heavy Rain, Mumbai Schools Shut, Flights Hit

    Torrential rains lashed Mumbai for the second time in weeks on Tuesday, flooding low-lying areas and paralysing rail, road and air traffic in the country's financial hub. Schools and colleges have been shut today. The Met office has predicted more rain in the next 24 hours. Flight operations remained affected at Mumbai airport; a total of 56 flight...

  • In Heavy Mumbai Rain, Schools To Be Shut Today, Flights Hit

    In Heavy Mumbai Rain, Schools To Be Shut Today, Flights Hit

    Heavy rain battered Mumbai on Tuesday, triggering traffic jams and waterlogging in many areas of the city. Schools and colleges have been asked to remain closed today. The downpour is likely to continue for the next 24 hours, the weather department predicted. Operations at the Mumbai airport were suspended for a while, delaying several flights.

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