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    Mumbai to receive rain for next 24 hours

    "Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai, Palghar, and Raigad received moderate rain during the last three-four hours. The latest satellite image indicates cloudiness over the North Konkan region. Light to moderate rain expected to continue for the next three-four hours," KS Hosalikar, Deputy Director-General, IMD Mumbai said.

    Mumbai rains cause mayhem, red alert on

    Authorities in Mumbai issued a red alert on Tuesday and warned people not to venture out after heavy overnight rain in the financial hub brought flooding and travel chaos.

    Mumbai rains: Downpour lightens, IMD predicts fall in intensity

    According to the BMC, water receded in most of the city and suburbs, except in some areas of south Mumbai.

    Mumbai rains: PM Modi assures all possible help to Maharashtra CM

    "Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Maharashtra CM Shri Uddhav Thackeray regarding the situation prevailing in Mumbai and surrounding areas due to heavy rainfall," the PMO tweeted.

    Mumbai rains: Uddhav Thackeray asks people to avoid going outdoors

    The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) officials were asked to ensure that there is no accident at the ongoing work at Metro Rail sites.

    Mumbai rains: Heavy downpour leads to waterlogging, IMD issues red alert

    Severe water logging was witnessed in various parts of Mumbai following incessant rainfall in the city on August 05. Heavy downpour has disrupted normal life. The India Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Pune, Nashik and some other parts of Maharashtra for August 05. The red alert was issued for the second consecutive day. Rains have been lashing Mumbai and adjoining districts since August 04.Mumbai rains: Heavy downpour leads to waterlogging, IMD issues red alert

    Heavy rain in parts of Mumbai; IMD predicts more showers

    Heavy to very heavy rains lashed isolated parts of Mumbai and neighbouring Thane, Palghar and Raigad districts in the last 24 hours, the MeT department said on Thursday.

    Mumbai rains: Heavy rainfall since morning; waterlogging in various parts of city

    Downpour led to water-logging in various parts of the city. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has requested people stay to away from the shore. India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued warnings of heavy rains in the city and suburbs today. 3.28-meter high tide is expected at 7:02 pm.Mumbai rains: Heavy rainfall since morning; waterlogging in various parts of city

    Mumbai rains: IMD upgrades warning status for city and coastal Maharashtra

    "A low-level cyclonic circulation over the north Konkan region is causing very active monsoon conditions over the west coast and Mumbai, and will continue till tomorrow," said an official from the India Meteorological Department's Regional Meteorological Centre in Mumbai.

    Heavy rain in Mumbai; local train services, road traffic movement hit

    Local trains in Mumbai and suburbs are currently being operated only for those involved in essential services in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

    Heavy overnight rain in Mumbai; waterlogging in some areas

    The island city received 106.01 mm rain in the 24-hour period ending at 8 am on Thursday, followed by 69.18 mm rain in eastern suburbs and 58.36 mm in western suburbs during the same period.

    Heavy rains disrupt Mumbai, play havoc with road and rail traffic

    Overnight rain has led to waterlogging in many parts of Mumbai, hampering traffic everywhere. The island city witnessed intense spells of rainfall from late Tuesday evening.

    Bombay High Court suspends hearings due to heavy rains

    Heavy showers overnight and early Wednesday morning caused water-logging at many places in Mumbai, disrupting rail and road traffic, officials said.

    Mumbai: Heavy rains lead to waterlogging, IMD forecasts ‘very intense rainfall’

    Heavy rains lashed Mumbai overnight, leaving many parts of the metropolis in waist deep water and disrupting rail and road traffic on Wednesday. Rains across the island city and the western suburbs picked up late on Tuesday evening. There were intense spells across Mumbai for a few hours ov ernight, an official said. A BMC Commissioner Chahal has appealed Mumbaikars not to step out of their homes, unless it is an emergency.Mumbai: Heavy rains lead to waterlogging, IMD forecasts ‘very intense rainfall’

    Mumbai rains: Overnight heavy showers lead to waterlogging; red alert in city for 2 days

    With continuous rainfall all through the night people in several parts of Mumbai on Tuesday woke up to severe waterlogging. The weather department has sounded a red alert for today and tomorrow for extremely heavy rain in Mumbai. According to BMC, Mumbai city received 140.5 mm rain from 8 am on August 3 to 3 am on August 4. The Eastern and Western Suburbs recorded 84.77 mm and 79.27 mm of rainfall respectively.Mumbai rains: Overnight heavy showers lead to waterlogging; red alert in city for 2 days

    Mumbai rains: Three-storey chawl collapses in Malvani area; 6 people trapped

    A part of the three-storey chawl (old tenements), located at Malvani gate number 5 in the western suburbs, collapsed around 2.30 pm, a fire brigade official said. 6 people are trapped and rescue operations are on.Mumbai rains: Three-storey chawl collapses in Malvani area; 6 people trapped

    Watch: Two wheeler submerged in water as heavy rains lash parts of Maharashtra

    Watch: As heavy rains lashed in parts of Maharashtra, a two wheeler was seen submerged in water.Watch: Two wheeler submerged in water as heavy rains lash parts of Maharashtra

    IMD predicts heavy rainfall in Mumbai for next 24 hours

    Mumbai city received light showers following intermittent heavy rainfall last night. Heavy to very heavy rain is likely to occur in parts of Mumbai on August 14.IMD predicts heavy rainfall in Mumbai for next 24 hours

    Heavy rains likely in parts of Mumbai, coastal areas: India Meteorological Department

    While Mumbai is expected to receive light to moderate showers, neighbouring districts of Thane, Palghar, Raigad and Ratnagiri may witness heavy rains at isolated places.

    Moderate to heavy rainfall in Mumbai city, suburbs with strong winds: Met department

    Earlier, rainfall of 331.8 mm in Mumbai-Colaba and 162.3 mm in Mumbai-Santacruz was released between August 5, 8.30 am and August 6, 8.30 am, said IMD in a tweet.

    Mumbai: High Court adjourns hearings due to staff shortage after rains

    This is the second time this week that court hearings have been adjourned in the wake of the heavy rains. Mumbai and some neighbouring districts has been witnessing heavy rains since the last couple of days, resulting in water-logging in several areas and disruption of rail and road transport services.

    Monsoon in Mumbai creates havoc: NDRF rescues passengers; water enters JJ Hospital

    The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) on Wednesday evening rescued some 150 passengers from a local train stranded between Masjid Bunder and Byculla stations on the Central line, said an official; Water entered the state-run J J Hospital in Mumbai's Byculla area as rains lashed the city on Wednesday.Monsoon in Mumbai creates havoc: NDRF rescues passengers; water enters JJ Hospital

    Heavy downpour in Mumbai region; rail, road transport affected

    Dahanu in Palghar recorded over 350 mm rainfall in the 12-hour period ending at 5.30 am on Wednesday, while some areas in Thane received over 150 mm during the period, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.

    Heavy rain lashes parts of Mumbai, neighbouring Thane and Palghar

    The weather station at Dahanu in Palghar recorded 364 mm rainfall in the 12-hour period ending at 5.30 am on Wednesday, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) Mumbai centre's deputy director general K S Hosalikar said. Besides, the weather station at Bhayander in Thane recorded 169 mm rainfall while the one at Mira Road reported 159 mm during the same period, he said.

    Watch: High Tide witnessed at Mumbai’s Marine Drive

    High Tide was experienced at Mumbai’s Marine Drive on August 04 after the city witnessed incessant rainfall. Severe water logging was also seen in various parts of Mumbai. Watch: High Tide witnessed at Mumbai’s Marine Drive

    Portion of 5-storey building collapses in Mumbai, many feared trapped

    A portion of a five storey residential building collapsed in Mumbai’s Fort area on July 16 afternoon. No injuries have been reported so far but some locals are said to be trapped under the debris. Rescue and search operation is underway.Portion of 5-storey building collapses in Mumbai, many feared trapped

    Mumbai, adjoining areas get pre-monsoon showers

    According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the Colaba weather station reported 18.6 mm rainfall in the 24 hours till 8.30 am on Saturday, while the Santacruz weather bureau recorded 64.9 mm rainfall during the same period.

    Mumbai rains lead to flight disruptions, planes grounded

    More than 15 flights have been cancelled between today and tomorrow, according to data from Flightradar.

    Mumbai rains: IMD issues red alert; Schools to remain closed

    The met department on Wednesday forecast "extremely heavy rainfall" on Thursday in Mumbai and adjoining Raigad district. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red rain alert, indicating "extremely heavy rainfall", for Mumbai and Raigad districts, said an IMD official. In view of heavy rainfall forecast, schools and junior colleges in Mumbai, Thane and Konkan regions will remain closed today.Mumbai rains: IMD issues red alert; Schools to remain closed

    Mumbai rains: IMD issues an 'Orange alert'; schools to remain closed

    Heavy showers continued to lash Mumbai and its adjoining areas on Wednesday causing water-logging and traffic snarls in various parts of the city. The IMD has issued an 'Orange alert' for Mumbai and Thane for today. An ‘Orange alert’ by the IMD means that daily life is expected to be disrupted because of heavy rainfall.Mumbai rains: IMD issues an 'Orange alert'; schools to remain closed

    Mumbai Rain: Ground report as public transport takes a hit

    The weather department had on Friday predicted intense heavy rainfall in Mumbai on Saturday and Sunday due to a low- pressure area over the Bay of Bengal. In view of heavy rain warning and alert issued by the IMD, the BMC has issued a 'beach safety appeal' to citizens, the civic official said. "We appeal citizens to avoid venturing near sea or walking in water logged areas. In any emergency call us on 1916," the official said. Mumbai Rain: Ground report as public transport takes a hit

    Mumbai Rains: All 1,050 passengers of stranded Mahalaxmi Express rescued

    In an unprecedented measure, the Maharashtra government requested defence officials to arrange airlift of the stranded passengers of the 17412 Mahalaxmi Express.

    Mumbai Rains: IMD forecast rainfall will continue over next 2 days

    Mumbai Rains: Heavy rains lash Mumbai bringing fresh disruptions to the city. The B.E.S.T Bus transport had to divert some bus routes due to water-logging. IMD has forecast that heavy rainfall will continue for over next 2 daysMumbai Rains: IMD forecast rainfall will continue over next 2 days

    Mumbai Rains LIVE: City on heavy rain alert, flight operations normal

    Mumbai has been put back on rain alert after Monday's downpour that halted road and rail traffic.

    Mumbai rains halt Jaguar ride, Anand Mahindra wins Twitter with Bolero praise

    Mahindra explained that both the cars are created for different purposes.

    Mumbai rains: Over 2000 passengers stranded on board Mahalaxmi Express, NDRF teams on spot

    Mumbai-Kolhapur Mahalaxmi Express, with more than 2000 passengers on board, was stranded as torrential rainfall continued to batter Mumbai. The National Disaster Relief Force has dispatched eight boats with NDRF personnel to help rescue the passengers. The local police, Central Railway staff and the Railway Protection Force are also at the spot.Mumbai rains: Over 2000 passengers stranded on board Mahalaxmi Express, NDRF teams on spot

    Mumbai rains: Shiv Sena mocks media, editorial claims water-logging in low-lying areas only

    At a time when heavy rains have brought Mumbai to a standstill, Shiv Sena is busy blaming the media for selectively showing Mumbai's apathy. In an editorial in its mouthpiece Saamana, Shiv Sena, which is ruling the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) claimed that water is drained in record time, but the 24X7 media selectively reaches low-lying areas and shows the water logged in those areas.Mumbai rains: Shiv Sena mocks media, editorial claims water-logging in low-lying areas only

    Mumbai rains: Maharashtra declares July 2 as public holiday after IMD forecasts heavy rain

    Amid heavy downpour causing water logging at various places in the financial capital and surrounding metropolitan area, the state government has declared July 2 as a public holiday. "In wake of the extremely heavy rainfall forecast by the IMD, the Government of Maharashtra has declared a public holiday on 2nd July as a precautionary measure for Mumbai city and its citizens," said BMC CPRO.Mumbai rains: Maharashtra declares July 2 as public holiday after IMD forecasts heavy rain

    Mumbai rains: Maharashtra declares July 2 as public holiday after IMD forecasts heavy rain

    Amid heavy downpour causing water logging at various places in the financial capital and surrounding metropolitan area, the state government has declared July 2 as a public holiday. "In wake of the extremely heavy rainfall forecast by the IMD, the Government of Maharashtra has declared a public holiday on 2nd July as a precautionary measure for Mumbai city and its citizens," said BMC CPRO.Mumbai rains: Maharashtra declares July 2 as public holiday after IMD forecasts heavy rain

    IndiGo passengers `forced' to sit in stranded flight: DGCA to probe

    IndiGo's operations at the city airport were hit hard with the carrier cancelling many flights on Wednesday following incessant rains in the city.

    Country-wide monsoon rainfall above 100% to date: KS Hosalikar, IMD

    Heavy rainfall to continue in Mumbai till tomorrow.

    Mumbai rains: Four dead in 24 hours; traffic and trains severely affected

    Colaba has recorded 90 mm & Santacruz has recorded 195 mm of rain at 5.30 am. Heavy to very heavy rain to continue, said Indian Meteorological Department today.

    Maharashtra schools and colleges to remain shut tomorrow amid heavy rain

    While all government and semi Government employees in MMR Region are allowed to report late on their duties, the government has appealed the public to stay safe at home.

    Maharashtra rains: Part of river bridge in Palghar washed away

    Palghar police spokesperson Hemant Katkar said there were no reports of casualties in the incident but traffic on the vital connector had come to a standstill.

    Heavy rains pound Mumbai; normal life, rail traffic hit hard

    Amidst the heavy downpour which continued to pound the city and its neighbouring areas, a 16-year-old boy was washed away in flood in the adjoining Palghar district.

    Heavy rains bring life to a standstill in Mumbai

    Heavy monsoon rains have paralyzed Mumbai, India's financial hub, flooding streets and disrupting trafficHeavy rains bring life to a standstill in Mumbai

    Extremely heavy rainfall warning for Mumbai, holiday for schools & colleges

    The IMD cautioned people, saying heavy rainfall warning on a "very-high-tide day" (Saturday) is "not a good combination".

    Heavy rains continue to pound across Maharashtra, red alert issued for Mumbai

    Heavy rains continued to lash Mumbai and adjoining suburbs on Saturday, leading to water- logging in several areas, which affected normal life. Water-logging on tracks disrupted the suburban train services to some extent, as locals were running behind schedule by around 15 minutes. The weather department had on Friday predicted intense heavy rainfall in Mumbai on Saturday and Sunday due to a low- pressure area over the Bay of Bengal.Heavy rains continue to pound across Maharashtra, red alert issued for Mumbai

    Heavy rains continue to pound Mumbai & suburbs

    Water-logging on tracks disrupted the suburban train services to some extent, as locals were running behind schedule by around 15 minutes.

    "Intense heavy rainfall" likely in Mumbai on Saturday, Sunday

    "With the development of low pressure area over Bay, this Saturday night and Sunday, Mumbai is very likely to get intense heavy rainfalls."

    Heavy rains in Mumbai: 11 flights cancelled, nine diverted

    The operations at the city's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, however, were otherwise normal, an airport official said.

    Heavy rains lash Mumbai, passengers stranded at airport

    Flights to and from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport were delayed by 30 minutes on average, due to heavy rains that lashed the city over the past few hours. All the officials of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation have been asked to be on the ground. As of now, the train services are normal. Waterlogging caused massive traffic jams in the city and disrupting routine life in the suburbs.Heavy rains lash Mumbai, passengers stranded at airport

    Heavy rains in Mumbai revive memories of July 26, 2005 fury

    The heavy downpour exactly 14 years later caused water-logging and traffic snarls in several parts of Mumbai and also led to flight delays.

    Mumbai Rains: Showers bring city to halt; Dabbawalas suspend work; road & train traffic badly hit

    "Since last night, over 200 mm rainfall has been recorded which led to water logging on railway tracks and considering the passengers' safety, train services have been stopped," Railways said.

    IMD predicts heavy rainfall in Mumbai; Thane, Palghar on red alert

    IMD predicts heavy rainfall in Mumbai; Thane, Palghar on red alert. So far, trains, flights operating smoothly.IMD predicts heavy rainfall in Mumbai; Thane, Palghar on red alert

    Rains return to Mumbai after hiatus; airport operations hit briefly

    The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast "intense spells of rainfall" with heavy rains expected at a few places in Mumbai and suburbs Monday.

    Fresh spate of rains disrupts flight ops at Mumbai

    A total of 11 flights, all operated by IndiGo, were cancelled, said a spokesperson at India’s second busiest airport by passenger traffic.

    Fresh spate of rains hit flight operations at Mumbai airport

    The runways were shut down for close to 20 mins at 9:12 am due to torrential rains

    People near Ratnagiri dam had warned of cracks, Maharashtra minister admits

    The Tiware dam in Ratnagiri district developed a breach late last night after heavy rains.

    Flight cancellations continue at Mumbai airport

    The main runway was shut after a SpiceJet flight coming from Jaipur overshot the runway while landing.

    200 flights cancelled as main runway shut at Mumbai airport

    As the main runway at Mumbai airport remained shut for the second day, over 200 flights – both international and domestic – have been cancelled on Wednesday, with several other flights being diverted to nearby location. The main runway at the airport had to be closed after midnight on Tuesday after a SpiceJet aircraft overshot the runway while landing amid heavy rains.200 flights cancelled as main runway shut at Mumbai airport

    At least 2 killed, 22 missing after dam breach in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra

    At least two people were killed and 22 others were still missing after the Tiware dam in Ratnagiri in Maharashtra was breached late on Tuesday after an intense spell of torrential rains. The dam breach caused a flood-like situation in seven downstream villages, with as many as 12 houses near the dam being swept away.At least 2 killed, 22 missing after dam breach in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra

    BEST bus services normal as rains take break

    As rains took a break on Tuesday, bus services ran smoothly throughout the day.

    203 flights cancelled in Mumbai due to rains, skidding of aircraft

    "A total of 203 flights were cancelled at the Mumbai airport due to inclement weather and non-availability of the main runway for operations," an airport official said.

    Mumbai paralysed after incessant rain; Maharashtra toll rises to 35

    Heavy rains lashing Mumbai since Sunday threw rail, air and road traffic out of gear, with several trains and flights cancelled.

    Shiv Sena trolled on social media as rains cripple Mumbai

    A meme was doing rounds on social media messaging platform WhatsApp where a picture of Venice in Italy was juxtaposed with a waterlogged street in Parel in Central Mumbai.

    Malad wall collapse claims 18 lives: Urmila Matondkar, Ashoke Pandit pray for kin of deceased

    Fadnavis announced a compensation of Rs 5 lakh to the families of the people who crushed to death.

    SpiceJet flight overshoots runway at Mumbai airport; none hurt

    The incident occurred on Monday around 11.45 pm when the aircraft skidded and overshot the main runway, a source said.

    Flight schedules awash in Mumbai downpour

    More than 60 flights have been diverted to neighbouring airports and several have been cancelled.

    SpiceJet flight overshoots runway at Mumbai airport; none hurt

    A SpiceJet flight from Jaipur skid and overshot the main runway while landing at the Mumbai airport amidst heavy rains on Monday, although none of the passengers were hurt in the incident, said a source privy to the matter.SpiceJet flight overshoots runway at Mumbai airport; none hurt

    Heavy rains in Mumbai cause wall collapse that kills 13

    A wall collapsed on shanties in India's financial capital of Mumbai on Tuesday, killing at least 13 people as a second straight day of heavy rain disrupted rail and air traffic, forcing authorities to declare a public holiday. Mumbai is looking to turn itself into a global financial hub but large parts of the city struggle to cope with annual monsoon rains, as widespread construction and garbage-clogged drains and waterways make it increasingly vulnerable to chaos.Heavy rains in Mumbai cause wall collapse that kills 13

    Rains in Mumbai Live news: Financial capital paralysed, Maharashtra government declares holiday

    Long-distance trains from different parts of India, expected to reach Mumbai, have also been stranded at various locations due to incessant rains.

    4 killed, air and train traffic hit as Mumbai battles heavy rain

    Overnight heavy spells of rain inundated at least 137 spots all over Mumbai

    Monsoon wreaks havoc in Mumbai; flights, trains, road traffic hit

    The weather body has predicted intermittent rains in the next 48 hours in the city.

    Monsoon hits Mumbai. Heavy rains lash the maximum city

    Heavy rains lash Mumbai. Waterlogging has been reported from areas like Dharavi. Several train routes have also been affected. Several flights also delayed due to low visibilityMonsoon hits Mumbai. Heavy rains lash the maximum city

    Mumbai rains: When the business capital went out of business

    In lieu of the heavy rainfall, schools had to shut down for a while.

    Mumbai rains Live: Heavy showers continue, flights affected

    Intermittent rain and thundershowers likely to occur in city & suburbs. Heavy to very heavy rainfall likely at many places, said IMD in its forecast for next 24 hours.

    Helicopters, divers on standby after Mumbai rains: Navy

    Five flood rescue teams and two diving teams are also ready to render assistance at different locations across Mumbai, the spokesperson said.

    Mumbai rains update: Schools shut, trains running slow, water logging reported

    Mumbai, which saw heavy rains over the weekend, witnessed heavy downpour today as well leading to water logging at various parts of the city.

    Mumbai rains: City could see worse spell than 26 July 2005, warns Skymet

    The weather predicting agency has warned the the financial capital of the country could see much more rains between June 6 to 12.

    Day 2 of Mumbai rains: Here's what is going on in maximum city

    Financial capital of India, Mumbai is reeling under heavy rains that has thrown the normal life out of gear. Here are the latest developments.

    Thoughts with families, children hit by Mumbai rains: Ram Nath Kovind

    Heavy downpours pummelled Mumbai today, disrupting rail, road and air services, uprooting trees and swamping homes in the megapolis and satellite towns.

    Mumbai rains: Here's how to check your flight status

    With heavy rains lashing Mumbai, all airlines have advised fliers to check their flight status before heading to the airport.

    At 331.4 mm, Mumbai gets heaviest rainfall since 2005 deluge

    This is also the highest rainfall in a day in August since 1997. It was second only to 346.2 mm of rainfall registered on August 23, 1997, the data showed.

    Mumbai to get more rains tomorrow; but no 2005-like situation, says meteorology department

    ​​"Over 30 cm rainfall in 24 hrs is not regular for Mumbai. (But) the present rainfall is on a wide area, while the 2005 rainfall was highly localised," MET said.

    Waterlogging, traffic snarls in several states after heavy rains; NDRF deployed in Gujarat

    Areas under Palam, Lodhi Road, Ridge and Ayanagar recorded 25.2 mm, 30.8 mm, 38.6 mm, 1.7mm rains respectively during the same period.

    Heavy rains take a break in Mumbai; Western Railway resumes services

    Mumbai, Jul 11 () In a much-needed relief to Mumbaikars, heavy rains took a break today and the suburban train services resumed functioning, officials said.

    Rains cripple Mumbai: Navy evacuates 2,000 stranded commuters from railway station

    Mumbai has been experiencing heavy rains for the past 48 hours resulting in water-logging in several areas which has severely hit road and rail transport also.

    Mumbai to be developed as hub of cruise tourism

    Mandwa will be developed as a Wellness Destinations with facilities for activities like Yoga and Meditation. Restaurants and other tourist attractions will be developed in the Mumbai Port area

    Over 100 stranded at waterfall rescued in Maharashtra; IAF pitches-in

    Nearly 120 people had gone for a picnic at the Chinchoti waterfall, located in the Tungareshwar hill range at Vasai and got stranded following heavy downpour.

    Damning secret behind Andheri overbridge collapse is out

    A bridge inspector from the railway’s Andheri section had carried out a detailed survey of the 47-year-old bridge in April and found large-scale corrosion,

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