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3 dead, 59 injured as huge billboard collapses on fuel station during Mumbai dust storm

New Delhi/IBNS: At least three died and 59 others are feared trapped under the debris of a massive billboard that collapsed on a fuel station amid a strong dust storm in Mumbai's Ghatkopar on Monday evening.

Mumbai schools to remain shut on Thursday amid heavy rainfall

Mumbai: Mumbai experienced heavy rainfall on Wednesday, forcing the state government to declare an early closure of government offices in the city.

Mumbai receives heavy rainfall, 1 killed, waterlogging seen in many areas

Mumbai/ IBNS: Mumbai received heavy rains Wednesday leading to waterlogging in many areas and forcing the closure of the busy Andheri subway, media reports said.

Mumbai: 800 acres of Aarey declared forest, Metro car shed shifted to Kanjurmarg

Mumbai/UNI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said the proposed car shed would be shifted to Kanjurmag, adding that there would be no escalation in cost because the state already owns land there.

Mumbai on alert as Maharashtra, Gujarat brace for Cyclone Nisarga

Mumbai/IBNS: Just two weeks after Cyclone Amphan devastated West  Bengal and Odisha, now Maharashtra and Gujarat are likely to be hit by Cyclone Nisarga on Wednesday afternoon.

Actress Dia Mirza leads the strike against climate change in Mumbai

Mumbai/IBNS: Mumbai on Friday came together to make its voice heard against climate change and appeal to the concerned authorities to demand an end to fossil-fuels.

Rainfall: Mumbai on red alert for next 24 hours

Mumbai, Sept 4 (IBNS): As heavy rains lashed the city and left several areas water-logged, weather officials have issued a red alert for Mumbai and adjoining areas for the next 24 hours.

Intense rainfall submerges Mumbai, heavy rains predicted in the city for next 2 days

Mumbai, Aug 4 (UNI) The intense spells of rain, which were continuing since Saturday, have battered this metropolis, by hampering it's rail services and inundating several commercial suburbs, dotting the commercial capital of the country, also called the Maximum City.

Monsoon rains paralyse daily lives of people in Maharashtra

Mumbai July 27 (IBNS) : Hundreds of passengers in Mumbai-Kolhapur Mahalaxmi Express were left stranded without food and drinking water for the last 15 hours as monsoon rains created furore at Vangani.

Rain mayhem: 32 lives lost in Maharashtra, holiday declared today

Mumbai, Jul 2 (UNI) At least 32 people were killed in various rain-related incidents, including wall collapses in this financial capital, Thane and Pune, and over 75 injured or missing on Tuesday, as rains battered parts of Maharashtra.

Mumbai: Leopard trapped at Marol in Andheri

Mumbai, Apr 1 (UNI) A leopard which had inadvertently entered the premises of Woodland Crest building at Marol in Andheri on Monday was trapped by the Forest department after a marathon four hour long operation.

Heavy rains disrupt normal life in Mumbai, train service badly hit

Mumbai, July 10 (IBNS): Normal life in Mumbai was disrupted as heavy rains lashed the city since Monday and left several areas waterlogged.

Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior arrives in Mumbai showcasing solutions to combat climate change

Mumbai, Oct 29 (IBNS: The ‘Rainbow Warrior’ is a flagship of Greenpeace whose journey’s across the oceans has led her from island shores to the big port cities around the world.

Monsoon rains disrupt Mumbai's train services

Mumbai, Jun 21 (IBNS): Suburban train services in Mumbai were badly affected on Tuesday with the monsoon hitting the city on Monday, according to media reports.