The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for Palghar, Raigad and Thane, warning of extremely heavy rains
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said Mumbai and its suburbs will continue to see rain during the next 24 hours due to a low-pressure area.
Kushal Tandon suffered a loss of 25 lakhs as his restaurant in Mumbai, Arbour has been damaged recently due to the heavy rains in Mumbai city.
Heavy rains lashed Mumbai and its suburbs for several hours late yesterday night with at least 15 people dead in rain-related incidents in the city.
. Local train services are disrupted and buses diverted due to waterlogging at several places in Mumbai due to heavy rains in the city.
Eleven people, including eight children, were killed when a double-storey building collapsed on another structure at a slum in Mumbai's Malad
Several places in Mumbai received heavy rainfall causing waterlogging in the city as the Southwest Monsoon arrived two days ahead of its normal date.
Train services on the Central and Harbour lines have been suspended due to waterlogging, said Mumbai's civic body BMC in a statement
Strong winds reaching up to 100 kmph and heavy rain continued to lash Mumbai and the Mumbai Metropolitan Region flooding low lying regions.
Mumbai woke up to the city being battered by heavy rainfall and winds. Landslide took place at Western Express Highway due to the deluge.
High tide is expected in Mumbai at 12:47 pm on Tuesday and BMC has asked citizens not go near any beach or low lying areas
All schools and junior colleges were shut in Mumbai, Thane and the Konkan region for Thursday after the IMD forecast “extremely heavy rainfall” for the city and adjoining Raigad district.