Aksa Beach

Aksa Beach News

Over 100 stung by jellyfish in last two days

On shore, the jellyfish get stuck in the sand and return with the tide. However, most die on the shore. They have a transparent gas filled bladder that helps them float along with tentacles.

Lifeguards at Aksa beach save 2 from drowning

A local resident said the two boys had been warned thrice against going deep into the sea since it was high tide, but they did not listen.

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One dead, one injured in accident

According to the Malwani police, the deceased, identified as Zahid Shaikh.

3 men drown off Aksa beach

Police said the eight men,of Rajanpada area in Malad (West),had visited Aksa beach every Sunday for the past two years for a game of cricket. They used to usually play from 2 pm to 5 pm but decided to go in the morning on May 5.

2 BMC sweepers attacked in brawl over Re 1,one arrested

TWO sweepers of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) were attacked by a betel nut shop owner in D N nagar area on Sunday following an argument over Re 1 on the purchase of a cigarette.

Teen feared drowned,search operations on

Despite several attempts by fire brigade officers and the Mumbai Police until late evening on Monday,a teenager feared to have drowned at the Aksa Beach in Malad (West) was yet to be traced.

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50 more lifeguards for city’s beaches

Several incidents of people drowning at city beaches in the past month,has prompted the civic administration to improve safety at beaches by deploying boys from local koliwadas or fishermen’s colonies as lifeguards.

Two arrested for extorting money from minors at Aksa Beach

The Malwani police have arrested two 18-year-old boys on Sunday for allegedly threatening and extorting money from tourists at the Aksa Beach.

Three boys on picnic drown off Aksa beach

Three boys,on a picnic with six others on the Aksa beach,drowned on Wednesday morning while their companions were rescued by the owners of some beach stalls.

MNS workers disrupt film shoot,16 held

MNS workers disrupted shooting of a film at Aksa beach to protest against foreign dancers working in the film.

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