Mumbai Rains

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Southwest monsoon to pick up this week over Maharashtra, says IMD

A low-pressure system has formed over West Bengal-Odisha and with the movement of this system towards central India, an increase in rainfall activity over Maharashtra is most likely.

Mumbai emerges as the most tolerant and inclusive global city.

But the winner is Mumbai

Every monsoon, there is outrage over the lack of infrastructure and quality of life in the city. But Mumbai is much more inclusive than the cities it is compared unfavourably to.

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Mumbai: Civic body conducts door-to-door screening at Vasai-Virar

Dr Rajesh Chavan of the health department of the VVMC said over 4,000 people have been administered with prophylactic medicines to prevent infections.

Mumbai: Intensity of rainfall likely to decline from Tuesday

The weather department has forecast that the city is likely to receive heavy rain at isolated places on Tuesday and light to moderate rain from Wednesday.

Vasai-Virar: Panel set up to probe waterlogging cause

On July 10, Vasai had recorded the state’s highest rainfall (299 m), leading to heavy waterlogging and crippling the satellite townships of Vasai, Virar and Nallasopara for almost five days.

Mumbai: From today, Western Railways to audit 29 road overbridge in suburbs

Mumbai: From today, Western Railways to audit 29 road overbridge in suburbs

While the Railways has already started inspecting the bridges after the incident, a detailed audit will begin from Friday.

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Monsoon madness: 5 easy ways to protect your skin in the rainy season

With moisture in the air, keeping your skin blemish-free can get quite difficult, but not impossible. Cleansing, toning and moisturising your skin every morning and at night is a must.

Mumbai floods: No civic budget funds for stormwater drains in Vasai-Virar

Day after in Vasai: water in homes, supplies run dry

A torrential downpour over the past three days has left the satellite townships of Vasai, Virar and Nallasopara – located around 50 km off Mumbai – flooded and residents marooned.

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Explained Snippets: Heaviest single-day rain in 4 years, Mumbai already past July average

By Wednesday, the IMD centre at Santacruz had recorded 868.9 mm over the first 11 days of July, already higher than the 840.7 mm average for the entire month over the last 30 years.

Writ in the rain

The outcomes of Mumbai’s ham-handed response to environmental concerns are now playing out in its suburbs

Telescope: Telling a soggy tale

From the dramatic rescue in Tham Luang to the unrelenting monsoon in Mumbai.

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Mumbai Rains: Mumbai Police Twitter assures help with their take on F.R.I.E.N.D.S’ theme song

This time, it is Mumbai Police Twitter handle’s take on F.R.I.E.N.D.S’ theme song while rendering support during Mumbai rains has got people on the Internet talking.

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Mumbai rains: Heavy rainfall maroons Vasai-Virar, NDRF called in for rescue operations

After more than 600 mm of rain over the weekend, nearly 1,500 passengers on stalled long-distance trains and nearly 400 residents of low-lying salt pan lands in Manikpur had to be rescued on boats by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF).

Waterlogged Byculla police station ramps up monsoon gear

A staff member said that every monsoon, the entire police station gets flooded with water above 1 feet entering all the cabins.

Traffic authorities at sea as Mumbai roads turn into rivers

On Tuesday, waterlogging reported from 25 spots prompted traffic diversions across the city. Roads were clogged with vehicles on Hindmata junction, Bharatmata and S V Road.