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20 Sep
Virus restrictions dampen celebrations for a second year in a row as Hindu devotees in Mumbai mark of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival.
14 Sep
Mumbai residents rush to markets ahead of the start of a major 11-day Hindu festival despite warnings of a new Covid-19 wave in India's financial capital. Authorities will limit the height of effigies of the elephant-headed god Ganesha to reduce the number of devotees carrying them during the festival.
24 Jul
Dozens were buried underneath the rubble of collapsed houses. Rescue workers raced to find survivors, and retrieve bodies despite continuous rainfall.
21 Jul
Days of heavy rain in monsoon season flooded the streets of Mumbai, India’s financial capital, with residents complaining about the fact that the floods "happen every year". Several homes were crushed by a collapsed wall and the deluge triggered a fatal landslide.
17 Jul
Heavy monsoon rains hit parts of India's financial capital Mumbai, flooding roads and causing widespread disruption.
12 Jun
Heavy monsoon rains hit India's Mumbai, disrupting life in the country's financial capital. Many parts of the city are waterlogged and some train services have been cancelled as a result.
11 Jun
Search and rescue operations take place for several missing people following a deadly residential building collapse in a Mumbai slum after heavy monsoon rains.
4 Jun
Volunteer social worker Ashok Kurmi is helping fight the coronavirus in the slums of Mumbai - all while wearing a clown costume
4 May
India is among the countries hardest hit by in the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic — not only in terms of human life, but also economically.
5 Jan
Authorities in Lahore have detained Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the alleged leader of a militant group blamed for the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. Those shootings and bombings led to the deaths of more than 160 civilians.
13 Oct 2020
The Indian financial hub of Mumbai was hit by a widespread power outage on Monday that halted train services and caused disruptions for millions of people. ... It was the city's first such blackout in more than two years.
7 Jun 2020
Mumbai is bracing for a rare Arabian Sea cyclone, prompting coastal evacuations and transport suspensions. The 20-million hub has already been struggling for weeks with a major coronavirus outbreak.

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