Mumbai: Latest updates - Heavy rains lash city; red alert issued for today & tomorrow

03:02 PM Jun 12, 2021 | FPJ Web Desk

Despite fall in positivity rate, bed occupancy, level-3 curbs to continue in Mumbai

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Maha: 2,213 deaths added to tally after revision; 11,766 new COVID-19 cases reported

The Maharashtra government on Friday added 2,213 deaths to overall COVID-19 death toll in the state, taking it to 1,06,367, after a "scrutiny of laboratory reports for COVID-19 determination" and resultant updating of figures.


During the day, the state reported 406 new deaths and 11,766 infections.

Compared to Thursday, the death count thus went up by 2,619.

The state's caseload rose to 58,87,853, the health department said.

Maharashtra: Andheri Subway waterlogged in Mumbai as rain continues to lash the city

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Cumulative COVID-19 vaccination in Maharashtra 2.55 crore 

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Heavy rains lash Mumbai; authorities gear up in view of IMD's alert

Heavy rains lashed Mumbai in 24 hours till Saturday morning, although no major water logging was reported and local trains as well as city buses largely ran as per their normal schedule, officials said.

Mumbai had got some respite from rains on Friday morning after a downpour on two previous days brought the city to a halt. However, after a brief break, the city continued to get heavy rains throughout the day.

Trains are running normally on WR Mumbai Suburban network without any disruption.

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Central Railway Monsoon Updates

Congress staged protest against auto fuel rise

Wider alliance of anti-BJP parties necessary: NCP leader after Pawar-Kishor meet

A day after election strategist Prashant Kishor met NCP chief Sharad Pawar, a spokesperson of the party on Saturday said there is a need to have a "wider alliance" of political parties against the ruling BJP ahead of the 2024 Lok Sbha polls.

Kishor met Pawar at the latter's residence in Mumbai on Friday. The meeting, which lasted around three hours, sparked speculation in political circles. However, what transpired during the meeting could not be known.

Mumbai: Central Railway suspends local trains between Dadar-Kurla due to rising water level on tracks; trains running smoothly on other sections

Central Railway Monsoon Updates at 13.20 hrs on 12.6.2021 .

Slow line traffic between Dadar - Kurla resumed at 1.15pm. / - .. Trains on all sections are running now.

Central Railway Monsoon Updates at 13.20hrs on 12.6.2021

Heavy to very heavy rainfall expected in Mumbai and adjoining area

Heavy rains lash Mumbai; train, bus services hit due to water-logging

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