Due to heavy downpour /rain and waterlogging near Masjid station, UP/DN Harbor line services between CSMT- Vadala have stopped from 1.20pm onwards. Trains are running on Mainline, Trans Harbor line, BSU(Uran) line and between Wadala- Panvel on Harbor line.
One killed and two injured in Raigad due to Cyclone Tauktae. 8,383 people have been shifted to a safer place: Office of District Collector, Raigad
Rainfall in Mumbai
Rainfall Recd frm IMD @ 1130hrs:
Colaba- 79.4mm, Santacruz: 44.6mm
Rainfall details frm 1100hrs to 1200hrs.
D Ward -57mm, Worli Fire Stn- 48, G/S Ward Office 41, Byculla Fire Stn- 31, Dadar Fire Stn & Nariman Point Fire -30.
Chincholi Fire Stn-40, Kandivali Fire & Kandivali Work Shop-37, Goregaon-36, Vileparle-33.
Gavanpada Fire Stn & L Ward-12mm
Cyclone Tauktae: Tree fall incidents, water-logging reported in city, traffic affected
The city reported a number of tree fall, waterlogging incidents on Monday morning as the Cyclone Tauktae reaches the city coast. A tree had fallen on the Jogeshwari Vikhroli Link Road, near Matoshree Club on Monday morning due to the strong winds amid Cyclone Tauktae, disrupting the traffic flow. The traffic police, however, rushed to the spot and informed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and tree department, who reached the spot.
Shirdi Saibaba Temple detects online fraud in name of God!
The famed Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust (SSST), Shirdi has detected an online fraud of soliciting illegal donations from devotees in the name of Saibaba, an official said here on Monday.
Last weekend, the SSST authorities received complaints that some unknown persons were allegedly posing as the temple representatives and asking for donations via social media, providing bank details and other things, said the trust's CEO Kanhuraj Bagate.
COVID-19 vaccine poster: NCP slams ruling party for arresting people in Delhi
Update from CSMIA
The airport has so far witnessed 3 diversions - 1 Spicejet diverted to Surat 1Indigo flights returned back to Lucknow 1 Indigo flight diverted to Hyderabad
Mumbai | Man murdered using a sharp weapon in Bandra East area yesterday; FIR registered under IPC sections 302 and 34 at Kherwadi Police station. Search underway for the three accused
Maharashtra | 536 instances of structural damages (house collapse, roof collapse, pole uprooting) reported in Sindhudurg, 61 in Ratnagiri and 2 each in Raigad and Thane districts till last night, due to cyclone Taukate (ANI)
Decide 12,751 bail applications within 10 days, don’t arrest unnecessarily: HPC’s directive to decongest jails
Due to gusty winds, tree branches fell on OHE and EMU local train between Ghatkopar - Vikroli section on Down slow line. Slow line trains diverted on fast line between Matunga- Mulund stations. Only one train going towards Thane held up in the section b/w Ghatkopar-Vikroli.
As a precautionary measure against the tropical cyclone Tauktae, Mumbai Monorail has suspended all operations for a day
Mumbai airport to suspend operations from 1100 (11am) hours local time to 1400 (2 pm) local time today due to cyclone warning
Cyclone Tauktae: BMC appeals people to not park vehicles or stand under vulnerable trees
The wind speed shall continue increasing as the cyclone approaches closer to the city- please don’t park your vehicles or stand under vulnerable trees & contact your ward/ garden department in need of help #CycloneTauktae
Mumbai Traffic update
Meanwhile, traffic department have formed 39 teams and are instructed to take measures to prevent traffic jams and for smooth flow of traffic. Traffic diversions will be made in case of roads blocked due to fallen trees, water logging etc and police stations will take crowd control measures. Measures will be taken to prevent disruption of Covid-related services, security audit of establishments where Oxygen supply systems are installed for Covid19 patients, to ensure free movement of ambulances.
Warning issued at 7 am: Moderate to intense spells of rain with gusty winds reaching 75-85kmph is likely to occur at isolated places in the districts of Mumbai, Thane, Raigad, Palghar and Ratnagiri during next 3 hours
No COVID-19 vaccination in Mumbai today due to cyclone Tauktae
Maharashtra records 974 COVID-19 deaths in 24 hours, second-highest toll since pandemic outbreak; 34,389 new cases
Maharashtra on Sunday recorded 974 COVID-19 deaths in single day. This is the second-highest single-day toll since the pandemic outbreak. The highest (985) was registered on April 28. Meanwhile, the death toll in the state has now reached 81,486.
Besides, the new COVID-19 cases continue to drop in the state. 34,389 fresh cases were reported on Sunday, taking the total number of active cases in the state to 4,68,109.
COVID-19: Mumbai reports 1,544 cases on May 16; 22,430 tests conducted, lowest in three weeks
With the addition of 1,544 new COVID-19 cases on May 16, Mumbai's infection tally rose to 6,88,696. Now, there are 35,702 active cases in the city.
Mumbai reported 60 deaths due to coronavirus on Saturday which pushed its fatality count to 14,260 data released by the city's civic body Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. 2,438 COVID-19 patients recovered and were discharged on Sunday taking the recovery count to 6,36,753.
Maharashtra: Light spell of rain and gusty winds seen in in view of Cyclone Tauktae; early morning visuals from Wadala area of Mumbai
(With inputs from agnecies)