Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL): Around 70 domestic arrivals and 81 domestic departures have been cancelled.
Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued an 'Air Safety Circular' for airlines in wake of the monsoon season:
Due to very heavy rains in Mumbai area, here are the following trains that are rescheduled /cancelled/partially cancelled:
29 deaths in 24 hours in Mumbai due to heavy rainfall.
18 killed in wall collapse in Malad, Mumbai due to incessant rains.
6 died in Pune incident and 3 died in Kalyan.
Devendra Fadnavis has said that the Government will give assistance to their families too.
Meanwhile, the IMD has given heavy rainfall warning for Vidarbha and Marathwada in coming days.
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis has initiated a high-level inquiry and has announced ₹5 lakh assistance. He has also asked BMC for another assistance of ₹5 lakh.
State Government will take care of all medical expenses of the injured, he said.
CM Devendra Fadnavis said:
"Second highest rainfall in 45 years was recorded. The average rainfall for the entire month of June was recorded in just 3 days in Mumbai."
"We need total of seven pumping stations and 5 are completed. Numerous efforts are being taken for the remaining two pumping stations by BMC. After the two pumping stations, we will see that problems occurring due to waterlogging will be reduced."
"High-level inquiry will be initiated into the unfortunate incident."
Six pumping stations of MCGM pumped out more than 14000 Million litres of water and discharged it into the sea: BMC
Heavy to very heavy rainfall expected in Mumbai and suburban parts in next 48 hours: India Meteorological Department
Shiv Sena's Sanjay Raut pens a poem while 21 people lose their lives and Mumbai comes to a standstill amid incessant downpour
Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis addressed the media over the situation in Mumbai.
He assured that traffic situation is under control and that pumping stations are functioning across the city to pump out the water
He said, "Last 2-3 days we have experienced rains which we usually get in a month. Pumping stations are on continuously, water is being pumped out continuously."
"The government will take up the rehabilitation of all the houses that have been damaged today," he added.
Satellite images of Mumbai
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis visits the BMC office to take stock of the situation as Mumbai comes to a standstill yet again due to incessant rains.
18 dead after a wall collapsed on hutments in Pimpripada area of Malad East due to heavy rainfall today.
Meanwhile, rescue operations are still underway and as per the reports of BMC, the Fire Brigade found a lady and child alive in the debris.
CM Devendra Fadnavis visited Shatabdi Hospital to meet the people injured due to the Malad wall collapse.
54 flights diverted & 52 cancelled at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) due to inclement weather, (cross winds and tail winds)
One woman and a child have been located under debris, rescue work is in progress: Chief Fire Officer, Mumbai Fire Brigade over wall collapse in Malad East
Traffic has slowed down due to waterlogging at Gandhi Market, Sion, LBS Nayak Nagar, Everard Nagar, Kherwadi flyover, Amar Mahal, Khar Subway, Milan Subway, Andheri, Jogeshwari JVLR, Hansmogara junction.
High tides of about 4.59 meters expected in Mumbai at around 11.52 am today.
Indian Navy teams aid rescue efforts as heavy rains hit Mumbai.
A public holiday has been declared in three districts of the state - Mumbai City, Mumbai Suburban and Thane district.
Indian Meteorological Department:
Intermittent heavy showers are expected in Mumbai on Tuesday.
Extremely heavy rainfall of over 200 mm was recorded in many parts of the city, more towards suburbs in the last 24 hours.
In the wake of heavy rainfall in Mumbai, the city has yet again come to a standstill.
The Maharashtra government on Tuesday said that only emergency services will remain functional in Mumbai due to the heavy downpour that has affected the road traffic and railways in the city, causing hurdles to commute.
A public holiday has been declared by the state government on July 2. Authorities have also advised people to avoid stepping out of their homes as the Indian Meteorological Department has forecast heavy rains.
The heavy rainfall has submerged the roads and rail tracks. Based on further inputs from other agencies, we have taken the decision to keep emergency services operational. We have appealed to the people not to venture out in this situation, Brijesh Singh, the official spokesperson of the state government, said.
Mumbai authorities have also diverted 54 flights to the nearby airport on Tuesday morning.
Several parts of Mumbai received around 100 mm rainfall since Monday morning, affecting trains and the road traffic.
Taking to Twitter the Commissioner of Mumbai Police informed that people of Mumbai should first check weather reports and then plan the day accordingly. He also said that in case of any problem Mumbai Police is available for help.