Five stories from Mumbai you shouldn’t miss

  • HT Correspondent, Mumbai
  • Updated: Aug 05, 2016 18:28 IST
People wade through a flooded street during heavy rains in Mumbai. (REUTERS)

Mumbai suburban rail services hit by rains, roads jammed

Heavy downpour with windy weather delayed suburban railway services on Friday morning during peak office hours.

Restoring Mumbai’s forgotten drinking water fountains

A group of passionate Mumbaiites and architects have come together to restore the city’s 50-odd pyaaus or drinking water fountains.

BEST to introduce mobile app to track buses

You will soon be able to track your Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) undertaking buses on your mobile phone. The agency is planning launch the service this month.

British national,3 others held in Pune drug raid a part of larger cartel?

Four people, including a British national involved in a huge haul of mephedrone hydrochloride seized from outskirts of Pune, may be part of a larger drug cartel that scouted for potential manufacturers in the state, Customs investigations revealed.

State govt withdraws no helmet, no fuel rule

The state government finally withdrew its proposed No Helmet No Fuel rule after petrol pump operators and two-wheeler owners opposed it

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