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  Photos   Photos   07 Aug 2020  In pictures: Mumbai's monsoon mayhem

In pictures: Mumbai's monsoon mayhem

THE ASIAN AGE | RAJESH JADHAV

Published : Aug 7, 2020, 7:22 pm IST
Updated : Aug 22, 2020, 6:20 pm IST
The situation in flood-affected Mumbai improved on Friday as the rain intensity reduced, with water receding in some flooded areas of the city.
The situation in flood-affected Mumbai improved on Friday as the rain intensity reduced, with water receding in some flooded areas of the city.
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Meanwhile, in a significant development, Mumbai has already received more than the average August rainfall in just the first seven days.
Meanwhile, in a significant development, Mumbai has already received more than the average August rainfall in just the first seven days.
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Moreover, the winds up to 100 kilometres per hour that accompanied the heavy rains only made matters worse for the city, with the city recording 612 tree fall incidents since Tuesday.
Moreover, the winds up to 100 kilometres per hour that accompanied the heavy rains only made matters worse for the city, with the city recording 612 tree fall incidents since Tuesday.
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Probably for the first time in recent memory, South Mumbai areas like Colaba, Churchgate and Nariman Point witnessed heavy waterlogging. Even the road outside Mantralaya, the secretariat of the Maharashtra government at Nariman Point, became submerged in rainwater.
Probably for the first time in recent memory, South Mumbai areas like Colaba, Churchgate and Nariman Point witnessed heavy waterlogging. Even the road outside Mantralaya, the secretariat of the Maharashtra government at Nariman Point, became submerged in rainwater.
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