Mumbai's 12-hour run on Independence Day saw grit and gumption as ultrathoners ran the soles off their feet from 5 am to 5 pm
Our photographers fanned out to capture the best of saffron-white-green moments on Independence Day
Over the last few days, many Indians states like West Bengal, Manipur and Gujarat have been ravaged by floods caused due to incessant rainfall. Here are some pictures that tell the story of the monsoon fury
Masterminded by two Mumbai men Dawood Ibrahim and Tiger Memon the bomb blasts ripped through hotels, offices, buildings, killing over 250 people, and destroying many more lives in the very city they had once called home. Pictures: Sherwin Crasto/Solaris Images
The city pays tribute to the late APJ Abdul Kalam
Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, who passed away on Monday, was a bachelor throughout his life. Here's a look at other famous Indians from varied walks of life, who have not tied the knot
It was a mixed bag yesterday as the rains brought relief from the unbearable heat, at the same time posing a formidable challenge for commuters
Mumbai witnessed heavy rains on Tuesday bringing the city to an halt, yet again. Here is the lowdown on how the city braved the rains.
Marking the end of holy month of Ramadan, Muslim community in Bandra, Mumbai celebrated Eid-al-Fitr on Saturday. Here are some candid images that capture the festival fervour.
With Ganpati season beginning September 17, workshops are full of artisans crafting idols of the cityÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂs favourite elephant God
Metro stations bore a deserted look and ticket counters remained empty from 8.30 am to 4 pm as the Commissioner for Metro Rail Safety carried out a statutory safety inspection on the 11.4-km Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor
The ongoing heatwave, enveloping Britain, Spain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and northern Italy, is expected to last several days and has already seen the mercury rise as high as 40 degrees Celsius. Here is a glimpse of how Europe is beating the heat.
A student researcher conducted a 45-day camera trapping exercise to study the leopard population in and around the national park. Some rare animals and 35 leopards were sighted in the period. All pics by Nikit Surve/SGNP
Our lensmen went around Mumbai to capture the spirit of the holy month of Ramzan in the city
It's that time of the year when Mumbaikars receive their annual dose of exercise courtesy the BMC. These puddles and craters turn the roads into an obstacle course that forces even the most lethargic of commuters to turn into gymnasts. Pics/Sayed Sameer Abedi, Sameer Markande, Nimesh Dave and Bipin Kokate
Heavy downpour on Tuesday morning across Mumbai city and the suburbs led to water logging in various areas. We have pictures
On International Yoga Day yesterday, Mumbai yoga practitioners showed that they had the courage of their contortions
Call it a torrent, a deluge, a flood or simply understated heavy rain. Our cameramen did some scuba diving Mumbai style, for these shots. Then, they come up for air and filed the pictures
Most schools opened yesterday, after a month-and-a-half long summer break, signalling back to the pavilion for students
The rains have finally arrived in Mumbai and, as always, people have greeted it with open arms, following an extremely hot summer. Here are some images that capture the monsoon spirit of Mumbaikars