COVID-19 has now reached the doorstep of the state government, with four Mantralaya staff members testing positive for it. Mumbai Khabar brings to you the top news of the day. Watch this video to know more.
A practice session of the Independence Day parade was recently held near Mantralaya, Mumbai. Mumbai and Gujarat Police officers came together for the practice session. This is the first time that Gujarat Police is collaborating with Mumbai Police for the parade
Amidst Mumbai's struggle to deal with the ever-growing rat population, the government's claim to tackle more than 3 lakh rats in a week recently created a stir in the secretariat.
A minor fire broke out at Mantralaya at around 4 pm, Monday, which was eventually doused by the firefighters. No casualties were reported in the incident.
Watch as a casual labourer calmly goes about his job working on the sixth floor parapet of the Maharashtra state secretariat without safety harness, putting his life at risk
An indication of the devastation that spread through Mantralaya may be gauged by the fact that the national flag, which has fluttered proudly from the terrace every day, had to be brought down abruptly yesterday, to avoid being singed by tongues of fire. And six brave men went beyond the call of duty to guard the tri-colour from the threat of incineration, and brought it down before the flames could devour it. Video courtesy: NDTV
Three people have died and at least 12 people have been injured in the fire that broke out at the Mumbai mantralaya or secretariat, the government's headquarters, this afternoon. The blaze has now become stronger on the sixth floor and through the night, fire fighters will try to put out the flames. Video courtesy: NDTV
A massive fire has broken out at Maharashtra's state secretariat or Mantralaya building in south Mumbai. More than 20 fire engines are fighting the flames. No casualties have been reported so far, but several people are still feared trapped there. Video courtesy: NDTV
A major fire has broken out on the fourth floor of the Maharashtra Secretariat building in Mumbai. At least eight fire engines and three ambulances have been rushed to the spot. Video courtesy: NDTV
If you thought Government employees never worked hard, think again. Here's a man who puts in 12 hours a day, 7 days a week.Milind Damodhar Choudhary, however, employed in the Mantralaya for 21 years, breaks the stereotype, some nine times over the past 18 months. Story & Video By - Vinod Kumar Menon,Mid-Day