Scientists, funeral directors and survivors say the real numbers of infections and deaths in India may be many times more than the reported figures.
India's COVID-19 caseload plummeted to record lows in February. Now a startling spike is causing health systems — and possibly law and order — to break down. What went wrong?
They're majestic. They're neglected. And now they're slowly being fixed up. Conservationists are preserving them — and officials hope the fountains will supply free water for the city's impoverished.
Mumbai officials get creative to allow devotees to celebrate the elephant-headed god safely, even as virus cases surge in other parts of India.
Severe Cyclonic Storm Nisarga was spinning wind gusts up to 75 mph as it made landfall south of the megacity on India's west coast.
The famous food stalls and shops on Mumbai's Mohammed Ali Road are closed during India's lockdown. "This is the first time I'm seeing Mohammed Ali Road come to a standstill," says a restaurant owner.
With more residents staying indoors, fewer Indians are dying from road and train accidents, leading to a drop in overall mortality. Crime is also down.
Residents of India's big financial city hail the end of an era as their classic black and yellow cabs ride off into the sunset.
There is an almost three-fold increase in the flamingo population in Mumbai, India. Rahul Khot, assistant director at the Bombay Natural History Society, tells NPR his speculations as to why.