Heavy rains in India kill 30, cripple financial capital

A fireman looks on as rescue workers search for survivors under the cover of a tarpaulin after a wall collapased on hutments due to heavy rains in Mumbai, India July 2, 2019. REUTERS/Prashant Waydande

MUMBAI (Reuters) – Wall collapses in Mumbai and nearby towns, caused by the worst monsoon rains in a single day in 14 years, killed 30 people on Tuesday and disrupted rail and air traffic, prompting officials to shut schools and offices. Financial markets were open in the city of 18 million touted as a potential […]

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