The death toll from the collapse of a decades-old four-storey building in India's financial capital Mumbai rose to 10 late on Tuesday
At least five people died after two buildings - one residential and the other under construction - collapsed in India's southern city of Bengaluru on Wednesday
At least two people have died and dozens are feared trapped under rubble after a building site collapsed Tuesday in India's southern Karnataka state, officials told AFP.
Four people were rescued from the debris of the nearly two-decade-old buildings in the area of Odhav in Ahmedabad's east.
More than 100 Indian rescue workers were using steel cutters and drills on Wednesday to try and free those still feared trapped under the rubble of a collapsed six-storey building outside Delhi.
The woman, who has not been identified, was conscious and alert after her lower body was pinned by heavy debris for more than four hours.
The driver lost control of his vehicle and struck a pillar holding up the near 100-year-old structure, said police deputy inspector general Harinarayanchari Mishra.
Four people died and about 20 were injured in an apartment building collapse in Poznan, western Poland, most likely to have been caused by a gas explosion, state-run news agency PAP said on Sunday.
A multi-storey building collapsed in the south Indian city of Bengaluru on Monday, killing at least five people and injuring several, officials said.