1. Mumbai Rains Updates: Over 180 flights cancelled, main runway at Airport remain shut

Mumbai Rains Updates: Over 180 flights cancelled, main runway at Airport remain shut

Mumbai Rains Live updates: Heavy rainfall today threw life out of gear in the maximum city.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: September 20, 2017 11:00 PM
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Mumbai Rains updates: Heavy rainfall today threw life out of gear in the maximum city. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport has become partially operational after a few runways have become non-operational due to incessant downpour. Trains have been cancelled and water logging has been witnessed in several places. More downpour is expected as per IMD report. Maharashtra government has ordered schools and colleges in the city to remain closed.

Track Updates of Mumbai Rains

8.30 pm: Till 5 pm today, 63 flights of the Jet Airways, eight of IndiGo, two of SpiceJet and one of GoAir were cancelled, a statement from the Mumbai airport said. As many 56 flights were diverted to nearby airports till this morning.

8.10 pm “As many as 183 flights have been cancelled since last night besides dozens other diverted to nearby airports due to the prolonged closure of the main runway in the wake of the SpiceJet aircraft incident,” a source said. “The process of removing the stranded aircraft from the runway is going on for last 22 hours with the help of Air India but to no avail,” a PTI source said.

7.50 pm: According to PTI’s airport sources, NOTAM (notice to airmen) has been extended till 6 am tomorrow, which means flights will continue to operate from the secondary runway, which has limited aircraft handling capacity. NOTAM contains information concerning the establishment, condition, or change in any facility, service or procedure, among others, in airspace management.

7.30 pm: Over 180 flights at the Mumbai airport have been cancelled since last night due to heavy rains and closure of the main runway after a SpiceJet aircraft skidded off the runway and got stuck in mud, blocking it. The aircraft has still not been removed from there and operations on the main runway remain suspended.

7.10 pm: “Several parts of the metropolis, including South Mumbai, Borivali, Kandivili, Andheri and Bhandup, received heavy rainfall. However, no untoward incident has been reported so far from any part of the city,” an official of the BMC, the city’s civic body, said.

6.45 pm: Air services at the Mumbai airport were hit badly, with 108 flights cancelled and another 51 diverted to nearby airports till this morning due to heavy rain and closure of the main runway after a Spice Jet aircraft skidded, overshot the runway and got stuck in mud, blocking it, an airport official said.

6.30 pm: Efforts are on to tow the aircraft away and clear the runway for operations.

6.15  pm: The NOTAM (notice to airmen) period was further extended to 6 pm, which means that flight operations cannot be take place till that time, the official said.
5.55 pm: Jet Airways has issued the following advisory:

“In lieu of the main runway not being available at Mumbai airport till 1830 hours on Sep 20, 2017 the following flights have been cancelled.”

5.20 pm: ANI reports that 63 Jet Airways, 8 IndiGo and 3 SpiceJet and 1 GoAir flights cancelled due to bad weather at Mumbai airport.

5.05 pm: According to an official of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) disaster management cell, no untoward incident was reported after the incessant downpour.

4.45 pm: Schools and colleges in Mumbai Metropolitan Region have been instructed to remain closed today in view of heavy rains.

4.35 pm: “Several parts of the metropolis, including South Mumbai, Borivali, Kandivili, Andheri and Bhandup, received heavy rainfall. However, no untoward incident has been reported so far from any part of the city,” he said.

4.25 pm: The Mumbai Police has warned of a high tide at 12.03 pm and 6.04 pm today.

4.05 pm From 8.30 am yesterday to 5.30 am today, the Colaba observatory recorded 210 mm rain, while the Santacruz observatory recorded 303.7 mm rain in the period, according to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

3.48 pm: Fishermen have been warned against venturing into the deep sea, an IMD official said.

3.45 pm: Flight operations at the Mumbai airport were affected due to heavy rains and low visibility.

3:43 PM: Heavy rains pounded the city and suburbs for the second day today, disrupting flight operations at the Mumbai airport and delaying suburban train services in the financial capital.

3:40 PM: According to an official of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) disaster management cell, no untoward incident was reported after the incessant downpour.

3:36 PM: Schools and colleges in Mumbai Metropolitan Region have been instructed to remain closed today in view of heavy rains.

3:31 PM: “Several parts of the metropolis, including South Mumbai, Borivali, Kandivili, Andheri and Bhandup, received heavy rainfall. However, no untoward incident has been reported so far from any part of the city,” he said.

3:28 PM: The Mumbai Police has warned of a high tide at 12.03 pm and 6.04 pm today.

3:26 PM: From 8.30 am yesterday to 5.30 am today, the Colaba observatory recorded 210 mm rain, while the Santacruz observatory recorded 303.7 mm rain in the period, according to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

3:21 PM: Fishermen have been warned against venturing into the deep sea, an IMD official said.

3:18 PM: Flight operations at the Mumbai airport were affected due to heavy rains and low visibility.

3:13 PM: The skidding of a SpiceJet aircraft on the main runway (09/27) last night compounded the problem further as it forced the private airport operator to shift operations to the secondary runway, which can carry out limited operations.

3:08 PM: The SpiceJet Boeing 737 aircraft carrying 183 people overshot a wet runway while landing at the airport in rain-hit Mumbai and got stuck in the mud, officials said yesterday, adding that all passengers were safely evacuated.

3:01 pm: Last evening, the flight operations at the Mumbai Airport were suspended for nearly half an hour, due to poor visibility and water-logging on the runway.

2:57 PM: Reportedly, Mumbai recorded its second highest rain in September in a span of 12 hours, yesterday.

2:53 pm: Mumbai’s lifeline local trains services were delayed for 15-20 minutes due to the heavy downpour.

2:50 PM: On August 29, Mumbai recorded 297.6 mm rain in nine hours (8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.), higher than any 24-hour rain in August in a decade which had brought the city to a halt, as commuters waded through chest-deep waters.

2:45 PM: The Mumbai University has instructed all the colleges under its jurisdiction to remain closed as per the Education Minister’s orders due to an expected heavy downpour.

2:40 PM: Take a look at Aditya Thackeray’s tweet

2:37 PM: In the Konkan region, many towns and villages experiences water-logging in Sindhudurg, Ratnagiri, Raigad and Palghar districts disrupting normal life.

2:32 PM: Till 7 a.m., the BMC Disaster Control said the western suburbs received 245 mm rains, eastern suburbs recorded 186 mm and south Mumbai notched 126 mm.

2:29 pm: Several low-lying areas in central Mumbai like Parel, Dadar and some areas of the suburbs like Chembur, Kurla, Andheri, Malad, Borivali, Dahisar experienced water-logging, slowing down the morning office-bound traffic, but there was no dislocation on the roads and highways.

2:24 PM: Mumbai’s famed Dabbawalas also announced cancellation of their regular 200,000 tiffin box delivery services on Wednesday to avoid stranding, said their spokesperson Subhash Talekar.

2:21 PM: As a precautionary measure, Education Minister Vinod Tawde late on Tuesday announced closure of all schools and colleges in Mumbai metropolitan region for the day.

2:18 PM: WATCH- Latest updates on Mumbai Rains

2:15 pm: Flight operations at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMI) took a major hit owing to the downpour, poor visibility and strong winds since Tuesday evening.

2:11 PM: The city’s critical lifeline, the suburban trains and the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) bus services were also reported running with delays.

2:08 PM: The IMD has forecast heavy and widespread rains over large parts of Maharashtra and surroundings till Saturday. However, on Wednesday the warning was downgraded for Mumbai and surrounding areas, which can expect “only intermittent rains for next two days in few places.” Till Wednesday morning, the IMD said Mumbai suburbs received 304 mm rains while the city experienced 210 mm rainfall.

2:03 pm: Take a look at SpiceJet tweet

2:00 PM: SpiceJet Ltd says due to torrential rains and runway closure at Mumbai airport, it has decided to waive off cancellation charges

1:59 PM: The Mumbai Airport extended closure of all flight operations on the main runway till 2 pm as work on towing out a stranded private airlines aircraft continued amidst ongoing heavy rains, low visibility and strong winds, officials said here on Wednesday.

1:55 PM: According to IMD figures, Mumbai suburbs recorded a whopping 304 mm rainfall till this morning, making it the third highest downpour in a single day since the great Mumbai floods when the city experienced 945 mm rains, followed by 316 mm on August 29 this year.

1:51 PM: Since midnight far more than five dozen flights, many of them international, have been either diverted to various cities like Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Nagpur as the main runway 9/27 was blocked by a SpiceJet aircraft which skidded off the runway and got stuck in soft mud late on Tuesday night.

1:47 PM: “We are experiencing heavy rainfall and bad tail winds at the airport. The flights are taking off and landing from the secondary runway. There are delays (of upto 30 minutes) in arrivals/departures because of the fluctuating weather,” a spokesperson said.

1:43 pm: An Air India technical team is assisting the SpiceJet authorities to retrieve the stuck plane and clear the runway for regular operations in the next few hours.

1:39 PM: A 22-member Zimbabwe Under-19 team which was supposed to reach Mumbai yesterday, has been stranded at Nagpur’s Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport since last night.

1:35 PM: Air India passengers stuck in Nagpur faced a harrowing time as the airline could not arrange for sufficient hotel rooms which were booked mostly by other private airlines, said an official.

1:31 PM: Flight operations were suspended for around 30 minutes on Tuesday evening, forcing diversion of four incoming flights and seven go-arounds due to poor visibility.

1:27 PM: Later, around midnight there was another suspension of operations after a SpiceJet Boeing aircraft skidded off due to wet runway conditions, hitting the operations on the main runway.

1:23 PM: Heavy rains continued to lash Mumbai, entire coastal Konkan region and parts of western Maharashtra affecting normal life on Wednesday.

1:19 PM: This comes three weeks after the Mumbai deluge of August 29 and 30 which the city paralysed and notched over a dozen deaths.

1:15 PM: More than 50 flights cancelled due to main runway closure at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.

12:59 PM: WATCH- No Dabbawala service in Mumbai today

12:54 PM: Worli Sea Link, Pedder road, Sion Bridge are open with smooth traffic movement. South bound traffic on SV Rd diverted to P D Hinduja Rd and North Bound to linking road at Turner road junction Bandra west, Mumbai police said.

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12:48 PM: Some intercity trains like Manmad-Mumbai Express, Gujarat Express, Saurashtra Express, Bandra-Terminus Surat Intercity Express and Mumbai Central-Ahmadabad Shatabdi Express have been cancelled, as per the officials of the Central Railway and the Western Railway

12:45 PM: So far no untoward incident was reported after the incessant downpour, according to an official of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) disaster management cell.

12:40 PM: All the agencies concerned have been put on high alert to deal with any eventuality in Mumbai

12:37 pm: WATCH- Normal life disrupted due to rains in Mumbai

12:34 PM: The rainfall recorded at BMC’s automatic weather stations between 8 am and 10 pm included Nariman Point (88mm), Worli (110mm), Chembur (112mm), Mulund (94mm), Andheri (208mm), Bandra (128mm) and Borivli (204mm).

12:31 PM: The MeT department has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall till tomorrow.

12:28 PM: An IMD official said that the Santacruz observatory recorded 225.3 mm rain from 8.30 am to 11.30 pm last night.

12:26 This quantity falls under the weather category of ‘extremely heavy rain’ (204.5 mm and above), he said.

12:24 PM: The observatory recorded over 100 mm in just three hours (5.30-8.30pm), the official added.

12:22 PM: Mumbai recorded its second highest September rain in a span of 12 hours yesterday, BMC officials said.

12:20 PM: An IMD official said that the Santacruz observatory recorded 225.3 mm rain from 8.30 am to 11.30 pm last night.

12:18 PM: WATCH- High-tide alert in Mumbai

12:15 PM: Vehicles were moving, though a bit slowly, on the city’s two major roads – the Eastern Express Highway and the Western Express Highway, the BMC official said.

12:12 PM: Buses were running normal and there were no diversions in the routes, Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) spokesperson Hanumant Gofane said.

12:10 PM: The ‘dabbawalas’ of Mumbai today cancelled their delivery of over two lakh tiffins to office-goers in the city in view of the disruption of suburban rail services after heavy rains.

12:08 PM: The tiffin delivery men use suburban trains to ensure lunch boxes reach their destination on time.

12:06 PM: Senior railway officers were keeping a watch on the situation and the Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel were roped-in to manage any crowds at the stations, he said.

12:03 PM: The trains on the Western Line were also running late by 10 to 15 minutes, according to an official of the Western Railway (WR).

12:00 PM: The long distance trains which were regulated and stranded at various locations due to heavy water-logging at Nallasopara, Virar have been cleared, WR said in a statement.

11:56 AM: Some intercity trains like Manmad-Mumbai Express, Gujarat Express, Saurashtra Express, Bandra-Terminus Surat Intercity Express and Mumbai Central-Ahmadabad Shatabdi Express have been cancelled, as per the officials of the Central Railway and the Western Railway.

11:53 AM: WATCH- High tide expected in Delhi

11:50 AM: As many as 56 flights were diverted to different airports till this morning as the main runway continued to be out of use due to the SpiceJet aircraft stuck there, an airport official said.

11:47 AM: The main runway at the Mumbai airport is unlikely to be functional before this evening as the SpiceJet aircraft remained stuck on it.

11:44 AM: Fishermen have been warned against venturing into the deep sea, an IMD official said.

11:42 AM: Flight operations at the Mumbai airport were affected due to heavy rains and low visibility.

11:40 am: The Mumbai Police has warned of a high tide at 12.03 pm and 6.04 pm today.

11:38 AM: From 8.30 am yesterday to 5.30 am today, the Colaba observatory recorded 210 mm rain, while the Santacruz observatory recorded 303.7 mm rain in the period, according to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD).

11:35 AM: Visuals from Gateway of India; high tide is expected to hit around 12 noon today.

11:31 AM: WATCH- Here is IMD forecast

11:28 AM: Schools and colleges in Mumbai Metropolitan Region have been instructed to remain closed today in view of heavy rains.

11:26 AM: “Several parts of the metropolis, including South Mumbai, Borivali, Kandivili, Andheri and Bhandup, received heavy rainfall. However, no untoward incident has been reported so far from any part of the city,” an official of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) disaster management cell said.

11:23 AM: Take a look at Mumbai Police tweet

11:21 AM: MAccording to an official of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) disaster management cell, no untoward incident was reported after the incessant downpour.

11:18 AM: Heavy rains pounded the city and suburbs for the second day today, disrupting flight operations at the Mumbai airport and delaying suburban train services in the financial capital.

11:15 AM: Six International flights have been diverted from Mumbai to Delhi as the main runway at Mumbai airport is closed.

11:10 AM: Here are helpline numbers

Image courtesy: Twitter

11:05 am: WATCH- Mumbaikars face tough challenge posed by Rains

11:00 AM: Earlier, a forecast of heavy to very heavy rainfall at few places with extremely heavy rainfall in Raigad district adjoining Mumbai is expected in the next 24 hours, according to IMD Mumbai.

10:57 AM: The IMD (India Meteorological Department) has also predicted that North Madhya Maharashtra would get heavy rainfall at isolated places in the 24 hours beginning September 21.

10:54 AM: Take a look at Mumbai Police tweet

WATCH- Local Train service hit due to rain

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10:41 AM: Water logging in Bandra at Railway colony on S V Road. Diversion towards linking road of both directions, said Mumbai Police.

10:38 AM: We have removed warning (for heavy rainfall), intermittent rainfall likely over city and suburbs for next 48 hrs: Ajay Kumar, Scientist IMD. Situation will improve from now onwards, says Kumar.

10:36 AM: Consequently, flight operations have been temporarily suspended till early Wednesday morning. Though details of the number of flights which would be affected are not immediately available, a majority could be on international sectors.

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10:34 AM: Jet Airways has already announced temporary suspension of all its flight operations since late Tuesday night.

10:32 AM: Torrential rains leading to poor visibility forced cancellation of all flight operations at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport here on Tuesday night till 5 p.m. on Wednesday, sources said.

10:29 AM: The situation was further compounded by a SpeiceJet Varanasi-Mumbai flight aircraft which skidded and got stuck in the mud after landing, blocking the main runway.

10:26 AM: Now rainfall will decrease, but light to moderate rainfall to continue in Mumbai region: Ajay Kumar, Scientist IMD Mumbai

10:18 AM: WATCH- Rains have lashed Mumbai again

10:15 AM: Mumbai Airport has continued to experience delays due to rains

10:12 AM: On August 29, the metropolis received more than 300 mm rainfall, crippling the transport services and throwing normal life out of gear.

10:09 AM: On Sunday, the weather department had forecast heavy rains in Mumbai and the coastal Konkan region for the next three days.

10:06 AM: Trans-harbour running normally,slight delay in Harbour&Main line. Uploaded updates of trains on social media: Central Railway, CPRO

10:03 AM: A Spicejet plane carrying 183 people today overshot a wet runway while landing at the airport in rain-hit Mumbai and got stuck in the mud, officials said. The passengers were safely evacuated using the emergency chute of the Boeing 737 aircraft, an airport official said.

10:00 AM: The dabbawallas pride themselves on the ‘deliver on time’ motto, irrespective of Mumbai’s heat or heavy rains.

9:57 AM: Take a look at Amitabh Bachchan’s tweet

9:54 AM: The tiffin delivery men, most of who come from villages around Pune, had on August 9 taken a day off to join the Maratha reservation rally here and to express solidarity with the movement for demanding reservation to Maratha community in jobs and education.

9:51 AM: WATCH- Latest update on Mumbai Rains

9:48 AM: The ‘dabbawalas’ of Mumbai today cancelled their delivery of over two lakh tiffins to office-goers in the city in view of the disruption of suburban rail services after heavy rains.

9:45 AM: The tiffin delivery men use suburban trains to ensure the lunch boxes reach their destination on time.

9:42 AM: “The over 5,000 ‘dabbawalas’, who deliver around two lakh ‘dabbas’ (tiffins) a day won’t be able to do so today due to disruption of train services after heavy rains,” Subhash Talekar, spokesperson of the Mumbai Dabbawala Association said. “We will resume our services tomorrow,” he said.

9:39 AM: The three railway lines – Western, Central and Harbour -that link 70 stations, ensure that lunch boxes travel from the farthest northern suburbs to business areas on the southern tip of the city within a maximum of two hours, Talekar said.

9:36 AM: There are delays in arrival and departure flights because of the fluctuating weather: Mumbai Airport Spokesperson

9:33 AM: Experiencing heavy rainfall&bad tail winds at CSIA. Flights taking off & landing from secondary runway as main runway is closed: Airport Spokesperson

9:30 AM: WATCH- There will be no ‘Dabbawala’ in Mumbai today

9:27 AM: Take a look at Central Railway‏ tweet

9:24 AM: Experiencing heavy rainfall&bad tail winds at CSIA. Flights taking off & landing from secondary runway as main runway is closed: Airport Authority

9:21 am: Mumbai city recorded 210 mm rainfall, suburb recorded 303 mm rainfall & Dahanu near Mumbai recorded 304 mm rainfall: KS Hosalikar, DDG IMD

9:18 AM: This has been recorded in the past 24 hours, till 8:30 am. Warnings continue today but situation is improving, keeping a close watch:DDG IMD

9:15 AM: Flight operations at the Mumbai airport remain affected for the second day today following heavy rains that continue to lash the metropolis.

9:12 AM: The skidding of a SpiceJet aircraft on the main runway (09/27) last night compounded the problem further as it forced the private airport operator to shift operations to the secondary runway, which can carry out limited operations.

9:09 AM: The SpiceJet Boeing 737 aircraft carrying 183 people overshot a wet runway while landing at the airport in rain-hit Mumbai and got stuck in the mud, officials said yesterday, adding that all passengers were safely evacuated.

9:06 AM: WATCH- Meanwhile, Spice Jet plane has skidded off runway in Mumbai

9:03 AM: As many as 56 flights have been diverted to different airports till this morning as the main runway continues to be out of use due to the SpiceJet aircraft stuck there, an airport official said. Following the downpour, several airlines issued travel advisories to the passengers.

9:00 AM: Travel Advisory 6EUpdate Weather has improved, however, flights to/from Mumbai are still getting affected due last night weather,” budget carrier IndiGo said in a tweet.

8:58 AM: Partial operation is being carried out from the secondary runway (14/32 ) but due to the tailwinds, flight departures and arrivals are quite slow.

8:56 AM: “Current visibility is 1600 mts with winds of 12 knots. RWY 14 is being used for arrivals while RWY 32 is being used for departures. The disabled aircraft recovery kit from Air India is at site and preparation of pavement underneath the aircraft is in progress,” a Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) spokesperson said.

8:53 AM: The SpiceJet aircraft is still stuck on the runway and efforts are on to tow it away to a bay, the official said.

8:51 AM: Mumbai airport, the country’s second busiest airport, handles 930 flights per day with an average of 48 movements per hour.

8:48 AM: 12936 SURAT- BANDRA T JCO 20/9/17 is cancelled, according to Western Railway tweet

8:46 AM: Take a look at Central Railway tweet

8:43 AM: Heavy rains coupled with thunder and lightning lashed the metropolis yesterday, slowing down movement of vehicular traffic and suburban trains, and bringing back memories of torrential downpour late last month when the financial capital came to a standstill.

8:41 AM: WATCH- BMC has put Mumbai on high alert

8:39 AM: Take a look at Western Railway tweet

8:36 am: Schools and colleges in Mumbai Metropolitan Region have been instructed to remain closed today in backdrop of heavy rains.

8:33 AM: “Schools are instructed to remain close tomorrow for safety due to mixed predictions. This holiday will be compensated in Diwali,” Maharashtra education minister Vinod Tawde said.

8:32 AM: Take a look at Mumbai Police tweet

8:30 AM: The rainfall recorded at BMC’s automatic weather stations between 8 am and 10 pm included Nariman Point (88mm), Worli (110mm), Chembur (112mm), Mulund (94mm), Andheri (208mm), Bandra (128mm) and Borivli (204mm).

8:28 AM: There is a high tide warning at 12.03 pm of 4.54 metres for today, they added.

8:26 AM: This quantity falls under the weather category of ‘extremely heavy rain’ (204.5 mm and above), he said. The observatory recorded over 100 mm in just three hours (5.30-8.30pm), the official added.

8:23 AM: Mumbai recorded its second highest September rain in a span of 12 hours yesterday, BMC officials said.

8:20 AM: WATCH- Airport, schools shut; high tide expected

8:18 AM: A forecast of heavy to very heavy rainfall at few places with extremely heavy rainfall in Raigad district adjoining Mumbai is expected in the next 24 hours, according to IMD Mumbai.

8:16 AM: An India Meteorological Department (IMD) official said the Santacruz observatory recorded 225.3 mm rain from 8.30 am to 11.30 pm last night.

8:14 AM: Watch this video

8:12 AM: People of Mumbai and adjoining region braced for another spell of heavy rains today, a day after incessant downpour disrupted normal life in the megapolis, affecting rail, road and air traffic.

8:10 AM: Commuters stuck at various stations since last night due to disruption of suburban train services were seen making their way home this morning as the situation improved overnight.

8:08 AM: Massive waterlogging in various parts of Mumbai. High tide expected around 12:03 pm today.

8:05 AM: Both runways of Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport shut non-operational. Flights ‘have been diverted to Goa, Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad

8:02 AM: Won’t be working today,no Dabba delivery by Mumbai Dabbawalas due to heavy downpour: Subhash Talekar, Mumbai Dabbawala Association Spox

7:58 AM: Main runway of Mumbai airport still closed; total 56 flights have been diverted. Second runway operating.

7:55 AM: Five Western Railways trains cancelled; six trains cancelled and two diverted on Central Railways

  1. Jayashree Sriram
    Sep 20, 2017 at 3:34 pm
    Once again, the city came to a standstill. Once again, we were helpless n left to fend for ourselves. So what exactly is the Muni l corporation's duty?
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