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Aug 06, 2019
Mumbai rains: Two trains diverted and one cancelled amid heavy downpour across state, says Central RailwayTwo trains have been diverted and one cancelled following heavy downpour in Mumbai, the Central Railway said on Tuesday.
Jul 09, 2019
Mumbai rains: 'All three lines operational, no waterlogging on tracks,' says Central Railway CPRO as affected services resume in cityThe affected railway services due to rainfall have resumed in Mumbai and all three lines including Up, Down, and Middle are now operational, said the Central Railway CPRO.
Jul 11, 2018
Mumbai rains: Navy deployed to rescue commuters stranded due to flooding of railway tracks; 48 hours of rainfall cripples public transportThe Navy was deployed to evacuate train commuters stranded at the Nallasopara station in the city due to flooding of railway tracks between Nallasopara and Vasai Road stations, officials said on Wednesday.
Aug 31, 2017
Mumbai floods: Rains claim 6 lives as city slowly gets back on its feet; political blame game beginsAs the skies opened up a day after torrential rain and high waves on Tuesday, life in Mumbai slowly came back on its feet on Wednesday
Aug 30, 2017
Mumbai drowns in 418 mm of rain: Why concretised Indian cities are struggling with extreme rainfallAs parts of Mumbai went under after more than 400 mm rainfall on Tuesday, the deluge mirrored similar scenes in other cities this month, a consequence of increased concretisation and increasingly variable rainfall patterns, according to various studies.
Aug 29, 2017
Mumbai rains: City receives 418 mm of rain in 12 hours; IMD predicts more of the same todayTorrential rains lashed Mumbai, Thane, Palghar, Raigad and other parts of Maharashtra for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday, severely affecting normal life and paralysing the lifelines — local train and bus services — in the state capital and leading the state government and civic authorities to sound a high alert.