In Ceaseless Rain, Delhi And Gurgaon Stick Without Cabs, Flights Delayed: Highlights

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New Delhi: 
Delhi and Gurgaon braced for massive traffic jams as unusually heavy rain came pouring down on Wednesday morning.

The Gurgaon police advised "patience and discipline" as traffic slowed down after the first burst of rain.

Social media was full of pictures of waterlogging and clogged roads, with cars slowing down to a crawl in many areas.

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11:44 (IST)
Delhi police took to twitter to warn and advice people to avoid waterlogged roads and be safe.
Aug 31, 2016
10:39 (IST)
Heavy rainfall throws traffic out of gear in several parts of Delhi, picture of water logging in Sarojini Nagar area.
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10:29 (IST)
Heavy rain in Delhi affects flights, IndiGo airlines' tweet warns people that delays are expected.
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10:06 (IST)
US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to Sisganj Gurudwara, Jama Masjid and Gauri Shankar temple has been cancelled due to heavy rains in Delhi.
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09:53 (IST)
The Delhi police tweeted about the waterlogged areas in Delhi:
Aug 31, 2016
09:49 (IST)
Angry office goers are tweeting about being stuck in the massive traffic jams that have become synonymous with rain in the capital. 
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Rain Nightmare Redux For Delhi, Gurgaon As Traffic Crawls

  • Rain Nightmare Redux For Delhi, Gurgaon As Traffic Crawls
    The Gurgaon police advised "patience and discipline" as traffic slowed down.
  • Rain Nightmare Redux For Delhi, Gurgaon As Traffic Crawls
    Heavy rain disrupts traffic movement in several parts of Delhi and Gurgaon.
  • Rain Nightmare Redux For Delhi, Gurgaon As Traffic Crawls
    Commuters complained of poor visibility.
  • Rain Nightmare Redux For Delhi, Gurgaon As Traffic Crawls
    The Gurgaon police issued a traffic advisory on Twitter requesting people to maintain lane discipline to avoid jams.
  • Rain Nightmare Redux For Delhi, Gurgaon As Traffic Crawls
    Many commuters in Gurgaon feared a repeat of last month's flooding on National Highway-8.
  • Rain Nightmare Redux For Delhi, Gurgaon As Traffic Crawls
    Social media was deluged with images of waterlogging and clogged roads.
  • Rain Nightmare Redux For Delhi, Gurgaon As Traffic Crawls
    On Monday US Secretary of State John Kerry was among those stuck in traffic when pouring rain and flooded roads slowed down cars.

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