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'Mumbai Rain Mumbai Local Trains' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Mumbai Local Trains On Central Line To Run As Per Sunday's Timetable

    Mumbai Local Trains On Central Line To Run As Per Sunday's Timetable

    Mumbai rain: Mumbai local train services, the sub-urban rail services, on the Central Line which connects Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) in South Mumbai to suburban districts of Thane, Kalyan and Navi Mumbai will run as per Sunday's timetable on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai Local Trains Impacted By Heavy Rains: Check Train Running Status Here

    Mumbai Local Trains Impacted By Heavy Rains: Check Train Running Status Here

    Mumbai Local Train Status: The Central Railways has said that Mumbai local trains on Harbour line will be operated between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and Bandra, Vashi and Panvel and Thane-Vashi-Panvel on the Transharbour line, and the fourth corridor to Kharkopar. On the main line, the trains will be operated to cover Thane-Kasara...

  • Rain Crisis In Financial Capital Mumbai May Impact Markets: Report

    Rain Crisis In Financial Capital Mumbai May Impact Markets: Report

    Large parts of Mumbai, home to India's financial markets and the central bank, were inundated because of incessant monsoon rains over the past 24 hours, prompting the city administration to declare a holiday.

  • "It's Nature's Fury...": Central Railway Stops Suburban Trains In Mumbai

    "It's Nature's Fury...": Central Railway Stops Suburban Trains In Mumbai

    Mumbai received the highest rainfall in a decade in just two days, affecting trains and flights, resulting in massive traffic jams and flooding homes in low-lying areas. Since Sunday night, it rained a total of 540 millimetres - the highest over a two-day period in a decade, Mumbai Municipal Commissioner Praveen Pardeshi told NDTV.

  • Mumbai Rain: 10 Examples From Social Media Of How The City Helped Itself

    Mumbai Rain: 10 Examples From Social Media Of How The City Helped Itself

    A day after heavy rain, 30 times the average, crippled Mumbai, the people of the city opened its doors and hearts to help their own.

  • At The Crack Of Dawn Office Goers Left For Home

    At The Crack Of Dawn Office Goers Left For Home

    Just before the first light of dawn at 4:30am, office goers stranded at their workplaces - which got converted into makeshift dormitories for the night- made their way to the Churchgate station in south Mumbai to reach home.

  • LIVE: Mumbai On The Road To Recovery A Day After Heavy Rain

    LIVE: Mumbai On The Road To Recovery A Day After Heavy Rain

    Mumbai is slowly limping back to normal a day after heavy rain battered the city. The rainfall recorded in Mumbai yesterday is said to be the heaviest in 12 years, recording almost 300 millimeters in some locations. Today, several roads have been cleared for traffic and water has receded from some public areas. Local trains are also running, though...

  • 5 Dead In 30X Normal Rain In Mumbai, City Struggles Day After: 10 Points

    5 Dead In 30X Normal Rain In Mumbai, City Struggles Day After: 10 Points

    Traffic is almost clear and people can now travel by road, the Mumbai Police said. Train services have been restored on most lines and though local trains, Mumbai's lifeline, are running behind schedule, thousands of people who were stuck all night at offices are now returning home. Flight operations are normal. There was little rain overnight and ...

  • Mumbaikars Bring Their A-Game To Social Media With Jokes On #MumbaiRains

    Mumbaikars Bring Their A-Game To Social Media With Jokes On #MumbaiRains

    While most people on social media advised others to stay in and stay safe, some tweeted the funniest jokes in just 140 characters.

  • Trains and Flights Delayed in Mumbai Due to Heavy Rain

    Trains and Flights Delayed in Mumbai Due to Heavy Rain

    Trains in Mumbai were running at least 25 minutes late on Tuesday morning because of incessant rain.

  • Office-Goers Cycle to Work as Trains Halt Following Rains in Mumbai

    Office-Goers Cycle to Work as Trains Halt Following Rains in Mumbai

    With the incessant rains halting the city's lifeline local trains, many office-goers today bicycled to work, calling it the best alternative to reach their destinations in time.

  • Rain whips Mumbai, one dead near Haji Ali

    Rain whips Mumbai, one dead near Haji Ali

    Mumbai had a nasty start to its week. Heavy rains whipped the city, making the morning insidious for commuters. A portion of a small hill near the city's famous Haji Ali Dargah collapsed; one person has died. Residents of several buildings in the area have been asked to leave their homes.

  • After rainy hellish morning, Mumbai starts to recover

    After rainy hellish morning, Mumbai starts to recover

    It was a manic Monday for Mumbai commuters trying to get to office this morning. The Central line, which includes major stations like Byculla, Dadar and Thane, was closed by 9 am because water had accumulated on several tracks. Trains on the Western line, used by about 30 lakh people everyday, were running 10 minutes late. Flights at 11 am were de...

'Mumbai Rain Mumbai Local Trains' - 3 Video Result(s)

'Mumbai Rain Mumbai Local Trains' - 13 News Result(s)

  • Mumbai Local Trains On Central Line To Run As Per Sunday's Timetable

    Mumbai Local Trains On Central Line To Run As Per Sunday's Timetable

    Mumbai rain: Mumbai local train services, the sub-urban rail services, on the Central Line which connects Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) in South Mumbai to suburban districts of Thane, Kalyan and Navi Mumbai will run as per Sunday's timetable on Wednesday.

  • Mumbai Local Trains Impacted By Heavy Rains: Check Train Running Status Here

    Mumbai Local Trains Impacted By Heavy Rains: Check Train Running Status Here

    Mumbai Local Train Status: The Central Railways has said that Mumbai local trains on Harbour line will be operated between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) and Bandra, Vashi and Panvel and Thane-Vashi-Panvel on the Transharbour line, and the fourth corridor to Kharkopar. On the main line, the trains will be operated to cover Thane-Kasara...

  • Rain Crisis In Financial Capital Mumbai May Impact Markets: Report

    Rain Crisis In Financial Capital Mumbai May Impact Markets: Report

    Large parts of Mumbai, home to India's financial markets and the central bank, were inundated because of incessant monsoon rains over the past 24 hours, prompting the city administration to declare a holiday.

  • "It's Nature's Fury...": Central Railway Stops Suburban Trains In Mumbai

    "It's Nature's Fury...": Central Railway Stops Suburban Trains In Mumbai

    Mumbai received the highest rainfall in a decade in just two days, affecting trains and flights, resulting in massive traffic jams and flooding homes in low-lying areas. Since Sunday night, it rained a total of 540 millimetres - the highest over a two-day period in a decade, Mumbai Municipal Commissioner Praveen Pardeshi told NDTV.

  • Mumbai Rain: 10 Examples From Social Media Of How The City Helped Itself

    Mumbai Rain: 10 Examples From Social Media Of How The City Helped Itself

    A day after heavy rain, 30 times the average, crippled Mumbai, the people of the city opened its doors and hearts to help their own.

  • At The Crack Of Dawn Office Goers Left For Home

    At The Crack Of Dawn Office Goers Left For Home

    Just before the first light of dawn at 4:30am, office goers stranded at their workplaces - which got converted into makeshift dormitories for the night- made their way to the Churchgate station in south Mumbai to reach home.

  • LIVE: Mumbai On The Road To Recovery A Day After Heavy Rain

    LIVE: Mumbai On The Road To Recovery A Day After Heavy Rain

    Mumbai is slowly limping back to normal a day after heavy rain battered the city. The rainfall recorded in Mumbai yesterday is said to be the heaviest in 12 years, recording almost 300 millimeters in some locations. Today, several roads have been cleared for traffic and water has receded from some public areas. Local trains are also running, though...

  • 5 Dead In 30X Normal Rain In Mumbai, City Struggles Day After: 10 Points

    5 Dead In 30X Normal Rain In Mumbai, City Struggles Day After: 10 Points

    Traffic is almost clear and people can now travel by road, the Mumbai Police said. Train services have been restored on most lines and though local trains, Mumbai's lifeline, are running behind schedule, thousands of people who were stuck all night at offices are now returning home. Flight operations are normal. There was little rain overnight and ...

  • Mumbaikars Bring Their A-Game To Social Media With Jokes On #MumbaiRains

    Mumbaikars Bring Their A-Game To Social Media With Jokes On #MumbaiRains

    While most people on social media advised others to stay in and stay safe, some tweeted the funniest jokes in just 140 characters.

  • Trains and Flights Delayed in Mumbai Due to Heavy Rain

    Trains and Flights Delayed in Mumbai Due to Heavy Rain

    Trains in Mumbai were running at least 25 minutes late on Tuesday morning because of incessant rain.

  • Office-Goers Cycle to Work as Trains Halt Following Rains in Mumbai

    Office-Goers Cycle to Work as Trains Halt Following Rains in Mumbai

    With the incessant rains halting the city's lifeline local trains, many office-goers today bicycled to work, calling it the best alternative to reach their destinations in time.

  • Rain whips Mumbai, one dead near Haji Ali

    Rain whips Mumbai, one dead near Haji Ali

    Mumbai had a nasty start to its week. Heavy rains whipped the city, making the morning insidious for commuters. A portion of a small hill near the city's famous Haji Ali Dargah collapsed; one person has died. Residents of several buildings in the area have been asked to leave their homes.

  • After rainy hellish morning, Mumbai starts to recover

    After rainy hellish morning, Mumbai starts to recover

    It was a manic Monday for Mumbai commuters trying to get to office this morning. The Central line, which includes major stations like Byculla, Dadar and Thane, was closed by 9 am because water had accumulated on several tracks. Trains on the Western line, used by about 30 lakh people everyday, were running 10 minutes late. Flights at 11 am were de...

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