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Mumbai deluge: Maximum city in turmoil as heavy rains continue

THE ASIAN AGE

Published : Aug 29, 2017, 1:31 pm IST
Updated : Jul 6, 2019, 3:32 pm IST
School children holding an umbrella during the rains in Mumbai on Monday. (Photo: AP)
School children holding an umbrella during the rains in Mumbai on Monday. (Photo: AP)
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Heavy rainfall in Mumbai since Monday has choked parts of the city and more rainfall is expected over the next 24 hours. (Photo: DC)
Heavy rainfall in Mumbai since Monday has choked parts of the city and more rainfall is expected over the next 24 hours. (Photo: DC)
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Severe waterlogging was also reported in Mumbai's Hindmata area on Tuesday. (Photo: ANI)
Severe waterlogging was also reported in Mumbai's Hindmata area on Tuesday. (Photo: ANI)
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High tide of 3.32 meters height is also likely to occur on Tuesday at 4:35 pm. (Photo: ANI)
High tide of 3.32 meters height is also likely to occur on Tuesday at 4:35 pm. (Photo: ANI)
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Heavy rains today lashed Mumbai andadjoining Navi Mumbai and Thane regions, delaying suburban train services and leaving vehicles crawling through waterlogged roads in low-lying areas. (Photo: ANI)
Heavy rains today lashed Mumbai andadjoining Navi Mumbai and Thane regions, delaying suburban train services and leaving vehicles crawling through waterlogged roads in low-lying areas. (Photo: ANI)
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Suburban services were disrupted with trains on all the three lines - western, central and harbour - running late. Water-logging on tracks was reported in Andheri and Bandra. (Photo: ANI)
Suburban services were disrupted with trains on all the three lines - western, central and harbour - running late. Water-logging on tracks was reported in Andheri and Bandra. (Photo: ANI)
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Water-logging was reported in low-lying areas of Parel and Sion. (Photo: ANI)
Water-logging was reported in low-lying areas of Parel and Sion. (Photo: ANI)
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The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said the situation was well under control and advised the citizens to step out of their homes only if necessary. (Photo: ANI)
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said the situation was well under control and advised the citizens to step out of their homes only if necessary. (Photo: ANI)
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Tags: Mumbai rains, flooding, disaster response force, Rescue operation