Mumbai rain live news: 30 flights cancelled, train services resume


Heavy rains continue to lash Mumbai and adjoining areas today resulting in water-logging at many places in the city. All schools and junior colleges have been ordered to remain shut today as a precautionary measure. The weather department has predicted heavy rain in Mumbai today. As per a live flight-tracking website, 14 incoming and 16 outbound flights were cancelled on Thursday. Catch all the latest updates on Mumbai rains here:

Two washed away in flooded nullahs in Thane, Palghar

Two persons including a seven-year-old boy were washed away in flooded nullahs in Thane and neighboring Palghar district in the last two days, the police said. Laxman Tapisar (62), resident of Naikpada in Bhiwandi tehsil of Thane, was washed away on Tuesday.

IndiGo passengers’forced’ to sit in stranded flight: DGCA to probe

Aviation regulator DGCA will probe the alleged incident of budget carrier IndiGo forcing the passengers of its Jaipur-bound flight to sit in the stranded aircraft at Mumbai Airport on Wednesday night, a top official source said. IndiGo’s operations at the city airport were hit hard with the carrier cancelling many flights on Wednesday following incessant rains in the city. Of around 20 flights that were cancelled, most were of IndiGo.

Vistara flights cancelled for today

Due to heavy rains in Mumbai on wednesday, some flights are cancelled for today.

level recedes in Mumbai, NDRF teams on standby

Water level has receded in almost all parts of Mumbai, National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF) teams have been kept on standby in different parts of the city in view of heavy rainfalls predicted by the meteorological department.

Moderate rains with a couple of intense spells over Mumbai and its suburbs: Skymet Weather

The Monsoon surge along the West Coast will result in moderate rains with a couple of intense spells over Mumbai and its suburbs but these rains will not be as heavy as they were yesterday.



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