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Jun 15 (22:11) Monsoon hits Mumbai; heavy rain hits train, road, air traffic (www.rediff.com)
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ML/Mumbai Local

News Entry# 341412  Blog Entry# 3535623   
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The Mumbai metropolis received heavy rainfall following the onset of the southwest monsoon, leading to delay in the running of suburban trains, severe waterlogging on the roads.

Jun 15 (22:15)
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Rain Rain Go away
Come again another day
Today it is a working day
& Mumbaikars are on the way
Jun 15 (19:12) टिकट केंद्र का लिंक फेल, भड़के रेल यात्री (m.livehindustan.com)
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SER/South Eastern

News Entry# 341385  Blog Entry# 3534999   
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Jun 15 2018 (19:12)
Station Tag: Tatanagar Junction/TATA added by Adittyaa Sharma^~/1421836
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टाटानगर स्टेशन के जनरल टिकट केंद्र का लिंक गुरुवार सुबह छह बजे फेल हो गया। इससे 45 मिनट तक यात्रियों में टिकट के लिए अफरातफरी मची रही और काउंटर पर हंगामा का माहौल था। क्योंकि, बर्मामाइंस काउंटर बिल्कुल ठप हो गया था। सिर्फ स्टेशन के टिकट केंद्र में थिंक लाइन से जुड़े तीन काउंटर काम कर रहे थे। लिंक नहीं रहने से हावड़ा, खड़गपुर, चक्रधरपुर एवं चाईबासा मार्ग के सैकड़ों यात्रियों को दिक्कत हुई। वहीं, बिजली गुल होने से भी जनरल टिकट केंद्र का लिंक फेल हो जाता है क्योंकि, रेलवे ने पावर बैकअप की व्यवस्था नहीं की है।
Jun 15 (18:39) Downpour hits life in Hassan (www.thehindu.com)
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News Entry# 341381  Blog Entry# 3534872   
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Jun 15 2018 (18:39)
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A landslip between Sirivagilu and Subramanya Road disrupted the movement of trains between Sakleshpur and Mangaluru on Thursday. 
Heavy rains continued to lash many parts of Hassan district affecting life, besides forcing the Railway authorities to stop the Yeshwantpur-Mangalore Gomateshwara Express owing to a landslip in the Western Ghats. The train which had crossed Kadadaravalli in Sakleshpur taluk was stopped after reports of the landslip on the railway track near Siruvagilu in the Western Ghats.
The train was brought back to Hassan, where passengers were provided with alternative travel arrangements. As the train
returned to Sakleshpur, the passengers wanted alternative travel arrangements from there itself. However, the officers had made arrangements at Hassan. Finally, around 100 passengers got down at Hassan and travelled to their destinations by KSRTC buses arranged by the officers.
“The train returned to Bengaluru. Around 120 passengers returned to Bengaluru with the train. We arranged two buses for the passengers who got down in Hassan. Majority of the passengers were heading to Kukke Subramanya and Dharmasthala. As both Shiradi Ghat and Charmadi Ghat are closed, the buses have to take the Madikere route to reach Mangaluru,” said E.Vijay Kumar, officer-in-charge of Hassan Junction. Restoration work was going on, he added. This is the second such incident reported in Hassan in a week. On Monday the train was stopped at Hassan due to landslips at different locations near Yedakumari in the Western Ghats.
Water level
Many parts of Sakleshpur and Alur taluks received heavy rains. Vanaguru in Sakleshpur taluk received 135.5 mm of rainfall in the 24 hours before 8.30 a.m. on Thursday and that was the highest rainfall recorded in the district on the day. Hettur in Sakleshpur taluk received 67 mm of rainfall on the day. With copious rains in the catchment area, the water level in the Hemavati reservoir has been increasing. As on Thursday morning, the water level in the reservoir stood at 2894.5 ft as against the full reservoir level of 2,922 ft. At present, 16.44 tmcft of water is available in the reservoir. Last year on this day the water level was 2,854.15 ft and the water stored was 2.87 tmcft. The inflow in the last 24 hours was 37,479 cusecs.
Jun 15 (15:00) एक घंटे खड़ी रही उत्कल एक्सप्रेस (navbharattimes.indiatimes.com)
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News Entry# 341362  Blog Entry# 3533968   
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Jun 15 2018 (15:00)
Station Tag: Ghaziabad Junction/GZB added by a2z~/1674352

Jun 15 2018 (15:00)
Train Tag: Kalinga Utkal Express/18477 added by a2z~/1674352
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पुरी से हरिद्वार जा रही उत्कल एक्सप्रेस ओएचई लाइन में फॉल्ट होने के कारण एक घंटे तक गाजियाबाद स्टेशन पर खड़ी रही। ट्रेन गुरुवार शाम पांच मिनट की देरी से 4 बजे गाजियाबाद स्टेशन से रवाना हुई थी और इसके 6 मिनट बाद ही रुक गई। इसके कारण अन्य कई ट्रेनें भी प्रभावित हुईं। मौके पर पहुंचे ओएचई स्टाफ ने लाइन को सही किया, जिसके बाद ट्रेन को रवाना किया जा सका।
Jun 15 (14:38) Train services hit in Assam (timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
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NFR/Northeast Frontier

News Entry# 341349  Blog Entry# 3533865   
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GUWAHATI (ASSAM): Torrential rains in Assam have affected train services in the state, cutting off connectivity while affecting thousands of travellers.
As per a release from the Northeast Frontier Railway (NPR), at least four trains have been suspended due to a landslide on Lumding - Badarpur hill section in Assam following torrential rains in the area. pti
Landslides have occurred between Dautohaja-Phiding, Phiding station yard, Phiding-Mahur and Jatingalampur-New Harangajao areas.
landslides occurred between 1:30 am and 3:30 am on Thursday morning. As a result, train services running over the affected section has been suspended.
The affected trains are - Guwahati-Silchar fast passenger, Sealdah-Silchar Kanchenjunga Express, Silchar-Guwahati Fast passenger and Agartala-Sealdah Kanchenjunga Express. However, there is no passenger train stranded within the affected section.
Although the extent of damage is yet to be fully ascertained, restoration work has already started in all the affected locations.
The Divisional Railway Manager, Lumding is currently present at the site monitoring the situation. Work is going on to resume the train services as early as possible.
Incessant rainfall has wreaked havoc in the North-East since this week, rendering thousands homeless and causing massive losses to properties.
Besides Assam, several areas in Tripura, Mizoram and Manipur are also witnessing flash floods.
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