Mumbai Rains throwback: When heavy downpour caught Mumbaikars unaware

Updated: Jun 13, 2019, 12:54 IST
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    The streets were flooded, causing heavy traffic at Parel. Pic/Suresh KK
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    Traffic moving slowly towards the bridge connecting Ghatkopar east to west. Pic/Vipul Shinde
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    Water-logging on tracks near Sion railway station. Pic/Datta Kumbhar
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    People waiting for the local train at Kurla station. Trains on the Western, Central and Harbour lines were delayed by 10-15 minutes due to the downpour. Pic/Bipin Pawar
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    But not everyone was hassled by the downpour. Some Mumbaikars were seen enjoying the rains. In pic: A group of boys play football at the Subhash Chandra Bose Maidan in Bhayandar. Pic/Nimesh Dave
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    People walking on the sidewalk outside Shiv Sena Bhavan in Dadar. Pic/Satyajit Desai
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    Business as usual: This lone barber attends to his customer as heavy rains, floods continue to lash different parts of Mumbai. Pic/Emmanual Karbhari
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    A boy plays on a flooded street in Sion. Pic/Atul Kamble
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    People wade through a flooded street in Parel, Mumbai. Pic/Suresh K.K.
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    A BEST bus trying to make it's way through a flooded street. Pic/Emmanual Karbhari
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    BMC workers attempt to close an open manhole in a flooded street. Pic/Emmannual Karbhari
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    Water-logged tracks near the Mulund railway station. Pic/Sameer Markande
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    Heavy water-logging was witnessed near the Ram Mandir railway crossing in Oshiwara. Pic/ Ranjeet Jadhav
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    A biker struggles his way through a flooded road in Oshiwara. Pic/ Ranjeet Jadhav
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    The pothole-ridden Aarey Milk Colony Road in Goregaon. Pic/ Ranjeet Jadhav
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    A manhole cover is opened to let the rainwater in at Tilak Bhavan Junction in Parel (W) even as pedestrians walk through the flooded street. Pic/ Rane Ashish
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    Water-logging in Juhu near popular eatery Three Wise Men. Pic sent by mid-day reader Gurmeet mid-day will not be responsible for any copyright infringement and authenticity of the photographs send by viewers
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About The Gallery

Mumbai witnessed downpour accompanied by thunder and lightning in wake of cyclone Vayu, which caught citizens unaware in the past few days. We roll back the clock to 2014, when a similar scenario struck the city that led to water-logging in several areas, disrupting road and rail traffic

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