Photos: Mumbai refuses to sink again in round two of flooding

Updated: Sep 22, 2017, 16:13
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    Girls enjoying the rains in Mumbai on Tuesday. Pic/ PTI

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    Trains run slow during heavy rain showers in Mumbai on September 20, 2017. AFP PHOTO

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    An auto rickshaw plies through a waterlogged street in Milan Subway in Mumbai. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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    Commuters wade through a waterlogged street in Andheri, Mumbai. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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    A car plies through a waterlogged street in Malad Link Road. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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    Buses stuck at waterlogged street in Hindmata, Dadar, Mumbai. Pic/Satej Shinde

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    BMC workers working on a flooded street in Dadar, Mumbai. Pic/Satej Shinde

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    People walking on the street during heavy downpour at Dadar railway station. Pic/Satej Shinde

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    People of Mumbai and adjoining region braced for another spell of heavy rains today, a day after incessant downpour disrupted normal life in the megapolis, affecting rail, road and air traffic. Commuters stuck at various stations since last night due to disruption of suburban train services were seen making their way home this morning as the situation improved overnight. Pic/Satej Shinde

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    A forecast of heavy to very heavy rainfall at few places with extremely heavy rainfall in Raigad district adjoining Mumbai is expected in the next 24 hours, according to IMD Mumbai. An India Meteorological Department (IMD) official said the Santacruz observatory recorded 225.3 mm rain from 8.30 am to 11.30 pm on Tuesday night

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    Mumbai recorded its second highest rain in September in a span on 12 hours. Pic/Satej Shinde

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    Since Tuesday, Mumbai is witnessing heavy rainfall accompanied by thunder and lightning which has led to water-logging in many areas like airport, Malad subway, King circle, Hind Mata area in Dadar. Pic/Satej Shinde

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    The Meteorological Department (MeT) has alerted that high tide is expected on Wednesday afternoon at 12.03 pm of 4.5mm and also warned for heavy rainfall in next 24 hours. Pic/Satej Shinde

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    Mumbai's lifeline local trains services were delayed between 15-20 minutes due to heavy downpour. Pic/Atul Kamble

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    Three cars were damaged as trees fell after the wall caved into the compound of the building in Amboli. Pic/Shawn D'Souza

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    Wall caves in at Network C.H.S in Yagnik Nagar Amboli, Andheri West due to the heavy downpour. Pic/Shawn D'Souza

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    BMC Chief Ajoy Mehta at Hindmata in Dadar, Mumbai to take stock of the waterlogging situation. Pic/Laxman Singh

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    Hindmata in Dadar was one of the areas worst affected during the heavy downpour from Tuesday. Pic/Laxman Singh

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    Commuters at the domestic airport in Mumbai after flights are either cancelled or diverted due to the heavy downpour that started on Tuesday evening and continued the next day on Wednesday. Pic/mid-day reader

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    Vehicles ply through a waterlogged street in Goregaon, Mumbai. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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    Cars parked on Milan Subway bridge during heavy rain in Santacruz, Mumbai. Pic/Nimesh Dave

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    Because of rains, schools and colleges in Mumbai Metropolitan Region have been instructed to remain closed today. PTI Photo

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    According to Mumbai Police, the Harbour Line train services came to a halt for a brief period in the early hours today but later resumed. PTI Photo

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Mumbai witnessed heavy rains on Tuesday evening, which continued Wednesday morning, throwing normal life out of gear and inconveniencing road, train and air commuters. We have pictures

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