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Old July 27th, 2005, 07:59 PM
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How is situation now?Has rain stopped now?
Yes. The rains have stopped. There are a few intermittent showers occasionally. But the situation has certainly improved since yesterday. All water logged areas have cleared out. Life is back to normal now.
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Old July 27th, 2005, 08:45 PM
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Cooldude.. I need a personal favour.. no nothing much.. just a few phone calls.. Can you PM me your phone number / mobile number where I can reach you???
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Man hats off to mumbai and its people

If you want a definition of patience look at mumbai guys. Many of my friends and relatives were in cars, stations, road, offices for alomst 48 hours and some of them without food and water ! And guess what today they are back to work !!!

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Re: Over 100 killed in Maharashtra rains

Even my cousin at Mumbai is stuck at his office for last 2 days.....his family(His wife and 1 year old daughter) is stuck at his residence...No water supply,no electricity now...I wonder when it will end.....
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Re: Over 100 killed in Maharashtra rains

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Even my cousin at Mumbai is stuck at his office for last 2 days.....his family(His wife and 1 year old daughter) is stuck at his residence...No water supply,no electricity now...I wonder when it will end.....
my God :
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wondering...what our Govt doing to help peoples
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Man hats off to mumbai and its people

If you want a definition of patience look at mumbai guys. Many of my friends and relatives were in cars, stations, road, offices for alomst 48 hours and some of them without food and water ! And guess what today they are back to work !!!

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Re: Over 100 killed in Maharashtra rains

For all those who know mumbai and this Bandra bridge should realize how much water there was. I have never seen in my life, water in the bandra swamp reach the tracks. This is unbelievable.

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Mumbai Airport made partially operational

With limited navigational aid made available by the Airports Authority of India (AAI), the city airport was made "partially operational" and four aircraft, including three with relief materials, landed here today.

"A special flight with Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Chairman Subir Raha and his team also landed as we have made the airport available for visual landing by aircraft with the help of limited navigational aid such as the localiser and the distance measuring equipment", AAI airport director Sudhir Kumar said.

Kumar said water has receded and visibility (upto 2.5 km) improved considerably today.

A detailed examination of other equipment such as instrument landing system and the very high frequency Omni Range (VOR), which continue to be under water, will be carried out and there is a possibility of them being available after noon, air traffic control officials said.

Indian Airlines, Air-India and Jet Airways said flights into and out of Mumbai would depend on the availability of navigational and communication aid from noon. IA said the first flight out of Delhi is scheduled to depart at 1 pm and land here at 3pm.

The runway was flooded and flights were suspended from Mumbai airport since Tuesday 2.30 pm after Mithi river adjoining the airport overflowed and inundated the runway.

AAI had a tough time clearing the drums and other material lying on the runway, after the waters had receded, Kumar said.
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Re: Mumbai Airport made partially operational

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Indian Airlines, Air-India and Jet Airways said flights into and out of Mumbai would depend on the availability of navigational and communication aid from noon..
man flights from Amsterdam to Bombay have not yet resumed
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Mumbai Airport made partially operational

With limited navigational aid made available by the Airports Authority of India (AAI), the city airport was made "partially operational" and four aircraft, including three with relief materials, landed here today.

"A special flight with Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Chairman Subir Raha and his team also landed as we have made the airport available for visual landing by aircraft with the help of limited navigational aid such as the localiser and the distance measuring equipment", AAI airport director Sudhir Kumar said.

Kumar said water has receded and visibility (upto 2.5 km) improved considerably today.

Suburban train, bus services restored


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Re: Over 100 killed in Maharashtra rains

Some photos of Mumbai barsaat.

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Old July 28th, 2005, 09:48 AM
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Re: Over 100 killed in Maharashtra rains

yaaar this 786 is a lucky number in some religion i guesss.....i mean i once saw a movie wherein amitabh bacchan was a porter wearing a batch with this number inscribed on it and according to him it was lucky!!

do u think this 786 figure might well turn out to be lucky for bombay

whaddaya say guyz.....
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Old July 28th, 2005, 09:55 AM
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Re: Over 100 killed in Maharashtra rains

someone just told me in PM that itz something to do with islam...


still 786 is a lucky number??

do u think it has something to with punishing 786 kaafirs or something....

p.s- J/K....figures are alarming but kharcha chachu's therapy of relaxing in such situation is what iem doing rite now....humble apologies if it hurts sentiments ...
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Re: Over 100 killed in Maharashtra rains

C'mon Vyomkesh...tum bhi yaar....
Situation in there is apocalyptic for sure....
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