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Jun 26 2017 (08:51)  Signal snag disrupts Metro's Green Line for over an hour (m.timesofindia.com)
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Posted by: NEED MORE TRAINS AT BAY~  130 news posts
Signal snag disrupts Metro's Green Line for over an hour
BENGALURU: A week after the Green Line section of the Metro, connecting Sampige Road and Yelachenahalli, was thrown open to public, trains stopped running between the Jayanagar-Yelachenahalli stretch for a little over an hour due to signal failure.
BMRC clarifies:
"Due to a technical failure at Yelachennahalli at 2.15 pm and later
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at RV Road at 2.45 pm operations on the Green line were affected. Short loop operations were carried out only between RV Road to Nagasandra stations during this period. The faults were cleared and normal services restored on the full line from 3.20 pm. In order to clear the crowds at stations further short loop operations also were carried out between Na tional College to Nagasandra and Sampige road to Yelachennahalli," BMRC said in a release.
  
Jun 26 2017 (08:12)  Truant rains return, lash city (www.thehindu.com)
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Man drowns off Juhu; minor chaos as 48 trees fall, 14 short-circuits reported
The monsoon, which made a disappearing act of sorts after its official arrival date on June 12, returned on Saturday to give the city its heaviest rains this season. The India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) Regional Meteorological Centre here said the rains which lashed the city through the intermittent night of Saturday and Sunday was due to a cyclonic circulation and an extended region of relatively low atmospheric pressure.
On Sunday, the BMC reported that between 8.30 a.m. and 3 p.m.,
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the city and its suburbs received 109.41 mm or 4.30 inches of rainfall (see box). The last spell of heavy rainfall was recorded at 71 mm or 2.79 inches on June 12.
Nitha T.S., Director, Regional Meteorological Centre, Mumbai attributed the gap in rainfall to the absence of supporting synoptic conditions, such as offshore troughs, low pressure areas and supplementary cyclonic circulation. She said these factors are usually part of an active monsoon condition over the western coast.
Ms. Nitha said the cyclonic circulation over South Gujarat was formed in the past 24 hours.
“The intensity of rainfall is likely to reduce but a good amount of activity will continue. The suburbs, east and west, have received comparatively higher level of rainfall than the city. Despite a reduction in intensity, this pattern is expected to continue.”
Man drowns in sea
A 22-year-old man drowned, while another went missing in the Arabian sea off Juhu Koliwada in Santacruz, the fire brigade said. The incident took place around 3.30 pm near New Jetty, when Abhishek Madab and Ankur Betkar, 17, had gone swimming. Locals saw them entering deep water and raised an alarm. Lifeguards and a rescue team stationed at the at spot fished out Abhiskhek’s body.
Minor chaos
A good number of complaints were received by the BMC, mostly about water logging. The civic body reported that 48 trees fell during the rains: 10 in the city, 12 in the eastern suburbs and 26 in the western suburbs. It also reported 14 short circuits: seven each in the city and the western suburbs. A pump had to be installed at Nagar Das Road to clear water logging. Close to 25 complaints came in from Byculla about poor drainage. A BMC officer said complaints were most during the first half of Sunday.
While flights at Mumbai airport were unaffected, the suburban railways reported delays. The Central Railway reported water logging at Thane station. BMC chief officer, disaster control room, informed that despite of 50mm rainfall between 9.30 a.m. and 10.30 a.m., there was no major reports of flooding but just water logging.
  
Jun 26 2017 (07:40)  सीट को लेकर भिड़े यात्री (epaper.jagran.com)
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Jun 26 2017 (07:40)
Station Tag: Kanpur Central/CNB added by जय जगन्नाथ🙏^~/1421836

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जागरण संवाददाता, कानपुर : सेंट्रल स्टेशन पर रविवार को सीट को लेकर यात्रियों के दो गुट भिड़ गए। मारपीट होते देख आरपीएफ जवान पहुंच गए और समझा कर लोगों को शांत किया। स्टेशन के प्लेटफार्म एक पर राउरकेला- जम्मूतवी एक्सप्रेस दोपहर 1.35 बजे पहुंची।1 प्लेटफार्म पर ट्रेन के रुकते ही जनरल कोच में साथियों के साथ सफर कर रहे बक्सर के राकेश रंजन पानी लेने के लिए उतरे। इसी बीच बर्रा निवासी सुधीर गुप्ता दो दोस्तों के साथ कोच में सवार हो गए। पानी लेकर लौटे राकेश ने सीट से उठने को कहा तो विवाद शुरू हो गया। देखते ही देखते दोनों लोग भिड़ गए। तब तक आरपीएफ जवानों की नजर पड़ गई। जवानों ने मारपीट पर अमादा युवकों को अलग-अलग किया और समझा कर शांत कराया।1 मेमू के महिला कोच से 11 गिरफ्तार : आरपीएफ ने मेमू के महिला कोच में छापेमारी कर 11 पुरुष यात्रियों को गिरफ्तार किया। आरपीएफ...
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प्रभारी राजीव वर्मा ने बताया कि स्टेशन पर विकलांग और महिला बोगी में चलने वाले पुरुष यात्रियों के खिलाफ अभियान चलाया जा रहा है, जो जारी रहेगा।जागरण संवाददाता, कानपुर : सेंट्रल स्टेशन पर रविवार को सीट को लेकर यात्रियों के दो गुट भिड़ गए। मारपीट होते देख आरपीएफ जवान पहुंच गए और समझा कर लोगों को शांत किया। स्टेशन के प्लेटफार्म एक पर राउरकेला- जम्मूतवी एक्सप्रेस दोपहर 1.35 बजे पहुंची।1 प्लेटफार्म पर ट्रेन के रुकते ही जनरल कोच में साथियों के साथ सफर कर रहे बक्सर के राकेश रंजन पानी लेने के लिए उतरे। इसी बीच बर्रा निवासी सुधीर गुप्ता दो दोस्तों के साथ कोच में सवार हो गए। पानी लेकर लौटे राकेश ने सीट से उठने को कहा तो विवाद शुरू हो गया। देखते ही देखते दोनों लोग भिड़ गए। तब तक आरपीएफ जवानों की नजर पड़ गई। जवानों ने मारपीट पर अमादा युवकों को अलग-अलग किया और समझा कर शांत कराया।1 मेमू के महिला कोच से 11 गिरफ्तार : आरपीएफ ने मेमू के महिला कोच में छापेमारी कर 11 पुरुष यात्रियों को गिरफ्तार किया। आरपीएफ प्रभारी राजीव वर्मा ने बताया कि स्टेशन पर विकलांग और महिला बोगी में चलने वाले पुरुष यात्रियों के खिलाफ अभियान चलाया जा रहा है, जो जारी रहेगा।
  
Jun 25 2017 (09:42)  EMU services affected due to signal failure (www.thehindu.com)
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Train services on the Chennai Beach-Tambaram route were affected for over half an hour due to signal failure near the Pallavaram railway station on Saturday evening.
Southern Railway sources said the signal failure was reported between Tirusulam and Pallavaram stations around 6.20 p.m., resulting in suburban trains queuing up one behind the other.
Services were affected only on the Chennai Beach-Tambaram line.
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The fault was rectified in about 40 minutes after which services were restored.
Among the worst hit were passengers on their way to catch express trains at Tambaram.
A commuter who was on one of the electrical multiple units (EMU) on the route said he was left with no option but to jump off the train and walk a kilometre to reach a bus stop.
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Jun 25 2017 (09:34)  EMU services affected due to signal failure (www.thehindu.com)
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Posted by: rdb*^  130157 news posts
Train services on the Chennai Beach-Tambaram route were affected for over half an hour due to signal failure near the Pallavaram railway station on Saturday evening.
Southern Railway sources said the signal failure was reported between Tirusulam and Pallavaram stations around 6.20 p.m., resulting in suburban trains queuing up one behind the other.
Services were affected only on the Chennai Beach-Tambaram line.
Services restored
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The fault was rectified in about 40 minutes after which services were restored.
Among the worst hit were passengers on their way to catch express trains at Tambaram.
A commuter who was on one of the electrical multiple units (EMU) on the route said he was left with no option but to jump off the train and walk a kilometre to reach a bus stop.
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