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10 July 2018 Current Events 5,144 Pilgrims leave Jammu for Kashmir Valley for Amarnath Yatra

Around 5,144 pilgrims left for the Kashmir Valley from Jammu to perform the Amarnath Yatra today. 3,322 pilgrims left for Pahalgam in a convoy of 124 vehicles at 3.20 a.m., while another convoy of 67 vehicles left for Baltal carrying 1,822 pilgrims at 2.50 a.m. 


Pune Airport witness hike of 29 percent in passenger numbers

The Pune Airport has become the fastest growing civil airport among the 28 airports under the Western Region Headquarters of the Airports Authority of India (AAI) as the passenger traffic at the airport has witnessed an increase of 29 percent this year. The number of daily flights has touched 200 from 158 last year. 


Mumbai Rains: Train services delayed as heavy rain continues

As heavy rain continues, the life of the Mumbaikars has come to a standstill. The Mumbai local trains are reportedly running late. Waterlogging between Matunga and Sion has led to the delay in the fast locals by 15-20 minutes. The suburban services of the Western Railway in Mumbai were stopped between Vasai and Virar owing to the heavy rain. Many train services have been completely stopped till the water on the rail tracks recedes considering the passengers' safety.


5,144 Pilgrims leave Jammu for Kashmir Valley for Amarnath Yatra

Around 5,144 pilgrims left for the Kashmir Valley from Jammu to perform the Amarnath Yatra today. 3,322 pilgrims left for Pahalgam in a convoy of 124 vehicles at 3.20 a.m., while another convoy of 67 vehicles left for Baltal carrying 1,822 pilgrims at 2.50 a.m. 

Pune Airport witness hike of 29 percent in passenger numbers

The Pune Airport has become the fastest growing civil airport among the 28 airports under the Western Region Headquarters of the Airports Authority of India (AAI) as the passenger traffic at the airport has witnessed an increase of 29 percent this year. The number of daily flights has touched 200 from 158 last year. 

Mumbai Rains: Train services delayed as heavy rain continues

As heavy rain continues, the life of the Mumbaikars has come to a standstill. The Mumbai local trains are reportedly running late. Waterlogging between Matunga and Sion has led to the delay in the fast locals by 15-20 minutes. The suburban services of the Western Railway in Mumbai were stopped between Vasai and Virar owing to the heavy rain. Many train services have been completely stopped till the water on the rail tracks recedes considering the passengers' safety.




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