Mumbai limps back to normal as train services resume, but more rains predicted over weekend

A car gets lifted off the ground after a tree near which it was parked was uprooted at King's Circle in Mumbai following hevay rains in Mumbai. (Vijayanand Gupta/HT Photo)

A day after heavy rains and flooding, life in Mumbai limped back to normal on Saturday, with train services restored on all three suburban lines. 

Ignoring drizzles and an advisory to stay indoors, men and women streamed to suburban stations around the city to head for their offices and other places of work which remained shut on Friday because of the unusually heavy downpour.

A statement issued by the Central and Western Railway sections said all suburban services were running according to the normal schedule, including Harbour line and Trans-Harbour line of the Central Railway.

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