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Indian bikemakers service camps Kerala

Major Indian Bikemakers Organise Free Service Camps Across Kerala

The recent floods in Kerala and neighbouring states have caused massive devastation in the past few weeks. To combat auto-related problems, several bikemakers like Bajaj, TVS, Honda and Yamahahave announced that they will be organising free service camps and check-ups across Kerala and other flood-affected states. Homegrown manufacturer, Bajaj Auto has already started conducting service camps across Kerala. Bajaj motorcycles

Heavy rain in Mohali throws life out of gear

Heavy rain in Mohali throws life out of gear

Heavy rain in Mohali throws life out of gear. Heavy rain on Monday morning threw life out of gear in Chandigarh, Mohali, Panchkula and surrounding areas.There was a flood-like situation in several areas owing to waterlogging. Roads and roundabouts turned into virtual rivers. There is traffic jam due to rain.Traffic stuck near Gurdwara Singh Shaeedan. Vehicular

Heavy rains lash mumbai, waterlogging in some areas

Heavy rains lash mumbai, waterlogging in some areas

Heavy rains lash mumbai, waterlogging in some areas . The Mumbai residents were waiting for the rain to relieve from heat. Heavy rain last night has given relief from heat to Mumbai residents, but this rain has flooded the roads of Mumbai.Even in Thane, the condition of the roads with rain water has become like

Kejriwal asks to summon LG over waterlogging

New Delhi: After Delhi High Court (HC) summoned Arvind Kejriwal for waterlogging situation, the Chief Minister on Friday said it should summon the Lieutenant Governor instead. “When HC has said that the LG is government, then it should summon the LG for waterlogging,” Kejriwal said in a tweet. The court on Thursday warned the Delhi

Thousands of people stranded on NH-8 in Gurgaon traffic mess

Gurgaon: Long tailbacks were witnessed in gridlocked roads in Gurgaon for the second day today due to severe water logging on National Highway-8 after heavy rains lashed Delhi’s satellite city leaving thousands of commuters stranded and forcing authorities to clamp prohibitory orders. Schools were also ordered to be shut down for two days. Prohibitory orders

Breaking: Gurgaon waterlogging forces schools to shut, calls to avoid travelling

Gurgaon: The Haryana government on Friday declared a two-day school holiday while the Gurgaon police has issued an advisory to avoid travelling as thousands of commuters remained stuck on National Highway 8 due to flooding on the roads. “People coming to Gurgaon from Delhi are advised to stay back today to avoid being stuck in

Waterlogging in Gurgaon hits Dehi-Jaipur route

Gurgaon: Hundreds of commuters on the Delhi-Jaipur route remained stuck on National Highway 8 after heavy rain left the Hero Honda Chowk here inundated, officials said on Friday. As NH 8 remained cut off, traffic moving towards Rajasthan and Maharashtra was stuck on the city roads and state highways throughout Thursday night. Around 1 a.m.