Left Menu
Development News Edition

Heavy rainfall caves in G K metro station's pavement portion

The metro station was opened for public in May this year.

A portion of a pavement outside the underground Greater Kailash metro station caved in early today due to accumulation of water after heavy rainfall, a DMRC official said.

"GK is a low-lying area having regular drainage issues. Repair of the caved-in portion is in progress and the affected area will be restored by tomorrow morning," the official said, using an acronym for Greater Kailash.

However, metro services were not affected on Botanical Garden–Janakpuri West Magenta Line, on which the station falls.

"The DMRC is now filling below the road with additional concrete to avoid the recurrence of this problem in future," the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation official added.

The metro station was opened for public in May this year.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News.



Beware! Maximum cyber criminals eye your personal data

A report of the World Economic Forum revealed that cyber security is increasingly becoming an issue of public security as the majority of cyber criminals are increasingly targetting individual internet users. This requires preventive measur...

WEF 2020: Trump seems politically correct in pulling out from Paris Agreement

If the survey of the World Economic Forum WEF is believed, Trump seems to enjoy the confidence of his people in flaying climate intuitions and climate activists. His preference for economic development over environmental protection not only...

From home to healthcare, here are Robotic innovations transforming lives

Lovot is equipped with more than 50 sensors such as thermography, microphone array, obstacle detection, and touch sensor to generate motion and emotions in real-time....

Translating words to deeds: Achieving gender parity in access to financial resources

... ...


Latest News

WHO chief and Xi discussed protection of Chinese, foreigners - WHO

The head of the World Health Organization WHO and Chinas President Xi Jinping have discussed ways to protect Chinese and foreigners in areas affected by the coronavirus and possible alternatives to evacuations, a WHO spokesman said on Tuesd...

Top Indian players for fourth leg of HCL-SRFI India Tour

The fourth leg of the HCL-SRFI India Tour will be held in Jaipur from January 31-February 2 at the Rajasthan Squash Academy here. The HCL-SRFI multi-city PSA Challenger tour aims to host up to 10 tournaments within 12 months across differen...

PM Modi reviews March Past by NCC cadets during National Cadet Corps Rally

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today attended the National Cadet Corps Rally in Delhi today.At the rally, Prime Minister inspected the Guard of Honour and reviewed the March Past by the various NCC contingents and also from Cadets from o...

OnePlus to open 100 Experience Stores across India

Premium smartphone maker OnePlus has partnered with distributors Subham Ventures and DSS Enterprise to strengthen retail footprint across the country. In a statement on Tuesday, the company said it aims to open 100 Experience Stores across...

Give Feedback