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Tejas Express reaches Mumbai ahead of schedule, despite 3-hour delay

12 Jun 2017 | By Kanchan Monga
What's up with Mumbai this Monday!

Luxury train Tejas Express surprised commuters when it reached Mumbai a minute ahead of schedule despite a three hour delay from Goa.

This was the train's first journey under monsoon timetable and it travelled at 153 kmph between Karmali and Kudal, to make up for the lost time.

The train got delayed due to changed timetable.

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12 Jun 2017Tejas Express reaches Mumbai ahead of schedule, despite 3-hour delay

EducationMumbai topper gives it all to crack IIT JEE exam

Rahul Bhardwaj, nailed the IIT JEE Advanced 2017 exam by securing an All India Rank of 20, making him the Mumbai topper.

A true example of dedication, Rahul has been working hard since he was in class 9th and gave up all his interests in music, cricket etc to get his seat in IIT-Bombay.

He wishes to pursue computer science engineering from IIT.

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