According to police, the incident took place around 8:30 am near Eastern Peripheral Expressway over bridge leading towards Noida from Agra. Low visibility on the Agra-Noida Yamuna Expressway has led to a major accident where around 18 cars collided with each other. That report quoted Additional Superintendent of Police of Greater Noida, Abhinandan, as saying that due to low visibility, a auto rammed into a tractor trolley, leading to a pileup involving a dozen vehicles. "All the vehicles hit bumper to bumper". Around eight persons were injured, he said. None of the persons received any critical injury. Police rushed to the spot and got the injured admitted to nearby private hospitals of Greater Noida for first-aid, she added. "Men and machinery have been pressed to move them away", Pundir said.
India, Bangladesh launch cross-border passenger train service
The Maitree Express between Dhaka and Kolkata, which has been running since 2008, is popular. In Kolkata, Chief Minister Banerjee said: "This is a huge gain for passenger convenience".
In the Yamuna Expressway near Mathura's Baldeo area, more than 20 vehicles collided, while 10 vehicles collided in Gautam Buddha Nagar's Dankaur area. It has been reported that the doctors in Delhi have declared a pollution emergency in the national capital with the rise in smog in Delhi as well as its surrounding areas.
Mumbai monorail coach catches fire near Mysore Colony station, no casualties reported
The first phase of the Mumbai Monorail , covering a distance of 8.9 km between Chembur to Wadala, was opened for public in 2014. The fire broke out at 5:20 am and was brought under control in around 40 minutes, Disaster Management officials said.
"We will ensure deployment of police personnel at the spot, besides more reflectors, will be installed to avoid such accidents in future", the officer said.
Garth Brooks Wins Entertainer of the Year at the 2017 CMA Awards
Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town, which was named vocal group of the year, said the CMA Awards should be about harmony. The segment earned the night's loudest applause.
A thick layer of smog and pollutants in Delhi's air is creating a lot of problems for Delhiites, especially those who are suffering from diseases like Asthama and other breathing problems. The fog that hits the region also hits the road, rail and air travel as flights are diverted or cancelled and train schedules disrupted.