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It’s a long swim home for Vasai after its 26/7

DNMUM418025 | 7/12/2018 | Author : Shashank Rao | WC :344 | Mumbai



Mumbai: Life started limping back to normalcy in the Nallasapora-Vasai belt on Wednesday, which was marooned by the torrential rains for the past three days.
On Wednesday afternoon, wading through waterlogged streets in many parts of Palghar district, residents stepped out to buy bare essentials. A spot visit made by the DNA team revealed the plight of common people, who had to shell out extra money for vegetables, milk and water. Many residents across the western suburbs complained of vegetables becoming dearer and shortage of milk. Bottled water, that is normally sold at Rs 30 was being sold at Rs 80, while one litre milk was being sold for Rs 100.
Several officegoers said that they would resume work on Thursday if the w
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