Train derails at CST station in Mumbai; follow more news updates on Sept 14

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Bangalore, Sept 14: More rain is likely to hamper rescue work in massive-flood-hit Jammu Kashmir on Sunday, Sept 14. At least 1.5 lakh people are yet to be rescued in the valley.

Follow more news updates on Sunday, Sept 14 here:

6.30 pm: My humble request-do not celebrate my birthday. Instead, dedicate yourselves towards relief work in Jammu & Kashmir through your time and resources: Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

6.15 pm: President Pranab Mukherjee arrived in Vietnam on a four-day state visit to hold talks with the country's top leadership.

5.50 pm: Health Min Harsh Vardhan assures health care assistance to flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir.

5.35 pm: A tea trader was killed and two others were injured in a grenade blast by suspected NDFB(S) terrorists at Dalgaon area in Darrang district.

4.55 pm: Jammu Kashmir floods: 60 per cent power supply restored in Kashmir, says CM Omar Abdullah.

4.40 pm: Jayalalithaa charges BJP with double standards on fishermen issue.

4.10 pm: Will ensure flood victims do not suffer further in winter: Jammu Kashmir

3:45 pm: Two bogies of local passenger train derailed at CST railway station earlier today in Mumbai.

3:30 pm: Why do Madrasas not hoist the Indian flag on national holidays? Why different rules for them?: Sakshi Maharaj, BJP MP.

3:00 pm: Delhi BJP Unit flags off truck loaded with relief material for J&K flood victims.

2:25 pm: Discussion should not be seen as dispute, will continue to be one of the strong alliances: Sambit Patra, BJP on Shiv Sena-BJP alliance.

2:12 pm: Rescued Kerala tourists return from flood affected areas of J&K.

2:00 pm: What Subramanian Swamy stinks of old BJP power games. BJP has mission 44 here there mission should be to save J&K people: Bhim Singh.

1:20 pm: Former Aviation Minister Ajit Singh alleges he is being targeted by NDA government.

1:12 pm: NDMC cuts power supply to residences' of VVIPs including Ajit Singh, but some MPs remain unfazed.

1:00 pm: DMK chief M Karunanidhi today said the arrest of ISI spies and their activities in Tamil Nadu has created panic among people.

12:45 pm: What Baba Ramdev has done is great, people now look to Yoga & Ayurveda to solve their problems: Amit Shah.

12:35 pm: Kashmir should come under President's rule for a year and polls should be held after that: Subramanian Swamy.

12:30 pm: Celebrations in JNU for the students' union elections results. AISA sweeps Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) elections, wins all 4 major posts.

12:14 pm: NDRF rescued around 49115 ppl from Kashmir, distribution of relief material is in full swing: JKS Rawat (DIG, NDRF).

12:00 pm: Indo-Japanese deal enquirers have increased manifold since Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Japan.

11:55 pm: At least 7 militants, including 2 key commanders of a militant group, were killed
in a US drone strike on border of Pakistan & Afghanistan.

11:50 am: A 26-year-old woman, who was allegedly raped a year back, was shot at by 3 unidentified youths in Janakpuri locality in Muzaffarnagar.

11:30 am: The beheading of British Aid Worker David Haines becomes the third beheading of its kind after journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff.

11:18 am: I think in a couple of days everyone will be rescued: JKS Rawat (DIG, NDRF) on Jammu Kashmir flood.

11:00 am: After Haines' beheading video was released, British PM David Cameron sends out a strong message saying they will hunt down the killers.

10:45 am: No sign of heavy rainfall but it will be a light-moderate rain, might stop by today evening: SS Singh (Deputy Dir. Met Dept) on rains in J&K.

10:30 am: Satellite images showing clouds over Jammu & Kashmir.

10:15 am: Milind Soman at "Pinkathon" held in Delhi for Breast Cancer awareness.

10:00 am: "Pinkathon" held in Delhi for Breast Cancer awareness.

9:43 am: Rescue and relief operations halted in Srinagar (J&K) due to rains.

9:30 am: We are safe & happy, thank Army, our directer and all those who've helped in our rescue: Student rescued from flood hit area.

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