Delhi Metro resumes services at Noida City Centre

New Delhi, Nov 19 : Delhi Metro Tuesday resumed normal operations at its Noida City Centre station where one of the platforms has been shut for about two months.

The station was partially closed in September after cracks were seen on one of the pillars. Since then, only one platform at the station was used barring two days when the station was shut totally.

Noida City Centre in Uttar Pradesh is the last station for trains on the Blue Line originating at Dwarka Sector 21 in Delhi. Dwarka is also linked to Vaishali, also in Uttar Pradesh.

--IANS (Posted on 19-11-2013)

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