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Landslide in Kerala Updates: Rescue ops to continue overnight, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan; NDRF team arrives at spot
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Landslide in Kerala Updates: Rescue ops to continue overnight, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan; NDRF team arrives at spot

Landslide in Kerala LATEST Updates: Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the rescue operations for those stuck in the debris of the Idukki landslide will continue during the night.

Hyderabad rains: Protective wall of Hussain Sagar canal partially collapses, 200 houses inundated
India

Hyderabad rains: Protective wall of Hussain Sagar canal partially collapses, 200 houses inundated

About 200 houses in Hyderabad's MS Maktha area were inundated in the wee hours of Friday after a protective wall of a canal connected to Hussain Sagar lake partially collapsed due to heavy rains, official sources said

Pune man risks life to rescue six tourists from near Lonavala's Bhushi dam as overflow creates flood-like situation
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Pune man risks life to rescue six tourists from near Lonavala's Bhushi dam as overflow creates flood-like situation

Putting his life on the line, a local resident rescued six tourists after they got trapped in the water flow from Lonavala's Bushi Dam in Pune district

Mumbai rains: Intermittent spells of downpour, high tide expected to hit city; temperatures to hover around 25-30 degree Celsius
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Mumbai rains: Intermittent spells of downpour, high tide expected to hit city; temperatures to hover around 25-30 degree Celsius

A high tide of 4.74 metres is expected to hit Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said on Saturday.

Mumbai Rain Updates: Intermittent spells of light to moderate rain in city for next few hours; toll in Ratnagiri dam breach rises to 9
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Mumbai Rain Updates: Intermittent spells of light to moderate rain in city for next few hours; toll in Ratnagiri dam breach rises to 9

Mumbai rains, trains and weather LIVE Updates: The toll in Ratnagiri district's Tiware dam, which was breached earlier on Wednesday, has risen to nine with twenty four people still missing. The search and rescue operation is underway.

NCP says Ratnagiri's Tiware dam breach that killed six people occurred due to 'government negligence'
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NCP says Ratnagiri's Tiware dam breach that killed six people occurred due to 'government negligence'

The NCP Wednesday alleged that the government's "negligence" was responsible for the breach of Tiware dam in Ratnagiri district, in which six persons were killed

Changed schedule of trains due to Mumbai rains: IRCTC releases list of rakes cancelled, rescheduled, terminated
India

Changed schedule of trains due to Mumbai rains: IRCTC releases list of rakes cancelled, rescheduled, terminated

Cancelled Train Today, 3 July: Here is a list of trains terminated, rescheduled and cancelled by Western and Central Railway due to heavy rains in Mumbai

Six killed,19 missing after dam breach in Maharashtra's Ratnagiri due to heavy rainfall; search operations underway
India

Six killed,19 missing after dam breach in Maharashtra's Ratnagiri due to heavy rainfall; search operations underway

Six people were reportedly killed and 19 were missing after incessant rains caused a breach in the Tiware dam in Maharashtra's Ratnagiri district

Mumbai at 'serious risk of flooding' between 3-5 July, predicts Skymet; high tide expected at 12.35 pm today
India

Mumbai at 'serious risk of flooding' between 3-5 July, predicts Skymet; high tide expected at 12.35 pm today

After witnessing the heaviest spell of rain on a single July day in the past 45 years, Mumbai braces up to face another spell of heavy to very heavy rainfall on Wednesday. Indian Meteorological Department has warned of intermittent downpour between 3 and 5 July with close to 200 millimeters (or more) rain expected per day

Heavy rain in Delhi leads to waterlogging in many areas; Ajay Maken blames AAP govt, BJP-led MCD for 'failure'
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Heavy rain in Delhi leads to waterlogging in many areas; Ajay Maken blames AAP govt, BJP-led MCD for 'failure'

Several areas of the national capital witnessed waterlogging and traffic snarls for the second consecutive day on Sunday after heavy rains lashed the city.

Heavy rains lash parts of Delhi leading to waterlogging; Rashtrapati Bhavan cancels Change of Guard ceremony
India

Heavy rains lash parts of Delhi leading to waterlogging; Rashtrapati Bhavan cancels Change of Guard ceremony

Delhi came to a virtual standstill after heavy rains lashed several parts of the national capital on Saturday, leading to excessive waterlogging and traffic snarls.

Kerala, After The Flood: 70,000 people volunteer for clean-up drive in Kuttanad, aim to clear debris from 1 lakh buildings
India

Kerala, After The Flood: 70,000 people volunteer for clean-up drive in Kuttanad, aim to clear debris from 1 lakh buildings

State Finance Minister Thomas Isaac and PWD Minister G Sudhakaran launched the drive in Kerala, where volunteers will clean around one lakh buildings in Kainakary, Nedumudi and other areas of Kuttanad in Alappuzha districts.

Heavy rains lash Odisha: Five trains cancelled, road traffic hit; downpour likely to continue tomorrow
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Heavy rains lash Odisha: Five trains cancelled, road traffic hit; downpour likely to continue tomorrow

Life remained crippled in many parts of Odisha on Tuesday due to incessant rainfall triggered by a low pressure.

Delhi Assembly Monsoon Session: AAP to raise issue of IAS officers' conduct, CCTV cameras; BJP to corner govt on scam, water-logging
Politics

Delhi Assembly Monsoon Session: AAP to raise issue of IAS officers' conduct, CCTV cameras; BJP to corner govt on scam, water-logging

The five-day Monsoon Session of Delhi Assembly will begin from Monday where the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is expected to table bills on installation of CCTVs, menace of stray dogs and a separate public service commission for Delhi. Meanwhile, the BJP, which is in Opposition, plans to corner the Kejriwal government on the alleged bus procurement scam, demands of National Register of Citizens-like exercise in the city and the issue of water-logging.

Flood in southeast Myanmar forces 150,000 people to flee homes; 28,000 still stuck in waterlogged homes
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Flood in southeast Myanmar forces 150,000 people to flee homes; 28,000 still stuck in waterlogged homes

Evacuation orders are still in place across the Bago, Karen, Mon and Taninthari provinces in Myanmar, with 36 dams and reservoirs overflowing.

Three dead as heavy rain lashes parts of Odisha; Naveen Patnaik takes stock of situation, orders relief measures
India

Three dead as heavy rain lashes parts of Odisha; Naveen Patnaik takes stock of situation, orders relief measures

Three people were killed after heavy rain lashed parts of Odisha for the second day on Saturday.

States given Rs 2,969 cr to tackle waterlogging problem under AMRUT scheme says Hardeep Singh Puri
India

States given Rs 2,969 cr to tackle waterlogging problem under AMRUT scheme says Hardeep Singh Puri

Puri said barring Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya the first installment has been released to all states on approval of state annual action plans (SAAP).

Mumbai rains: Four days of torrential downpour derailed city's infrastructure, killed 10; BMC says new flood points emerge
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Mumbai rains: Four days of torrential downpour derailed city's infrastructure, killed 10; BMC says new flood points emerge

Mumbai got a break from heavy rains on Wednesday, the city receiving sunshine and much-needed respite after four days of torrential downpour

Mumbai rains: Heavy showers continue to lash city for second consecutive day; rail services hit
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Mumbai rains: Heavy showers continue to lash city for second consecutive day; rail services hit

Local trains, considered the lifeline of Mumbai, today moved at the snail's pace due to water-logging of the tracks, resulting in harrowing times for lakhs of office-goers and other commuters

Mumbai rain: Several areas water-logged; CR cancels mega block on Central line; cracks appear in Ghatkopar bridge
India

Mumbai rain: Several areas water-logged; CR cancels mega block on Central line; cracks appear in Ghatkopar bridge

Heavy rain continued to lash Mumbai city on Sunday as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a warning for "heavy to very heavy falls" in few places in the city and the suburbs over the weekend