Monsoon Live: 10 dead after heavy rains in Marathwada, NDRF sends team, chopper to Latur
Rains pounded several parts of Telangana on Monday, even as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) warned that heavy rains are expected at isolated places in different districts of the State over the next 48 hours. Cyclone 'Gulab', which crossed the Bay of Bengal coast near Kalingapatnam on Sunday night, weakened into a depression and caused widespread rains in several districts of Andhra Pradesh. Stay tuned on DH for latest updates.
Maharashtra: 10 dead after heavy rains in Marathwada
Ten people died in heavyrainsand floods in Marathwada region of Maharashtra over the last 48 hours, officials said on Tuesday.
Besides, more than 200 cattle were washed away and number of houses were also damaged in therainfury in the region, which comprises eight districts - Aurangabad, Latur, Osmanabad, Parbhani, Nanded, Beed, Jalna and Hingoli (PTI)
Dam water release causes flooding in Beed villages, neighbouring districts on alert
Heavy rainfall in catchment areas of the Manjara dam forced authorities to open all 18 gates of the reservoir to discharge water on Tuesday, which led to flooding in some villages of Maharashtra's Beed district while an alert was sounded in some neighbouring districts, officials said. Several families from the affected villages were shifted to safer places, they said, adding that so far there was no report of any casualty. After heavy rains on Monday night, the Manjara and Majalgaon dams in Beed were filled up to their maximum capacity.
Moderate to Intense spells of rain are likely to occur at isolated places in the districts of Nasik, Aurangabad, Ahmednagar, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg during next 3-4 hours. There is possibility of thunder/lightning accompanied with gusty winds in some areas, the IMD has said.
#NewsAlert #Maharashtra #CycloneGulab— Mrityunjay Bose (@MBTheGuide) September 28, 2021
An ST bus was swept away at #Umerkhed in #Yavatmal district #Vidarbha
The ST driver ignored warnings and swept away off a culvert
10 passengers were in the bus @DeccanHerald
Depression lay centered over Telangana and adjoining areas of Marathwada and Vidarbha to weaken into a well-marked low-pressure area during next six hours, IMD has said.One team of NDRF is being prepositioned at Osmanabad, Maharashtra. (ANI)
11 pm..27/9 Maharashtra..— K S Hosalikar (@Hosalikar_KS) September 27, 2021
Osmanabad and Latur its pouring ...as per live reports and other records ...
The other 2 places too it could be in North side pic.twitter.com/M4zEmG5Tml
Cyclone Gulab affected Visakhapatnam
The district Collector, along with Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation Commissioner G Srujana, inspected the rain-affected areas in the city and supervised the relief operations. Chief Secretary Aditya Nath Das visited Srikakulam, the district worst affected by Gulaband reviewed the rescue and relief operations. The district administration sheltered over 1,500 people in 38 relief camps and provided food. Tens of houses were damaged in the heavy rain and 15 head of cattle died in the district (PTI)
Andhra Pradesh | Several areas of Krishna and Srikakulam district were waterlogged for hours and normal life has been hit by the downpour under the influence of cyclonic storm Gulab on Monday pic.twitter.com/mPUIcuDJeP— ANI (@ANI) September 27, 2021
Cyclone Gulab impact: Heavy crop damages reported in Andhra Pradesh
Cyclone 'Gulab', which crossed the Bay of Bengal coast near Kalingapatnam on Sunday night, weakened into a depression and caused widespread rains in several districts of Andhra Pradesh on Monday and also left a trail of destruction. Port city Visakhapatnam received a 30-year high rainfall of over 33.3 cm in 24 hours under the cyclone's impact and left a woman dead today, taking the overall toll to two since Sunday.
Vehicles wade through a waterlogged road following heavy rains at Siddiamber Bazar in Hyderabad, Monday. Credit: PTI Photo
Telangana announces holiday for schools, colleges and offices on Tuesday
Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has announced that all the government offices and educational institutions across the state would remain closed on Tuesday because of the incessant rains.
Uttarandhra braces for possible flash floods from Odisha
A day after Cyclone Gulab made landfall in the neighbouring Srikakulam district, several areas in Visakhapatnam city remained inundated in the floodwaters.
Rains lash several parts of Telangana; IMD issues red alert to 14 districts
Rains pounded several parts of Telangana on Monday, even as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) warned that heavy rains are expected at isolated places in different districts of the State over the next 48 hours.