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Flood-like situation in low-lying areas of Valsad, Gujarat

Due to incessant rains in Valsad, Gujarat, a flood-like situation has arisen in the low-lying areas of the district. The water level of Auranga river has also reached above the danger mark. Apart from this huge amount of water has been released from Madhuban Dam on Daman Ganga river as this area is affected by heavy rains.


10:14 AM, 14-Jul-2022

NDRF rescues 10 laborers

The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) on Thursday rescued ten workers of a construction company trapped in the raging Vaitarna river in Maharashtra. A senior official gave this information. Employees of GM Infrastructure, engaged in the construction of the Mumbai-Vadodara Expressway, had entered a barge in the river as part of their work, but got stuck in the Bahadoli due to the rising water level on Wednesday following heavy rains in Palghar district. The officer had said earlier.

09:42 AM, 14-Jul-2022

15 people were rescued at Tumsar in the Bhandara district of Maharashtra

SDRF team rescued 15 people today at Tumsar in the Bhandara district of Maharashtra. They were trapped in a temple there due to floods.

08:28 AM, 14-Jul-2022

Now there is a possibility of rain with a strong wind in Mumbai

BMC has issued a warning regarding rain in Mumbai. BMC has said that there may be moderate to heavy rains in the metropolis. Sometimes strong winds can reach 45-55 kmph gusting to 60 kmph.

07:45 AM, 14-Jul-2022

32 killed in Karnataka

So far 32 people have lost their lives due to rains and floods in Karnataka. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has released Rs 500 crore with immediate effect to help the people. Schools and colleges have been closed here in the flood-affected areas. The Meteorological Department has also predicted heavy rains in large parts of the state on Thursday.

07:39 AM, 14-Jul-2022

Maharashtra CM Shinde directs emergency services to be put on alert

Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Wednesday took stock of the situation arising out of rains and floods. He directed the officials to keep all the essential services on alert. He directed the officials to prevent any untoward incident and provide timely assistance to the affected people. The Regional Meteorological Office has predicted heavy rain on Thursday.

07:38 AM, 14-Jul-2022

Water filled in low-lying areas of Mumbai

The low-lying areas were inundated due to intermittent rains since Wednesday morning in Mumbai and its surrounding areas. Normal life was affected in the entire city due to heavy traffic jams on the roads. There is some relief to the people as the local train, which is called the lifeline of Mumbai, remains unaffected. Trains slowed down on the Harbor line.

07:36 AM, 14-Jul-2022

Today it will rain in these states

According to the Meteorological Department, there is a possibility of heavy rain in Telangana and West Madhya Pradesh on 14th. At the same time, from July 14 to 17, there will be rain in Vidarbha of Maharashtra. Meanwhile, along with Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Konkan and Goa, Gujarat may also receive heavy rains. Gujarat is yet to get rid of floods. According to the Meteorological Department, light to moderate rain may occur in Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana on July 14. At the same time, there is a possibility of moderate to heavy rain in Uttarakhand for the next three days. On July 15, rain may also occur in West Uttar Pradesh.

07:28 AM, 14-Jul-2022

Monsoon 2022 Live: Devastation due to floods continues in Maharashtra-Gujarat, red alert in 11 districts, know which states will rain today

Rain and floods continue to wreak havoc in Maharashtra and Gujarat. Landslides have also come to the fore at many places. The Meteorological Department has issued a red alert for July 14 in 11 districts of Maharashtra including Mumbai and Pune. Meanwhile, Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Bhai Patel made an aerial tour of the flood-affected areas in Navsari, Valsad and Dang districts. The water level of the Godavari river is rising rapidly and has reached the third warning level in Bhadrachalam due to three days of incessant rains in the state.


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