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Delhi's Low-Lying Areas Flooded As Yamuna River Crosses Danger Mark

The low-lying areas of Delhi have been flooded as the Yamuna River crossed the danger-mark of 205.33 metres on Monday, one day ahead of expectations. The low-lying areas near Yamuna in Delhi are considered prone to flooding and are inhabited by around 37,000 people. For the past few days, Delhi has received heavy rainfall. Delhi received the highest single-day rainfall in 40 years as it recorded 153 mm rain in the 24 hours ending at 8:30 am on Sunday.

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The low-lying areas of Delhi have been flooded as the Yamuna River crossed the danger-mark of 205.33 metres on Monday, one day ahead of expectations. The low-lying areas near Yamuna in Delhi are considered prone to flooding and are inhabited by around 37,000 people. For the past few days, Delhi has received heavy rainfall. Delhi received the highest single-day rainfall in 40 years as it recorded 153 mm rain in the 24 hours ending at 8:30 am on Sunday.

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