Thursday, Sep 23, 2021

Weather: Rains

Deep Depression Crosses Odisha Coast; IMD Warns Of Heavy Rainfall Over Central And West India

Sep 13, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

A depression over the Bay of Bengal has intensified into a deep depression and crossed the Odisha coast on Monday morning, bringing heavy rains to the state, the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

Cyclone Nivar: 1200 Rescue Troopers Deployed, 800 On Standby, Says NDRF Chief

Nov 24, 2020 PTI

A total of 50 NDRF teams has been earmarked for combating any situation emerging out of the cyclone that is expected to make landfall

Heavy Rain Turns Bengaluru Roads Into Rivulets, Flood Alert Sounded In Many Areas

Met office predicts more heavy downpours in the next two days

Uddhav Thackeray Announces Rs 10,000 Crore Aid To Maha Flood-Hit People

Oct 23, 2020 PTI

Yet to receive Rs 38,000 crore from Centre, says chief minister

Telangana CM Directs Officials To Stay Alert, Examine Tanks Amid Torrential Rains

The direction was issued in the wake of a Met department forecast that thunderstorm accompanied by lightning is very likely to occur at isolated places in the state.

17 October, 2020

Devendra Fadnavis To Tour Rain-Hit Districts In Maha From Oct 19


Heavy rains and floods have claimed at least 48 lives in Pune, Aurangabad and Konkan divisions in the last three days, while crops on lakhs of hectares have been damaged.

16 October, 2020

Maha Govt Seeks Central Aid For Rain-Hit Farmers: Vijay Wadettiwar


Reports suggest crops spread over 57,354 hectares have been damaged. 'I am going to ask the Union government to provide some compensation to farmers who have lost their livelihood,' says Relief Minister Vijay

15 October, 2020

Floods: 50 People Evacuated In Solapur, 4 Swept Away In Pune


Heavy rains lashed several parts of Maharashtra, including Pune, Solapur and Kolhapur. 'NDRF, district disaster management cell have been deployed to evacuate stranded people': Officials

15 October, 2020

IMD Issues 'Yellow' Alert, Extremely Heavy Rain Predicted In Mumbai


Mumbai experienced heavy rains overnight along with thunderstorms and lightning, causing water-logging in some low-lying areas. There may be more today.

04 August, 2020

Heavy Rain Lashes Mumbai; Local Trains, Road Traffic Hit Due To Water-logging


The BMC has appealed to Mumbai residents to stay at home and urged commercial establishments, except those providing essential services, to remain closed.

01 June, 2020

Depression In Arabian Sea Likely To Intensify Into Severe Cyclonic Storm; Will Impact Mumbai


The depression will intensify into a deep depression --- the third and fourth stage of any cyclone formation --- by Monday evening.

02 December, 2019

17 Dead As Wall Collapses Amid Heavy Rains In Tamil Nadu; Exams Delayed, Schools Closed

Outlook Web Bureau

One person died in Chennai while nine persons were killed when a wall collapsed in Coimbatore.

03 October, 2019

Bihar Floods: Death Toll Reaches 73, Many Areas Still Inundated


The death toll in rain-related incidents in Bihar reached 73

04 September, 2019

'Red Alert' In Mumbai, Adjoining Districts As Heavy Rains Disrupt Road, Rail Traffic


For the third time this monsoon, pounding rains paralaysed the country's commercial capital on Wednesday with total disruption in road and rail traffic, though flights were not hit severely.

13 August, 2019

Kerala Floods: Death Toll Reaches 88, Heavy Rain Warning For Three Districts


In Kerala, a red alert has been issued for Ernakulam, Idduki and Alappuzha as extremely heavy rains are expected in central areas of the state.

11 August, 2019

Maharashtra Floods: Boat Capsize Toll Rises To 17; 4 Lakh Evacuated


Over 30 people have been killed in rain-related incidents in five districts of western Maharashtra in the last one week, including 17 who drowned when a boat capsized near Brahmanal village in Sangli on Thursday.

10 August, 2019

Kochi Airport To Resume Flight Operations From Sunday Noon

Outlook Web Bureau

The Kochi International airport had on Friday suspended all operations till Sunday as the runway area in the airport was waterlogged due to floods.

10 August, 2019

UAE Issues Advisory Against Travel To Kerala Due To Floods

Outlook Web Bureau

Torrential rains continued to lash most parts of Kerala on Friday with the toll in the last three days rising to 28 in monsoon-related incidents, including two massive landslides, and over 64,000 people being shifted to relief camps.

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