Monsoon Updates: Rains to continue in Bengaluru
New Delhi, Aug 22: Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy rain for Kerala and coastal Karnataka in the next 24 hours. "Under the influence of convergence of lower-level westerlies, Kerala and coastal Karnataka is likely to experience heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places during next 24 hours and isolated heavy rainfall during the subsequent four days," IMD tweeted.
Meanwhile, in Delhi, the water level of Yamuna is receding and the river is flowing at 204.55 metres, below the danger mark. The river had breached the danger mark of 205.33 metres on Monday.
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Kalahandi: Locals of Nehala village carried a pregnant woman on a cot for at least 12 km, through Jelingadhora river up to Kaniguma Gram in order to avail the facility of an ambulance, as there was no proper road. #Odisha (21/8/2019) pic.twitter.com/nUzmajf6Je— ANI (@ANI) August 22, 2019
Delhi: A family of four people was rescued after their house, in slum near Zero Pusta in Usmanpur, was submerged in water yesterday. The water level at Old Yamuna Bridge (Loha Pul) has reached 206.60 meter. pic.twitter.com/6rE1X1N7KQ— ANI (@ANI) August 21, 2019