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Monsoon updates: Uddhav Thackeray to visit food-hit Sangli tomorrow

By Anuj Cariappa
Google Oneindia News

New Delhi, Aug 01: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray expected to visit flood-affected Sangli where he will meet officials and local representatives to assess the extent of damage and ongoing relief operation.

Monsoon updates: Heavy rains lash parts of Delhi-NCR, waterlogging reported in several parts

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9:50 PM, 1 Aug
Satara, Parbhani districts received 70 per cent above normal rainfall till July 31
However, Nandurbar district in north Maharashtra has recorded less than average rainfall till now, H S Hosalikar, senior scientist at the IMD, Pune, said in a tweet.
9:49 PM, 1 Aug
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday said that Satara and Parbhani districts of Maharashtra have received 70 per cent more rainfall than normal till July 31 this year.
9:48 PM, 1 Aug
Army helps to restore key Udhampur bridge damaged by Monsoon
The Army''s engineering regiment has joined the civil administration in the Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir to restore a vital bridge severely damaged by the Monsoon rains.
9:47 PM, 1 Aug
All people stranded in HP's Lahaul-Spiti rescued
Over 370 people, who were stranded in Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul-Spiti district due to heavy rains and landslides, have been rescued, a state disaster management official said on Sunday. They were marooned in areas under the Udaipur Sub-Division of the district.
9:42 PM, 1 Aug
Uddhav to visit flood-hit Sangli
CM Uddhav Thackeray to visit Sangli tomorrow to take stock of the flood situation: Maharashtra CMO
7:45 PM, 1 Aug
Raigad landslide: Plan to resettle families ready, says Maharashtra minister
A plan to resettle 60 families affected by the devastating July 22 landslide in Taliye in Raigad's Mahad taluka. which killed over 80, is ready, Maharashtra Urban Development Minister Eknath Shinde said on Sunday.
5:55 PM, 1 Aug
Delhi saw meteorologically peculiar July
July was meteorologically peculiar for Delhi as it witnessed five heatwave days, the maximum since 2012, an unusual two-week-delayed monsoon, and rainfall that broke records of nearly two decades.
5:35 PM, 1 Aug
Flash flood in Himachal
In recent flash flood incident in Lahaul, out of 10 drowned people, 7 bodies recovered, 3 still missing. There were 200 tourists stranded in Lahaul. We had rescued around 150 earlier & remaining were rescued today, with the help of helicopter: Himachal Pradesh CM Jairam Thakur
5:09 PM, 1 Aug
Rainfall seven percent below normal in July
After its vigorous revival in the first week of July that saw floods, cloudburst and landslides in several parts of the country, the Southwest Monsoon ended with a seven per cent deficit for the month, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Sunday.
3:07 PM, 1 Aug
Water discharge from DVC dams floods streets, villages in parts of Bengal
Life has come to a screeching halt in parts of Paschim Medinipur and Howrah districts, where additional water discharge from Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) dams followed by heavy rain has inundated streets and flooded villages. At least 212 relief camps have been set up in Paschim Medinipur, offering shelter to over 12,000 people as water having breached embankments entered their homes, officials said.
3:06 PM, 1 Aug
Pushkar Lake swells up after heavy rainfall
3:05 PM, 1 Aug
Yamuna water level close to danger mark
Delhi | Yamuna water level close to danger mark at Old Yamuna Bridge - 'Loha Pul'
12:07 PM, 1 Aug
Himachal Pradesh
Chief Minister Jairam Thakur conducts aerial survey of the flood-affected region of Lahaul-Spiti district
12:06 PM, 1 Aug
Rajasthan | Streets flooded, water entered houses after rain in Ajmer
"Our houses are flooded with rainwater. All our works have been halted due to this," Narendra Kumar, a resident of Sunheri colony
12:06 PM, 1 Aug
Delhi | Underpass waterlogged in Prahladpur area, as the city continues to receive rainfall
10:23 AM, 1 Aug
Yamuna river wild:
In 2019, the flow rate had peaked to 8.28 lakh cusecs on August 18-19, and the water level of the Yamuna had hit the 206.60 metre-mark, breaching the danger mark of 205.33 metres.
10:22 AM, 1 Aug
Delhi sounds flood alert
A flood alert is declared when the Yamuna crosses the "warning mark" of 204.50 metres. The situation is being monitored round-the-clock, a district administration official said. According to the Delhi flood control room, the discharge rate at the Hathnikund Barrage peaked to 1.60 lakh cusecs Tuesday afternoon, the highest this year so far.
10:21 AM, 1 Aug
13 boats deployed
The Irrigation and Flood Control Department deployed 13 boats in different areas and put 21 others on standby to move the people.
10:20 AM, 1 Aug
Haryana discharging more water into the river from Hathnikund Barrage
On Friday, with Haryana discharging more water into the river from the Hathnikund Barrage, the Delhi Police and the East Delhi district administration started evacuating the floodplains of the Yamuna in the capital.
10:20 AM, 1 Aug
Yamuna water level recedes below danger mark in Delhi
The water level in the Yamuna continued to recede as it went below the danger mark of 205.33 on Saturday, a day after the Delhi administration sounded a flood alert and expedited efforts to evacuate the floodplains. The water level was recorded at 204.92 metres at Old Railway Bridge at 6 pm. It went up to 205.59 metres at 9 pm on Friday and came down to 205.01 metres at 8 am on Saturday morning.
10:19 AM, 1 Aug
The national capital and adjoining areas are expected to witness moderate to heavy intensity rain accompanied by thundershowers between 8.30 am and 11.30 am, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted.

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