It was a cool, cloudy Wednesday morning in the city, with the minimum temperature settling two notches below the average in the season.
As normalcy was slowly returning to rain-battered Kerala, people have started moving to their homes from relief camps, even as the toll climbed to 113 on Saturday, with more bodies being retrived from the landslide hit districts of Malappuram and Way
Brothers and sisters eagerly await the festival of Raksha Bandhan, a day which celebrates the beauty of their bond.
70 crest gates of Prakasam barrage have been lifted on Wednesday, with huge inflows of flood-water reaching the reservoir from Pulichintala project on Krishna river.
At least 48 people have lost their lives while three persons are still missing across the flood-battered Pune division Pune division, Divisional Commissioner's office said on Tuesday.
Train services have been affected at several places of Odisha due to the heavy water flow on the tracks between Sambalpur-Titlagarh section. The train services will be resumed after water level will recede, an official said.
Amid incessant rainfall in several parts of Uttarakhand, the Ganges on Monday was flowing close to the danger mark of 339.50 metres at Rishikesh.
Six people were killed on Monday following a cloudburst in Chamoli's Ghat area, Uttarakhand's State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) said.
The death toll from typhoon Lekima in eastern China rose to 44 people on Monday morning, according to official data, as the storm continued up the coast, racking up billions of dollars in economic losses and widely disrupting travel.
Incessant rains that triggered flooding has claimed 72 lives across the state, according to a data of Kerala State Disaster Management Authority (KSDMA).