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Mumbai Rains Update: Four Injured In Goregaon East Landslide, 400 People Evacuated From Kranti Nagar

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Heavy rains in Mumbai is still continued from last two days and there is no stopping to it. At the latest, on Sunday morning, a landslide has been occurred at Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, near Nurani Masjid in Dindoshi, Goregaon East, which left 4 injured in early morning 7.45 am.

As per the media report, a hill has been collapsed due to heavy rains which led to landslide. The injured people identified as Mohammed Hushain Shaikh (15), Zubeda Banu Shaikh (70), Ahemad Hushain Shaikh (14), Abdul Gafar Shaikh (42).

In another instance, 400 people have been evacuated from Kranti Nagar in the early morning on Sunday as there is an increase in the water level of Mithi River. All the people have been shifted to Bazarwad Municipal school in Kurla. Meanwhile, NDRF team has been deployed in Kurla.

As per Western Railway, Water logging at Nalasopara due to very heavy rainfall since yesterday night. Railway staff are present at the locations continiously monitoring the situation. There has been disruption of services in Western Railway, especially between Dahishar to Virar. On the other hand, Central and Harbour line are completely close. Meanwhile, Western Railway trains are 10 to 15 minutes delay as per the current update.

Apart from predicting heavy rainfall in upcoming 24 hours, IMD also issued warning of high time in afternoon. Even, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has advised the residents of Mumbai against venturing into the sea as well as in water-logged areas.

As per Deputy Director General of Meteorology, India Met Department K S Hosalikar tweeted, “Mumbai received heavy to very heavy with extremely heavy rainfall (more than 200 mm) at many places in last 24 hrs warnings are there for today also for Mumbai, Thane, Palghar etc. including south konkan.”

CMO tweeted, “Maharashtra Government requests six more NDRF teams for Mumbai, Thane, Palghar in view of heavy rains. Also requests Indian Air Force for airlifting of around 35 villagers from Ju-Nandkhuri near Khandvali.”

One Mi 17 helicopter has been launched by IAF from Santacruz on request by state government towards rescue of 35 residents Ju Nandkhuri Village ,near Khadvali ,Thane.

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4.2-magnitude earthquake hits Delhi-NCR

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Earthquake. (Photo: IANS)

An earthquake measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale hit Delhi-NCR on Thursday night.

According to the Ministry of Earth Sciences’ National Centre for Seismology, the earthquake, with a depth of five km, had its epicentre near Alwar district in Rajasthan. It struck at 11.46 p.m.

The tremors prompted people to venture out of their homes in fear. No casualties or damage to properties have been reported so far.

Earthquakes of less than five magnitude are unlikely to cause large-scale damage, unless in case of weak or compromised structures.

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Light Rain started again in Mumbai

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Light Rain Started in some areas of Dream City Mumbai From Friday Morning. Because of this, People get relieved from heat. Due to Rain in Cold, Weather become Beautiful in Mumbai. It is said that, There will be Cloudy on Friday.

Mumbai recorded a temperature of 24 degrees Celsius on Thursday. It is being told that earlier on December 5, 2019, A temperature of 25.5 degrees Celsius was recorded.

The southeast is caused by the low-pressure weather system over the Arabian Sea and this has led to the formation of a weather system associated with the west coast. Due to which light rains are possible in Kerala along with Konkan.Light Rain started again in Mumbai

Light Rain Started in some areas of Dream City Mumbai From Friday Morning. Because of this, People get relieved from heat. Due to Rain in Cold, Weather become Beautiful in Mumbai. It is said that, There will be Cloudy on Friday.

Mumbai recorded a temperature of 24 degrees Celsius on Thursday. It is being told that earlier on December 5, 2019, A temperature of 25.5 degrees Celsius was recorded.

The southeast is caused by the low-pressure weather system over the Arabian Sea and this has led to the formation of a weather system associated with the west coast. Due to which light rains are possible in Kerala along with Konkan.

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Severe thunderstorm likely soon over Andhra Pradesh’s Nellore and Chittoor

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Severe-thunderstorm

One or two places over Andhra Pradesh’s Nellore and Chittoor districts in Andhra Pradesh are very likely to be pounded a severe thunderstorm within a few hours as cyclonic storm Nivar makes landfall, a Met official said on Wednesday.

“Severe thunderstorm very likely to occur at one or two places over Nellore and Chittoor districts within the next three hours,” said the official sharing the latest information collected at 9.50 p.m.

She said the thunderstorm will be accompanied by squally winds reaching up to 65 km per hour or more.

“It could be accompanied by heavy rainfall,” she added.

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