Official reports said around 125 gram panchayats and 367 villages in Ganjam district have been very seriously affected.
While the worst-hit Palasa station is yet to be completely restored, trains were detained enroute.
As many as 3,25,644 persons had been evacuated and sheltered in 1,162 relief centres on account of the cyclone and subsequent flood.
Waterlogging also led to traffic snarls at major junctions like Rasulgarh, Bomikhal, Vani Vihar and Nayapalli.
More than 115 residential areas and markets in 30 Wards of Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) have been flooded with rain and drain water making life miserable.
The district administration has opened 58 free kitchen centres, including 54 in Cuttack city, three in Athagarh and one in Narasinghpur block to provide cooked food to affected people.
Even after 36 hours of Titli hitting Odisha coast, Gajapati district is cut off from the rest of the world as approach roads to the district headquarters town are yet to be cleared.
Incessant rains accompanied by strong winds with speed of 60 kmph battered many blocks since Thursday night.
OPCC President Niranjan Patnaik further said the State Government ignored IMD forecast of heavy to very heavy rainfall without taking any preemptive measures.
The people fear that if the rains continue for a few more days, embankments of river Baitarani and its tributaries might collapse.
Kankadapal village is the worst hit where people have already lost several acres of crop lands and houses to the river.
Incessant rains since Thursday night poured miseries on the pilgrim town on Friday.
Low-lying areas in most of the areas of the district, including the district headquarters town and Vyas Nagar, were waterlogged.
The river was reportedly flowing at 18 metres against its danger mark of 17.83 metres near Akhuapada at 6 pm on Sunday.