Assam's monsoon flood situation continued to worsen on September 1st. Over 6.47 lakh people were affected in 22 of the state's 34 districts. Officials with the ASDMA reported 2 more drownings in Majuli and Barpeta districts, bringing the death toll since August 30 to 5.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday urged MPs and political parties to ask the sharpest and toughest of questions to the government in the Monsoon session of Parliament, asserting that the government should also be allowed to respond to them.
As southwest monsoon intensifies, several districts in Kerala have been issued a red alert.
Kalpathy river and the Bharathapuzha have been in spate as the water from Malampuzha dam flows through these rivers.
The water level in various reservoirs particularly Idukki and Mullaperiyar dams are rising at an alarming rate which has forced the authorities to open the shutters of Kallarkutty, Idamalayar, Malanka
The unrelenting rains in Kerala have caused rising water levels, landslides and flooding across the State in the last few days.
Incessant rains in many parts of Lucknow have led to water-logging on several roads hampering traffic movement.
Kerala has been witnessing heavy rains over the past few weeks. Kabani river, a tributary of Kaveri, has overflowed into nearby agricultural land affecting banana cultivation.
The full magnitude of calamities this season has only begun to unfold, but so bad is the situation already in Kochi that a residents' association is forced to hire a boatman.
Thadambattuthazham road in Kozhikode has been completely flooded due to heavy monsoon showers. . Most of the two-wheelers that tried to cross the water-logged road had to stop as their engines ceased.
The Ernakulam Junction railway track has fully submerged due to the continuous rain in Kochi. Railway housing colony is worst hit by the heavy showers as many houses have been partially submerged.
Here is why Kerala's Athirapally Falls, the much-preferred destination for film shoots, should be the number 1 place on your weekend getaway list this monsoon.
Torrential rains lashed Kolkata and its neighbouring districts of Howrah, Hooghly, Nadia, North and South 24 Parganas on the morning of June 26. Heavy to very heavy rains have been predicted
When North India looks to the bright summer sky for traces of monsoon, Mumbai enjoyed relief from the scorching summer heat with a spell of heavy rains in wee hours of Monday morning.
The death toll in the landslide in Kerala's Kozhikode district has risen to eight. Search and rescue operations are still on for six more people.