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APD | Heavy rains poured in India

Breaking News2018-07-12

By APD writer Rishika Chauhan NEW DELHI, July 12 (APD) -- On Wednesday, the Indian Meteorological Department (MET) warned that heavy rainfall could disrupt life in Mumbai over the next three to four days. Speaking to the media, Charan Singh from MET department said, "It will rain for next 3-4 days in Mumbai and Konkan region but intensity will decrease and on 13-14 July the intensity might go up. In the coming 3-4 days it will rain in north-west India and the temperature will drop."Meanwhile, rainfall is also predicted in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) this week. In Mumbai, worries mount about rains disrupting train services across the city. Since Tuesday, Mumbai has been facing problems as rains have started. From traffic to train services, all has been affected. So far Mumbai has received 864.5 mm rain, which is higher than usual—almost 60 per cent of what was expected during the entire monsoon.Meanwhile, incessant rains since last month have caused flood-like situation in the northeast part of India in Assam, Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram. Camps have been set up while causalities continue to be reported. (ASIA PACIFIC DAILY)

By APD writer Rishika Chauhan 

NEW DELHI, July 12 (APD) -- On Wednesday, the Indian Meteorological Department (MET) warned that heavy rainfall could disrupt life in Mumbai over the next three to four days. 

Speaking to the media, Charan Singh from MET department said, "It will rain for next 3-4 days in Mumbai and Konkan region but intensity will decrease and on 13-14 July the intensity might go up. In the coming 3-4 days it will rain in north-west India and the temperature will drop."

Meanwhile, rainfall is also predicted in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) this week. In Mumbai, worries mount about rains disrupting train services across the city. 

Since Tuesday, Mumbai has been facing problems as rains have started. From traffic to train services, all has been affected. 

So far Mumbai has received 864.5 mm rain, which is higher than usual—almost 60 per cent of what was expected during the entire monsoon.

Meanwhile, incessant rains since last month have caused flood-like situation in the northeast part of India in Assam, Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram. Camps have been set up while causalities continue to be reported. 

(ASIA PACIFIC DAILY)

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