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School holiday news Flooding rivers, washed away mountains, holidays at schools and colleges

School Holiday News: Heavy rains wreaked havoc in many states across the country. In the hilly states of North India – Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir etc. the situation has become even worse. The rivers that flow here are completely flooded. Many shops and houses have been destroyed by the rushing rivers. Rain in the national capital Delhi has also broken the 40-year record. Due to the continued rain, the Delhi government has ordered schools to be closed on Monday.

In the last 24 hours alone, 153 mm of rain has fallen, the highest in one day since 1982. In Gurgaon, bordering Delhi, the situation is bad because of the rain. In many areas the water is more than knee deep. As a result, people also have to deal with movement problems. In many areas people are also struggling with the traffic jam situation. Apart from this, more than 20 Northern Railway trains have been affected by heavy rainfall so far.

Heavy rain in Himachal kills five, schools closed in Mandi. School holiday news

Landslide incidents have emerged in many places due to heavy rainfall in Himachal Pradesh. This damaged houses and killed five people. Three members of a family were killed when a house collapsed after a landslide caused by rain in Kotgarh area of ​​Shimla district. Officials said the deceased have been identified as Anil, his wife Kiran and son Swapnil. The landslide also damaged a makeshift house near the town of Kullu, killing a woman. In another incident, a person was buried alive after a landslide in Katian tehsil of Chamba on Saturday night.

In the past 36 hours, 13 landslides and nine flash floods have been reported in the state. As of Sunday morning, 736 roads were closed to traffic, while 1,743 transformers and 138 water supply systems were affected. National Highway 21 is blocked at 6 miles. There were also reports of washed-out shops in Manali, washed-out vehicles and damage to farmland from flash flooding in nullahs in Kullu, Kinnaur and Chamba. Many roads are also closed in the districts of Shimla. All major rivers including Ravi, Beas, Satluj, Chenab are in abundance and tourists and travelers have been asked not to travel during heavy rains and not to go near the river. Arindam Chowdhary, deputy commissioner of Mandi district, has said that a decision has been taken to keep all schools and colleges in the district closed on Monday due to the heavy rainfall.

Gurugram schools remain closed on Monday due to heavy rainfall

The Gurugram district administration has issued an advisory statement: “All government and private schools (including play schools etc.) falling within the Gurugram district are ordered to remain closed tomorrow i.e. 10th July in the public interest and for the student safety.”

after 40 years so much rain in delhi in one day

Delhi received 153mm of rain in 24 hours ending 8.30am Sunday, the highest on a single day in July since 1982, India’s Meteorological Department said. Due to western disturbances and monsoon winds, it rains heavily in northwest India, including Delhi. The Safdarjung Observatory, the city’s main weather station, recorded 153mm of rain in the 24 hours ending 8:30am Sunday, the highest since 169.9mm in 24 hours on July 25, 1982, a senior IMD official said.

Heavy rains in Punjab, rescue of people in border area, Derabassi’s Gulmohar Society drowned

There is flooding in Punjab due to continuous heavy rains since last day. Roads have become ponds. The NDRF team has been called in Mohali as the situation is spiraling out of control. While in Ferozepur the rainwater has passed the border. Ut Bhagwant Mann is also on alert and sees the situation worsen by rain. He ordered the MLAs and officials to take to the field. Flood control units have been activated in all districts of Punjab.

Relief units have been deployed under the supervision of the SPs of all districts. All ministers, MLAs are in the DC and SP field at the behest of CM Mann. On the other hand, Gulmohar City Extension, a society in Derabassi has suffered heavy damage from rain. Here the basement and ground floor are completely flooded. At the same time, the cars of the people of society have suffered a lot. Cars are completely submerged. Derabassi Panchayat officer Jagtar Singh said work to rescue people has started. NDRF teams have been sent to society.

Uttarakhand is on red, many roads are blocked due to landslides

The intense period of monsoon rains continued Saturday and Sunday morning in the northwestern Himalayan region. As a result, many roads were blocked by landslides and many people were trapped. Badrinath National Highway was closed due to landslides near Chhinka in Uttarakhand and NH-9 near Champawat in Kumaon division. Five of the 11 passengers were rescued after a vehicle rolled down a hill near Gular in Tehri district, while six others are being sought.

The water level of the Yamuna River in Delhi is likely to exceed the danger mark on Tuesday: CWC

The water level of Delhi’s Yamuna River is rising and is expected to exceed the danger mark of 205.33 meters on Tuesday. According to the Central Water Commission (CWC) flood monitoring portal, the water level of the Yamuna at the Old Railway Bridge was 203.18 meters at 1:00 PM on Sunday, while the danger level is 204.5 meters.

Red alert for rain in 55 towns of Haryana, Yamuna flows above danger sign

Regarding the weather in Haryana, the Chandigarh Meteorological Department has issued a red alert regarding rain in 55 cities. The Meteorological Service has warned of wind speeds of 40 to 60 km during this period. So far, the maximum rainfall in the state has been recorded in Radaur (Yamunanagar). From 8:30 a.m. to this morning on July 8, 246.0 mm of rain has fallen. While Kalka (Panchkula) has received 244.0 mm of rain, Panchkula city 239.0 mm, Raipur Rani 226, Ambala 224.1 mm.

Kulan of Fatehabad has received the lowest rainfall of only 50.0 mm. The Yamuna River flows above the danger sign in Haryana. The water level from the Hathini Kund barrage has started to rise in Yamunanagar. It has been raining continuously for two days in the basin of the Yamuna River, causing the water level of 99146 cusec to be recorded at the Hathini Kund barrage of the Yamuna River on Sunday morning. A mini flood will be declared when one lakh cusecs of water arrives.

While the state of Nuh, Palwal, Ballabhgarh, Sohna, Gurugram, Ateli, Mahendragarh, Kanina, Charkhi Dadri, Bhiwani, Bawal, Rewari, Pataudi, Kosli, Matanhel, Jhajjar, Bahadurgarh, Berkhas, Sampla, Rohtak, Bawani Khera, Hansi, Narnaund , Faridabad, Kharkhoda, Sonipat, Gannaur, Samalkha, Bapauli, Karnal, Indri, Radaur, Meham, Gohana, Julana, Israna, Safidon, Jind, Panipat, Assandh, Kaithal, Bhanlokher, Narwana, Kalayat, Thanesar, Guhla, Pehova, Shahabad There is a rain alert in Ambala, Kalka, Barara, Jagadhri, Chhachhrauli, Narayangarh and Panchkula areas.

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