Chennai Braces For More Rain Today, Schools Remain close: 10 Points

Chennai Braces, Rain, schools

Here are the 10 latest developments in this story:

  • A farmer was shocked at Manal Agaram close Tiruvarur when he stepped on an electric wire lying in the water, police stated, noticed that eight ever dead on October 27, when the northeast rainstorm arrived.
  • several coastal pockets of Chennai remained water-logged after as much as 30 cm of rain in a few regions since Thursday. The well known Marina shoreline from administration paths was under water. Power cuts were reported in many parts of the city.
  • Schools and colleges closed since October 31, remained close in Chennai, Tiruvallur and Kancheepuram areas, as the Tamil Nadu government appealed to private firms to permit their employees to work from home.
  • Waterlogging affected traffic development and a “signaling snag” partially hit train services between St Thomas Mount and Kodambakkam suburban area the last night. Prepare administrations were typical early today.
  • Amid fears of a repeat of the December 2015 deluge, the AIADMK government sought to dispel rumors. A government said 105 relief camps have been set up in Chennai.
  • The coastal district region of Nagapattinam continued to suffer monsoon fury, with incessant rains submerging houses and affecting standing crops more than a large number of hectares.
  • The regional climate office has forecast substantial rains in the coastal regions, and rainstorms in Chennai and its rural areas for the following 24 hours.
  • Chief Minister E Palaniswami, accompanied by cabinet including agent O Panneerselvam went to a couple of influenced ranges in Chennai including R K Nagar.
  • “Low-lying regions with water-logging were identified in the Chennai Corporation (limits) and Kancheepuram region. Specialists (here) dealt with a war-balance and dormant water has been expelled,” Mr. Palaniswami said.
  • In 2015, Chennai witnessed its worst floods in over a century in which more than 150 individuals were killed. Hundreds more died in rest of the state and lakhs were displaced from their homes.
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