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Odisha Rain Live Updates: Deep Depression To Weaken Today, Major Rivers In Spate In Odisha


The Regional Meteorological Centre of India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Tuesday predicted that the depression over north Odisha would weaken into a depression today. The Met Centre has issued red warning for heavy to very heavy rainfall at a few places with extremely heavy (>20cm) rainfall at one or two places over the districts of Sambalpur, Deogarh, Angul, Sonepur, Dhenkanal, Jharsuguda and Bargarh on Tuesday.

The East Coast Railways, on Tuesday, has cancelled 12 trains, diverted routes of eight others and short terminated another after a goods train derailed on Angul-Talcher road route on Tuesday due to heavy downpour under the influence of deep depression over the Bay of Bengal.

As Odisha gets battered by heavy rainfall since Sunday with Puri and Bhubaneswar recording all-time high rainfall among others, a portion of ceiling of the Cuttack Chandi Temple in Cuttack collapsed on Monday. The extremely heavy downpour has not only thrown the normal life out of gear but also claimed two lives, so far, in separate wall collapse incidents in the State.

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18:46 PM(3 months ago )

10 Districts Receive Rainfall Over 200mm In 24 Hours, Deep Depression Weakens: Odisha SRC

Posted by: Odishatv Bureau

As many as ten districts in Odisha recorded rainfall above 200 mm in the past 24 hours, informed Odisha Special Relief Commission (SRC) Pradeep Jena in a press briefing on Tuesday.

Similarly, nine districts received rainfall between 100 and 200 mm during the period. Read More...

18:43 PM(3 months ago )

Rain Havoc: Collectors Asked To Submit Damage Assessment

Posted by: Pradeep Singh

Following the heavy rainfall witnessed by the State in the last couple of days, Odisha Special Relief Commissioner (SRC) on Tuesday asked all the district collectors to submit damage assessment reports within a week.

18:43 PM(3 months ago )

Rain Havoc: 2 More Gates Of Hirakud Dam Opened

Posted by: Pradeep Singh

Due to the rising water level owing to heavy rain in the upper catchment area, two more gates of Hirakud Dam were opened on Tuesday. Water is now being discharged through four gates. As per reports, a total of six gates of the dam will be opened today in a phased manner.

13:54 PM(3 months ago )

Flood Unlikely In Mahanadi, Brahmani And Baitarani

Posted by: Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

In a major update, the Engineer-in-chief of the Water Resources department of Odisha informed that flood in Mahanadi, Brahmani and Baitarani is unlikely. Only Baitarani has crossed the danger mark near Akhuapada. The rest of the rivers are flowing below the danger level. 2 places in the upper and lower catchments of Mahanadi have received heavy rain. Further, he said that 1 lakh cusec water will be released from Hirakud today evening. 

13:10 PM(3 months ago )

6YO Girl Dies, 6 Others Injured As Wall Collapses In Aska

Posted by: Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

A 6-year-old girl died and 6 others suffered injuries after a wall collapsed on them in Rasibadi Ramchandrapur village under Dharakote PS in Aska. Injured children have been admitted to Dharakote hospital.

12:31 PM(3 months ago )

Hirakud Dam To Open 6 Sluice Gates Today To Release Excess Water

Posted by: Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Hirakud Dam to open 6 sluice gates at 5PM today to release excess water owing to heavy rains in upper catchment areas, informs Chief engineer of Hirakud Dam, Anand Chandra Sahu.

12:13 PM(3 months ago )

Odisha’s Average Rainfall In Past 2 Days Estimated At 156mm: SRC Pradeep Jena

Posted by: Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Odisha’s average rainfall in the past 2 days estimated at 156mm; 10 districts recorded over 200mm rainfall, 6 blocks in the state saw 400-500mm rainfall during the period; so far 4 casualties reported in rain-related mishaps, said SRC Pradeep Jena at a presser on the flood situation in the state.

11:21 AM(3 months ago )

41 Places In Odisha Witness Heavy Rainfall In 24 Hrs

Posted by: Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Around 41 places in Odisha witnessed heavy rainfall in past 24 hours. Angul and Subarnapur have recorded highest-ever rainfall.  Talcher recorded maximum rainfall of 394mm while Biramaharajpur in Subarnapur sees 372mm rainfall. Meanwhile, Sonepur town had a rainfall of 282.8mm, Boudh 262mm and Patnagarh 252mm. 

11:14 AM(3 months ago )

Nandankanan Zoo In Bhubaneswar Closed For Visitors

Posted by: Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Nandankanan Zoo in Bhubaneswar will remain closed for visitors today due to incessant rainfall in the capital city. The decision has been taken keeping in mind the safety of visitors and zoo animals.

10:48 AM(3 months ago )

Yellow Warning Issued For 14 Districts Of Odisha

Posted by: Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Yellow warning in 14 districts of Odisha – Heavy rainfall likely in Bargarh, Jharsuguda, Sundargarh, Mayurbhanj, Bhadrak, Balasore, Kendrapara, Jajpur, Deogarh, Sambalpur, Nuapada, Nabarangpur, Bolangir, Keonjhar

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