Tag: Odisha Rainfall

Odisha Rain Fury: 2 Killed As Truck, Car Get Swept Away, Elderly Woman Drowns

Baripada/Keonjhar: As many as three persons were killed across Odisha on Wednesday due to the heavy downpour leading to overflowing of several rivers. An elderly woman was swept away by Gangahar river water while crossing inundated road near Badasahi Manatri Temple in Baripada today. Locals reportedly alerted the woman not to cross the submerged road […]

  • Tuesday, 13 April 2021
Medium To Large Scale Flood Likely In Mahanadi, May Hit These Districts

Bhubaneswar: Even has rainfall activity has lessened in Odisha, a medium to large scale flood threat still looms large on several districts of the State in view of continuous surge in the water level in major rivers. Chief engineer of State water resources department, Jyotirmaya Rath on Friday predicted a moderate to severe flood in […]

  • Tuesday, 13 April 2021
Odisha Rainfall
Deep Depression In BoB: Several South Odisha Villages Marooned

Bhubaneswar: Torrential rain under the impact of a deep depression that crossed Andhra Pradesh coast close to Kakinada today morning continues to pound southern Odisha districts leading to inundation in several parts. Reports said that heavy rainfall has created flood-like situation in various panchayats of Ganjam district. Five villages under Ankuli and Buratal Gram Panchayats […]

  • Sunday, 11 April 2021
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Odisha: Heavy Rain Triggers Landslide, Bridge Washed Away  

Berhampur: Extremely heavy rainfall triggered by a deep depression on Bay of Bengal has wreaked havoc in various districts of south Odisha. Hours of downpour caused a landslip and also washed away a bridge cutting off communication to several villages in Ganjam district of the State today. As per information, incessant rainfall which has been […]

  • Sunday, 11 April 2021
Weather Update
Heavy Rain Likely In Odisha As Another Low Pressure Brewing In Bay Of Bengal!

Bhubaneswar: Amidst winter chill, Odisha is bracing up for another rainfall period as the Regional Meteorological Centre of the IMD today stated that a fresh low-pressure area (LOPAR) is likely to form over southern parts of central Bay of Bengal around November 29, 2020. Under its influence, several parts of the coastal and southern districts […]

  • Friday, 09 April 2021