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Heavy rain creates havoc across Tamil Nadu, death toll crosses 90

Heavy rain creates havoc across Tamil Nadu, death toll crosses 90

India TV News Desk [ Updated: November 16, 2015 13:41 IST ]
  • Heavy downpour has put the breaks on the lifeline of the city as many trains were cancelled and delayed. (Photo Credits Ajay Naicker)
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    Heavy downpour has put the breaks on the lifeline of the city as many trains were cancelled and delayed. (Photo Credits Ajay Naicker)

  • Citizens are forced to use different alternatives to travel from one place to other as traffic snarls in Chennai due to water logging. (Photo Credits Unknown)
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    Citizens are forced to use different alternatives to travel from one place to other as traffic snarls in Chennai due to water logging. (Photo Credits Unknown)

  • Water logged streets also causes a concern for several water related diseases. (Photo Credits Raj Gehlot)
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    Water logged streets also causes a concern for several water related diseases. (Photo Credits Raj Gehlot)

  • Sea water overflows from the banks of India's largest Marina Beach. (Photo Credits Raj Gehlot)
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    Sea water overflows from the banks of India's largest Marina Beach. (Photo Credits Raj Gehlot)

  • People in different areas were rescued by Police and Fire and Rescue Service personnel after they were surrounded by rain and sea water. (Photo Credits Earnest and Kamesh)
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    People in different areas were rescued by Police and Fire and Rescue Service personnel after they were surrounded by rain and sea water. (Photo Credits Earnest and Kamesh)

  • Educational institutions in several coastal districts were closed in view of heavy rains. (Photo Credits Earnest and Kamesh)
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    Educational institutions in several coastal districts were closed in view of heavy rains. (Photo Credits Earnest and Kamesh)

  • Residents were forced to stay put inside their homes following the inclement weather. (Photo Credits Jay Ganesh)
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    Residents were forced to stay put inside their homes following the inclement weather. (Photo Credits Jay Ganesh)

  • Water clogged roads resulted in slow movement of vehicles even as pedestrians were seen wading through waist deep to knee deep water in many places. (Photo Credits Raj Gehlot)
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    Water clogged roads resulted in slow movement of vehicles even as pedestrians were seen wading through waist deep to knee deep water in many places. (Photo Credits Raj Gehlot)

  • The incessant rains severely crippled normal life in the state capital Chennai, where most roads, residential areas and low lying parts were inundated. (Photo Credits Shoban)
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    The incessant rains severely crippled normal life in the state capital Chennai, where most roads, residential areas and low lying parts were inundated. (Photo Credits Shoban)

  • There seems to be no respite from rains as people in Tamil Nadu continue to experience monsoon fury. (Photo Credits Raj Gehlot)
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    There seems to be no respite from rains as people in Tamil Nadu continue to experience monsoon fury. (Photo Credits Raj Gehlot)

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