A part of Mahipalpur bypass caved in following heavy rainfall in Delhi. Part of the Ashoka Road also caved in probably due to sinking stormwater.
A part of Ashoka Road in the heart of Lutyens Delhi caved in earlier today after a morning of heavy downpour. Delhi-NCR received major rainfall throughout the morning.
Heavy rain has chilled the atmosphere in the national capital. On one hand, while the downpour has dropped the mercury in Delhi, on the other, reports have emerged of traffic jams due to waterlogging in several areas. Delhi Traffic Police has been pro-active in issuing live traffic updates and which routes to avoid.
Delhi-NCR region on Tuesday received fresh spells of rain after heavy downpour lashed the national capital, Noida, nearby areas on Monday night. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had already sounded an orange alert in New Delhi for the next 3 days, predicting heavy rain at isolated places.
While addressing a press conference in the national capital on July 20, the Vice Chairman of Delhi Jal Board and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader, Raghav Chadha spoke on current situation of the city after rainfall.
The central dome of iconic heritage Masjid Mubarak Begum mosque in old Delhi's Hauz Qazi area got damaged due to heavy rainfall on Sunday.
Delhi-NCR received its first spell of heavy rains on Sunday morning which led to waterlogging in low-lying areas and brought traffic to a standstill at key stretches in the city. Take a look at some photos, videos as heavy downpour lashes national capital.
Heavy rains lashed the Delhi-NCR region including Noida, Gurugram on Sunday morning, causing severe water-logging in many areas. As several key roads suffered waterlogging, the Delhi Traffic Police has issued a list of waterlogged roads/areas. Take a look.
The first monsoon rains in Delhi have disrupted normal life. At the same time, special people of the city also had to face difficulties.
One driver has died after a bus and tempo submerged under the Minto Bridge following heavy rains in the Delhi-NCR on Sunday. Following heavy downpour in the national capital today, Minto Bridge near New Delhi Railway Station witnessed severe water-logging in which two vehicles got stuck including a DTC.
After Delhi witnessed heavy downpour in the wee hours of Sunday, several houses swept away in the drain in Anna Nagar near ITO Ring Road.
In what is arguably the strongest rainfall seen by the national capital in years, Delhites woke up on Sunday to massive downpour and sounds of thunder.
Some parts of Delhi drenched with rain on Friday. The heavy downpour brought respite from the sultry weather condition prevailing for a few days.
The national capital reeled under sultry weather on Thursday as rains continued to elude large parts of the city.
Delhiites have woken up to a pleasant morning after overnight rains changed the weather in the national capital. Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecasted that thunderstorms would occur in Delhi and surrounding areas in the next two hours.