The incident occurred on late Tuesday night when Aaman Liaquat Shaikh and Roopchand Jaiswal were standing near a bus stop.
At least 29 people were dead as heavy rains continued to batter Bihar for the fourth consecutive day on Monday. Till Sunday, nearly 18 deaths were reported due to different rain-related incidents in the state.
At least 29 people have been killed in Bihar as heavy downpour continues to wreak havoc in the state.
A large chunk of the newly constructed road being swept away by a stream of water. The incident took place at Umari Begumganj area of Gonda, Uttar Pradesh.
While the city received some showers late Wednesday night, it remained almost dry on Thursday. The school education minister Ashish Shelar's order for closure of schools and colleges issued late Wednesday night also remained ineffective, as several educational institutions in the city and suburbs remained open.
Heavy rainfall had lashed Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. Incessant rainfall has created a flood-like situation in some areas of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. The IMD has issued orange alert in Madhya Pradesh.
Heavy rainfall had lashed several parts across central and south India. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for parts of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Telangana.
Water-logging was observed in the areas near King Circle railway station and Gandhi Market in India. Mumbai police had issued a warning regarding heaving rainfall and requested the public to take precaution on Tuesday.
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Intense clouding could be seen engulfing Delhi and adjoining areas of Noida, Gurugram and Faridabad.
Heavy rains have lashed many areas of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan causing a flood-like situation.
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All the 14 districts in the state, except Kollam, have people taking shelter in over 1,600 relief camps. Malappuram district with over 54,000 people has the largest number of people in the camps.
A total of 36 people working in the state power utility unit and general public caught in the rains in Kattukuppai have been rescued and steps have been taken to drop food packets to 40 persons in Avalanche.
Four members of a family in Karnataka's Madikeri lost their lives while they were searching for the fifth one. Efforts are still on to trace the fifth person. The family's house was hit by a landslide at Korangaala village in Kodagu district of Karnataka on Friday, police said.