Showers lash city; heavy rainfall in many dists

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal

In the last 24 hours, 23 districts of Madhya Pradesh received heavy rains. Khandwa recorded maximum 10 cm of rain. At the same time, 5 cm of rainfall occurred in Indore-Chhindwara and Seoni. Heavy rain started in many parts of the state includ

50 out of 52 districts get wet for first time in MP 

Heavy rain alert in 34 in districts- Rains heavily in 10 divisions
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
In Madhya Pradesh, the rain that has continued for the last two days has gained momentum. During the last 24 hours, 50 out of 52 dist

Narmada, Kshipra in spate; ghats, temples submerged in Dindori, Mandla

  •  Intermittent heavy showers throw life out of gear in Bhopal

Bhopal: Monsoon is active in Madhya Pradesh for three days. It is raining in many districts. It has been raining intermittently since Wednesday night in Bhopal and Indore.

Heavy showers lead to waterlogging in many areas

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Monsoon has become again become active in Madhya Pradesh. It has been raining intermittently for two days in many districts including Bhopal. It rained heavily for two hours in Bhopal on Tuesday afternoon. Due to this many areas were waterlogged.

Heavy rains lead to traffic snarls, waterlogging 

 Chronicle Reporter
Heavy rain lashed Bhopal on Sunday afternoon that continued till late evening putting Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) on toes. 
In the state capital, rain provided instant relief from humidity though low lying areas were flooded. Ele

Flood situation improves in Bhind, Morena; heavy rainfall in Khurai

Bhopal: In Bhind-Morena district, Chambal and Sindh rivers have calmed down a bit after causing havoc. However, rivers are still flowing above the danger mark in both the districts. At present the rescue is over. Army rescued 300 people from a village in Sabalgarh, Morena. Chamba

Heavy rain alert for many dists of state

 Bhopal: Heavy rain alert has been issued for Jhabua, Guna, Vidisha, Ratlam, Sheopurkalan, Rajgarh, Mandsaur in the next 24 hours. It may rain here till Sunday morning. Although the system has started weakening now, its impact will be less from Sunday. Meteorologist Vedpraka

Chambal above danger mark; Sindh, Parvati recede

Bhopal: The Sindh and Parvati rivers, which caused havoc in Gwalior-Chambal, are gradually coming in their limits, but due to the Chambal river flowing above the danger mark, the situation in Bhind-Morena has not improved. Situation is now getting worse in Morena-Bhind. Rescue op

Flood situation worsens, 3 bridges washed away, 8 die, 25 missing

  •  Rescued 5800 people from 1225 villages of 7 dists; contact lost with Sheopur, Vijaypur, also evacuated Sevdha

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
The situation has become uncontrollable due to floods in Gwalior-Chambal region. So far

Heavy rains, floods affect 1171 villages, 1600 people rescued

Bhopal: Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that about 1171 villages in Shivpuri, Sheopur, Datia, Gwalior, Bhind and Rewa have been affected due to excessive rains and floods. A total of 200 villages are submerged in water. SDERF, NDERF teams have rescued about 160