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Heavy rains lashed several parts of Hyderabad on Saturday night. The downpour was witnessed in Nampally, Abids, Kothi, Basheerbagh, Khairatabad, Goshamahal and Vijayanagar colonies. The Balanagar Lake in the state capital breached its boundaries last night, causing huge flash floods in nearby areas, according to NDTV report.
The rains led to waterlogging in parts of the state capital, including the Falaknuma bridge. Rescue operations were carried out to provide relief to the people, in one such operation Abdullapurmet Police pulled out a car stuck from overflowing water with the help of a JCB machine in Rachakonda.
Delhi's air quality was recorded in the “poor” category on Sunday morning. The share of stubble burning in the national capital's PM2.5 pollution is likely to “increase significantly”, according to the Ministry of Earth Sciences' air quality monitor (SAFAR).
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