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Incessant rainfall triggers severe waterlogging in Chennai

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Incessant rainfall triggers severe waterlogging in Chennai

Incessant rainfall triggers severe waterlogging in Chennai

Rain lashed several parts of Chennai on October 29.

This led to severe waterlogging on the streets.

Water also entered in the residential areas creating havoc in the daily lives.

India Meteorological Department had predicted 'generally cloudy sky with heavy rain' in the city today.


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