Bangalore Rain(Search results - 13)
NEWSJun 8, 2019, 11:42 AM IST
Government school roofless after heavy rain in Nelamangala; 20 electric poles damaged
Roof of the government school in Govenahalli, Nelamangala, near Bengaluru, has been completely damaged. Also, more than 20 electric poles have been damaged. Power supply also has been disrupted in and around Nelamangala.
NEWSJun 7, 2019, 1:45 PM IST
Bengaluru hit with heavy rain: 15 trees uprooted, no power supply in parts of city
Downpour along with strong winds last night, uprooted several trees in different areas in the city. There were reports of hailstorm in KR Puram and the area around ITI. As per reports, it lasted for about 10 minutes. Heavy rainfall led to water logging in many underpasses. In Koramangala, Majestic and Shanthinagar, traffic was disrupted.
NEWSJun 3, 2019, 2:46 PM IST
Thunderstorm, heavy rains uproot 35 trees, damage 36 electric poles; power supply disrupted
Heavy rain along with thunder and squalls lashed Bengaluru city on Sunday (June 3) evening. Due to squalls, 35 trees were uprooted, 36 electric poles damaged, water logging was reported in most of the roads and there was power disruption in various regions in the city.
NEWSMay 12, 2019, 11:40 AM IST
Bengaluru to receive rainfall for three more days, says KSNMDC
On Saturday (May 11), Mysuru reportedly received the highest, 53.5 mm rainfall, followed by Chamarajanagar (53 mm), Uttara Kannada (38.1 mm), Bengaluru (36 mm), Mandya (32.5 mm), Hassan (24 mm) and Bengaluru Rural (16 mm). Bengaluru to get more rain for next three days, starting from May 12
ElectionsApr 17, 2019, 7:00 PM IST
Vote by afternoon, heavy rain expected in Bengaluru: KSNDMC
The weatherman has predicted rains for the next two days due to a trough of low pressure from south interior Karnataka to Kanyakumari. Officials from Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monitoring Centre stated that rains will hit city sometime in the evening and continue till late night.
NEWSApr 8, 2019, 7:17 PM IST
Sudden rainfall takes Bengalureans by pleasant surprise; Commuters seek shelter
After many days of scorching heat, Bengalureans witnessed sudden rain. According to weather experts, due to discontinuity in wind between Kerala coast to Andhra Pradesh.