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11 places in India experiencing totally different weather

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​Indian cities with diverse climatic conditions
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​Indian cities with diverse climatic conditions

India is experiencing all kinds of weather at the moment. While some parts of it are craving for monsoon rains, others are flooded with overflowing rivers.

The biggest challenge at the moment is to make drinking water available for everyone as several parts of India are quickly going dry. The monsoon rains are trying to make up for the deficit due to its delay but there are cities still staring at a severe water crisis soon.

Here are some images of Indian cities showing the diverse climatic conditions in our country all due to climate change.

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​1. Assam flood
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​1. Assam flood

Parts of Assam are reeling under flood as heavy rain has continued over the past three days, affecting thousands of people.

Close to 145 villages across eight districts of the state are submerged and nearly 63,000 people have been affected due to the deluge.

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​2. Hyderabad run out of water
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​2. Hyderabad run out of water

Monsoon is here but there are still several cities that are yet to receive rainfall. The monsoon rains are trying to make up for the deficit due to its delay but there are cities still staring at a severe water crisis soon.

Come August end this year and Hyderabad could lose all its drinking water. According to a report in Times of India, reservoirs are not receiving fresh inflows from the scanty rains in the catchment areas because of which Hyderabad is staring at a severe and extreme water crisis.

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​3. Bihar Flood
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​3. Bihar Flood

Six north Bihar districts bordering Nepal were declared flood affected by the state disaster management department on Saturday as torrential rains lashed the catchment areas upstream.

As the number of rivers flowing above the danger mark increased from five to six.

Flood-affected villagers use a boat to take a patient to hospital from their inundated village at Mithan Sharay in Muzaffarpur.

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​5. Nagpur Drought
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​5. Nagpur Drought

Farmers of Vidarbha are fighting with their backs to the wall due to delayed monsoon in the region.

The farmers are reeling under an acute scarcity of rain and are desperately waiting for the monsoon rain spells to bless their parched lands.

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​6. Bengaluru water crisis
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​6. Bengaluru water crisis

Chennai might not be the only city that could face a water crisis. Neighbouring Karnataka's capital Bengaluru too could soon face a similar water crisis.

In Bengaluru too, the main reason is the below average monsoons. Karnataka has so far registered a 30 percent rain deficit this year so far. And the effects of it is already showing.

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​7. Mumbai
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​7. Mumbai

Monsoon has arrived and Mumbai is receiving heavy rainfall.

Normal life in the financial capital has been completely disrupted and like every year, this year too water logging is common and so are the resultant traffic jams.

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​8. Lucknow heavy rains
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​8. Lucknow heavy rains

Waterlogging in different areas of city after heavy rain Area-Charbagh.

The water level of river Gomti is rising even without substantial rain, scene opposite Chattar Manzil (CDRI) in Lucknow.

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​9. Chennai water crisis
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​9. Chennai water crisis

Millions of residents in Chennai, India’s sixth biggest city, have no access to clean water due to worst drought in the states in decades.

The lack of rainfall last year and late arrival of monsoon this year has led to city’s major reservoirs running dry.

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​10. New Delhi dust storm
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​10. New Delhi dust storm

For last few days Delhi experienced haze and high pollution level due to dust storm effect from Rajasthan and monsoon rain paused.

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​​11. Prayagraj Heavy rain
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​​11. Prayagraj Heavy rain

Heavy rains have created flood-like situation in Uttar Pradesh’s Prayagraj. Due to continuous heavy rain, roads are submerged in water, affecting the traffic.

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