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Kalaburagi: Kalyana Karnataka to receive rains till Oct 10

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Kalaburagi: Heavy rains have caused heavy loss in Kalyana Karnataka region.

All the Districts of this region recieved heavy rains on Wednesday October 5 and Thursday October 6.

According to the Indian Meteorological Department, rainfall will continue for the next three days till Monday October 10 in the region.

IMD Technical Officer Basavaraj Biradar said that it is residue rainfall of the Kharif season. Some Taluks of Kalaburagi, Jewargi and Chittapura, are expected to receive heavy rainfall for the next 2 to 3 days. Commuters had a tough time negotiating the inundated roads in Kalaburagi City.

Incessant rains in Raichur District has submerged standing crops in Halapura, Vatagal, Ameengad, Kachapura Yatkal Villages of Maski Taluk. The silk, cotton and tur dal growers have sought compensation from the Government for loss of crop due to pest attack following unexpected rainfall.

Onions and flowers in the District are completely damaged.Kalaburagi: Kalyana Karnataka to receive rains till Oct 10

Kalaburagi: Heavy rains have caused heavy loss in Kalyana Karnataka region.

All the Districts of this region recieved heavy rains on Wednesday October 5 and Thursday October 6.

According to the Indian Meteorological Department, rainfall will continue for the next three days till Monday October 10 in the region.

IMD Technical Officer Basavaraj Biradar said that it is residue rainfall of the Kharif season. Some Taluks of Kalaburagi, Jewargi and Chittapura, are expected to receive heavy rainfall for the next 2 to 3 days. Commuters had a tough time negotiating the inundated roads in Kalaburagi City.

Incessant rains in Raichur District has submerged standing crops in Halapura, Vatagal, Ameengad, Kachapura Yatkal Villages of Maski Taluk. The silk, cotton and tur dal growers have sought compensation from the Government for loss of crop due to pest attack following unexpected rainfall.

Onions and flowers in the District are completely damaged.

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