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Odisha, Rajasthan lashed by heavy rainfall; Vadodara limps back to normalcy

IndiaTimes Friday, 2 August 2019
Rainwater flooded parts of Odisha and Rajasthan after a heavy downpour in the two states, while Gujarat's rain-hit Vadodara limped back to normalcy as the swollen Vishwamitri river's ferocity started waning on Friday. The flood situation in Assam remains unchanged. But two more people were reported dead in state, pushing the death toll to 88.
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News video: Vadodara regains normalcy after torrential rains, NDRF continue relief work

Vadodara regains normalcy after torrential rains, NDRF continue relief work 02:59

Vadodara is slowly regaining normalcy after the city was hit by torrential rains on Wednesday. National Disaster Rescue Force (NDRF) has been continually doing relief work in the city. At least six people died in rain related incidents.

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