Continuous downpour in several parts of Telangana led to severe water-logging. Streets are flooded in various areas following heavy rainfall. 2 passengers, who were stuck inside a vehicle in an overflowing canal, were rescued with the help of JCB machine in Telangana's Rangareddy district. Huge properties were damaged seen as water recedes in parts of Hyderabad, some areas are still water-logged after heavy rains. Speaking to ANI, a local woman said, "We have incurred heavy losses. I had been saving for my daughter's wedding, now it is all gone. Even our house is not livable now."
A man in Hyderabad runs a foundation for doing pioneering service by performing the last rites of unclaimed and unidentified bodies. K Rajeshwar Rao, the founder of Satya Harishchandra Foundation started photographing unknown bodies soon after they were sent to the morgue. Satya Harishchandra Foundation stands as a repository of information about unknown bodies and unknown patients. The foundation preserves the data of unclaimed bodies even after the cremation. Rao started a website to make the data easily available for anyone and everyone. The website is www.unknownbodies.org. So far, Rao has cremated 13, 000 unclaimed bodies.
A Hyderabadi woman has written the entire Bhagavad Gita on over 4000 rice grains. This micro artist is surprising people by her talent. Ramagiri Swarika makes drawings on rice grains, which seems easy but needed full focus and concentration. This art of Ramagiri is also recognised by Wonder Book of Records and India Book of records. She also received First Young Woman Micro Artist from North Delhi Cultural Academy. She has done over 2,000 micro arts. Ramagiri is doing micro art since 2016.