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Hyderabad, Dehradun get pleasant rains, Bihar and WB brave heavy showers

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Hyderabad, Dehradun get pleasant rains, Bihar and WB brave heavy showers

Hyderabad, Dehradun get pleasant rains, Bihar and WB brave heavy showers

Monsoon has knocked over most of the states of the country.

Parts of Hyderabad received pleasant rain on June 29.

Rains also lashed Uttarakhand's Dehradun.

India Meteorological Department has predicted "rain or thunderstorm or duststorm" in the city today.

Patna also witnessed monsoon rains which dipped the temperature of city.

Meanwhile, Bihar continued to reel under heavy rainfall which has created waterlogging in several parts.

West Bengal's Asansol witnessed waterlogged roads after heavy rainfall in the city.

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