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Rare bonding in Kolhapur as floods bring people closer to one another

In its latest count, the Pune Divisional commissionerate which covers Kolhapur and four other districts, has placed the death count at four
Residents help each other walk through the flooded streets of Sangli on Saturday. In similar scenes such as this, the collective effort of Kolhapur residents ensured minimum loss of life.(Pratham Gokhale/HT Photo)
Residents help each other walk through the flooded streets of Sangli on Saturday. In similar scenes such as this, the collective effort of Kolhapur residents ensured minimum loss of life.(Pratham Gokhale/HT Photo)
Updated on Aug 11, 2019 04:16 PM IST
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Flooded Dombivli grapple with disease as medical aid yet to reach locals

While civic-run medical camps were set up in some areas, Gopinath Chowk, Garibacha wada, Sarovar Nagar, Devichapada in Dombivli have been left unattended, said residents.
Heavy rainfall in Kalyan-Dombivli and nearby areas has led to massive flooding.(HT Photo)
Heavy rainfall in Kalyan-Dombivli and nearby areas has led to massive flooding.(HT Photo)
Updated on Aug 08, 2019 11:56 AM IST
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Waded through Mumbai’s flooded roads, tracks? Look out for symptoms of leptospirosis

When people walk through dirty water for more than half an hour, there is high chance of them coming in contact with bacteria that can enter the body through open wounds.
Doctors have advised people who have walked through flooded streets to look out for symptoms of leptospirosis.(HT File Photo/Used for representational purpose)
Doctors have advised people who have walked through flooded streets to look out for symptoms of leptospirosis.(HT File Photo/Used for representational purpose)
Published on Jul 05, 2018 12:44 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By, Mumbai

Mumbai civic body to use sensors to watch river levels and prevent flooding

Called flow level transmitters, these sensors will give real-time updates of water levels in Mithi, Dahisar, Vakola, Oshiwara and Poisar rivers, and Powai and Vihar lakes.
Low-lying areas around the Mithi river are prone to flooding every monsoon.(Praful Gangurde)
Low-lying areas around the Mithi river are prone to flooding every monsoon.(Praful Gangurde)
Updated on May 08, 2018 10:01 AM IST
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