Tamilnadu badly affected by heavy rain

Tamilnadu, a South Indian state, is badly affected by heavy rain in various areas. The daily life has been disrupted; and the North-East monsoon rain is continuing. The rain water logging in the city of Chennai and its adjoining area has caused 55 deaths.
About 26 flights delayed due to heavy rain in Chennai.
— ANI (@ANI_news) November 13, 2015

The traffic services have disrupted in Chennai and everywhere is blocked by it. The suburb train service has been stopped between the beach station and Tambermke. The Vrindaban express has been canceled.
the flowing rainwater is on the roads at Poonamallee and Anna Salai . The movement of vehicles is fully blocked. The rainwater has barged into The Fort Sent George, the Chennai Railway Station, the office of police commissioner and Kilpauk Jolley and the downtown areas. The vehicles are creeping on the road.
the rain fall may continue next 24 hours according to the weather department. The school and colleges of 7 districts have been closed. The scheduled examinations have been canceled till restoration.
The water level in reservoirs is rising  at many places.
The death toll rises to 55. The chief minister, Jaylalita, expressing her grief over the calamity and deaths, declared the compensation Rs 4 lakh to every next kin of deceased.

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