Water level of Yamuna River decreases in Delhi. Water reached 208.63 meters at 10 pm, reports news agency ANI
Heavy traffic congestion in Sarai Kale Khan, due to traffic diversions following waterlogging in different parts of Delhi
Today at 6 pm, the water level of River Yamuna was recorded at 208.66 metres, reported news agency ANI
Drinking Water Shortage As 3 Plants Closed Due To Rising Level Of Yamuna
As a result of the shutdown of three water treatment facilities due to the Yamuna's increasing level, the Delhi government chose to reduce supplies by 25%, resulting in a drinking water deficit in the nation's capital.
Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister, spoke of the need to rationalise water supplies to address a "acute shortage" while visiting the Wazirabad water treatment facility, reported news agency PTI.
Watch: Flood like situation in several parts of Delhi
Yamuna water to start reducing in 4 hours
Yamuna water level will begin to decline in four hours, and will reach 208.45 meters by three in the morning on Friday, said Central Water Commission
As Yamuna Causes Flooding, Schools And Colleges Closed Till Sunday; Govt Employees Told To Work From Home
As Yamuna causes flooding, schools and colleges will remain closed till Sunday and govt employees have been told to work from home.
Waist-Deep Water In Kashmere Gate's Hanuman Temple
"Almost waist-deep water in one of Delhi’s oldest temples - the Hanuman Mandir in Kashmere Gate," tweets a user and shared video.
Delhi Disaster Management Authority Meeting Begins
DDMA (Delhi Disaster Management Authority) meeting over the situation in Delhi due to rise in water level of river Yamuna begins at LG Secretariat.
Water reaches Red Fort
The water from Yamuna river overflowing reached the gates of Red Fort. Delhiites took to Twitter to share videos and photos of flood waters near the Red Fort.
Common people face hardships as Yamuna flooding causes deluge in capital
A rickshaw-puller pedals through chest-deep water in the flooded area near Red Fort of Delhi.
'VVIP' Areas Including Civil Lines Close To CM Kejriwal's House Flooded
Civil Lines, just about a kilometer away from CM Arvind Kejriwal's house, and a 'VVIP' area has been flooded.
Water enters Wazirabad Water Treatment Plant, Delhi To Face Water Supply Issue, Says Delhi CM
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal arrives at Wazirabad Water Treatment Plant. The Plant has currently been shut down due to the rise in water level of River Yamuna. "Due to the rising water level of River Yamuna, Water Treatment Plants in Wazirabad, Chandrawal and Okhla are being closed. This would cause water problems in some areas of Delhi. As soon as the water level of the river decreases, we will try to restart these Plants again," tweeted Delhi CM.
Approach road to Yamuna Bank Metro Station Inaccessible, Entry and Exit gate closed
"Due to the escalating water levels of the Yamuna River, the approach road leading to Yamuna Bank Metro Station is currently inaccessible...However, interchange facility is available," DMRC tweets.
Massive traffic snarl seen in Sarai Kale Khan area due to traffic diversion
Massive traffic snarl seen in Sarai Kale Khan area today, due to traffic diversion following waterlogging in different parts of the city.
Low-lying areas around Purana Qila flooded
Low-lying areas around Purana Qila flooded as river Yamuna overflowed and flooded a few residential areas in the city.
Civil Lines area of Delhi flooded, latest visuals from the area
Civil Lines area of Delhi flooded, latest visuals from the area. Several areas of the city are reeling under flood and water-logging as the water level of river Yamuna continues to rise following heavy rainfall and the release of water from Hathnikund Barrage.
All schools to be closed in areas seeing water-logging
All government and private schools are being closed in the areas of Delhi where water is filling up, tweeted Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.
Traffic movement diverted on some roads, check list below
Traffic Advisory Due to rise in water level of Yamuna and consequent inundation of low lying areas, traffic movement is diverted on some roads. Please follow the advisory to avoid any inconvenience. Check the routes below.
Delhi LG visits inundated banks of Yamuna and takes stock of the preparedness of agencies
Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena calls meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority today to deliberate on flood situation due to rise in water level in Yamuna river. Mr. Saxena visits inundated banks of Yamuna and takes stock of the preparedness of agencies.
Area near Old Yamuna bridge - 'Loha Pul' flooded with water
Area near Old Yamuna bridge - 'Loha Pul' flooded with water as water level of Yamuna river rises above danger level mark.
Area near Nigam Bodh Ghat in Delhi gets flooded
The area near Nigam Bodh Ghat in Delhi gets flooded as river Yamuna overflows and floods low-lying nearby areas.
Ring Road near ITO flooded
Water level of river Yamuna continues to rise. Ring Road near ITO flooded.
Yamuna Water-Level Rises To 208.46 metres, Low-Lying Areas Flooded
As river Yamuna has breached its 45 year old record and is flowing at its highest ever mark, the river is causing floods in low-lying areas in Delhi near the banks of the river. The latest update on Yamuna overflowing says that on Thursday (July 13) monring at 7 am, water level of river Yamuna was recorded at 208.46 metres. The river crossed the highest flood record of 207.49 metres at 1 pm on Wednesday (July 12).
Delhi Lt Governor VK Saxena on Thursday (July 13) called for a meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) to discuss the flood situation in the national capital. The meeting will be held at the LG Secretariat at 12 noon today. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal will also be present at the meeting, said the DDMA.