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New Delhi: Fresh spells of rain lashed parts of the national capital in the mid hours of Saturday bringing down the temperature in the city.
Visuals from near India Gate show cars, autorickshaws and scooter-borne riders traversing the wet roads through the rains.
The rainfall comes as a major relief for the people of the city from the week-long sultry heat. Various areas of Delhi including RK Puram, Lok Kalyan Marg, and India Gate witnessed fresh showers.
Earlier in the day, a team of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) evacuated as many as six people stranded in the Ambajhari Lake area following heavy rainfall in parts of Nagpur city in Maharashtra.
Waterlogging was also reported at Canal Road Ramdaspeth in Nagpur where locals were stuck in their houses as flood waters gushed into their homes.
Visuals showed low-lying areas, homes and roads inundated in rain waters.
The Regional Meteorological Center, Mumbai had predicted heavy rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms over part of Konkan and ghat areas of Madhya in Maharashtra for three days ending today.