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    Next week, Telangana will continue to suffer from intense heat.

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    The weather in Hyderabad is going to be hot, dry, and humid on Tuesday. This might continue until next week, and there may not be any rain for at least 5-7 days. The monsoon is not expected until June 21. Telangana is experiencing strong heatwave conditions, with isolated scattered rains predicted. This means that people will have to bear with the high heat for a couple of days.

    Recently, heavy rains caused damage to crops and property in Hyderabad and some parts of Telangana. In Rangareddy District, Farooqnagar Mandal, Chinna Chilakamarri, and Pedda Chilakamarri villages were affected by a devastating storm that lasted for around 40 minutes on Friday evening. Trees uprooted, power poles collapsed, and roofs were destroyed in the affected areas. The strong winds and heavy rainfall also caused extensive damage in Shamshabad, Chevella, Rajendranagar, and Shadnagar.

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    Chinna Chilakamarri and Pedda Chilakamarri villages suffered severe consequences. Roofs of houses and poultry sheds were torn off by the powerful winds, causing significant challenges for residents and farmers. Village leaders and concerned individuals visited the affected areas to assess the situation and provide support.

    The recent heavy rainfall in Shadnagar town caused significant losses for local businesses. Sai Teja Automobiles reported a loss of five lakh rupees, and Devi Travels lost goods worth around four lakh rupees. Business owners criticized the municipal authorities for their neglect in implementing a comprehensive plan to address the drainage issue. Local residents emphasized the urgent need for the municipal authorities to prioritize the improvement of the drainage system in Shadnagar town.

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