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The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (HMC) and the city police attended more than 1600 distress calls since Tuesday evening. The rains abated early Wednesday, but dozens of colonies both in the city and suburbs remained underwater.
The highest rainfall in over a century paralyzed the city and outskirts, plunging hundreds of colonies into darkness. With the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasting more rains, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (HMC) Commissioner Lakes Kumar has appealed to people to stay indoors.
Disaster Response Force (Dr) with the help of fire services personnel and police were attending to distress calls from people stranded in flood water. Meanwhile, the state government has declared a holiday for today and tomorrow for all private institutions, offices and non-essential services.
On Tuesday night, nine persons including three children were killed, and four others were injured grievously when the compound wall of an adjacent plot collapsed on 10 houses in Chandrayangutta area of Hyderabad Old City. Waterlogging and fallen trees brought the vehicular traffic to a halt within the city and on the national highways to Vijayawada and Bengaluru as well.
Prepared to tackle situation: Minister tells Council IT and municipal administration minister KT Rama Ran reviewed the situation with senior officials and asked them to shift people from low-lying areas to safer places. The government instructed the officials to provide food, essentials and blankets to the people in camps.
Rama Ran made a statement in the Legislative Council on rains and the preparedness of the administration to tackle the situation. He said people in many instances were not obliging the advisories of the civic bodies to vacate their ancestral buildings.
Hyderabad MP Aladdin Waist said 600 people from 170 houses in Bandaged area were shifted to relief camps. Sunrises Hyderabad and Kings XI Punjab is all set to pit their wits against each other in the 22nd game of the Dream11 Ill 2020.
Sunrises Hyderabad and Kings XI Punjab is all set to pit their wits against each other in the 22nd game of the Dream11 Ill 2020. As the day proceeds, the mercury will drop by a degree or so.
There wouldn’t be much of wind with 7 mph predicted by AccuWeather. Overall, there’s no change in the weather conditions and are expected to remain as usual.
Sunrises Hyderabad vs Kings XI Punjab, Weather report (Photo Credits: Accuweather.com) The ground has presented a couple of super overs and has been difficult for the batsmen.
Lying along the River Indus, it is rich in culture, traditions and history. It was the capital of Singh for many centuries, and used to be known as the Paris of India, due to belief that streets of the city were washed every morning with clean drinking water from the River Indus.
Hyderabad is now an important commercial and cultural center, and serves as a transit between the rural and the urban Singh. Noteworthy sights in Hyderabad include the tombs of the Keillor and Taller rulers, two royal fortresses, and the miles-long bustling and colorful Shah Bazaar.
Hyderabad's early history dates back to a small fishing village on the River Indus known as Nero on Not, named after its local Sindhi ruler Nero on. Later, Hyderabad was founded in 1768 by Keillor ruler Main Ghulam Shah Keillor on the ruins of Nero on Not and the city was made capital of Singh.
It started to expand, progressed and flourished, and obtained the nickname of Heart of the Mehran as the Keillor ruler Main Ghulam Shah was said to have fallen in love with the city. After the death of the last Keillor ruler, the Taller dynasty conquered the region.
The late 1980s saw a black period in the history of Hyderabad, as riots and violence broke out between the Majors and Sindhi nationalist parties, due to which the social fabric of the city was damaged. Hyderabad (Pakistan) Climate chart (explanation)JFMAMJJASONDAverage max.
Hyderabad has a relatively mountainous climate, somewhat more pleasant than other parts of Central Singh throughout the year. Summer and winter are the two main seasons, while spring and autumn are very short.
The period from mid-April to late June is the hottest time of the year with temperatures as high as 48.5 °C. Plenty of air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned buses and vans run to Hyderabad from other major cities of Pakistan.
Most trains travelling between Karachi and rest of the country make a brief stop at Hyderabad. If you're travelling from northern Punjab with both speed and comfort as a priority, the Karakorum Express is one of the best choices.
A ticket (berth) on the Karakorum Express in air-con class will cost not more than Rs 5,000. Other than that, plenty of trains (both economy and air-conditioned class) run from Lahore as well other major big cities such as Peshawar, Faisalabad, Multan, Quetta, and Rawalpindi on a daily basis.
Team or Shalwar Express have air-conditioned class so are best preferred for travelers from Punjab; other air-conditioned class trains are Khyber Mail for travelers from Peshawar, The Boleyn Mail is recommended for travelers from Quetta, although this train calls at Lori railway station. 25.381135 68.373533 1 Hyderabad Junction railway station ( ).
(updated Jun 2020) 25.36714 68.29775 2 Lori Junction railway station ( ). Smaller suburban station, a few long distance trains only call here.
Unlike in Karachi, black and white taxis do not operate in Hyderabad. These taxis are usually air-conditioned, modern and clean fleet which makes them the most comfortable, luxurious way to navigate around the city of Hyderabad especially in the blistering hot weather of Summer.
There are plans for metro bus and train systems to be built. 25.3844 68.3727 1 Hakka Vila (Hyderabad Fort), Make Shah Rd.
Hakka Vila (“strong fort”) was built on one of the three hills on which the city was built by the Keillor ruler Main Ghulam Shah Keillor during the 17th century. Though today the massive historic fort is badly maintained and deteriorating, it still is the most notable landmark of Hyderabad, and a must-see from outside at the least.
Most of the area inside the compound is inhabited by refugees from the 1947 population exchange. Later, the Taller rulers conquered Hyderabad and settled inside the fort, until they were defeated by the British in 1843.
The main gate of the fort is still there for visitors to see and take photographs. The park includes Edgar (an open-air mosque with beautiful pink minarets for the annual EID prayers), a zoo, lawns, children parks, jogging tracks, and a place with many eateries and food kiosks.
The zoo contains a limited selection of animals (monkeys and crocodiles, but no lions or bears), as well a large fishing pond. It has dioramas which display many aspects of Sindhi history, heritage, music and culture.
Some very interesting dioramas depict the lifestyles of the desert tribes of Thar and Khoisan. The museum has archaeological, ethnological, ethno-musical, photographic, coins, Indus-painting, and general sections.
Artifacts on display in the museum represent the history and demography of the region. Museum has plenty of galleries where replicas of people belong to different occupations placed showing their daily life.
The large and beautiful tomb of Keillor ruler Main Ghulam Nazi Keillor decorated with tiles is well-preserved, although its dome collapsed and has now been replaced by a flat roof. Cavalries Market Clock Tower Hyderabad is one of the largest bangle producers in the world.
Shah comes from the word 'Shah' meaning 'king', as the bazaar was first established by Keillor ruler who, when he changed the capital of Singh from Ahmadabad to Hyderabad, persuaded many traders to come and start trading at this bazaar. It extends from the gate of the Park Milo Fort in the south, to the Naval RAI Clock Tower.
Plenty of souvenirs, handicrafts, embroidery and jewelry shops can be found here at a range of qualities and prices. Another street market, focusing on women's clothing and jewelry.
(updated Dec 2017) New Haley Handicrafts, City Gate, +92 22 2613096. A large shop dedicated to quality handicrafts and souvenirs of Singh especially Array and Sindhi cap at affordable prices.
Western food franchises such as KFC, McDonald's and Pizza Hut exist in Hyderabad. Menu consist of Pakistani, Bar B Q, Chinese and Continental dishes.
A fine dining sophisticated restaurant come café with some very elegant menu consist of continental main courses. Midway Hill Restaurant, National Highway (Opposite Central Jail), +92 22 2610205.
There are many cheap lodgings and hotels at affordable charges scattered outside and near the Hyderabad train station. 25.4075535 68.3668287 3 Hotel City Gates, National Highway, Jail Road, +92 22 2611677, +92 22 2611744, +92 22 2611197.