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School students run along a street during rains in Chennai yesterday. Heavy rains lashed several parts of Tamil Nadu, including Chennai, leading to water-logging and traffic snarls. Several schools in Chennai closed early because of the rains. All schools and colleges in Chennai and Kancheepuram will remain closed today, officials said. The northeast monsoon brings most of the rainfall to Tamil Nadu.

School students run along a street during rains in Chennai yesterday. Heavy rains lashed several parts of Tamil Nadu, including Chennai, leading to water-logging and traffic snarls. Several schools in Chennai closed early because of the rains. All schools and colleges in Chennai and Kancheepuram will remain closed today, officials said. The northeast monsoon brings most of the rainfall to Tamil Nadu.

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Date:Oct 31, 2017
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