Assam and Bihar have been among the worst hit. TV footage showed roads and railway lines in Bihar submerged.
The retrieval of bodies from a building collapse in Cambodia continued on Monday, as the death toll rose to 24 with no further survivors expected to be found under the debris of the seven-storey Chinese-owned construction site.
A Cambodian court charged seven people on Tuesday, including five Chinese nationals, with involuntary manslaughter and conspiracy after 28 people died in a collapsed building on the weekend.
At least 10 people were injured when the structure collapsed on top of revellers around 2am KST (1700 GMT Friday), pinning people underneath, the Gwangju Fire Department official said.
One person was pulled alive from the flattened seven-storey building late Saturday, more than 12 hours after it collapsed in the beach resort of Sihanoukville.
At least seven people died Saturday when an under-construction building owned by a Chinese company collapsed at a Cambodian beach resort, officials said, as rescuers scoured the giant rubble heap for survivors.
At least three people died when an under-construction building collapsed at a Cambodian beach resort early on Saturday, officials said, with fears dozens more may be buried in the rubble.
Medium to heavy rain continued falling in the cities and areas east of the country for the third day in a row, accompanied by lightning and thunderstorms. This led to the fall of an Iftar tent of a charity in Fujairah, four hours before Iftar time. No injuries were reported.
Building collapses are common in India during the monsoon season, when heavy rains weaken the foundations of structures that are poorly constructed. Uttar Pradesh and some other Indian states were lashed by heavy rain last month.
The firm ran hotels, resorts and airlines for 19 million people a year in 16 countries. It currently has 600,000 people abroad, forcing governments and insurance companies to coordinate a huge rescue operation.