The dead included 37 women and 10 children, the District Control Room said. Mass cremations of the victims are being carried out at the village after identification of bodies by relatives.
The rescue operations, which have been hampered by rain and inclement weather, entered the fourth day on Saturday after the July 30 disaster that buried 44 houses, as hopes of finding survivors faded with every passing hour.
About 100 more persons still could be under the massive debris, district authorities said.
"The extrication work is progressing at a slow pace because of restricted movements of JCBs and other heavy equipment due to huge mound of mud and water," said a rescue official.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Patangrao Kadam said that the recovery of bodies could take two more days in view of the inclement conditions.

He said that the NDRF jawans were working ceaselessly even through night using power generators and search lights.
The state government has announced an assistance of Rs five lakh to each of the victims' families with an assurance of their total rehabilitation.

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