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Skeletons found in flood-ravaged Rambara

The Uttarakhand police on Sunday removed two more skeletal remains of the June deluge-hit victims in Rambara area in Rudraprayag district. Earlier, a skeleton was found in the area on Friday. Times of India, 2 weeks ago

Work begins to link Kedarnath with Rambara

The Uttarakhand government will soon begin work on reconstructing the 22km pedestrian road between Rambara and Kedarnath shrine so that the pilgrimage can begin by May 4. The Border Roads Organisation and the public works department will ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Rawat Govt Launches Several Development Projects

The stretch from Rambara to Kedarnath, which suffered extensive damage in the catastrophic floods in Uttarakhand last year, has been categorised as a very special zone for rehabilitation and reconstruction work, Chief Minister Harish Rawat said today.
 Outlook2 months ago Uttarakhand government launches several development projects  Jagran Post2 months ago

Two Highways Leading to Kedarnath, Badrinath Blocked

Fresh snowfall in higher reaches and moderate showers in plains in Uttarakhand have left two highways leading to Kedarnath and Badrinath shrines in Garhwal Himalayas blocked, raising worries about timely start of the annual Char Dham pilgrimage on ...
 Outlook India5 hours ago
Times of India

Fresh snowfall in Kedar valley

Fresh spell of heavy snowfall accompanied by incessant rain since Thursday night has again hampered work on reconstruction of the 9-km-long Rambara and 23-km Sonprayag trek routes to Kedarnath shrine.
 Times of India1 day ago

Uttarakhand govt taking steps for smooth Char Dham yatra

Dehradun, Apr 15: With just a fortnight to go for the start of the annual Char Dham pilgrimage, Uttarakhand government is giving final touches to preparations for the yatra route to ensure a smooth and trouble-free journey for the devotees en route ...
 Oneindia4 days ago Uttarakhand Promises A Safe Chardham & Hemkund Yatra 2014  APN News1 week ago Rebuilding Uttarakhand is top priority, says Rawat  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago


CHARDHAM 2 LAST Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. 500 sodium lights are being installed between Gaurikund and Kedarnath and 54 pre-engineered huts besides shelter homes with a capacity to accomodate 500 persons each are being built between Lincholi ...
 Namibia Press Agency4 days ago

Snowfall stalls work on trek route to Kedarnath

Heavy snowfall accompanied by rain since Saturday night in Kedarnath valley’s high regions in Rudrapryag district has hampered reconstruction work of the 9km Rambara to Kedarnath pedestrian track and 22km Sonprayag to Kedarnath track.
 Times of India6 days ago

Officials told to expedite rehab work

d to expedite the ongoing reconstruction work in disaster-affected areas, especially enroute to Kedarnath shrine, chief secretary convened a meeting with officials concerned at the Secretariat on Wednesday. During the meeting, CS has categorically ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

SC committee rejects 23 of 24 proposed Uttarakhand hydro projects

DEHRADUN: The Supreme Court monitoring committee formed by the ministry of environment and forests to study 24 proposed hydro projects on the Alaknanda and Bhagirathi rivers in Uttarakhand has published minutes of meetings on the MoEF website, and ...
 Times of India1 week ago Committee rejects 23 of 24 proposed Uttarakhand hydro project  Times of India1 week ago
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