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Uttarakhand CM Rawat makes midnight visit to railway station, hospital
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Rehabilitation of Uttarakhand disaster-affected top priority f...

People displaced by floods and landslides last summer spent harsh winter months in makeshift tents Union minister Harish Rawat who has now taken over as the chief minister of Uttarakhand has said that rehabilitating people affected by the flood disaster last ... Down to Earth, 2 months ago

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Badrinath, Kedarnath strapped for cash due to floods

Badrinath-Kedarnath Temple Committee (BKTC), a government body managing the two famous shrines in Uttarakhand, has gone for a cost-cutting overdrive due to severe fund crunch. On Thursday, the BKTC's executive body passed the budget for the year ...
 India Today1 month ago The faithful few return to Kedarnath  DNA India21 hours ago Flood fallout: Badri-Kedar temple income dips drastically  Times of India1 month ago
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Flood-hit Uttarakhand yet to install Doppler radar

Nearly nine months after Kedarnath tragedy which claimed 5,000 lives, Uttarakhand still does not have the hi-tech Doppler’s radar to get early alerts about cloudbursts and heavy rain in higher reaches of the state.
 Times of India1 day ago 9 months on, a drive to Kedarnath still means risking life  IBNLive India News1 month ago Shocking... Roads still missing in Kedarnath region  ProKerala.com1 month ago Roads still missing in Kedarnath region  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago
IBN Live

Uttarakhand eyes tourism revival after floods as it gears up for Char Dham Yatra

Uttarakhand, recovering from an unprecedented natural disaster last year, is all geared up to revive its tourism sector and pinning hopes on a good response to the annual Chardham Yatra beginning next month. The hill state, whose economy is hugely dependent ...
 IBN Live1 week ago Char Dham Yatra Bookings Begin  New Indian Express4 days ago Uttarakhand Tourism announces new developments  Travel Trends Today6 days ago Uttarakhand gears up for Chardham Yatra  IndiaPost3 days ago

Safety First

How ready is Uttarakhand, which witnessed a devastating flood last year, to receive tourists this summer? Venky Vembu maps the hill terrain Travel Advisory Kedarnath Downright dangerous Badrinath Most ready to receive pilgrims Gangotri Dicey road ...
 Outlook5 days ago Uttarakhand team in city to woo tourists  Times of India1 week ago Uttarakhand to get research institute, more Met stations  Deccan Herald1 month ago TN tourists set to travel to Uttarakhand  The Hindu1 month ago
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Uttarakhand govt orders repair of Yatra route in time

Chief Secretary Subhash Kumar trekked 23 km to inspect the ongoing reconstruction works on the Chardham yatra route in floods-ravaged Rudraprayag district, he was taken aback. At many places, Kumar found a series of such works were going on at snail’s pace, ...
 E Uttaranchal1 week ago Uttarakhand govt taking steps for smooth Char Dham yatra  Oneindia5 days ago Uttarakhand govt pre-occupied with rebuilding Kedarnath, other yatra routes neglected  Times of India4 weeks ago Chief Secy reviews flood-control projects, asks officials to complete work soon  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Valley of Flowers may not be opened this year as well

The Valley of Flowers National Park in Uttarakhand, which has been closed to the public after the mid-June flash floods, is unlikely to be opened this year due to lingering construction work. A view of the Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand. (HT ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

Countdown to Chardham yatra: Chief secy sees red over slow pace of work

Devastating floods on June 16-17 last year wreaked havoc in Uttarakhand, leaving nearly 5,000 people dead, adversely impacting the local economy Shishir Prashant | Dehradun April 6, 2014 Last Updated at 20:52 IST For years, he has been passionately ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Jolt to Ukhand govt, Cong MP Satpal crosses to BJP

Maharaj attacked the Uttarakhand government, accusing it of doing nothing for the victims of floods and said people were leaving the hills for the plains in search of livlihood. Senior Uttarakhand Congress leader and Pauri MP Satpal Maharaj ...
 Indian Express4 weeks ago Rawat government shaky as Maharaj joins BJP  Economic Times4 weeks ago After 20 years in Cong, Satpal Maharaj quits to join BJP  Rediff.com1 month ago Uttarakhand: Congress leader Satpal Maharaj joins BJP  Oneindia1 month ago
IBN Live

Three IAF officers awarded the Kirti Chakra

Comments - New Delh Three officers including an IAF officers who died in rescue operations in Uttarakhand flood victims, a naval officer who sailed around the world and Army Major killed three Maoists were awarded Kirti Chakra on Saturday, the ...
 AndhraNews.net4 weeks ago Uttarakhand floods: Three martyrs felicitated with Kirti Chakra  IBN Live4 weeks ago IAF officer who died saving Uttarakhand flood victims, a naval officer who sailed around the world and an Army Major who killed 3 terrorists, awarded Kirti Chakra  Daily Bhaskar4 weeks ago Three officers honoured with Kirti Chakra  Press Trust of India4 weeks ago
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