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'Rs 4.97-cr compensation released for Uttarakhand flood v...

The Delhi government has so far released compensation to the tune of Rs 4.97 crore for the next kin of 142 victims of Uttarakhand disaster. Zee News, 10 hours ago

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Flooding out the facts

The horrors of last year's June 16-17 deluge in Uttarakhand, particularly in the Char Dham area, are hard to forget. That disaster claimed over 5,000 lives with the authorities pressing helicopters into action to rescue over 150,000 people. But several local ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Surface temperature in India follows global warming trend  Indian Express3 weeks ago Flood in the northeast  The Hindu2 months ago March for a safer, greener planet  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Bengaluru-based Strides Acrolab builds 4 anganwadi centres in Uttarkashi

At a time when reconstruction works in flood-ravaged Uttarakhand is going at a snail's pace, a Bengaluru-based pharma company, Strides Acrolab, has completed the construction of four anganwadi centres in Uttarkashi district in six months. The ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
Indian Express

Uttarakhand tourism on a surprise boom

With Jammu and Kashmir ravaged by floods, Uttarakhand tourism is hoping to cash in on the upcoming Durga Puja holidays. The state is hoping to get additional tourists who otherwise would have flocked the Kashmir Valley during this season. "Current ...
 India Today2 months ago Flood warning sites yet to get govt nod  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Centre's policies are hurting flood victims  Tehelka3 weeks ago Telcos better prepared to tackle Cyclone Nilofar  Economic Times3 weeks ago

U'khand govt donates Rs 10 crore for flood-hit J&K people

Uttarakhand's resident commissioner Tuesday handed over a cheque of Rs 10 crore to his Jammu and Kashmir counterpart in New Delhi on behalf of Chief Minister Harish Rawat for the flood-hit people of the state. In keeping with the state government's ...
 Zee News2 months ago Rather discusses flood relief, rehabilitation issues with SERF  Kashmir Times1 month ago Sun Group donates Rs 1 crore for J&K Flood Relief  Chennai Online2 months ago Tripura govt donates Rs.1 cr to flood-hit J  Tripura Info2 months ago

Jammu and Kashmir floods: Rahul Gandhi demands relief package on lines of Uttarakhand

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said that the Centre should provide relief package to flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir on the lines of Uttarakhand when the state was ravaged by the flash floods last year. A package of Rs 1,000-crore has been ...
 DNA1 month ago Salsa for a cause to help J&K flood-hit  Times of India1 month ago Centre, State Govts should work jointly to rehabilitate J&K flood victims: Sonia  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago There is need for Centre to provide relief package to J&K: Rahul Gandhi  First Post.com1 month ago
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Uma Bharti Says Human Defecation Near Shrine Caused Uttarakhand Floods

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 Outlook2 months ago Kedarnath shrine yet to be repaired  New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago Cabinet Minister Uma Bharti says `defecation near Kedarnath shrine caused Uttarakhand floods`  Zee News2 months ago Twitterati Ridicules Uma Bharti for Blaming Defecation for Uttarakhand Flood  International Business Times India2 months ago

Uttarakhand floods result of climate change: Report

The 2013 Uttarakhand floods were most probably a consequence of human-induced climate change, a new report by the American Meteorological Society has suggested. The extraordinary rainfall in Uttarakhand in June last year has found a place in a ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Climate change may have caused Kashmir floods: CSE.aaxj{position:absolute;clip:rect(419px,auto,auto,419px);}Think the outset and payday loan affiliate program your credit at y News Date : Sep 10, 2014 Source : Agencies List of extreme events includes  Asia Insurance Post2 months ago J&K floods to have 'minimal' impact on LIC, says its chairman  Business Standard India2 months ago J&K floods to have minimal impact on LIC, says its chairman  New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago

In abode of God, the science of temple-building

More than a year after unprecedented floods ravaged the hills of Uttarakhand, experts now agree that the Kedarnath Temple escaped with minor bruises due to the extraordinary science in its construction. One of Hinduism's most revered shrines and ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

J&K floods: Govt deploys successful Google app to find people

Seeking to boost search and surveillance capabilities of rescue teams in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir, a successful Uttarakhand 'Google' application is being pressed into service by the government. The Google application called 'Person Finder' is a customized ...
 Zee News2 months ago J&K Connect Centre traces 6 from Rajasthan in Kashmir  Business Standard India2 months ago J&K floods: Now a Google app to find missing people in Kashmir  IndiaTV News2 months ago India turns to Google app to aid J&K rescue effort  Zee News2 months ago
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