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Bihar flood victims toll rises to 127, over 2 million affected
MSN India

Bihar flood victims toll rises to 127, over 2 million affected

The floods caused by spate in rivers Ganga, Sone, Punpun, Burhi Gandak, Ghaghra and Kosi have affected 29.71 lakh people in 4,222 villages and 146 talukas, the release said. The total toll in the Bihar floods, including the deaths on Wednesday and those in ... MSN India, 4 days ago
Bihar floods: Toll mounts to 61, over 31 lakh affected Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago

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The Hindu

Floods wreak havoc in Assam, Bihar

Rivers including Ghaghra, Bagmati, Koshi and Mahananda are flowing above the danger mark at several places. The floods have also damaged crops in 0.33 million hectares of land. Till Saturday evening, floods in Assam had claimed 29 lives, and ...
 UNDPI.org3 weeks ago Nalanda flooded, 6 rivers above red marks in Bihar  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Ganga, five other rivers above danger mark in Bihar, thousands affected  MSN News US2 weeks ago Nalanda flooded, 6 rivers including Ganga flowing above dangerous red marks in Bihar  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago

Ghaghra river breaches embankment in UP, floods several villages

9 August 2016||channel:India " --IANS" Lucknow, Aug 9 - Several villages in Gonda district of Uttar Pradesh have been flooded and dozens more are threatened following the breaching of Elgin-Charsari embankment by the ...
 Nerve2 weeks ago Overflowing rivers wreak havoc in UP  Deccan Herald6 days ago
Financial Express

Flood-like situation in UP as Sharda, Ghaghara, Rapti, Ganga hovering near danger line

Lucknow Jul 12 (UNI) Monsoon rains wrecked havoc in several parts of the Uttar Pradesh and rivers like Sharda, Ghaghra and Rapti rivers are flowing near their danger line. In reports from Varanasi, a halt on the increasing water level of Ganga was ...
 United News of India1 month ago Rains continue, river flowing close to danger mark in UP  Press Trust of India1 month ago Monsoon toll 11 across state, rivers rising to danger mark  Times of India1 month ago Rivers flowing close to danger mark in UP  The Hindu1 month ago

Eight killed in Bihar flood, toll rises to 127

Eight people were killed and lakhs affected due to floods in Bihar and West Bengal, where major rivers are flowing above the danger mark. Two boys are feared dead after they were washed away in flash floods in the Tawi river in Jammu on Wednesday. In Bihar, ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago Flood situation in Bihar, UP turns grim; 10 more killed  Rediff.com4 days ago 10 killed in floods in Bihar, UP  Deccan Herald4 days ago Bihar flood toll rises to 149, Ganga starts receding  Rediff.com2 days ago

Raging Ganga, Yamuna flood UP; Varanasi, Allahabad worst hit

The water level of major rivers, including the Ganga and the Yamuna, in Uttar Pradesh has crossed the danger mark at several places in the state. IMAGE: Cremations are being performed on the roof of a building as the famous Manikarnika Ghat is flooded in Varanasi. Photographs: PTI Photo At least 22 people were killed and lakhs affected in floods in Bihar even as major rivers, including the Ganga, were in a spate in the state and Uttar Pradesh. In Bihar, 22 people were killed and 23.71 lakh ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Rivers in spate, flood situation grim in Bihar  Rediff.com1 week ago Nitish conducts aerial survey as water level in Ganga rises  The Echo Of India2 weeks ago Nitish Kumar conducts aerial survey as Ganga water level rises  Financial Express2 weeks ago

89 dead, 68 lakh displaced as rains pound North & East

With the monsoon trough moving toward northern parts of India, overflowing reservoirs and swirling rivers in combination with lightning strikes have claimed 89 lives over the last few days in Assam, Bihar and Odisha, displacing close to 68 lakh ...
 Nagaland Post4 weeks ago Untamed rivers flow as lakhs take the blow  Chandigarh Tribune4 weeks ago Flood situation grim in Odisha and Bihar, as water starts receding in Assam  DNA India3 weeks ago No let up in flood situation  AhmedabadMirror.com4 weeks ago
The Hindu

Flood situation in Bihar grim, toll climbs to 91

Nawada village submerged in flood waters of Gandak river in East Champaran district of Bihar on Saturday. PTI Patna, August 6 With two more deaths reported from Purnea district, the toll in Bihar floods increased to 91 today with many areas in ...
 Chandigarh Tribune3 weeks ago 27.5 lakh affected in Bihar floods  The Hindu3 weeks ago Flood fury: Over 27 lakh people affected in Bihar; many UP rivers flowing above danger mark  Times of India4 weeks ago Flood situation in UP remains grim  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Mahad tragedy: 9 more bodies found

Nine more bodies and vehicle parts were fished out from the Savitri river amid inclement weather and strong currents on Friday. Searches continued for other missing persons three days after the Mahad-Poladpur bridge on the Mumbai-Goa Highway was washed away ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Rivers rising, low-lying area residents relocated

Lucknow: Close to 5 lakh people have been affected by floods in monsoon in Uttar Pradesh this year. At present, fear of floods looms large over two districts Balrampur and Gonda while government has adopted a wait-and-watch policy. Heavy showers ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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