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River Ramganga flowing above danger mark, warn Moradabad Distr...

River Ramganga in Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad District is presently flowing above the danger mark and flood alert has also been issued by the district administration.Gupta Eye Institute in charge Mrs.Khurana told ANI, "The water has gathered in front ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Two drown in Ramganga

Two young girls drowned in riverRamganga in the district here, police said today. The girls identified as Kumkum and Maheshwari, students of class IV belonging to Hulaspur Gautia village drowned yesterday while taking bath, official said. The ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Uttar Pradesh floods rose to 53 as many rivers continue to flow over danger

Uttar Pradesh floods rose to 53 as many rivers continue to flow over danger Wednesday, 20 August 2014 | Biswajeet / PNS | Lucknow | in Lucknow With the death of 25 more people, toll in Uttar Pradesh floods rose to 53 as many rivers continue ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Floods in Uttar Pradesh continue unabated  Deccan Herald1 month ago Uttar Pradesh flood toll reaches 50  Deccan Herald1 month ago

U'khand govt alerted, security up in Jim Corbett Park

Uttar Pradesh police has alerted the Uttarakhand government, following which security in the Jim Corbett national park has been tightened as there is an information that Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) activists had slipped into the ...
 NetIndia123.com1 day ago

Climate cloud over Sunderbans tigers

KOLKATA: Sunderbans' tigers that lord over the archipelago and are counted among the most ferocious predators on the planet could end up with a rather sad refugee tag. Climate change scientists believe these big cats will become the foremost animals ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Real-time monitoring of Ganga

LUCKNOW: Salvaging Ganga does not only require spending crores but having in place proper planning and active monitoring. More than Rs 1200 crore spent on cleaning the national river since 1985 under Ganga Action Plan has not given desirable ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

NDRF deploys 53 rescue teams to tackle floods

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS The fast changing flood scenario in different parts of the country has triggered alarm, with the National Disaster Response Force mobilising 53 rescue and relief teams in ten States while keeping the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

30 lives lost, four lakh displaced in UP floods

At least 30 people, including women and children, have died and more than 24 have gone missing as the flood situation in Uttar Pradesh, especially in the eastern districts, worsened following incessant rain in the neighbouring Uttarakhand and increased ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Wooing the woods

Wildlife photography is on a new high with an increasing band of city folks falling in love with the wilderness and taking shots of the tigers and the elephants like never before. They call the jungle their second home and the big cat their first ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Real Time Water Quality Monitoring Stations

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and Central Water Commission (CWC) have installed a total of thirteen (10 + 3 respectively) Real Time Water Quality Monitoring Stations (RTWQMS) on river Ganga, Yamuna and tributaries of Ganga (i.e. Ramganga and ...
 PIB2 months ago
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