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Flood situation in Bihar remains unchaged

A population of over 83 lakhs is facing the deluge. However, in some areas the people have returned to their homes as water has partially receded from some villages. Six relief camps are being run in Khagadia and Samastipur where over 5000 people are sheltered. 1.6 Lakh people are being ... Read More »

Telangana: Godavary waters starts receding

Godavary waters started receding and normaly slowly coming in with present water level at 41.7 feet at Bhadrachalam temple town in Bhadradri Kothagudem district of Telangana. ​Normally, first level of warning will be issued if the water exceeds 43 feet level.  Just before 48 hours, water level exceeded 65 feet ... Read More »

Flood situation in Bihar remains grim

This has resulted in heavy water discharge from the Gandak and Kosi barrage. The River Ganga is also flowing above the danger mark in many places. More than 83 lakh population of 16 districts of the state is still affected by the floods. The relief work is in full swing ... Read More »

No significant change in flood situation in Bihar

The river is flowing above the danger mark at Patna’s Gandhi Ghat, but its water level has stabilized at present. The water level of the Ganga river in Kahalgaon is 31 cm above the danger mark, and its level is rising. Principal Secretary of Water Resources Department Sanjeev Hans said ... Read More »

Normal life resuming slowly as flood situation eases in Bangladesh

Flood affected people in Sirajganj, Bogura, Natore, Naogaon and Pabna districts started returning to normal life as flood situation improved there, reports the official news agency BSS. According to the latest bulletin of the Flood Forecast and Warning Centre (FFWC) issued at 9 a.m. on Friday, water level showed increasing ... Read More »

Flood situation in Bangladesh improves as rivers recede

Northern and Central parts of Bangladesh have been severely affected by the ongoing floods. According to the latest bulletin issued by the Flood Forecast and Warning Centre (FFWC) at 9 a.m. on Sunday, only five rivers in the country were flowing above danger level. Since the last bulletin on Saturday, ... Read More »

Flood waters continue to recede in Assam

Lives have started returning back to normal as the number of districts affected by flood stands at 6 out of the 33 districts as according to Assam State Disaster Management Authority reports on Friday.   However, the administration is working hard to resettle the flood affected people whose houses may have ... Read More »

Bihar floods: Situation still remains critical

A population of over 45 lakhs in 1,012 panchayats of 110 blocks has become flood affected. The standing crop of paddy in about 5  lakh hectare area has been destroyed due to floods. According to the Agriculture Department, however, an accurate assessment of the damage will be done only after ... Read More »

Liquid water on Mars may hold enough oxygen to support life: Study

The findings could inform future missions to Mars by providing better targets to rovers searching for signs of past or present habitable environments, researchers said. A team led by scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in the US has calculated that if liquid ... Read More »

Water Problem is Ruining Children’s Future

Dream of every child is to study and become someone who is educated, dignified, carries respect in society and is self-sufficient. It is fundamentally right also. But even before the journey begins, like a dream, it already ends like a dream for millions of children living in rural villages. As ... Read More »

7-yr-old drown in water tank in Pratapgarh

Udaipur : A seven year old girl died after falling in the water tank inside her house in Bagwas area in Pratapgarh city on Sunday. Her family members were filling the tank during the water supply time when the incident happened. Manvi daughter of Netram Meghwal was a student of class ... Read More »