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100 more Chinese soldiers enter Ladakh’s Chumar area

100 more Chinese soldiers enter Ladakh’s Chumar area

17 Sep 2014

Leh/New Delhi: Chinese army on Wednesday reportedly made a fresh incursion in Chumar area and refused to return even as a flag-meeting between the two sides is believed to have made no headway in breaking the deadlock.

Chinese army,   Chinese incursion,   Chumar,   Line of Actual Control,   LAC,   People's Liberation Army,   PLA,  
Poor, migrant workers worst affected in <strong>flood</strong>-hit Jammu & Kashmir

Poor, migrant workers worst affected in flood-hit Jammu & Kashmir

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi/Srinagar: The worst flooding in Jammu and Kashmir in over a century has left the poor and migrant workers the worst hit as they are stranded with no shelter or food. More than 75,000 people were still in partly submerged homes in Srinagar.

Poor,   migrant workers,   flood-hit J-K,   Jammu & Kashmir,   J-K flood,   natural calamity,  
IAF Chief carries out aerial survey of <strong>flood</strong>-hit Jammu & Kashmir

IAF Chief carries out aerial survey of flood-hit Jammu & Kashmir

17 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Chief of Indian Air Force Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha on Tuesday visited the flooded-affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir and carried out an aerial survey of these areas. A defence statement issued here on Tuesday said, "The Chairman, Chiefs of staff committee (COSC) and Chief of the air staff (CAS) Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha visited the flood-affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir, today and carried out aerial recce of both north and south Kashmir."

IAF chief,   aerial survey,   flood-hit Kashmir,   JK flood,   flood,   natural calamity,  
Bajaj Auto contributes Rs 20 crore to PM's National Relief Fund

Bajaj Auto contributes Rs 20 crore to PM's National Relief Fund

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Bajaj Auto on Wednesday announced a contribution of Rs 20 crore towards the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund to help relief operations in flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir.

Bajaj Auto,   National Relief Fund,   Prime Minister's National Relief Fund,   flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir,   Bajaj Auto Ltd Chairman Rahul Bajaj,  
J&K govt releases Rs 200 crore more to restore infrastructure

J&K govt releases Rs 200 crore more to restore infrastructure

17 Sep 2014

Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Tuesday released Rs 100 crore each for the administrations in the Kashmir valley and the Jammu region for temporary restoration of infrastructure following the massive floods.

Kashmir,   Rs 200 crore,   restore infrastructure,   flood,   J-K flood,   natural calamity,   rescue operations,  
Lack of effective <strong>flood</strong> <strong>control</strong> measures led to calamity in J&K: Experts

Lack of effective flood control measures led to calamity in J&K: Experts

13 Sep 2014

Srinagar: It has been revered as the lifeline of Kashmir Valley, but River Jehlum has in the last fortnight revealed its most horrific face, unseen by generations, as it ravaged a large part of Srinagar city. Experts feel that encroachment of water bodies, unplanned urban development and failure to put in place effective flood control measures during all these years are to be blamed for the huge impact of the calamity.

Jhelum river,   J&K floods,   J&K rescue operations,   Mother river,   Unplanned urban development,   Encroachment,   J&K CM,   Omar Abdullah ,  
260 J&K <strong>flood</strong> survivors arrives in Delhi; life returning to normalcy in Kashmir

260 J&K flood survivors arrives in Delhi; life returning to normalcy in Kashmir

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A train carrying around 260 Jammu & Kashmir flood survivors arrived in New Delhi on Tuesday.  Most of the flood survivors were daily wage workers from Bihar and Jharkhand. It may be mentioned here that after eleven days, life seems to be returning to normalcy in Kashmir but the extent of damage caused by devastating floods is still unfolding.

260 Kashmir flood survivors,   J-K flood,   flood,   natural calamity,   rescue operation,  
Over 2 lakh rescued in <strong>flood</strong>-hit Jammu and Kashmir

Over 2 lakh rescued in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Over 237,000 people have so far been rescued in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir and the train route between Srinagar and Baramulla has been restored, an official statement said.

Floods in Jammu and Kashmir,   NDRF,   Omar Abdullah,   Defence Ministry,   National Disaster Relief,  
Uttarakhand government donates Rs 10 crore for <strong>flood</strong>-hit Jammu and Kashmir

Uttarakhand government donates Rs 10 crore for flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir

16 Sep 2014

Dehradun: Uttarakhand's resident commissioner on 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.

Uttarakhand government,   flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir,   Chief Minister Harish Rawat,   Shankar Dutt Sharma,   Lokesh Jha ,  
Consider giving ex-gratia for <strong>flood</strong>-hit people: Supreme Court to J&K govt

Consider giving ex-gratia for flood-hit people: Supreme Court to J&K govt

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court asked the Jammu and Kashmir government to consider giving ex-gratia payment for people affected by the floods and to immediately take up the issue of restoring banking facilities in the affected areas. The bench of Chief Justice RM Lodha, Justice Kurian Joseph and Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman said that coupled with the rescue and relief operation, focus should be on the rehabilitation of people.

ex-gratia,   flood-hit people,   Supreme Court,   Kashmir government,   flood,   resuce operation J-K flood,   natural calamity,  

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