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36 people killed in <strong>Mozambique</strong> <strong>floods</strong>: UN

36 people killed in Mozambique floods: UN

26 Jan 2013

Flooding in Mozambique has killed at least 36 people and displaced nearly 70,000, the United Nations said on Friday, as residents braced for a fresh storm surge.

Mozambique floods,   floods in UN,   floods in Mozambique,   flood,   Mozambique government,  
World Cup: <strong>Floods</strong> hit Natal before US-Ghana game

World Cup: Floods hit Natal before US-Ghana game

16 Jun 2014

Rio De Janeiro: Two days of near non-stop rain have dumped a month's worth of precipitation on the World Cup city of Natal, leading to a flood alert and raising worries that the deluge could affect the US team's debut match against Ghana.

Ghana world cup,   Ghana captain,   Asamoah Gyan,   Fifa World Cup,   Soccer world cup,   Football world cup,   Brazil world cup,   Natal,  
 Uttarakhand tragedy: Blood samples of relatives to be collected

Uttarakhand tragedy: Blood samples of relatives to be collected

24 Jun 2014

Hyderabad: In a bid to identify the victims of last year's Uttarakhand floods tragedy, city-based Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD) with the state government is trying to contact relatives of missing persons and obtain blood samples for DNA matching.

Uttarakhand tragedy,   CDFD,   Blood samples victims of last year's Uttarakhand floods tragedy,   DNA matching,   Uttarakhand government,  
<strong>Floods</strong> displace over one lakh people in Sri Lanka

Floods displace over one lakh people in Sri Lanka

06 Jun 2014

Colombo: Floods caused by days of torrential rain have displaced over one lakh people in Sri Lanka, the latest government data showed on Friday.

Sri Lanka flood,   heavy rain in Sri Lanka,   Sri Lanka flood,   Sri Lanka government,  
Year after Himalayan horror, Kedar Valley still remains scared

Year after Himalayan horror, Kedar Valley still remains scared

17 Jun 2014

New Delhi: A year after it witnessed the deadliest natural calamity ever, the Kedar Valley of Garhwal Himalayan region in Uttarakhand is still unsafe to visit. Despite several promises made by the state government, the lack of machineries with the administration to fight such disaster in future remains a serious concern.

Himalayan horror,   Kedar Valley ,   Uttarakhand floods,   Garhwal Himalayan region,   natural calamity in Uttarakhand,  
Flood in Afghanistan kills over 50, displaces thousands

Flood in Afghanistan kills over 50, displaces thousands

07 Jun 2014

Kabul: Flooding in a remote part of Northern Afghanistan has claimed more than 50 lives and forced thousands to flee their homes, a provincial official said on Saturday.

Afghanistan,   Afghanistan floods,   flood in Afghanistan,   Northern Afghanistan,   flood in Northern Afghanistan ,  
African countries seek investments from India, list priority areas

African countries seek investments from India, list priority areas

14 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Several African countries have invited Indian investments in the agro-processing sectors of their economies, citing tremendous opportunities in value addition and exports of raw commodities.

Mozambique,   Uganda,   Zimbabwe,   India,   African countries,   investments,   agro-processing,  
Uttarakhand <strong>floods</strong>, rehabilitation are not poll issues: Rawat

Uttarakhand floods, rehabilitation are not poll issues: Rawat

03 May 2014

Dehradun: The Uttarakhand floods may have cost former chief minister Vijay Bahuguna his chair but his successor Harish Rawat feels that the issue will not impact the poll prospects of Congress as his government has taken a slew of measures to rehabilitate the victims.

Vijay Bahuguna,   Harish Rawat,   Congress,   BJP,   Narendra Modi,   LS polls 2014,  
Rain disrupts road communication in Arunachal

Rain disrupts road communication in Arunachal

13 May 2014

Itanagar: Rains continued to wreak havoc in several districts of Arunachal Pradesh with reports of disruption in surface communication due to flood and landslides pouring in from different parts of the state.

Arunachal Pradesh,   floods in Arunachal Pradesh,   Arunachal floods,   landslides in Arunachal,   heavy rain in Arunachal Pradesh,   ,  
Rain, <strong>floods</strong> affect tourism in Himachal Pradesh

Rain, floods affect tourism in Himachal Pradesh

31 Mar 2014

Shimla: Rain and floods in tribal Kinnaur district and massive devastation in neighbouring Uttarakhand in the June deluge hit Himachal Pradesh's tourism industry in 2013 and tourist inflow dropped by 6.30 per cent as compared to 2012.

Kinnaur,   Uttarakhand,   Himachal Pradesh Tourism,   Lahaul,   Spiti,  

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