13 Jan 2014
Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government would soon disburse financial assistance to the relatives of those who died in last year’s flash flood in Uttarakhand, officials said on Monday.
24 Apr 2015
Kedarnath: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday slammed media for not projecting the restoration and rehabilitation work in the flood-ravaged hills in the right perspective.
29 Jun 2013
One of the most sought-after tourist destinations in the country, Nainital, is no longer safe from the threat of landslides. Concerned about the indiscriminate construction activities that have been going on for the past two-three decades, geologists have called for a complete stop to these activities.
02 Jul 2013
Wearing a white frock with violet flowers and her two tiny legs in a plaster, a two-and-a-half-year-old girl, who has attracted media attention after she got separated in the deluge from her parents in Kedarnath but was rescued, is not happy just clutching to her big bright doll.
22 Jun 2013
Amid ongoing rescue operations in Uttarakhand to save the survivors of flash-flood in the state, now it’s hunger and exploitation by local traders which seem to be adding to woes of the stranded pilgrims.
31 May 2015
New Delhi: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat today said that he has ordered an inquiry into the flood relief scam, adding that strict action would be initiated against those responsible.
29 Jun 2016
Dehradun: One of the famous pilgrimage sites of India, Kedarnath Temple's foundation is weakening and its front wall has minor bent, the latest study of Chennai IIT on the ancient temple revealed.
04 Sep 2013
Dehradun: With the June calamity extensively damaging infrastructure in Kedar valley, Uttarakhand government has decided to constitute a Kedarnath Development Authority to regulate the annual pilgrimage to the Himalayan shrine along the lines of the Vaishnodevi yatra.
05 Jul 2013
Inclement weather badly hampered cremation of bodies and removal of debris at Kedarnath on Friday. It also affected distribution of relief materials in over 200 segregated villages where people have lost their homes and are faced with acute foodgrains shortage.
02 Jul 2013
A man and his 25-year-old son have seen death and destruction from close range. Even when people were dying all around them and structures were falling like twigs, they had supreme faith in the powers of the almighty, and today they are alive to tell the horror story of June 17 that wiped out the entire Kedarnath valley and turned many areas into a ghost town.