15 Dec 2014
Guwahati: Assam Assembly Speaker Pranab Kumar Gogoi on Monday said he would refer to the Privilege Committee alleged inaction over non-utilisation of a two-year old flood relief fund for Sonitpur district despite his ruling on the issue in the last session of the House.
12 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharati directed revival of dormant institutions functioning under her ministry else they will be closed down.
09 Dec 2014
Peshawar: Vegetables from India have flooded local markets in this northwestern Pakistani city, giving relief to the common man by helping in slashing of prices by nearly half.
08 Dec 2014
New Delhi: The Jammu and Kashmir government's demand for a Rs 42000 crore package to deal with the situation created by the recent floods will be referred to an appropriate committee which deals with such issues, government told the Lok Sabha.
05 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Bollywood stars Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma have pledged to give their movie costumes to help raise funds for redevelopment of flood ravaged Kashmir and Assam.
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.
27 Nov 2014
Dehradhun: Doors of the famous Badrinath temple in Garhwal Himalayas were closed on Thursday for winters, concluding the Charm Dham Yatra.
25 Oct 2014
Dehradun: The sacred portals of Kedarnath and Yamunotri shrines in Garhwal Himalayas were closed on Saturday for winters after elaborate rituals held amid chanting of vedic hymns. Gates of Kedarnath, the most important of the four Himalayan shrines located in Uttarakhand were closed at 6 am for the season, the first after a devastating deluge ravaged large parts of Kedar Valley last year.
18 Oct 2014
Dehradun: The much-talked about meeting of Uttarakhand cabinet in Kedarnath will now be held at the Himalayan shrine on October 20 instead of October 21 as scheduled earlier.
21 Nov 2014
Srinagar: Lakhs of winged visitors from Europe and Central Asia have kept their date with the Kashmir Valley this time as the wildlife department worked overtime to ensure that they made it to the wetlands despite the flood devastation that had ravaged the valley.