29 Aug 2014
Itanagar/ Kokrajhar: Incessant rainfall for the past couple of days has triggered landslides and floods in several parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.
27 Aug 2014
Guwahati: Over 12 lakh people have been affected in floods in 16 districts of Assam. Many rivers, including the mighty Brahmaputra and its tributaries, continue to flow above the danger level, the authorities said on Wednesday.
26 Aug 2014
Bahraich(UP): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said that no prior information had been provided by Nepal on the release of water that led to the flooding in parts of the state.
28 Aug 2014
Dehradun: A milk development council will be set up in Uttarakhand to promote milk production in the state by creating better coordination among milk unions and linking the trade with self-employment.
25 Aug 2014
Lucknow: Despite a marginal improvement in the flood situation in Uttar Pradesh as levels of water in rivers were receding, five lakh people in 653 villages were still affected across the state.
25 Aug 2014
Lakhimpur: Cloud burst in neighbouring Nepal and subsequent heavy rains there caused unprecedented floods in Kheri and Bahraich districts of Uttar Pradesh, state's Irrigation Minister Shivpal Yadav said.
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.
23 Aug 2014
Itanagar: Incessant rains and an unprecedented rise in the water level of the Subansiri have triggered landslides and flash floods in Arunachal Pradesh with the swirling river water leaving a trail of destruction.
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.
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.