YS Jagan Reviews Anantapur Floods, Orders Assistance For Affected Families: AP
Anantapur region of Andhra Pradesh is flooded after heavy-to-very-heavy rainfall, following which Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy held a review meeting. Held on October 12, at the YSRCP Camp Office, the CM asked all the officials to make necessary arrangements, providing financial assistance of Rs 2,000 to the flood affected victims, In addition, three rehabilitation centres for flood victims have been established with relief measures… read-more
Tags: Anantapur Rains, Floods, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, Review Meeting, Relief Measures
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Several Parts Of Mumbai Waterlogged Following Heavy Downpour: Maharashtra
Following heavy rainfall, several parts of the city of Mumbai have been waterlogged, as of September 13. The situation was at its very worst in Mumbai’s Simon area, with water levels extremely high, disturbing life. Meanwhile, Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an “yellow alert” to Mumbai, and adjourning places like Pune, Thane, Raigad and Phalgar. Since June 1 to August 12, over 120 persons have lost their lives.
Tags: Maharashtra , Mumbai, waterlogging, Floods, Thane
Telangana Govt Issues Flood Alert In Areas Around Godavari River
Telangana Weather Department issued an alert in the districts on the banks of the Godavari River. The flood warning was in regard to the overflow of the Godavari water amid rains in the Telugu State. On September 12, Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao directed CS Somesh Kumar to alert district collectors and SPs about the overflow of Godavari river water amid rain and take the necessary measures.… read-more
Tags: Godavari River, Telangana Govt, Overflow, Floods, CM KCR
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Dunzo Services Affected In Flood-Hit Areas: Bangalore
Dunzo delivery app services have been affected in flood-hit areas of Bangalore. The company halted services in such areas, to prioritise the safety of delivery executives. Dunzo promises to delivery groceries in 19 minutes, and also picks up packages and makes deliveries within the same city. The company is reportedly operating in eight cities. Meanwhile, several parts of Bangalore are waterlogged due to heavy downpour, bringing life to a… read-more
Tags: Dunzo, Bangalore, Karnataka, Bellandur, Floods
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Pakistan Floods: 19 People Die In Last 24 Hours, Death Toll Nearing 1,200
As many as 19 persons died in the last 24 hours in Pakistan to the ongoing flood condition, on September 2. With this, the death toll has gone up to 1,186, since June 14. In the last 24 hours, 12 died in Sindh, four in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and three in Balochistan. Notably, the deceased include nine children. Also, the floods have hit over 80 districts wrecking havoc.
Tags: Pakistan, Floods, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan
China Despatches 2 Military Cargo Aircrafts To Provide Aid To Flood-Hit Pakistan
Coming to Pakistan’s aid amid the grim flood situation across the country, China has despatched two large military cargo aircrafts to deliver supplies. The aircrafts left from Southwest China’s Sichuan, and are capable of carrying over 60 tonnes of cargo. The aircraft is scheduled to deliver 3,000 tents and other aid to Pakistan. Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao said that China will continue to provide “much needed” help to Pakistan… read-more
Tags: China, Pakistan, Floods, Xi Jinping, Shehbaz Sharif
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Death Toll In Pakistan Surpasses 1,000 As Rain Continues To Bring Floods
At least 1,033 people have died and 1,527 have been wounded in Pakistan as a result of rainfall and floods since June, according to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). Nearly 119 people have perished and 71 have been wounded in the previous 24 hours. A total of 949,858 dwellings have been damaged or destroyed. Floods have affected at least 110 districts in Pakistan, with 72 of them declaring catastrophe.
Tags: Pakistan, Floods, Death toll, HEAVY RAINFALL, islamabad
Amid Pakistan Floods, Pakistani-American Community Leaders Says ‘No, This Is No Time For Party Politics’
Pakistani-American community leaders urged people not to give to Prime Minister's fund and emphasized that now is not the time for party politics. "No, this is no time for party politics," Johnny Bashir, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf branch in Washington, stated. The leaders asked the people to rise beyond party politics and focus on assisting flood victims. This comes after Pakistan government requested Pakistani-American community to assist… read-more
Tags: Pakistan, Floods, Pakistani-American community leaders, party politics, Washington
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Floods Destroys Homes In Agra; UP CM Yogi Adityanath Dispatches Team To Assess Situation
The Chambal flood has been a calamity for the Gohra hamlet in Agra's Bah tehsil, where 100 buildings have been wiped away. Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, dispatched a team of three ministers to examine the flooding situation. The villagers are surviving on higher ground in the river's ravines, famished in the lack of food and with no cover to shelter them from the sun's scorching beams.
Tags: Floods, Yogi Adityanath, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, Chambal
Courtesy: India Today
Odisha Schools Suspended For 2 Days In Puri, Other Cities Owing To Flooding
The flood in the Mahanadi river system has displaced over 4.67 lakh people across 12 districts in Odisha. Angul, Bargarh, Boudh, Cuttack, Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur, Kendrapara, Khurda, Nayagarh, Puri, Sambalpur, and Subarnapur are the worst affected districts. Meanwhile, in Puri, the district government has ordered that all schools, both public and private, remain closed for two days due to the current flood situation in the district.
Tags: Odisha, Schools, closed, Floods, Puri
Courtesy: Zee News