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Modi reaches Jammu, to inspect flood-hit areas

Modi reaches Jammu, to inspect flood-hit areas

Jammu, Sep 7 (Indistan News): Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday arrived at the Jammu airport here, specially to conduct an aerial survey of the flood-ravaged areas of Jammu and Kashmir. Modi was received by Governor N.N. Vohra and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah. Accompanied by army chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag, Modi will conduct the aerial

Kashmir Valley ravaged by worst floods in living memory

Kashmir Valley ravaged by worst floods in living memory

Srinagar, Sep 7 (Indistan News): Unprecedented floods caused by uninterrupted heavy downpour for the past five days have wreaked havoc in Kashmir Valley, even as flood waters entered many more residential areas here Sunday. The floods, which hit the Valley Tuesday, breached a Jhelum River embankment here Saturday night, submerging Shivpora, Indira Nagar, Kursoo Rajbagh,

We will reach you: Omar Abdullah to flood victims

We will reach you: Omar Abdullah to flood victims

Srinagar, Sep 7 (Indistan News): Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Sunday promised the people of Jammu and Kashmir that help will reach them soon and asked them not to panic. The state is witnessing the worst floods in six decades. “This is an unprecedented situation and we are doing the best we can under the circumstances.

Floods devastate Jammu and Kashmir, Modi to visit Sunday (Intro Roundup)

Floods devastate Jammu and Kashmir, Modi to visit Sunday (Intro Roundup)

Srinagar/Jammu, Sep 6 (Indistan News): The worst-ever floods in Jammu and Kashmir in 60 years have left at least 107 dead, affected 2,500 villages as well as extensively damaged property, infrastructure and crops, officials said Saturday. The met department said the “worst was over”. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was briefed about the situation by

Congress urges PM to declare Kashmir floods national calamity

Congress urges PM to declare Kashmir floods national calamity

New Delhi, Sep 6 (Indistan News): The Congress Saturday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to declare the floods in Jammu and Kashmir a national calamity as party president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi expressed concern over the situation. Talking to the prime minister over phone from Srinagar, Leader of the Opposition in the

Sandalwood smugglers’ gang busted in Haryana

Sandalwood smugglers’ gang busted in Haryana

Chandigarh, Sep 6 (Indistan News): Haryana Police Saturday claimed to have busted a gang engaged in sandalwood smuggling with the arrest of five gang members and the recovery of 250 logs of sandalwood. A police spokesman said the sandalwood recovered was worth crores of rupees. The sandalwood was recovered from a premises in Sisana village

Visva Bharati case: Northeasterners march in Kolkata, UGC team visits varsity

Visva Bharati case: Northeasterners march in Kolkata, UGC team visits varsity

Kolkata, Sep 6 (Indistan News): Hundreds of students from the northeastern states Saturday took out a rally here, while a three-member UGC delegation visited the Visva Bharati University over the alleged sexual harassment of a woman student by three university students. A first-year fine arts student (of the university’s Kala Bhavan) was allegedly sexually assaulted

Modi to visit Kashmir Sunday

Modi to visit Kashmir Sunday

New Delhi, Sep 6 (Indistan News): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will Sunday visit flood affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir, an official statement said. Modi was briefed about the situation in the state by Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who visited the state Saturday but decided to go himself to see the ground situation, the statement

India, 23 other countries to take part in tsunami mock drill

India, 23 other countries to take part in tsunami mock drill

Hyderabad, Sep 6 (Indistan News): India, along with 23 other countries on the Indian Ocean rim, will participate in mock tsunami drill Sep 9 and 10 to test Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System (IOTWS). This drill, organized under the auspices of UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, is expected to increase preparedness, evaluate response capabilities

Three electrocuted in Odisha

Three electrocuted in Odisha

Bhubaneswar, Sep 6 (Indistan News): Three people were electrocuted in Odisha’s Jagatsinghpur district Saturday after a live wire snapped over their house during heavy rains, police said. The incident occurred at Murunia village, about 85 kms from here at about 5 pm, police said. The victims include an elderly couple and a 21-year-old youth. There