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Assam: Floods situation improves marginally, around 18.80 lakh still reeling under floods

According to officials, with six deaths reported on Monday, the toll in this year's floods, landslides and storm in the state has gone up to 85.

Assam CM assures relief and long-term solutions

Chief Minister Dr. Sarma visited Palashbari in Kamrup district and took stock of the situation. He visited three relief camps, spending time with the flood victims to assess the rescue, relief, and rehabilitation measures being undertaken by the government.

Floods in Assam: Residents left stranded without aid

Many houses are still submerged in water and farming has been completely destroyed by the floods.

GH-o mikka waanichi a•arang be•e nok-jamrang bang•en nosto ka•ako man•anga

Tura, July 1: Robibar pringonin Garo Hills gimikon mikkarang dontonggija waanganichi a•arang be•e, badiaba badiaba biaprangode rama jal•langrang champengatako man•aha aro badiaba badiaba biaprangode...

Heavy downpour creates ‘artificial flood’ in Tura’s Daldagre Bazar, locals demand action

The heavy downpour on Saturday and on Tuesday morning has flooded many areas in Tura, mostly affecting low lying areas.

Monsoon Fury in Meghalaya: 2 lives lost, 42 villages affected; Garo Hills hardest hit

Shillong, June 18: The ongoing monsoon rains that have lashed the northeast region since June 10 have affected over 42 villages across 6 districts...

Cloudburst In Sikkim: Dam in Chungthang damaged, residents asked to move to higher altitude areas; Top Points

The Army on Wednesday informed that twenty-three Army personnel are missing in Sikkim after a cloudburst triggered flash floods in the Teesta River.

Assam: Forest ranges of Kaziranga National Park inundated due to floods

According to a official, 90 per cent of Agoratoli forest range of KNP was submerged due to flood.

Assam: Brahmaputra river flowing over Dibrugarh’ Maijan Ring bund

Dibrugarh, June 17: Assam's Dibrugarh has been facing a serious threat from the constant flood and erosion. Also, the rising level of Brahmaputra river...

Assam: Over 29,000 people affected by flood in three districts

According to the official data, Lakhimpur is worst hit after affecting almost 23,500 people, followed by Dibrugarh with more than 3,800 people and Dhemaji with almost 1,500 persons.

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