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Rains disrupt life in Northeast DC’s of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, Manipur, and Mizoram to take precautionary measures to mitigate the impact

The Meghalaya government advised residents to prepare emergency kits, avoid unnecessary travel, and stay updated with weather reports.

Heavy downpour & Hailstorm wreak havoc in parts of Meghalaya; Over 130 houses & 200 people affected

The heavy rain accompanied by hailstorm on Sunday lashed parts of West Khasi Hills, Eastern West Khasi Hills, and East Khasi Hills Districts, resulting in the destruction of hundreds of houses. This was reported by Matsiewdor War Nongbri, Secretary of the Revenue & Disaster Management Department.

Mikkarang waanichi ding•pretaniko komiatgen

Shillong, April 30: Regional Meteorological Centre, da•alko man•chape salbrina April 30 tarikoni May jani 4 tarikona, Meghalaya aro uni sambajolo donggipa a•dokrango mikka balwa...

Salgro salaram jolni dam 7 a•dokrango sal 5-na jimbee mikka wagniko IMD mikrakata

Guwahati, Apr 29: Guwahati-ni Regional Meteorological Centre-ni gita, salgro salaram jolni dam 7 a•dokrango, sal 5-na joljol mikka balwa ta•rakgniko u•iataha. Ia agansamsoani April 29...

M’laya-o mikka balwa ta•rakgniko IMD-oni mikrakataniko on•a

Shillong, Apr 22: April-ni 22 tarikoni 24 tarikona Meghalaya a•dokni badiaba badiaba biaprango mikka balwa ta•rakan baksana mikka kimpretanirangko niknaba gnang ine Sombar salo...

Meghalaya Rains: Two children among 4 dead in WJH landslide

In this landslide, one house was partially buried by mud and debris, causing damage to the structure. Unfortunately, four people lost their lives, which included the father, mother, and two children.

IMD predicts heavy rainfall in Sikkim, Assam, and Meghalaya in next few hours

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has also issued a red alert for Sikkim and an orange alert for Assam and Meghalaya over the next 48 hours, citing an imminent flood threat posed by the swollen Teesta River.

IMD forecasts heavy rainfall in North East this week

The combined effect of the weather systems will result in light to moderate showers drenching most of Northeast India over the next five days, that is, till Friday (July 7).

Meghalaya Weather Update: Very heavy rain expected in several districts

Also, severe to very heavy rains, extremely heavy rainfall, and thunderstorms is expected in Assam, and Sub-Himalayan West Bengal.

Assam: Over 37,000 affected due to flood in 10 districts following heavy rainfall

Due to heavy rainfall, floods affected large parts of Biswanath, Darrang, Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Hojai, Lakhimpur, Nagaon, Sonitpur, Tinsukia, Udalguri.

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