Cold wave in early January has caused at least 100 deaths in India and 18 deaths in southern region of Nepal.
The heaviest flood in over a 100 years hit the Prakasam Barrage on Krishna River threatening several villages downstream even as the toll due to heavy rains and rampaging floods in Andhra Pradesh a
Continuous rainfall in the catchment areas of major rivers (Mahananda, Kosi, Kamla , Adhwara group of rivers,Bagmati, Kankai, Donk, Mecchi, Ratua and Bakra) and its tributaries both in Bihar and ad
Beneath northern India’s irrigated fields and densely populated cities of Jaiphur and New Delhi, the groundwater has been disappearing.
A drought-like situation is developing in parts of India and Bangladesh.
Joint International Workshop of ISPRS WG IV/1, WG VIII/1, and WG IV/3, on “Geospatial Data Cyber Infrastructure and Real-time Services with special emphasis on Disaster Management” in H
Image shows anomalies in rainfall between July 14 and July 20, 2009. Most of India and Bangladesh are brown, showing that less rain fell than average during the week.
Over 300,000 people have been hit by flood in the northeastern Indian state of Assam after incessant rains ,reported the semi-official Press Trust of India.
According to official statement, the death toll in the heat wave sweeping across Orissa has risen to 31 on Monday(11/05/2009, Times of India reported).
Cyclone AILA ripped coastal West Bengal on 25 May 2009 unleashing storms that uprooted trees, electricity poles and thatched homes, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake, killing approx 30 peo
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