While the flood waters receded in Bongaigaon and Sivsagar districts, fresh inundation occurred at a dozen villages in Nagaon even as four districts continued to reel under the impact of floods in A

With no sign of relief from flood waters in Assam, the situation continued to remain critical as 27 more villages were submerged on Thursday.

With this, about 1.2 lakh people have been affected in nearly 450 villages, official sources said. According to Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), 27 villages are affected in five districts — Dhemaji, Chirang, Lakhimpur, Jorhat and Sivasagar.

Flooded rivers have submerged 80 more villages in Assam, taking the number of such villages to 300, and damaged roads and embankment in the state, officials said on Monday.

Over 25 villages were flooded in the district affecting thousands of people

Assam's flood situation remained critical today with 11 districts reeling under the water of the swollen Brahmaputra and its tributaries affecting over one lakh people.

In all, 14,301 persons in 52 villages under four revenue circles of the two districts of Dhemaji and Nagaon were affected by flood during the past 24 hours, said the daily flood report of the Assam

The rain-fed mighty Brahmaputra and its tributaries flowing above the danger level across Assam have hit nearly one lakh people inundating human habitations and farm land in ten districts.

The first wave of floods in Assam has claimed one life, affected nearly 68,000 people, submerged rhino habitats at Kaziranga and Pobitora and overrun vast tracks of human habitation and farm land.

A 12-year old boy was dragged away by the high current of the Brahmaputra at Jengpuri village in Morigaon district yesterday and his body was recovered today, official sources said.

Dhemaji (Assam): Assam has been hit by floods with 25 villages in flood-prone Dhemaji district inundated on Wednesday, official sources said.

In a development which will go a long way in disaster management and mitigation, the North Eastern Space Applications Centre (NESAC), located at Umiam, Ri–Bhoi district of Meghalaya will develope a

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