Met Forecasts More Rainfall In Next 2 Days

Jammu & Kashmir has been hit by floods a second time in the past seven months. But a modern flood forecasting system continues to elude this most vulnerable state of India.

Sonam Lotus, director of the meteorological office, today said there is no flood threat to the Kashmir Valley.

A flood alert was sounded by the authorities as the water level of river Jehlum crossed the 16 feet mark at Ram Munshi Bagh here tonight.

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Observing that “insatiable human greed” is bent upon to destroy the Jhelum, one of the “oldest rivers” in the region, the J&K High Court has directed the Chief Engineer of the Irrigation and Fl

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At least 150 villages with a population of nearly 2.55 lakh people have been hit hard by floods in Bandipore, Baramulla and Kupwara districts of north Kashmir.

Even though the waters of the Jhelum river have begun receding, there are still around over 100,000 people marooned in various parts of Jammu and Kashmir.