Varsity researcher warned about catastrophe in 2010
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.
Environmental think tank the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) on Wednesday blamed the flood crisis on badly planned development, mismanagement of the drainage system and an abject lack of d
The devastating floods in Jammu and Kashmir could be a manifestation of extreme weather events induced by climate change, the Centre for Science and Environment said Wednesday.
14 more die in Jammu as toll mounts to 184 in J-K
Modi visits state, announces Rs 1,000 crore aid
Omar tells people help on way
At least 50 people belonging to a marriage party were feared killed after the bus in which they were travelling was washed away by flood waters in Nowshera sector near Line of Control on Thursday.
LAHORE: India has agreed to re-examine Pakistan’s objections over designs of Kishanganga dam and four other hydroelectric power projects on Jhelum and Chenab rivers.
Admission comes after High Court seeks comprehensive report on sources polluting the river
The National Assembly on Tuesday unanimously adopted a resolution urging the government to take immediate measures for resolving the issue of construction of dams by India on the waters of Pakistan
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