The monsoon remained subdued in parts of North India on Monday, including Punjab and Haryana, even as the flood fury was unabated in Uttar Pradesh.
Major rivers continued to overflow, inundating a number of villages in Uttar Pradesh and disrupting the transmission of Doordarshan and AIR in Bareilly.
LUCKNOW: The Mirzapur forest division is facing threat from an elephant. While, residents of Madihaan range of Mirzapur are living under fear, forest officials, on the other hand, are trying to track the wandering elephant.
Lucknow: The forest department has come up with plantation targets for the year 2010-11. The department will plant saplings covering over an area of 55,000 hectares in the coming year. The plantation exercise will begin this month with the advent of monsoon.
Foggy conditions persist in many parts of northern region
New Delhi: As many as 33 people died in Uttar Pradesh due to cold wave as foggy conditions prevailed for the second successive day on Sunday in many parts of the northern region with some states also experiencing light showers.
At least 32 more people froze to death in last 24 hours in Uttar Pradesh as cold wave continues to sweep Gangetic belt engulfing the plains with dense fog bringing rail, air and road services to a screeching halt, official said on Sunday.
The Allahabad High Court on Monday issued notices to UP Chief Secretary Atul Kumar Gupta, Ganga Expressway Chief Executive Officer Ravindra Singh, J P Infrastructure Chairman Manoj Gaur, the District Magistrate and the Additional SP of Mirzapur on a contempt petition alleging that they were working on a project in Mirzapur in violation of the court