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22 Sep 2017 description

Shri J P Nadda, Minister for Health & Family Welfare and Chairman of the Indian Red Cross Society released relief supplies for flood affected states of Assam, Gujarat and Manipur today i.e. 2 August at 1.00 pm from the IRCS Headquarters. Speaking on the occasion Shri Nadda said, “To supplement the ongoing relief operations by the Assam, Gujarat & Manipur state branches, IRCS, NHQ, based on the request of the branch and assessment of the needs and situation is releasing relief items worth Rs Rs.3,12,65,290.

21 Sep 2017 description
report Government of India
  1. Highlights of Situation report given by SEOCs

As per situation report received from SEOCs, during last 24 hours due to heavy rainfall the following damages have been reported:

i. Assam: District affected Nil, Human lives lost-Nil.

ii. Uttar Pradesh: District affected 01, Human lives lost -Nil.

  1. Forecasting:

a) CWC

According to the Central Water Commission (CWC) report dated 20/09/2017 received at 1400 hrs, there is no unprecedented flood and high flood. 01 Moderate flood site at Assam in the country.

20 Sep 2017 description
report Government of India

Heavy rains coupled with thunder and lightning lashed Mumbai Tuesday afternoon, slowing down movement of vehicular traffic and suburban trains.

Rains continued through the night till Wednesday morning. The city is fearing a repeat of the massive floods last month that brought Mumbai to a halt as most part of the city went under floodwaters and slush.

19 Sep 2017 description
report Government of India

A day after torrential rain wreaked havoc across Kerala, there was a general respite from heavy showers on Monday.

However, some high range areas and interior parts of the southern state continued to receive heavy rains for the second consecutive day, causing uprooting of trees and traffic snarls on roads.

Meanwhile, the Southern naval command at Kochi is on high alert to face any contingency arising because of incessant rains in the state in recent days.

19 Sep 2017 description
report Government of India
  1. Highlights of Situation report given by SEOCs

As per situation report received from SEOCs, during last 24 hours due to heavy rainfall the following damages have been reported:

i. Assam: District affected 01, Human lives lost-Nil.

ii. Uttar Pradesh: District affected 01, Human lives lost -Nil.

  1. Forecasting:

a) CWC

18 Sep 2017 description

The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region has accepted the advice of the Disaster Relief Fund Advisory Committee and approved from the Disaster Relief Fund two grants totalling $6.011 million to two agencies for providing relief to flood victims in Bihar, India.

17 Sep 2017 description
report Government of India
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  1. Highlights of Situation report given by SEOCs

As per situation report received from SEOCs, during last 24 hours due to heavy rainfall the following damages have been reported:

i. Assam: District affected 01, Human lives lost-Nil.

ii. Uttar Pradesh: District affected 01, Human lives lost Nil.

  1. Forecasting:

a) CWC

15 Sep 2017 description
report Government of India

Highlights of the past week

  • The monsoon trough was close to foothills of Himalayas or north of its normal position during the week.

  • South Peninsula region received above normal rainfall (26% above the Long Period Average (LPA)) during the week.

  • All the sub-divisions of northeast India the week

14 Sep 2017 description

FOOD SECURITY SNAPSHOT

  • Prospects for 2017 main season crops are favourable, despite floods in northern areas

  • Rice prices stable, while those of wheat decrease

  • Overall food security satisfactory, but impact of floods heighten concerns for affected households

Prospects for 2017 main season crops favourable, despite floods

14 Sep 2017 description
report Times of India

Amit Bhattacharya | TNN | Updated: Sep 14, 2017, 08:30 IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The monsoon deficit in west UP stands at 37%, highest for any subdivision in the country.

  • IMD believes the 2nd half of Sept could bring better rains in central India.

  • Situation in northwest may not change much, there are indications that central India may get some rain in the next couple of weeks.

14 Sep 2017 description
report Government of India

1 . Highlights of Situation report given by SEOCs

As per situation report received from SEOCs, during last 24 hours due to heavy rainfall the following damages have been reported:

i. Assam: District affected 04, Human lives lost-Nil.

ii. West Bengal: District affected Nil, Human lives lost- Nil.

iii. Uttar Pradesh: District affected 03, Human lives lost 01.

iv. Bihar: District affected Nil, Human lives lost-Nil.

2 . Forecasting:

a) CWC

13 Sep 2017 description
report ACT Alliance

The current floods in Assam have been termed the worst since 1998. The third wave of floods has claimed 67 lives so far in Assam. The total number of deaths in this year’s flood- related incidents has gone up to 151 in the state. Incessant rains leading to floods have wreaked havoc in 25 of the 32 districts of Assam. In Morigaon district, which has been hit hardest, 5.21 lakh people have been marooned while 4.67 lakh people are affected in Barpeta district.