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SDRF for city-centric advance warning system 16.6.2017 The Assam Tribune
SDRF for city-centric advance warning system
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United Nations seeks more resources for flood-hit Sri Lanka 16.6.2017 Free Press Journal: World
United Nations : The United Nations and its humanitarian partners on Thursday appealed for more resources
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JSW-The Times of India 8th edition calls out green warriors to apply for Earth Care Awards 16.6.2017 TOI: India
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‘Mission Flood-Free Guwahati’ a tough ask 16.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Shrinking banks putting Delhi at risk of flooding 16.6.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
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Orders placed for high-end boats: Short-staffed, lack basic equipment, say lifeguards 16.6.2017 Mumbai – The Indian Express
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Tamil Nadu: 21 retired DGPs drown in nostalgia over cup of tea 16.6.2017
Chennai: Twenty one retired DGPs dropped in for hot tea and a flood of nostalgia at the State police headquarters on Thursday evening following invitation from DGP T. K. Rajendran, who had wanted to set a healthy tradition and very warm one at that by getting the former heads of the force to come together now and then. “There were not just handshakes but lots of backslapping and laughter as the ex-DGPs recalled their great times together. It was just fantastic”, said an IG, who was among the large gathering of senior IPS officers invited for the unique get-together. It appeared that DGP Rajendran had thought of this initiative, the first of its kind in the state’s police history, after an incident that troubled him recently. A 1948 batch IPS officer T. N. Krishnaswami had mentioned to him some time back that he would like to drop by at the police headquarters just for a cup of tea and sharing some pleasant moments by the sea. “Being a very elderly gentleman, he passed away two months ago and his wish ...
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Rains flood Hyderabad roads, more showers for Telangana 16.6.2017
Hyderabad: The city experienced moderate to heavy rain  on Thursday, ranging from 7 cm in Bandlaguda to 2 cm in Miralam. Malkajgiri and Viratnagar in Saroornagar reported 1 cm of rainfall. Light showers were recorded in Madhapur, Asifnagar, Srinagar colony, Musheerabad, Golconda, Amberpet, Tirmulgiri, Begumpet, Balanagar, Nampally, and Narayanguda. The south-west monsoon has been active over Telangana due to a cyclonic circulation prevailing over south coastal Odisha and adjoining coastal Andhra Pradesh. Also, a trough is extending from this system up to South Konkan and Goa. The weather forecast for the next few days is moderate showers over several parts of Telangana, including Hyderabad, accompanied by squally winds and thunderstorm. As the system will continue to persist over the region, more spells of light to moderate showers with strong winds are likely on Friday as well. As the monsoon approaches, day temperatures will dip and the weather will be more comfortable for the next two to three days. ...
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Kolleru to get 5 TMC drinking water 16.6.2017
Vijayawada: The state government has decided to release five TMC water to Kolleru through Budameru, to address the drinking water needs of Kolleru abutting areas like Mudinepalli, Pedana, Gudivada, Kailaluru and surrounding suburb areas. This measure will address drinking water needs of around 10 lakh people in around 250 villages. The decision taken in-principle will be declared shortly, according to a senior bureaucrat. Krishna and West Godavari district collectors have done exercise on this issue and submitted a detailed report to the state government. Following the diversion of Budameru flood waters to Pattiseema, Kolleru Lake is badly affected and the abutting ‘Vannamei’, prawns ponds have contaminated Kolleru lake with salt waters. Chicken waste is being dumped into these ponds as feed for the prawns, which leads to contamination of the waters. Following representation from the people living near Kolleru, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu took the decision to release five TMC of water from ...
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NDRF trains officials of civil agencies to prepare for worst 16.6.2017 Hindu: Cities
Participants taught how to deal with chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear emergencies
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Veligonda project set to pick up pace 16.6.2017 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Collector inspects land survey works for head regulator
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Flash floods kill four in Assam, water receding 15.6.2017 Hindu: Home
About 15,000 rendered homeless in at least four districts
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UN appeals for more resources for flood-hit Sri Lanka 15.6.2017 World – The Indian Express
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ANU the emerging world-class athletic venue 15.6.2017 Hindu: Home
By the year-end Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU) campus in Guntur District will acquire all the trappings of a world-class venue, matching the standards set by the International Amateur Athletic Fe...
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Northeast states in crisis as flash floods, landslides leave thousands displaced 15.6.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Flood situation worsens in Manipur 15.6.2017 The Assam Tribune
Flood situation worsens in Manipur
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Patrolling equipment for Pobitora field staff 15.6.2017 The Assam Tribune
Patrolling equipment for Pobitora field staff
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Water level of State rivers rising 15.6.2017 The Assam Tribune
Water level of State rivers rising
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Centre keeping close watch on floods in North East 15.6.2017 The Assam Tribune
Centre keeping close watch on floods in North East
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Flash flood death toll climbs to 4 15.6.2017 The Assam Tribune
Flash flood death toll climbs to 4
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