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Category: Dam Collapse
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Train services resumed in Barmer - Times of India 25.7.2010 Barmer News
Train services resumed in Barmer Times of India JAIPUR/JODHPUR: A day after heavy rain inundated railway tracks and hit train services in western Rajasthan, the situation improved on Saturday. ... and ...
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Monsoon fury leads to floods in many states 24.7.2010 CNN-IBN: India
Several rivers in Uttar Pradesh have breached their embankments following incessant rain.
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Rain unleashes its fury in Rajasthan 24.7.2010 IndiaInfo.com
Around 50 houses in a village near Jaipur were destroyed after mud walls of a check dam collapsed.
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Two wall collapse incidents in city, 1 injured 24.7.2010 Hindustan Times: India
There were two wall collapse incidents reported in the city on Friday due to heavy rains.
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CAG indicts Bihar govt for Kosi floods 23.7.2010 Doordarshan
The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India has indicted the Nitish Kumar govt in Bihar for not resolving problems at Kusaha in Nepal that led to a breach in the Eastern Kosi afflux bundh (EAB) causing massive floods in August, 2008.
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Drowning by destiny 23.7.2010 Mid-Day: Opinion
Recently, there was a report of two boys being washed away by the tide as they stood on the rocks near Bandra Bandstand. It is difficult to think about those rocks as life takers. After all, they have long been hideouts for lovers desperate for quiet moments in a space-starved city. Their nooks and crevices tell tales of sweet nothings whispered feverishly in that adrenaline-charged existence of young love. The Bandstand deaths are part of a spate of incidents in which youngsters have been washed away at a beach, lake or dam, especially during the monsoon when the sea is particularly fierce. His kidneys were failing and he was getting ready to die " one man waging a futile war against the raging sea These drowning deaths remind me of a ...
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Flood fear shifts 200 families 23.7.2010 Telegraph: North Bengal
Ratua (Malda), July 22: Around 200 families from Debipur have taken shelter on the embankment of the Fulhar after water started seeping into adjacent villages through a 250-metre breach late last night.
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Amreli receives maximum rainfall in the state 22.7.2010 TOI: Cities
With the fresh spell of rainfall on Thursday, Amreli district received 40.2 cm of rains as against its average of 68.3 cm, making it the district with highest amount of rainfall of the state.
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2 killed as heavy rain lashes Konkan region 22.7.2010 Deccan Herald: National
2 killed as heavy rain lashes Konkan region
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Patrolling ordered in villages along Satluj in Punjab 22.7.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Floodwaters cause havoc in W.Bengal, Gujarat 22.7.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Flood fear looms large over North Bengal 22.7.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Flood fear looms large over North Bengal
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The Local Touch: Financial inclusion in Pudhuaaru, Thanjavur 22.7.2010 ET: Economy/Finance
Banks have failed to provide that kind of access. According to the RBI, 292 of 626 districts were underbanked.
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Bridges washed away, gardens gobbled 22.7.2010 Telegraph: North Bengal
Kalchini, July 21: The Basra bridge that connects Kalchini block headquarters to the Jaigaon-Hasimara area was washed away last night along with 25 houses in rain-lashed Dooars where tea garden authorities have asked for army assistance to shift their workers.
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I-way or the highway 20.7.2010 Mint: Latest
India-specific cars and bigger investments: it’s clear that consumers in the subcontinent are being taken seriously -- and that India has become the latest hot spot for the global auto industry
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Russian woman caught for assisting spy not cooperating: Police 20.7.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Assam flood 20.7.2010 The Telegraph : North East
Assam flood
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Don't talk to Pakistan for the sake of talking 20.7.2010 Rediff: News
Given the repeated failures of such engagements, New Delhi should quickly accept the futility of talking for talk's sake with Pakistan, says Nitin Gokhale
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Break in monsoon causing concern 20.7.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Break in monsoon causing concern
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Ignoring flood warnings, Punjab, Haryana engage in blame-game 20.7.2010 TOI: Chandigarh Times
As Punjab and Haryana engage in mudslinging over the recent floods that have left them counting their losses and looking up to the Centre to foot the bills, the disturbing question is whether the two governments can absolve themselves for doing precious little in preventing a ‘‘manmade” situation despite forewarnings.
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