3 edition of Report on flood situation in Bihar, 1978 found in the catalog.
Report on flood situation in Bihar, 1978
Bihar, India (State). Revenue and Land Reforms Dept.
|Statement||Government of Bihar, Revenue and Land Reforms Department.|
|LC Classifications||HV610 1978 .B53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||73 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||79900739|
This is leading to a flood-like situation in different parts of the country. Bihar and Assam continue to be sensitive areas that have been affected by floods."The rescue operations are underway. Flood management in Bihar, Jharkhand and Nepal Deputed as an expert on Flood Protection and Control Measures by Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India when Bihar was facing unprecedented situation of High Flood for more than a month during flood season of the year Title: An officer in Non-Functional .
The flood situation in Assam, meanwhile, continued to remain grim as it claimed one more life on Thursday, taking the toll to 34, while over people are affected in 22 of the state’s * The flood situation in Assam, however, has improved. the flood situation in Bihar hasn’t improved and continues to be in the grip of the deluge. .
3 In Rashtriya Barh Ayog (RBA) has estimated state-wise liable to flood affected area “by adding the maxima of flood affected area () in any year to the area protected up to and then deducting portion of the protected area included in the flood affected area due to . 1 day ago The Teesta caused massive erosion this year as the ongoing monsoon flood passed its 51st day on Sunday making it the longest flood since Similarly, numerous barrages built upstream the Ganges in India made the treaty for sharing water of the Ganges through the .
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The flood situation in Bihar deteriorated on Wednesday as waters from overflowing rivers originating in Nepal inundated fresh areas and the 1978 book. Patna: The flood situation in Bihar worsened on Sunday as water from overflowing rivers inundated fresh areas, while a total of lakh people across 14 districts were affected, the Disaster Management Department said here.
No fresh casualty was reported and the number of people who died in flood-related incidents stood at The number of people affected by the deluge has. Floods claimed two more lives in Bihar on Saturday taking the death toll to 13, while the number of people affected by the calamity inched closer to 50 lakh as the waters of overflowing rivers.
Flood situation remains grim in Bihar, more than 55 lakh people affected According to a bulletin issued by the disaster management department, no fresh loss of life was reported from the 14 flood. The flood situation in Bihar worsened on Sunday as water from overflowing rivers inundated fresh areas, while a total of lakh people across 14 districts were affected, the Disaster.
3 hours ago In Bihar, the floods have affected lakh people in 16 districts. So far, 25 people have died in flood-related incidents. The water level in Ganga continued to rise on Monday, increasing by cm in Buxar, Munger, Bhagalpur, Kahalgaon, and at Digha Ghat in Patna, as per a bulletin issued by the state Water Resources Department.
The flood havoc in Bihar is continuously worsening as people in 12 districts are bearing the brunt of floods due to overflow in almost all major rivers and tributaries in the state.
Over 38 lakh people of the state are affected by the floods, while 11 people have died so far in various incidents. Bihar floods: 1978 book districts have been badly affected & more than 10 lakh people have been displaced. People vacate their homes & move to safer places including state highways & national highways.
Take a look at this ground report by TIMES NOW's Shyam Sundar from Darbhanga district. Bihar is India's most flood-prone state, with 76% population in the North Bihar living under the recurring threat of flood devastation.
Bihar makes up % of India's flood affected area and % of India's flood affected population. About % of Bihar's geographical area, ie 68, square kilometres (26, sq mi) out of 94, square kilometres (36, sq mi), is flood affected.
Relevantly, the flood situation in Bihar remained grim as 87, more people were affected by the deluge. The total number of flood-affected people in. Torrential rain in the catchment areas of Bihar and Nepal has aggravated the flood situation in the state with almost all major rivers flowing above the danger mark.
Nearly 25 lakh people have been displaced in the state. Despite relief and rescue operations by the Bihar government people are in dire straits.
Traffic has been affected in many. As per official reports, 12 teams have been deployed in Assam and 19 in Bihar to deal with the flood situation. There are seven teams in Maharashtra, nine in Gujarat, four teams in Karnataka, six teams each in UP and West Bengal.
One team each has been deputed in Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Manipur, Rajasthan, Sikkim and Tripura. The flood situation in Bihar worsened as the water entered fresh areas, affecting o more people in 16 districts, taking the number of flood victims to more than 75 lakh, a bulletin by.
Read more about Flood situation worsens in Bihar; 2 more die, close to 5 million affected on Business Standard. Floods claimed two more lives in Bihar taking the death toll to 13, as the waters of overflowing rivers reach fresh areas of the state's northern part. The flood situation is worsening day by day.
Thousands of people have lost their homes in the floods amidst the government claims of flood protection measures undertaken. An official from the Disaster Management Department who is monitoring the flood situation says, "So far, 56,53, people have been affected by the floods and the flood has.
Titled ‘Bihar-Assam flood: Death toll mount to ’, the report carried the same image. The image is credited to news agency PTI and captioned as ‘A view of a submerged village, in flood. Bihar also receives heavy rainfall all through June to October. The state of Bihar has been facing floods since for a long time.
It accounts for almost half of India’s average annual flood losses. In the yearBengal and Bihar faced floods. In the yearBihar was shaken by an earthquake which was again followed by floods.
Situation • The flood situation in Bihar has improved with major rivers maintaining a receding trend. No discharge of flood water from the Valmiki barrage in Nepal in the last 3 days has brought relief for the people of the flood affected districts of Bihar.
There has not been any significant rain in the. The onset on monsoon in about 48 hours has had Bihar stare at a twin problem — floods and the ensuing novel coronavirus disease (COVID) pandemic. Monsoon is set to enter the state in less than two days, according to a state meteorological department report.
The fear of flood, compounded by rising COVID cases, has officials on their toes. On the flood situation in Bihar and Assam, Central Water Commission Chairman RK Jain has said that the situation is still worrying.
There has been a slight decrease in rain, but still. For instance, inRBA asked the programme evaluation organisation of the erstwhile Planning Commission to review the Kosi embankments. The study, published inconcluded that embankments had, in fact, enhanced the flood problem.
But the embankments were raised by two metres inand remain aggravate the flood situation in Bihar.Flood-prone Bihar. The state’s most severe flood-related disaster occurred in when the Kosi breached its mud embankment at Kusaha in Nepal, leaving around five million settled in five north Bihar districts homeless for months.
Bihar’s topography is marked by a number of perennial and non-perennial rivers, said the report. Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting on Aug through video-conference with Chief Ministers of Assam, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala to review their.