Flood situation in Imphal improves, water levels of three major rivers recedes
Flood situation in and around Imphal improved slightly as water levels of the three major rivers namely Imphal River, Nambul River and Irang River that passes through the Manipur Capital
Flood situation in and around Imphal improved slightly as water levels of the three major rivers namely Imphal River, Nambul River and Irang River that passes through the Manipur Capital receded.
Although, flood situation in the Greater Imphal areas improved slightly, but situation still remains grim and is far from being normal.
Meanwhile, breach of the Imphal River at Chekon area in Imphal East has been repaired. Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh personally monitored the repairing work of the breach.
The Thoubal district has been among the worst affected in the state where incessant rains since the last few days threw normal life out of gear.
Troopers of the Assam Rifles had to step in to rescue stranded people and provide them relief. The Assam Rifles troopers also carried out rescue operations in Irong and Maibam villages near Mayang Imphal. The troops also supplied ration to the affected populace.
Meanwhile, landslides triggered by incessant rains in the last few days in Manipur has put vehicular movement along the Imphal-Jiribam road at a standstill.
First Published: 14th June, 2018 19:32 IST
TOPMOST STORY NOW
Live Rebel Sena MLAs camping in Guwahati head to Goa￼29th June 2022
Live Protest erupts over untimely demise of a college student in Sikkim￼29th June 2022
Live Assam: 1 killed, another injured in Dima Hasao Road Mishap￼29th June 2022
Live Trinamool gears up for polls, Abhishek Banerjee inaugurates party office at Shillong29th June 2022
PM Modi’s agenda for COP26 climate meeting
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is travelling to Rome, Italy and Glasgow, UK, to attend the 16th G-20 Summit and the World Leaders’ Summit of COP-26 till the 2nd of November. He will pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his first day of arrival in Rome and will also call on Pope Francis in the Vatican […]29th October 2021
Northeast tops chart in India for highest loss of forest cover
A recent study by the University of Maryland has revealed that forest cover in the Northeast has undergone drastic changes in the last two decades and the region is responsible for the majority of loss in India’s forest cover. According to the study, the Northeast has contributed 76% of the country’s total tree cover loss […]25th October 2021
RS MP Rakesh Sinha encourages Bollywood to visit Whistling Village of Meghalaya
Rajya Sabha MP, Rakesh Sinha, visited the famous Kongthong village in Meghalaya, popularly known as the Whistling village on Tuesday. The MP during his visit, stressed on the need for proper connectivity to the village in a bid to promote tourism, as well as preserve the unique tradition of the inhabitants. Sinha who also met […]29th September 2021
Tripura: Man arrested for killing a Cormorant
A brick kiln worker was arrested from Tripura’s Khowai District for killing a cormorant, which is categorized as a rare bird species, on Monday. As per inputs, a cormorant pair had been wandering in the area adjacent to KMI Bhatta in Kalyanpur. The pair of birds was adopted by the locals to nurture the animal […]28th September 2021
Injured Barn Owl rescued by good Samaritans in Arunachal’s Pasighat
An injured Barn owl was rescued from APP Colony in Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday by youths active in forest conservation work. The rescuers, namely Talom Tako and Basant Gogoi took the injured bird to the veterinary clinic for the treatment. The duo informed that the bird was actually spotted by one Yayum Panyang. […]24th September 2021