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2009 Floods in India


About 2009 Floods in India

Floods created havoc in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, Maharashtra and Goa.

Updates on October 3, 2009

  • Flood situation improves. Andhra Pradesh awaiting the night to pass smooth. Kurnool, like in September 07, experienced heavy inflow of water from the Thungabhadra river.
  • Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh offers Central Government help to the states.
  • Only 13 helicopters and four AN-32 aircrafts available for flood relief and rescue operations in Andhra Pradesh. Lack on enough aviation facilities hampering speedy activity.
  • Traffic on National Highway 7 (NH7) connecting Hyderabad and Bangalore has come to a halt. 21:00 PM IST
  • Air, Rail and Road traffic to Goa completly hit. Konkan route of the Railways is hit completely.
  • Death toll due to floods in Andhra Pradesh and Karantaka put at 148. Kurnool town completly under water. Vijayawada getting ready for a panicky night. 20:45 PM IST
  • Thousands of people displaced by floods in Andhra Pradesh
  • Armed Forces launch war-like effort to rescue flood affected in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka
  • Floods caused by incessant rains continued to wrecked havoc in Maharashtras Sindhudurg district on Saturday, as hundreds of people were left stranded and acres of agricultural lands were washed away.
  • Rescue efforts on as flood toll in Karnataka rises to over 130
  • Reports say the floods in AP and Karnataka are the worst in 100 years.

Updates on October 4, 2009

Updates on October 5, 2009

Updates on October 6, 2009

Updates on October 7, 2009

Updates on October 8, 2009

Updates on October 9, 2009

Updates on October 10, 2009

Updates on October 12, 2009

Updates on October 13, 2009

  • Breached Teesta canal in West Bengals Jalpaiguri district has flooded many villages.
  • Flood situation remained grim in Uttar Pradesh, as a couple of major rivers continued to swell inundating the regions through which they flow.
  • A.R. Rahman Foundation will hold a concert in Hyderabad on October 24 and the proceeds from the concert will go towards the recent flood victims as a relief fund.

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