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Fifteen persons were killed and seven seriously injured when the vehicle they were travelling in, fell into a deep gorge in Pithoragarh district early on Wednesday morning. The mishap occurred at Tauldhar, about 6 km from Dharchula near India-Nepal
Heavy rainfall continued to lash various parts of Uttarakhand, especially the Kumaun region, leading to landslides and rising water levels in several rivers. Intermittent showers were reported in the Udham Singh Nagar and Champavat districts in
With chopper operations to Kedar valley getting hampered by rain, the state government is now exploring ways to reach the Kedarnath temple on foot via the 30-km-long Chaumasi-Kalimath route. The road from Gaurikund to Kedarnath via Rambara was washed
In an endeavor to provide speedy medical aid to the affected populace in the recent calamity in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh the Armed Forces Medical Services in sync with evacuation teams of the Indian Army have also swung into action.
there are still 61,890 pilgrims stranded at various places in the state: Rudraprayag (25,000), Chamoli (27,040) and Uttarkashi (9,850)...At least 250,000 cars pass through Shrinagar university town every month during the time the shrines are open.
Monsoon fury continued to wreak havoc in Uttarakhand on Tuesday with flash floods, landslips and cloudbursts claiming 54 lives and leaving 61,890 Char-Dham yatris stranded in Chamoli, Rudraprayag, and Uttarkashi districts. Twenty-five thousand people
December 28, 2012 Released this Friday, 2 Nights in Soul Valley plays on the strengths of sound and silence With an attempt to come out of the cloud of a comic character, Hemant Pandey, who is better known for his role as Pandey ji' in the serial
I enter the small hole that serves as the entrance to Patal Bhuvaneshwar in Uttarakhand, and realise that I have to practically slide down a mound of slippery stones for a good 90 feet. Though located at 1,350 metres above sea level, the temple feels
The floods ravaging Uttarkashi district have yet again exposed Uttarakhand's helplessness in improving disaster management and relief work even though monsoon wreaks havoc without fail each year. According to official records, 233 villages are
Uttarakhand Minister for Social Welfare Surendra Rakesh walked out of a high-level review meeting in a huff, saying aloud that the bureaucracy wasn't under the control of the Vijay Bahuguna government. The agenda of this meeting to review the