With water levels rising in Srinagar and low-lying areas due to torrential rains, people in Kashmir have come to fear a September-like floods in... ...http://www.deccanherald.com/content/468665/jampk-facing-danger-flash-floods.html
Panic has gripped many parts of the Kashmir Valley on Sunday, particularly Srinagar, as nonstop torrential rains since Saturday evening led to a... ...http://www.asianage.com/india/no-flood-threat-valley-government-063
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Sunday said it would explore all possibilities to harness the 20,000 Mega Watts power potential of the state... ...http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-jammu-and-kashmir-govt-seeks-to-harness-20000-mw-power-potential-of-state-2073011
A shop owner salvage his shop items from his submerged shop. All photographs: Umar Ganie/Rediff Incessant rains since Saturday evening have... ...http://www.rediff.com/news/report/pix-heavy-rains-leaves-kashmir-reeling-but-no-flood-threat/20150329.htm
Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh today assured there was no need to panic in the wake of heavy rains in the Kashmir, as the government was on... ...http://news.rediff.com/commentary/2015/mar/29/no-need-to-panic-govt-monitoring-rains-jk-dy-cm/c9b51066d0528b72af210b90e305d6f4
Nirmal Singh is well known Management...