News Topic:J&K Irrigation & Flood Control Department

Flood threat eases as water bodies recede in Kashmir

With rain receding, the flood threat in Kashmir eased considerably as the water level in Jhelum and other water bodies reduced, warding off the flood threats.

Water level in Jhelum below danger level, officials say

The incessant rainfall in the past 16 hours has increased the water level of almost every water body, however, it is well below the danger mark in Jhelum.

Ganderbal admin reaches out to self-immolation victim

District administration Ganderbal on Thursday reached out to the youth who took an extreme step of self-immolation on Tuesday at Haran, Ganderbal.

Young man sets himself on fire to resist building’s demolition in Ganderbal

A 27-year-old youth set himself on fire as soon as a demolition squad were about to pull down his newly constructed complex in Ganderbal district.

Train crushes sexagenarian to death in Qazigund

A 63-year-old man died after being crushed to death by a train on Friday morning in Nessu Badragund area of Qazigund in Kulgam district.

Rainfall to continue till Thursday: MeT

Meteorological department stated that the rainfall will continue till Thursday while as overall weather will improve from July 31.

No risk of flooding in Valley: I&FC

The incessant rainfall for the last 48 hours has thrown life out of gear in the Valley even as there was no threat of floods in the Valley.

No danger of flood as of now, says CE I&FC

SRINAGAR — Chief Engineer, Irrigation and Flood Control Department, Iftikar Kakroo said there is no flood threat in Kashmir as of now. Chief Engineer said,...

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