No casualty was reported due to the landslides which occurred in West Kameng district following heavy rain on Friday and Saturday.
Two people, who were injured, have been airlifted to Dharchula town for treatment. Search operations were progressing as of Monday night.
In one region of the western province of Shaanxi, 24 millimeters (9 1/2 inches) of rain fell over the weekend, according to CNS.
According to data from Uttarakhand State Disaster Management Department, there were 33 landslide incidents in the state in 2015, claiming 12 lives.
On Friday, two passengers of an HRTC bus were injured when the shooting stones fell on the bus near the areas where the landslide struck.
This is for the first time a landslide has blocked flow of the river. As a precautionary measure, villages along the river are on alert and people have been evacuated from the low-lying areas.
Residents of some villages downstream were also evacuated as a precautionary measure, State Disaster Management Director Sudesh Kumar Mokhta said.
Rescue operations resumed this morning to trace the 15 others still missing in the landslide that occurred near Chaura village in the district on Wednesday.
The disaster struck as firefighters in southwest Turkey worked to extinguish a wildfire in Mugla province, an area popular with tourists that runs along the Aegean Sea.
The rescue operation is being carried out jointly by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and the members of local police and home guards.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to the Himachal Pradesh chief minister to enquire about the landslide in the state, an official from the ministry said.
Ten people were killed, 13 rescued and several others feared buried under debris after a landslide trapped a bus and other vehicles in Kinnaur.
The Opposition on Monday put the state government on the back foot over the tardy pace of rehabilitation of the victims of back-to-back floods and landslides.
Nidhi Chaudhari, Raigad District collector said the villagers told the administration that they will not go back to where their houses stood.
The landslide took place in the Indira Nagar locality following which huge stones rolled down a hillock in the area.