Day 6- Manipur Landslide The death toll in the Manipur landslide tragedy went up to 47 on July 5 with the recovery of 5 more bodies. This includes 28 Territorial Army soldiers. An intensive search is underway for the 6th day to trace people who are still missing. Rescue workers were using sniffer dogs and radar technology to search for people still buried in the debris.
Day 5- Manipur Landslide The death toll in the Manipur landslide tragedy went up to 42 on July 4 with the recovery of 3 more bodies, including those of Territorial Army personnel. Of the 42 bodies recovered from the debris, 27 were army personnel while the 15 others included workers, railway employees and villagers. The Army, Assam Rifles, Territorial Army, SDRF and NDRF are part of the search operation. Rescue workers were instead using radar technology to search for people still buried in the debris.
The death toll due to the massive landslide in Manipur's Noney district rose to 37 on July 3. Three more bodies have been recovered from the debris. A total of 62 people were reportedly trapped. Bodies of 37 people have been recovered so far. Among them are 24 jawans and 13 civilians.
The death toll due to a massive landslide in Manipur's Noney district has increased to 27. 6 more bodies were recovered from the debris on July 2. So far, 13 Territorial Army personnel and five civilians have been rescued. 35 people are still missing even as the rescue operations are happening for the third day.
The death toll in the landslide that occurred in Noney district of Manipur on June 30 went up to *14 with the recovery of 2 more bodies on July 1. The bodies recovered are confirmed to be of the missing personnel of the 107 Territorial Army (TA) stationed at the landslide hit camp. With this, the total number of TA casualties claimed by the landslide stands at 9. At least 55 others, including several jawans, are still missing - feared buried near the Ijai river.