The Jammu-Srinagar national highway remained closed for the third consecutive day on Thursday due to multiple landslides triggered by incessant rains.
According to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority, close to 51.25 lakh people are still affected in 4,374 villages of 29 districts and cropland affected was in 97,368.50 hectares.
Seeking to broaden the stir, the Samyukta Kisan Morach (SKM) said it would hold a countrywide protest against the scheme on June 24.
An official said that of the 12 trains cancelled are Kolkata-Jaynagar Express, Kolkata-Azamgarh Express, Doon Express and Sealdah-Ajmer Express.
Sources in Dharmapuri railway station said the revised schedule comes into effect on June 20.
Even as the members of his family are battling the devastating Assam floods and stranded at home, Captain Rupam Das saved over a hundred lives.
Asked to bat first, India were 28 for two when the heavens opened up again as openers Ruturaj Gaikwad and Ishan Kishan were the two batters dismissed.
Light to moderate rain is likely to occur at a few places with isolated thunderstorms and lightning over Tamilnadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal area for June 20 to 23, IMD added.
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So far, 54 people lost their lives in the floods as well as landslides. Cropland affected was in areas of 43,338 hectares.
KSR Bengaluru - Danapur Sanghamitra Express that left Bengaluru at 9.10 am on Friday was terminated at Chennai Central and the train was partially cancelled between Perambur and Danapur.
The deaths were reported from three districts – East Khasi Hill, South West Khasi Hills, and South Garo Hills.
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Coaches of three running trains in the ECR and one empty rake in Kulharia were damaged by violent protestors. Damages to fixed asset are difficult to be assessed at the moment, railway officials said.
In the coastal Andhra districts, Koyyalagudem reported the highest of 9.6 cm rainfall followed by 7.8 cm rainfall in Kukunoor, both in West Godavari district.
After a day’s gap, heatwave returned to parts of the city on Wednesday for the eleventh day in June, as rain gave it a miss, contrary to the prediction made by the weather department.