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'Death Toll In Uttarakhand' - 5 Video Result(s)

'Death Toll In Uttarakhand' - 17 News Result(s)

  • PM Modi Expresses Grief Over Loss of Lives in Uttarakhand Rains

    PM Modi Expresses Grief Over Loss of Lives in Uttarakhand Rains

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today expressed grief over the loss of lives due to heavy rains in Uttarakhand.

  • Uttarakhand tragedy: Over 160 bodies found in four days

    Uttarakhand tragedy: Over 160 bodies found in four days

    The death toll in the Uttarkhand tragedy continues to mount with 68 more bodies believed to be of pilgrims who died of cold and starvation while trying to escape the devastating June floods being found on way to Kedarnath shrine.

  • Uttarakhand tragedy: 64 bodies found between Rambada, Kedarnath

    Uttarakhand tragedy: 64 bodies found between Rambada, Kedarnath

    With the weather clear at most places across Uttarakhand over the past few days, 64 more bodies were found lying over the ridges in Kedar valley and cremated with necessary rituals, a senior police officer said today.

  • Uttarakhand: 1500 still stranded in Badrinath, death toll remains unclear

    Uttarakhand: 1500 still stranded in Badrinath, death toll remains unclear

    At least 1500 people, including locals, are still stranded at Badrinath and Harsil in flood-hit Uttarakahand and rescue operations are on to bring them to safety. 3,000 people remain missing a fortnight after disaster struck the state and authorities are grappling with the grim task of extricating dead bodies from under debris amid fear of disease.

  • Uttarakhand: death toll could cross 10,000, says Assembly Speaker

    Uttarakhand: death toll could cross 10,000, says Assembly Speaker

    Uttarakhand Assembly Speaker Govind Singh Kunjwal has said that he fears that more than 10,000 people may have died in the flash floods and landslides that have ravaged the state since June 16. Officially, the death toll is nearly 1000.

  • Uttarakhand: Bad weather slows down rescue ops; death toll reaches over 830

    Uttarakhand: Bad weather slows down rescue ops; death toll reaches over 830

    Despite rain and overcast skies today, military helicopters continued rescue operations in Uttarakhand today. 11 days after the monsoon struck the hilly state with torrential rain, nearly 6,000 people remain stranded. Nearly 90,000 people have been rescued in a heroic and vast rescue operation led by the military.

  • Uttarakhand: Bad weather slows down rescue ops; death toll reaches 830

    Uttarakhand: Bad weather slows down rescue ops; death toll reaches 830

    An Indian Air Force helicopter in Uttarakhand crashed this evening near Gaurikund. All eight people on board have died. Five were air force personnel, the others were civilians. The Air Force has said the rescue operations will continue.

  • Uttarakhand: Death toll climbs to 822, choppers resume rescue operations

    Uttarakhand: Death toll climbs to 822, choppers resume rescue operations

    Rescue operations to evacuate around 9000 stranded people today picked up pace after rains and fog in the morning delayed the mission in Uttarakhand, where the death toll mounted to 822 with 127 more bodies recovered from Kedarnath.

  • Uttarakhand: At least 5000 may have been killed, says state minister

    Uttarakhand: At least 5000 may have been killed, says state minister

    At least 5,000 people may have been killed in the Uttarakhand deluge, a state minister said on Sunday, as rescuers evacuated by road and air 12,000 more stranded people while 10,000 survivors still remained to be taken to safety.

  • Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna says close to 1,000 may have died in the floods

    Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna says close to 1,000 may have died in the floods

    Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna on Saturday said that the death toll in the devastating floods in the state may go up to 1,000. Mr Bahuguna's statement came on a day when the central government estimated that 557 people have been killed in the floods that struck the state last weekend.

  • Uttarakhand: Number of people killed in floods may be 1,000, says Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna

    Uttarakhand: Number of people killed in floods may be 1,000, says Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna

    Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna has said that the death toll in the devastating floods in the state may go up to 1,000 - double the number he had announced earlier in the day. 557 people are reported to have died so far. While over 70,000 have been rescued, 22,000 continue to remain stranded across the state.

  • Uttarakhand: 550 people dead, 14,000 still missing

    Uttarakhand: 550 people dead, 14,000 still missing

    The Army, which has been at the forefront of rescue operations in flood-ravaged Uttarakhand, today located 1000 people in mountains between Gaurikund and Rambara in Kedarnath. Some of them have been rescued by the Army's special forces. Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna has said that 550 people have died across the state; reports say 50,000 are still s...

  • Uttarakhand: evacuations in Kedarnath town, thousands still missing

    Uttarakhand: evacuations in Kedarnath town, thousands still missing

    More than 150 people are reported dead so far from the "Himalayan Tsunami" in Uttarakhand, but at least 60,000 remain trapped in different part of the state. Officials say they expect the death toll to be in the thousands. The army says this is its largest rescue and relief operation ever.

  • Uttarakhand: hundreds feared killed, choppers can't reach Kedarnath

    Uttarakhand: hundreds feared killed, choppers can't reach Kedarnath

    Though over 150 people are reported dead so far from the "Himalayan Tsunami" in Uttarakhand, officials say they expect the death toll to eventually hit the thousands. Many parts of the state where people are stranded remain inaccessible. 65,000 people are waiting to be rescued.

  • Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh rains: Death toll crosses 130

    Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh rains: Death toll crosses 130

    At least 130 people have died in the "killer monsoon" that pulverized the states of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh with torrential rain since Saturday night. More than 70,000 pilgrims remain stranded, many of them were en route to the famous temple of Kedarnath.

  • Rain batters Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh: Death toll crosses 80

    Rain batters Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh: Death toll crosses 80

    Monsoon rains wreaked fresh havoc in northern India leading to flash floods, cloudbursts and landslips as the toll climbed to 81. Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, the two northern states, have been the worst affected. Thousands of people are stranded. 5000 Army troops are out on rescue missions in parts of Uttarakhand, UP and Haryana. 12 Air Force...

  • Uttarakhand cloudburst: Death toll up to 45, 18 more feared missing

    Uttarakhand cloudburst: Death toll up to 45, 18 more feared missing

    The death toll from a series of landslides and floods has gone upto 45 in Uttarakhand on Saturday as rescuers pulled 17 more bodies from the debris, a state government minister told AFP. 18 people are still feared trapped in debris after cloudburst wreaked havoc in the state two days ago.

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