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A total of 19 lakh people were directly of indirectly affected by floods.<\/p><p>State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) teams with deep divers have also been attached to the 27 Fire Stations of the State.<\/p><p>Meanwhile, eight rhino cubs displaced and separated from their mothers were rescued by Kaziranga National Park and Centre of Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) team. <\/p><p>The calves were separated during the floods from the mighty Brahmaputra that submerged over 90 per cent of the World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park (KNP) authority said.<\/p><p>Three of the calves are one-month-old, two are five months old, another two are seven months old, while one is one-year- old, said CRWC veterinarian Dr Pranjit Basumatary.<\/p><p>On the other hand, KNP authority rescued two hog deer which were found trapped in a fence when both were trying to flee towards a campus in search of food at a nearby village.<\/p><p>After the villagers reported the matter, a rescue team from KNP rescued them and admitted them to the CWRC semi-ICU ward, informed Rathin Barman, the director of CWRC.<\/p><p>The ASDMA has opened a round-the-clock Control Room with phone numbers 1070, 1079 (Toll free) and 0361-2237011 (Landline) for any information and assistance.<\/p><p>The flood water have overtopped 2.13 lakh hectares of agricultural area with standing crops across the state, besides washing away number of roads, embankments, bridges and other infrastructure facilities. <\/p><p><strong>Over 200 villages flooded in UP's Balrampur<\/strong><\/p><p>More than 200 villages have been inundated here due to the overflowing Rapti river, prompting authorities to sent an NDRF team to the affected areas, official sources said on Friday.<br \/><\/p><br \/>The increasing water level of the river, which has crossed the danger line at Sisai Ghat, has blocked the Balrampur-Tulsipur road.<br \/>State PWD Minister Shivpal Yadav visited the area and ordered concerned officials to take swift action.<br \/>An NDRF team comprising 35 members have reached Balrampur.<br \/>Commissioner Devipatan division Sudheer Dixit visited the flooded areas to take stock of the situation.<\/div><div><div>\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n<\/div><div id=\"readability-lnavclasscricket-photos\"><div><div><div id=\"readability-right-columnrhsnavphotos\"><div>\n\n<\/div><div>\n\n<\/div><div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><p><strong>Source: <\/strong>&nbsp;<a class=\"rssreadon\" rel=\"external\" title=\"Flood fury: 26 dead in Bihar, 21 in Assam; over 40\" href=\"http:\/\/timesofindia.indiatimes.com\/india\/Flood-fury-26-dead-in-Bihar-21-in-Assam-over-40-lakh-people-affected-in-2-states\/articleshow\/53455971.cms\" target=\"_blank\">http:\/\/timesofindia.indiatimes.com\/india\/Flood-fury-26-dead-in-Bihar-21-in-Assam-over-40-lakh-people-affected-in-2-states\/articleshow\/53455971.cms<\/a><\/p>","state":"1","sectionid":"0","mask":"0","catid":"100","created":"2016-07-29 17:30:37","created_by":"43","created_by_alias":"News Post","modified":"0000-00-00 00:00:00","modified_by":"0","checked_out":"0","checked_out_time":"0000-00-00 00:00:00","publish_up":"2016-07-29 17:30:37","publish_down":"0000-00-00 00:00:00","images":"","urls":"","attribs":"show_intro=0","version":"1","parentid":"0","ordering":"0","metakey":"","metadesc":"","access":"1","hits":"0","metadata":"","featured":"1","language":"*","xreference":""} [created] => 2016-07-29 17:35:56 [created_by] => 0 [modified] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00 [modified_by] => 0 [checked_out] => 0 [checked_out_time] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00 [ordering] => 0 [params] => [published] => 0 )
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PATNA/GUWAHATI: Twenty-six people have died and about 22 lakh were affected so far in Bihar floods with many rivers, including Koshi, flowing above the danger mark.While Kishanganj alone accounted eight flood-related deaths, seven others perished in Purnia district, the state Disaster Management Department said on Friday.Katihar and Madhepura district accounted for two deaths each, while Araria and Saharsa recorded one casualty each in the current wave of floods, it said in a statement.An estimated 21.99 lakh people have been affected by flood across 10 districts — Purnia, Kishanganj, Araria, Darbhanga, Madhepura, Bhagalpur, Katihar, Saharsa, Supaul and Gopal district, the statement said.An area of 1.83 lakh hectare has been submerged, while the crops spread over .83 lakh hectare got damaged even as the quantum of loss was under assessment.The Disaster Management Department statement said rivers like Kagmati-Benibad in Muzaffarpur, Aghwara-Kamtaul in Darbhanga, Koshi-Baltara in Khagaria, Koshi-Kursela in Katihar, Mahananda-Dhengra in Purnia and Jhawa in Katihar were flowing above the danger level.A total of 8,850 boats have been pressed into service to evacuate people stranded in flooded areas with about 3.89 lakh people being evacuated so far. In view of the rivers in spate in 10 districts, the state government has prepositioned one NDRF team each at Supaul, Gopalganj, Muzaffarpur, Darbhanga and Didarganj in Patna, while one SDRF team each has been prepositioned at Khagaria, Sitamarhi, Purnia, Madhubani, Bhagalpur and Madhepura.Two teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) have been stationed at Bihta near Patna on wait.NDRF and SDRF teams have been rushed to all flood-affected districts to carry out rescue and relief works, the disaster management department said. 21 dead, 19 lakh people affected in AssamAssam continued to be ravaged by flood as an estimated 19 lakh people were affected in the state due to heavy rainfall and swelling of rivers triggered by incessant rains in upper catchment areas of Arunachal Pradesh and Bhutan.The worst affected districts are Lakhimpur, Golaghat, Bongaigaon, Jorhat, Dhemaji, Barpeta, Goalpara, Dhubri, Darrang, Morigaon and Sonitpur, Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said.The other affected districts are Sivsagar, Kokrajhar, Dibrugarh, Goalpara, Tinsukia, Biswanath, Nalbari, Baksa, Udalgluri, Kamrup (M), Chirang, Kamrup and South Kamrup, the ASDMA said.The death toll in the current deluge has mounted to 21.The Brahmaputra is flowing above the danger mark at Guwahati, Nematighat in Jorhat, Tezpur in Sonitpur, Goalpara and Dhubri towns.To provide succor to the affected people, relief has been distributed as per requirement in all the flood affected districts and funds for providing relief have been placed with the district administrations in advance.NDRF, SDRF and the army are helping the district administration in evacuating the affected population to safe places. A total of 19 lakh people were directly of indirectly affected by floods.State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) teams with deep divers have also been attached to the 27 Fire Stations of the State.Meanwhile, eight rhino cubs displaced and separated from their mothers were rescued by Kaziranga National Park and Centre of Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) team. The calves were separated during the floods from the mighty Brahmaputra that submerged over 90 per cent of the World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park (KNP) authority said.Three of the calves are one-month-old, two are five months old, another two are seven months old, while one is one-year- old, said CRWC veterinarian Dr Pranjit Basumatary.On the other hand, KNP authority rescued two hog deer which were found trapped in a fence when both were trying to flee towards a campus in search of food at a nearby village.After the villagers reported the matter, a rescue team from KNP rescued them and admitted them to the CWRC semi-ICU ward, informed Rathin Barman, the director of CWRC.The ASDMA has opened a round-the-clock Control Room with phone numbers 1070, 1079 (Toll free) and 0361-2237011 (Landline) for any information and assistance.The flood water have overtopped 2.13 lakh hectares of agricultural area with standing crops across the state, besides washing away number of roads, embankments, bridges and other infrastructure facilities. Over 200 villages flooded in UP's BalrampurMore than 200 villages have been inundated here due to the overflowing Rapti river, prompting authorities to sent an NDRF team to the affected areas, official sources said on Friday.The increasing water level of the river, which has crossed the danger line a... 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A total of 19 lakh people were directly of indirectly affected by floods.<\/p><p>State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) teams with deep divers have also been attached to the 27 Fire Stations of the State.<\/p><p>Meanwhile, eight rhino cubs displaced and separated from their mothers were rescued by Kaziranga National Park and Centre of Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation (CWRC) team. <\/p><p>The calves were separated during the floods from the mighty Brahmaputra that submerged over 90 per cent of the World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park (KNP) authority said.<\/p><p>Three of the calves are one-month-old, two are five months old, another two are seven months old, while one is one-year- old, said CRWC veterinarian Dr Pranjit Basumatary.<\/p><p>On the other hand, KNP authority rescued two hog deer which were found trapped in a fence when both were trying to flee towards a campus in search of food at a nearby village.<\/p><p>After the villagers reported the matter, a rescue team from KNP rescued them and admitted them to the CWRC semi-ICU ward, informed Rathin Barman, the director of CWRC.<\/p><p>The ASDMA has opened a round-the-clock Control Room with phone numbers 1070, 1079 (Toll free) and 0361-2237011 (Landline) for any information and assistance.<\/p><p>The flood water have overtopped 2.13 lakh hectares of agricultural area with standing crops across the state, besides washing away number of roads, embankments, bridges and other infrastructure facilities. <\/p><p><strong>Over 200 villages flooded in UP's Balrampur<\/strong><\/p><p>More than 200 villages have been inundated here due to the overflowing Rapti river, prompting authorities to sent an NDRF team to the affected areas, official sources said on Friday.<br \/><\/p><br \/>The increasing water level of the river, which has crossed the danger line at Sisai Ghat, has blocked the Balrampur-Tulsipur road.<br \/>State PWD Minister Shivpal Yadav visited the area and ordered concerned officials to take swift action.<br \/>An NDRF team comprising 35 members have reached Balrampur.<br \/>Commissioner Devipatan division Sudheer Dixit visited the flooded areas to take stock of the situation.<\/div><div><div>\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n<\/div><div id=\"readability-lnavclasscricket-photos\"><div><div><div id=\"readability-right-columnrhsnavphotos\"><div>\n\n<\/div><div>\n\n<\/div><div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><\/div><p><strong>Source: <\/strong>&nbsp;<a class=\"rssreadon\" rel=\"external\" title=\"Flood fury: 26 dead in Bihar, 21 in Assam; over 40\" href=\"http:\/\/timesofindia.indiatimes.com\/india\/Flood-fury-26-dead-in-Bihar-21-in-Assam-over-40-lakh-people-affected-in-2-states\/articleshow\/53455971.cms\" target=\"_blank\">http:\/\/timesofindia.indiatimes.com\/india\/Flood-fury-26-dead-in-Bihar-21-in-Assam-over-40-lakh-people-affected-in-2-states\/articleshow\/53455971.cms<\/a><\/p>","state":"1","sectionid":"0","mask":"0","catid":"100","created":"2016-07-29 17:30:37","created_by":"43","created_by_alias":"News Post","modified":"0000-00-00 00:00:00","modified_by":"0","checked_out":"0","checked_out_time":"0000-00-00 00:00:00","publish_up":"2016-07-29 17:30:37","publish_down":"0000-00-00 00:00:00","images":"","urls":"","attribs":"show_intro=0","version":"1","parentid":"0","ordering":"0","metakey":"","metadesc":"","access":"1","hits":"0","metadata":"","featured":"1","language":"*","xreference":""} [target_id] => ) ) [org_url] => http://www.newslivetv.com/top-news/flood-fury-26-dead-in-bihar-21-in-assam-over-40-lakh-people-affected.html [id] => 0 [channel_id] => 2 [message] => Flood fury: 26 dead in Bihar, 21 in Assam; over 40 lakh people affected: Twenty-six people have died and about 22 lakh were affected so far )
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Micromax Canvas HD now available for Rs 13,990


Micromax Canvas HD now available for Rs 13,990

Micromax A116 Canvas HD, the successor to the out-selling Micromax Canvas A110, is now available online for the price of Rs 13,990. The smartphone is currently on sale on the company’s website.

The Canvas HD will be labelled under the ‘phablet’ category.

With the release of Canvas HD, Micromax also plans to launch 30 smartphones this year as a part of its robust strategy of increasing its smartphone inventory.

Specifications

Processor: MediaTek’s MT6589 1.2 GHz quad-core Cortex-A7

Display: 5.0-inch IPS LCD capacitive display; 1280×720 pixels, 294 ppi pixel density

OS: Android Jelly Bean 4.1.

Battery: 2000mAh battery

Camera: 8 MP rear camera, 2 MP front

Connectivity: 3G enabled, Wi-Fi, Dual SIM

Storage: 4GB internal with memory expandable up to 32GB; 1GB RAM



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