The minutes of Inter Agency Coordination Committee Skype Call Meeting held on 14th August at 12noon to take account of current situation and discuss next course of action on Uttar Pradesh floods and Bihar floods can be accessed at IAC Skype Call 14th August 2017
The Situation Report in India:-3 can be accessed through below pasted link for information in details
Situation Reports in India-2 ( 28th July, 2017)
Floods wreak havoc in Gujarat, West Bengal and Rajasthan whereas situation improved in Assam, Odisha and Manipur during the past few days.
The detailed information can be accessed 28 07 2017 Sitrep-2 SITUATION REPORTS IN INDIA
Source: Inter Agency Groups (IAGs), Medias
SITUATION REPORTS IN INDIA-1 ( 24th July, 2017)
The floods situation in Gujarat, Odisha, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Mizoram are back to normal whereas floods situation in Assam has gradually improved, the numbers of affected districts has drop to nine on 23rd July, 2017.
Meanwhile, two people died as incessant rainfall caused flood-like situation in Birbhum, West Mindapore and East Midnapore districts of West Bengal on Sunday.
Source: Inter Agency Groups and Media
The detailed information on Situation Reports in India- 01 can be accessed at https://sphereindiablog.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/24-07-2017-sitrep-1-situation-reports-in-india.pdf
Situation Report -1: Floods and Landslides in North East India (16th June, 2017)
Heavy rainfall triggered by flash floods and landslides has caused massive damage to life and property in Mizoram. Power supply lines have snapped and telecommunication network remained disrupted in the state capital due to landslides and heavy downpour. Many were left homeless and number of missing peoples are likely to increase in coming days.
Meanwhile, breaches of embankment in many places along river banks due to raising river water level followed by heavy rainfall and water logging of low-lying areas in Imphal valley, Manipur were reported.
The details Situation Report -1: Floods and Landslides in North East India can be accessed at Sitrep 1 Floods and Landslides in North East India_16.06.2017
SITREP-1: EARTHQUAKE IN TRIPURA, INDIA ( 03.01.2017)
An earthquake of magnitude 5.7 on Richter scale hit Tripura on Tuesday afternoon. The epicentre of the earthquake was reported to be in Dhalai district of Tripura. Mild tremors were felt across northeast India.
No causalities and damages have been reported so far except crack on mud wall of the houses in few villages in Dhalai district.
Source: India Meteorological Department and Media
Detailed information can be accessed at 03-01-2017-sitrep-1-earthquake-in-tripura
SITREP-1: CYCLONIC STORM, VARDAH AS ON 12th DECEMBER 2016
The very severe cyclonic storm, VARDAH is in the process of crossing the north Tamil Nadu coast close to Chennai as a severe cyclonic storm with a wind speed of 100 to 110 kmph gusting to 120 kmph as on 12th December, 2016. Over 9,400 people living along coast in Andhra Pradesh’s Nellore district evacuated to relief camps, 7357 evacuated in Tamil Nadu whereas 02 causalities are reported from Chennai.
Source: IMD, BULLETIN NO.: 44 (BOB 06/2016), IAG-AP, IAG-TN and Medias
For detailed information, please find enclosed Sitrep-1: Cyclonic Storm, VARDAH as on 12th December 2016: 12-12-2016-sitrep-1-cyclonic-storm-vardah-in-tn-ap
Bihar is facing second spill of flood situation after Ganga water crosses danger level. Districts adjoining Ganga are getting swamped and having population badly affected by the current of water moving in the houses.
As per CWC Report, Water Level of Ganga at Patna Gandhighat crossed danger level and reached 50.43 Meters which has also crossed the previous highest flood level recorded which was 50.27 Meter during 1994.
Major Affected Districts: Patna, Munger, Vaishali, Samastipur, Bhojpur, Begusarai, Khagaria, Saran
For detailed information, please find enclosed SITREP- Second Spill of Floods in Bihar as on 21st August.SITREP-Second Spill of Floods in Bihar- 21st August
Heavy downpours continuous from 15th August bring havoc again in second spill of flood situation in few of the districts. Satna and Rewa are majorly affected districts.
As per meteorological department;
Heavy Alert: Chhattarpur, Satna, Panna, Katni, Sagar, Damoh, Vidisha, and Raisen
Alert: Rewa, Sidhi, Bhopal, Hoshangabad, Jabalpur, Sehore, Narsinghpur, Shajapur, Tikamgarh
Majorly Rewa and Satna Districts of MP are affected, Please find enclosed SITREP- Heavy Rain and Floods in MP 20th August