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Bengaluru: Pointers in plenty

Hardnews Bureau

Excessive rain can be a water asset, stored for later use. For that, here’s what government, community and individual must do
S. Vishwanath Bengaluru

Flood in the desert

Hardnews Bureau

How did Rajasthan, India’s driest state, end up being inundated?
Shatakshi Gawade Delhi

What floods exposed in Gujarat

Hardnews Bureau

In Gujarat, floods have uncovered the inefficacy of the government
Martin Macwan Ahmedabad 

Disaster in the making

The Hirakud Dam, Asia’s longest earthen dam, has been causing man-made floods in Odisha
Ranjan K Panda Sambalpur

Futility of warning systems

India’s current flood warning systems do not provide adequate data, while mitigation advocacy relies on unproven methods
Himanshu Thakkar Delhi 

India’s massive Flood problem

Himanshu Upadhyay

The CAG’s latest performance audit of flood control schemes and flood forecasting shows how little is done to manage flood-induced disasters
Himanshu Upadhyay Bengaluru

What drowned Mumbai?

Shalini Sharma

Floods cause devastation because we have destroyed nature’s system for absorbing excess rainfall. So, is nature disrupting our lives or are we disrupting the natural order?
Shalini Sharma Delhi 

How China’s delivery entices Nepal

At no other time in the past were so many Nepalis so strongly anti-India and in favour of deeper engagement with China
Subindra Bogati Kathmandu 

China dare not invade India, Nepal views Doklam

Abeer Kapoor

Nepalese still have harrowing memories of the damage that the 1962 war between China and India caused them. They do not want the Doklam stand-off to spin out of control
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

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