1. Flood alarm sounded in Srinagar as Jhelum swells  Greater Kashmir
  2. Jammu & Kashmir | Salal Dam: Emergent reservoir flushing in Reasi District | #SHORTS  CNBC-TV18
  3. Incessant rains lash Kashmir Valley; flood alert sounded in several parts  Times of India
  4. Schools closed in several J&K districts due to incessant rains  Greater Kashmir
  5. J&K: Heavy Rains Trigger Floods, Landslides; High Alert Sounded as Jhelum Crosses Danger Mark in Anantnag  News18
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Flood alarm sounded in Srinagar as Jhelum swells

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Salal Dam authorities released an enormous amount of water as they conducted emergent reservoir flushing due to continuous rainfall in the region and heavy inflow of water in River Chenab in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.Salal Dam authorities released an enormous amount of water as they conducted emergent reservoir flushing due to continuous rainfall in the region and heavy inflow of water in River Chenab in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Salal Dam opens gates as water level rises in River Chenab due to incessant rain

Meanwhile, a tourist guide has been feared dead while 13 people, including 11 sightseers have been reported to be stuck along Tarsar lake.

J&K: Landslide hit Jammu-Srinagar National Highway; several roads blocked, high alert in several districts

Due to heavy rainfall, the water levels in all the major and minor rivers and tributaries in Jammu and Kashmir rose sharply on Wednesday.Due to heavy rainfall, the water levels in all the major and minor rivers and tributaries in Jammu and Kashmir rose sharply on Wednesday.

J&K weather update: Unabating rain fills water level of rivers, schools closed in 6 districts - Cities News

Incessant rain in plains and untimely snowfall in the higher reaches on Wednesday resulted in flood-like situation in several parts of Kashmir Valley.Incessant rain in plains and untimely snowfall in the higher reaches on Wednesday resulted in flood-like situation in several parts of Kashmir Valley.

Incessant rains lash Kashmir Valley; flood alert sounded in several parts | Srinagar News - Times of India

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Water level in the Tawi River in Jammu division, Jhelum, Sindh stream, Lidder, Doodhganga, Rambiyari, Vishow, Sukhna, Ferozepora and Pohru streams in Kashmir rose sharply during the last 24 hours as the authorities set up helplines for the general publicWater level in the Tawi River in Jammu division, Jhelum, Sindh stream, Lidder, Doodhganga, Rambiyari, Vishow, Sukhna, Ferozepora and Pohru streams in Kashmir rose sharply during the last 24 hours as the authorities set up helplines for the general public

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Continuous rainfall over the last 4 days has created floods in parts of the valley, especially in localities situated near rivers, lakes.Continuous rainfall over the last 4 days has created floods in parts of the valley, especially in localities situated near rivers, lakes.

Alarms raised in Srinagar, after water floods residential areas

In Kashmir, the Jhelum crossed the danger mark at Sangam in Anantnag district and the water level was rising in other rivers also, said officials.In Kashmir, the Jhelum crossed the danger mark at Sangam in Anantnag district and the water level was rising in other rivers also, said officials.

Flash floods, landslides as heavy rains, snowfall lash Jammu-Kashmir- The New Indian Express

Water level in all the major and minor rivers and tributaries in Jammu and Kashmir rose sharply on Wednesday due to incessant rainfall during the last 48 hoursWater level in all the major and minor rivers and tributaries in Jammu and Kashmir rose sharply on Wednesday due to incessant rainfall during the last 48 hours

J&K rivers and tributaries swell up as it rains continuously for the last 48 hours | Business Insider India

Army rescued over 300 stranded persons as many parts of Jammu-Srinagar national highway were blocked and even washed away due to massive landslides triggered by heavy rain and snowfall on higher reaches. Hundreds of people were left stranded in different districts of the UT.Army rescued over 300 stranded persons as many parts of Jammu-Srinagar national highway were blocked and even washed away due to massive landslides triggered by heavy rain and snowfall on higher reaches. Hundreds of people were left stranded in different districts of the UT.

Life thrown out of gear in J-K as several areas disconnected due to rains, landslides; Army helps stranded : The Tribune India

Incessant rains over the past two days in Kashmir have led to rise in water level in all the major and minor rivers and tributaries with the Jhelum river crossing the flood deceleration mark at Sangam in Anantnag district on Wednesday afternoon.Incessant rains over the past two days in Kashmir have led to rise in water level in all the major and minor rivers and tributaries with the Jhelum river crossing the flood deceleration mark at

Flood fears in Kashmir as River Jhelum flows above danger mark | Deccan Herald

Heavy rains lashed part of Jammu and Kashmir causing flash floods and landslides across the state. The strategic Jammu- Srinagar highway has been blocked leaving many vehicles stranded. A high alert has been issued as the adverse weather conditions are expected to continue.Heavy rains lashed part of Jammu and Kashmir causing flash floods and landslides across the state. The strategic Jammu- Srinagar highway has been blocked leaving many vehicles stranded. A high alert has been issued as the adverse weather conditions are expected to continue.

WATCH - High Alert in Jammu and Kashmir; Heavy rains lead to flash floods and landslides

SRINAGAR: Authorities on Wednesday sound flood-alarm in Srinagar after Jhelum breached 16-ft mark at Ram Munshibagh here. Quoting an official of Irrigation and Flood Control department Kashmir news agency GNS reported that river Jhelum was flowing at 16.21-ft at Ram Munshibagh, 0.SRINAGAR: Authorities on Wednesday sound flood-alarm in Srinagar after Jhelum breached 16-ft mark at Ram Munshibagh here. Quoting an official of Irrigation and Flood Control department Kashmir news agency GNS reported that river Jhelum was flowing at 16.21-ft at Ram Munshibagh, 0.

Flood Alarm Sounded, Jhelum Crosses Danger Mark | Kashmir Life

The Jammu-Srinagar National Highway remained closed for the second day.The Jammu-Srinagar National Highway remained closed for the second day.

Heavy rainfall triggers flash floods in parts of Jammu and Kashmir

The Jammu-Srinagar National Highway remained closed for the second day.The Jammu-Srinagar National Highway remained closed for the second day.

Heavy rainfall triggers flash floods in parts of Jammu and Kashmir

The people living along the higher contours of river Jhelum’s tributaries in south Kashmir are requested to remain vigilant as the water levels are expected to rise further | Latest News IndiaThe people living along the higher contours of river Jhelum’s tributaries in south Kashmir are requested to remain vigilant as the water levels are expected to rise further

Schools closed, highways blocked after incessant rains in J&K | Latest News India - Hindustan Times

Heavy rainfall lashed the hills and plains of Jammu and Kashmir, which caused a sudden increase in the water levels of rivers, leading to the administration sounding the 'flood alarm'.Heavy rainfall lashed the hills and plains of Jammu and Kashmir, which caused a sudden increase in the water levels of rivers, leading to the administration sounding the 'flood alarm'.

Normal Life Disrupted in J&K After Rains Trigger Landslide, Flash Floods | NewsClick

As soon as the water level at Sangam in the Anantnag district exceeded the 18-foot threshold, the flood and irrigation department issuedAs soon as the water level at Sangam in the Anantnag district exceeded the 18-foot threshold, the flood and irrigation department issued

Flood alert in Kashmir, weather likely to improve today

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Jhelum on Wednesday crossed ‘flood alarm’ mark of 18-ft mark at Sangam in south Kashmir following rains for past few days.Jhelum on Wednesday crossed ‘flood alarm’ mark of 18-ft mark at Sangam in south Kashmir following rains for past few days.

Jhelum crosses ‘flood alarm’ mark in Anantnag

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Flood fears in Kashmir due to incessant rain - The Week

Post rains for last few days, water bodies in Kashmir Valley are brimming as river Sindh crossed flood alarm mark while Vishow Nallah in Kulgam was flowing above danger level at noon on Wednesday.Post rains for last few days, water bodies in Kashmir Valley are brimming as river Sindh crossed flood alarm mark while Vishow Nallah in Kulgam was flowing above danger level at noon on Wednesday.

Spate In Vishow Nallah, River Sindh; Wullar Also Swells | Rising Kashmir

SRINAGAR : Authorities in Anantnag, Kulgam, Shopian, Kupwara, Baramulla and Ramban districts on Wednesday ordered suspension of class work in schools in the districts. Quoting official sources news agency  GNS reported  that the decision was taken in view of the heavy rains in the districts.SRINAGAR : Authorities in Anantnag, Kulgam, Shopian, Kupwara, Baramulla and Ramban districts on Wednesday ordered suspension of class work in schools in the districts. Quoting official sources news agency  GNS reported  that the decision was taken in view of the heavy rains in the districts.

Incessant Rains: Classwork Suspended At Most Educational Institutions Today | Kashmir Life

Uniindia: Srinagar, June 22 (UNI) Following days of incessant rains lashing the Kashmir Valley rivers as well as smaller water bodies have been in spate with flash floods reported in several areas including washing away of several roads as the administration issued advisory to avoid major accidents on Wednesday.Srinagar, June 22 (UNI) Following days of incessant rains lashing the Kashmir Valley rivers as well as smaller water bodies have been in spate with flash floods reported in several areas including washing away of several roads as the administration issued advisory to avoid major accidents on Wednesday.

Kashmir flood situation being monitored

SRINAGAR: Even though improvement in weather conditions is predicted by the weatherman, Kashmir is literally in a sort of flood-like situation. The low-lying areas are already waterlogged and in the Srinagar periphery, some areas are inundated because of the breach on the Jhelum bank.SRINAGAR: Even though improvement in weather conditions is predicted by the weatherman, Kashmir is literally in a sort of flood-like situation. The low-lying areas are already waterlogged and in the Srinagar periphery, some areas are inundated because of the breach on the Jhelum bank.

Rains Swell Water Bodies, MET Says Weather Improving | Kashmir Life

The latest Tweet by Prasar Bharati News Services states, 'Watch | Tumultuous flow in Tawi river as the river swells due to incessant rainfall in Toldi Nullah area in Udhampur district, Jammu & Kashmir ' 📰 Watch | Tumultuous Flow in Tawi River as the River Swells Due to Incessant Rainfall in ... - Latest Tweet by Prasar Bharati News Services.The latest Tweet by Prasar Bharati News Services states, 'Watch | Tumultuous flow in Tawi river as the river swells due to incessant rainfall in Toldi Nullah area in Udhampur district, Jammu & Kashmir ' 📰 Watch | Tumultuous Flow in Tawi River as the River Swells Due to Incessant Rainfall in ... - Latest Tweet by Prasar Bharati News Services.

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Srinagar: The water level mark at Sangam has crossed the flood declaration mark and the Irrigation and Flood Control Department - IFC, Kashmir has askedSrinagar: The water level mark at Sangam has crossed the flood declaration mark and the Irrigation and Flood Control Department - IFC, Kashmir has asked

Water level crosses flood declaration mark at Sangam, people asked to remain vigilant - The Kashmir Monitor

Srinagar: River Jhelum reached the flood-danger mark of 21-ft near Sangam in south Kashmir at 2 p.m. on Tuesday. The rise in water level continued elsewhere als

Jhelum touches flood-mark at Sangam, nears alarm level in Srinagar | Kashmir Images Newspaper

SRINAGAR: Authorities in Anantnag, Kulgam, Shopian, Kupwara, Baramulla and Ramban districts on Wednesday ordered suspension of class work in schools in the districts. Official sources told that the decision was taken in view of the heavy rains in the districts. “In view of very heavy rains inSRINAGAR: Authorities in Anantnag, Kulgam, Shopian, Kupwara, Baramulla and Ramban districts on Wednesday ordered suspension of class work in schools in the districts. Official sources told that the decision was taken in view of the heavy rains in the districts. “In view of very heavy rains in

Amid heavy rain admin orders closure of schools in 6 districts across J&K – The Dispatch

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Schools and other educational institutes in many parts of the valley including Doda, Kishtwar and Ramba were closed due to the heavy rains which resulted in waterlogging in low-lying areas.Schools and other educational institutes in many parts of the valley including Doda, Kishtwar and Ramba were closed due to the heavy rains which resulted in waterlogging in low-lying areas.

Jammu Kashmir Landslides Flash Floods Hit Valley Schools Shut, Roads Blocked In Doda, Kishtwar Ramba District

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I&FC Dept asks people to stay away from nallah, river banks I&FC Dept asks people to stay away from nallah, river banks

Incessant Rains: Classwork up to High School suspended in several J&K districts