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Rain Causes Flood Like Situation in Northeast, Landslides Disrupt Life

India | News18 | June 14, 2018, 11:13 am
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 With Southwest Monsoon gradually covering almost all the Northeastern states a little before time, parts of Assam, Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura are reeling under flash floods and road closures.  (Image: Special Arrangement)

With Southwest Monsoon gradually covering almost all the Northeastern states a little before time, parts of Assam, Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura are reeling under flash floods and road closures.  (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 Heavy rains have resulted in landslides at several places along the Imphal Jiribam National Highway 37. (Images: News18)

Heavy rains have resulted in landslides at several places along the Imphal Jiribam National Highway 37. (Images: News18)

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 Vehicular traffic came to a halt at NH37 between Kotlen and Tupul, while the road leading to K Senam village, 40km from Imphal, remain cut off due to landslides. (Image: News18)

Vehicular traffic came to a halt at NH37 between Kotlen and Tupul, while the road leading to K Senam village, 40km from Imphal, remain cut off due to landslides. (Image: News18)

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 The Relief and Disaster Management Department has cautioned all Deputy Commissioners to keep a flood and landslide watch for the next couple of days. (Image: News18)

The Relief and Disaster Management Department has cautioned all Deputy Commissioners to keep a flood and landslide watch for the next couple of days. (Image: News18)

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 A flood like situation in Manipur. The Meteorological (MeT) department has predicted heavy downpour in some parts of Manipur till June 15. (Image: News18)

A flood like situation in Manipur. The Meteorological (MeT) department has predicted heavy downpour in some parts of Manipur till June 15. (Image: News18)

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 The road connecting Aizawl to Lengpui airport has been blocked since Tuesday with PWD authorities working overtime to clear the road of debris. (Image: News18)

The road connecting Aizawl to Lengpui airport has been blocked since Tuesday with PWD authorities working overtime to clear the road of debris. (Image: News18)

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 A number of vehicles have been stranded on National Highway 54. (Image: News18)

A number of vehicles have been stranded on National Highway 54. (Image: News18)

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 Aizawl recorded 148 mm rain on Monday (June 11) while Lengpui recorded 104mm. (Image: News18)

Aizawl recorded 148 mm rain on Monday (June 11) while Lengpui recorded 104mm. (Image: News18)

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 The Teliamura, Kanchanpur, Kumarghat, Sabroom and Sonamura subdivisions have been worst affected by heavy downpour. (Image: News18)

The Teliamura, Kanchanpur, Kumarghat, Sabroom and Sonamura subdivisions have been worst affected by heavy downpour. (Image: News18)

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 Kailashahar in Unakoti district recorded 137 mm rain. (Image: News18)

Kailashahar in Unakoti district recorded 137 mm rain. (Image: News18)

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 The rise in water level of the Diphlu river, a tributary of the Brahmaputra originating from Karbi Anglong Hills and passing through Kaziranga National Park, has submerged at least 10 revenue villages in Bokakhat. (Image: Special Arrangement)

The rise in water level of the Diphlu river, a tributary of the Brahmaputra originating from Karbi Anglong Hills and passing through Kaziranga National Park, has submerged at least 10 revenue villages in Bokakhat. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 People walk through the flood waters after heavy rains, in Imphal. (Image: PTI)

People walk through the flood waters after heavy rains, in Imphal. (Image: PTI)

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 More than 900 families have been evacuated to safe areas in Mizoram due to heavy rainfall in past 48 hours triggering floods and landslides. (Image: Special Arrangement)

More than 900 families have been evacuated to safe areas in Mizoram due to heavy rainfall in past 48 hours triggering floods and landslides. (Image: Special Arrangement)