Jammu & Kashmir Floods

Jammu & Kashmir Floods

Sep 12, 2014, 16:11 PM IST
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds a review meet with J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and other administration officials at Technical Airport in Jammu.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds a review meet with J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and other administration officials at Technical Airport in Jammu.

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VIEW OF A WASHED AWAY PORTION OF A BRIDGE BY FLOODWATER AT PHALIAN MANDAL IN JAMMU.

VIEW OF A WASHED AWAY PORTION OF A BRIDGE BY FLOODWATER AT PHALIAN MANDAL IN JAMMU.

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THE INDIAN AIR FORCE HELICOPTERS CARRYING OUT RESCUE, RELIEF AND EVACUATION OF PEOPLE MAROONED DURING THE FLOOD FURY, IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR.

THE INDIAN AIR FORCE HELICOPTERS CARRYING OUT RESCUE, RELIEF AND EVACUATION OF PEOPLE MAROONED DURING THE FLOOD FURY, IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR.

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View of a bridge, which connects Uri to Baramulla, damaged due to heavy rains in Uri.

View of a bridge, which connects Uri to Baramulla, damaged due to heavy rains in Uri.

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Floodwaters engulf temples in Jammu.

Floodwaters engulf temples in Jammu.

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People watch the swelling River Tawi from the roof of their houses in Jammu.

People watch the swelling River Tawi from the roof of their houses in Jammu.

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Residents leave a flooded neighborhood on a boat in Srinagar.

Residents leave a flooded neighborhood on a boat in Srinagar.

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Rescue workers travel in a vehicle past floodwaters in Srinagar.

Rescue workers travel in a vehicle past floodwaters in Srinagar.

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Residents watch the overflowing Chenab River after heavy rains, at Akhnoor, about 30 kilometers (19 miles) northwest of Jammu.

Residents watch the overflowing Chenab River after heavy rains, at Akhnoor, about 30 kilometers (19 miles) northwest of Jammu.

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Residents wade through flooded waters of River Chenab at Garkhal village, 35 kilometers (22 miles) from Jammu.

Residents wade through flooded waters of River Chenab at Garkhal village, 35 kilometers (22 miles) from Jammu.

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People ride their vehicles in a bridge across a river flooded following monsoon rains in Jammu.

People ride their vehicles in a bridge across a river flooded following monsoon rains in Jammu.

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Kashmiri Muslims carry sand bags to keep out floodwaters in Srinagar.

Kashmiri Muslims carry sand bags to keep out floodwaters in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri residents wade through floodwaters in Srinagar.

Kashmiri residents wade through floodwaters in Srinagar.

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Indian army soldiers walk through a flooded road during a rescue operation in Srinagar.

Indian army soldiers walk through a flooded road during a rescue operation in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri men carry a boy to safety after their neighborhood was flooded in Srinagar.

Kashmiri men carry a boy to safety after their neighborhood was flooded in Srinagar.

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Kashmiri residents carrying a goat wade through floodwaters in Srinagar.

Kashmiri residents carrying a goat wade through floodwaters in Srinagar.

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Kashmiris cross a flooded neighborhood on a boat in Srinagar.

Kashmiris cross a flooded neighborhood on a boat in Srinagar.

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