Flood In Assam Essays and Term Papers

  • Vyvyvyv

    become a frequent phenomenon throughout the world that can affect anyone, anywhere, anytime. Every year more than 200 million people are affected by flood, drought, earthquake, wild fire, cyclones and other hazards. The trends in recent decades show an increase in number of natural hazards and an increase...

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  • Floods

    The Flood Situation of Assam – A Case Study Mukul Chandra Bora Lecturer (Sélection Grade) in Civil Engineering Dibrugarh Polytechnic, Lahowal: Pin: 786010 Assam, India Abstract The problem caused by water may broadly be catagorised into two major groups’ viz. shortage of water and surplus of water...

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  • Flood History

    Flood History   1. Introduction:               Riverbank erosion during high flood period in the valley is a regular annual feature. Over bank flood due to breaches in the embankment render the fertile cultivable land unsuitable for crop production due to deposition of coarse sand on the surface...

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  • Agriculture in India

    Assam Agriculture is the primary sector in the state's economy. The socio-economic condition of Assam largely depends on its agricultural production. Thereby, the Assam department of agriculture has decided to take up various development measures to ensue growth in crop production. | Agriculture...

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  • Major-Environmental-Problems-In-The-North

    situation. The unique geo-climatic conditions of the regions make Assam and the entire northeastern region of India very prone to natural disasters like flood, earthquake and landslide. The state of Assam experiences perennial floods, river bank erosion, landslide and other environmental catastrophes...

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  • Major Environmental Problems in the North Eastern India: Possible Legal and Non-Legal Solutions

    IN THE NORTH EASTERN INDIA: POSSIBLE LEGAL AND NON-LEGAL SOLUTIONS The North-Eastern India is the land of rising sun in the sub-continent. Assam and other seven sisters including Sikkim consist the whole landmass of the North-Eastern India. The green belt of India, so called land of forest and...

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    AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED SECTOR OF ASSAM- BEARS POTENTIALITY AND NEEDS NOURISHMENT Dr. Ajit Baishya Chief agronomist, Assam Agricutural University, Jorhat-13, Assam Introduction: Assam is a north eastern state of India which situated between 900 to 960 N latitude and 240...

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  • Asafdf

    INDIA FLOODS Appeal no. 16/2004 Date 27 July 2004 The Federation’s mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilising the power of humanity. It is the world’s largest humanitarian organi sation and its millions of volunteers are active in over 181 countries. In Brief THIS REQUEST...

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  • Assam Floods

    FLOODS IS ASSAM ON 22nd JUNE 2012 Assam, the gateway to the north-eastern seven sister states of India, is facing the nature’s fury once again as the Brahmaputra and its tributaries (Kapili etc.,) continued to flow above the danger mark due to heavy rainfalls since June 1st week. Around 116 people...

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  • Tejas2

    Floods in India are caused due to rainfall in a large area during the monsoon periods. Flood destructions have always brought misery to numerous people, especially in the rural areas. When a large portion of the country remains flooded for a week with few decimeters deep water, it affects the normal...

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  • Poaching in Assam

    considered the natural heritage of Assam, are under constant attack from poachers, since flood has hit the state. The poachers are attacking and killing rhinos with great audacity. Officials informed that most of the rhinos have strayed to nearby hilly areas to avoid flood waters inside Kaziranga National...

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  • Floods in India

    About floods in India India, being a peninsular country and surrounded by the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal, is quite prone to flood. As per the Geological Survey of India (GSI), the major flood prone areas of India cover almost 12.5% area of the country.  Every year, flood, the...

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  • Disaster Management of Majuli

    wetlands and rivulets constitute excellent breeding ground for numerous indigenous fishes. Every year whether there in flood in Assam or not, the Majuli Sub- Division is always affected by floods, forcing people to take shelter in roads and higher land. DEMOGRAPHIC AND CLIMATIC CONDITIONS As per the year...

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  • Seven Sisters of India

    The Seven Sister States of India The Seven Sister States are a region in northeastern India, comprising the contiguous states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura. The region had a population of 38.6 million in 2000, about 3.8 percent of India's total. There...

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  • project

    A flood is an overflow of water that submerges land which is usually dry.[1] The European Union (EU) Floods Directive defines a flood as a covering by water of land not normally covered by water.[2] In the sense of "flowing water", the word may also be applied to the inflow of the tide. Flooding may...

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  • As Per 2011 Census, Total Population of Assam Was 31,169,272.

    As per 2011 census, total population of Assam was 31,169,272. The total population of the state has increased from 26,638,407 to 31,169,272 in the last ten years with a growth rate of 16.93%.[72] Of the 27 districts of Assam, eight districts registered rise in the decadal population growth rate. Interestingly...

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  • My test

    similarity in all, is their massive destruction in the area of their occurrence. The natural disasters are of many kinds, they are drought and famine, flood, earthquake, hailstorm and a cyclone. In the wake of all these, in one sweep there is complete devastation and destruction, due to which normal life...

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  • Flood Situation in Assam

    The flood situation in Assam showed some signs of improvement though 59 villages in three districts still reeled under water affecting nearly 30,000 people. Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) officials said Dhemaji, Jorhat and Nagaon districts continued to be affected and nearly 30,000...

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  • For Test

    similarity in all, is their massive destruction in the area of their occurrence. The natural disasters are of many kinds, they are drought and famine, flood, earthquake, hailstorm and a cyclone. In the wake of all these, in one sweep there is complete devastation and destruction, due to which normal life...

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  • The Brahmaputra River

    Tibet to break through the Himalayas in great gorges and into Arunachal Pradesh (India) where it is known as Dihang.[3] It flows southwest through the Assam Valley as Brahmaputra and south through Bangladesh as the Jamuna (not to be mistaken with Yamuna of India). In the vast Ganges Delta it merges with...

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