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A mix of climate change and serious mismanagement

2022-09-19T20:13+0200newagebd (en)

— Countercurrents. Climate change requires much better preparation and adaptation to face the challenge of climate change. If highly destructive deluges are to be avoided, South Asia will need a much better response to new emerging threats, writes Bharat Dogra.

South Asia really needs to improve its response towards floods

2022-09-18T16:42+0200TheFrontierPost-en (en)

Bharat Dogra. Most countries of South Asia have suffered excessive flood losses this year, peaking in Pakistan. In the last week of August Pakistan, overwhelmed by surging waters, declared an emergency. Nearly 1500 human lives have already been claimed by the disaster.

Death Toll From Western Nepal Landslide Rises To 22

2022-09-18T10:17+0200menafn (en)

- The Peninsula) Reuters. KATHMANDU: Rescuers in Nepal battled against torrential rains to pull out bodies from the wreckage of homes buried by a landslide that caused 22 deaths and injured 10 people, officials said on Sunday. The latest calamity occurred in Achham district, about 450 km (281 miles) west of the capital city of Kathmandu.

Drought and heat wave take toll on paddy crop

2022-09-18T05:44+0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Rice is Nepal ’s most important crop and the primary source of livelihood for more than two-thirds of farm households. It is transplanted in June-July and harvested in November. Yadav, who lives in the Tarai flatlands in south-western Nepal, said the drought in August shrivelled his paddy crop.

Drought and heat wave take toll on paddy crop

2022-09-18T03:58+0200kathmandupost (en)

Rice is Nepal ’s most important crop and the primary source of livelihood for more than two-thirds of farm households. It is transplanted in June-July and harvested in November. Yadav, who lives in the Tarai flatlands in south-western Nepal, said the drought in August shrivelled his paddy crop.

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