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Mumbai turns to Twitter for help mapping India's monsoon floods

Gulf Daily News 05 Jul 2022
MUMBAI ... "We need participatory models for climate adaptation as we will be hit by more extreme rainfall events in the near future ... AI DISASTER BOTS ... In recent weeks, floods have hit Bangladesh and northeast India, killing more than 25 people in India's Assam state and leaving millions stranded with little food and drinking water in both countries ... .
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IIT project in India’s Mumbai uses Twitter to issue flood alerts

Al Jazeera 05 Jul 2022
“We need participatory models for climate adaptation as we will be hit by more extreme rainfall events in the near future ... In recent weeks, floods have hit Bangladesh and northeast India, killing more than 25 people in India’s Assam state and leaving millions stranded with little food and drinking water in both countries ... .
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Bangladesh seeks support from international community over displaced Rohingyas

The Telegraph India 04 Jul 2022
He crossed the Naf river to reach Teknaf in Bangladesh ... But at the same time, we have to look towards some sustainable solutions to this problem.… To us, the only feasible solution is the repatriation of Rohingya to Rakhine state from where they came,” Bangladesh foreign secretary Masud Bin Momen told a team of visiting Indian journalists last week.
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Demolition Market in Disarray

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 04 Jul 2022
In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Clarkson Platou Hellas ...
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ABQ event gives solar its day in the sun

Albuquerque Journal 02 Jul 2022
A new mobile solar display will soon visit schools across New Mexico to educate K-12 students about the many ways people can harness the sun to power and heat their homes ... It's still a work in progress ... and Canada — and from distant countries like Bangladesh, Nepal, Nigeria and South Africa — converging on Albuquerque for a week-long event.
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Makkah Route program opens ‘new horizon’ for Bangladeshi Hajj pilgrims

Arab News 02 Jul 2022
Tens of thousands of Hajj pilgrims arriving at Bangladesh’s main international airport for flights to Saudi Arabia are being eased through the immigration process by officials from the Kingdom ... Bangladesh is ... “Altogether, 60,000 pilgrims will be able to travel from Bangladesh.”.
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Northeast Diary: Assam’s pain, Bangladesh’s gain

The Times of India 02 Jul 2022
Yes, you heard it right! Even as Assam is battling a devastating flood, neighbouring Bangladesh is flooded with cattle smuggled from the Indian state ... Cattle smuggling to Bangladesh from India has seen a decline in the past few years, according to Union home ministry figures.
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Economic revival: Bangladesh looks to World Bank, IMF

The Telegraph India 01 Jul 2022
In view of the present celebratory mood in Bangladesh after the Padma Bridge inauguration last week -- the large infrastructure project with its own funds has uncorked a new brand of nationalism in the country -- many believe the timing is right to go in for some structural ...
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Landslide kills 14 in eastern India, nearly 50 others feared dead

Gulf Daily News 01 Jul 2022
This month unprecedented rains have lashed India's northeastern states and neighbouring Bangladesh, killing more than 150 people. Millions have been also displaced by the catastrophic floods in recent weeks, and in some low lying areas houses have been submerged ... .
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Syria aid diplomacy, G7 misses, and the ICC at 20: The Cheat Sheet

The New Humanitarian 01 Jul 2022
Our editors’ weekly take on humanitarian news, trends, and developments from around the globe ... A deadly week on global migration routes ... All of these incidents took place within the last week and involve refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants ... Talks this week with the IMF over a possible bailout ended without a deal, though discussions are ongoing.
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Why the Rohingya ‘Go Home’ campaign matters

Asiatimes 30 Jun 2022
Last week in Bangladesh, tens of thousands of Rohingya in the squalor of Cox’s Bazar rose in protest under the banner of “Go Home.” They chanted slogans, distributed leaflets and raised placards in different languages, each centering on this core message ... next year in Bangladesh.
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Seven dead, 55 missing in massive eastern Indian landslide

Gulf News 30 Jun 2022
Guwahati ... This month unprecedented rains have lashed India’s north-eastern states and neighbouring Bangladesh, killing more than 150 people. Millions have been displaced by the catastrophic floods in recent weeks, and in some low lying areas houses have been submerged ... .
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Seven dead, 55 feared dead in massive eastern Indian landslide

Reuters 30 Jun 2022
"In all there were about 81 people ... Register. This month unprecedented rains have lashed India's north-eastern states and neighbouring Bangladesh, killing more than 150 people. Millions have been displaced by the catastrophic floods in recent weeks, and in some low lying areas houses have been submerged ... "Army helicopters are on standby.
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Many dead, dozens missing as huge landslide hits India’s Manipur

Al Jazeera 30 Jun 2022
The workers said the likelihood of finding more people was thin ... This month, unprecedented rains lashed India’s northeastern states and neighbouring Bangladesh, killing more than 150 people. Millions have been displaced by the catastrophic floods in recent weeks, and in some low-lying areas, houses have been submerged ... .
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Climate change is driving 2022 extreme heat and flooding

Indian Express 30 Jun 2022
TN Finance Minister Palanivel Thiaga Rajan. ‘Don’t know of a ... Efforts to estimate poverty from 2011-21 are commendable, given absence o... Uddhav Thackeray ... HEATWAVES ... Last week, China saw extensive flooding, following heavy rains. At the same time, Bangladesh was hit with a flood-triggering deluge ... DROUGHT ... Bangladesh East Africa London ... .

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