Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon alert (August 26 – September 2)

Pakistan under the grip of active monsoon Kohat gets 240 mm rainfall in 24 hours! 192 people dead in Pakistan since June 25 Background Much of Pakistan has received rainfall with the upper parts being battered by scattered heavy falls that has led to flash flooding in the Kohistan region of Khyber province, overall monsoon…

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Floods re-visit Kohistan – Two years in a row!

Memories of 2010 back in the region 16 people have died – number expected to rise! Khyber now joins Sindh and Punjab In what appears to be a similar repeat of last year’s flood, fresh flash flooding has occurred in North-west Pakistan affecting the region of Khyer-Pakhtunkhwa. Kohistan has been badly affected as 16 people…

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Earthquake sends wave of fear among Americans!!!

Tremors were felt in Washington DC and New york Washington monument affected! No causality reported A 5.9-magnitude earthquake centred in Virginia has shaken much of Washington DC and was felt as far north as New York City and Martha’s Vineyard. Parts of the Pentagon, White House and Capitol were evacuated. There were no immediate reports of injuries. This was…

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The day when the Earth will stand still – Judgement day through the eyes of Islam!

When we talk about Judgement day, we usually think of heaven and hell. But the question arises is that how judgement day will  occur? It is said that it will happen in the form of natural disasters raging from west to east. Most common believe is that earthquakes will rock the planet and mega tsunamis…

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Pakistan Weather Update & Monsoon alert (August 19 – August 26)

Monsoon activity in Sindh! Weekend and Monsoon! UAC moving westwards! Temperature and precipitation Sindh province has experienced its second floods in a row though they were of different nature but the people faced same problems. Record-breaking monsoon showers created a flood-like situation in south-eastern Sindh that affected some 2 Lakh people. In the north few…

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Part II: Floods revisit Sindh – Two years in a row!

More stories are now unfolding about the recent flooding in Sindh. Fresh reports suggest that at least loss of Rs. 130 billion has happened in Sindh, Rains destroyed standing crops of cotton, paddy, sugarcane, onion, tomato, chillies, fodder and other seasonal vegetables to the tune of billions of rupees. Tando Muhammad Khan and Badin districts are the…

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Floods revisit Sindh – Two years in a row!!

2 Lakh affected in Sindh: NDMA Fears of spread of diseases Many people still stranded! It has happened again as feared by the international communities early this year. Record breaking monsoon rainfall this time in Sindh have wrecked havoc somewhat similar to last year’s great floods. At least 30 people have been reported of losing…

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