Jul 25, 2013
Flood-hit Indians struggle to rebuild lives in the "Land of the Gods"
A woman displaced by floods sits in a relief camp in the Indian town of Joshimath, a month after flash floods and landslides in the northern state of Uttarakhand stripped tens of thousands of their farmland or income.
The night the rain fell: Living in fear in India's Himalayas
Maheshwari Devi, 41, with her ailing son, Santosh, in a makeshift tent in Govindghat, 19 km from Joshimath town in India's Uttarakhand state on July 14, 2013.
'Crow' regret and food-queue worries
Such is the power of this old saying in Uttarakhand - that when a crow bathes, it will rain in torrents - that survivors of the deluge are regretting not having been alert enough to spot the bird when it took the dip.
Heavy Rains Lash U'khand, Ganga Level Rising
Zee Media Bureau Dehradun: The flood-devastated Uttarakhand on Wednesday witnessed heavy rainfall in several regions affecting the relief and rehabilitation work being carried out by various central and the state agencies in the Himalayan state.
For 'last Indian village' a daily struggle
This village of 270 families remains cutoff from essential services and supplies.