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Flood hits Arunachal

By The Assam Tribune

ITANAGAR, May 18 - Flood waters of the overflowing Noa-Dehing river, fed by torrential rain in the past few days, have inundated several areas in Namsai district of Arunachal Pradesh.

The flood waters inundated Mahadevpur-I, Mahadevpur-IV and Kakoni villages besides submerging paddy fields in Namsai district, an official report said today.

Besides, five bamboo spurs out of 14 constructed on May 10 were washed away by flood water at New Silatoo threatening the Mahadevpur town. The embankment and spur at Nampong in Piyong Circle are also badly affected by the flood water of the river, the report said. � PTI

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Flood hits Arunachal

ITANAGAR, May 18 - Flood waters of the overflowing Noa-Dehing river, fed by torrential rain in the past few days, have inundated several areas in Namsai district of Arunachal Pradesh.

The flood waters inundated Mahadevpur-I, Mahadevpur-IV and Kakoni villages besides submerging paddy fields in Namsai district, an official report said today.

Besides, five bamboo spurs out of 14 constructed on May 10 were washed away by flood water at New Silatoo threatening the Mahadevpur town. The embankment and spur at Nampong in Piyong Circle are also badly affected by the flood water of the river, the report said. � PTI