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    • Sunil Kumar Jha रिलीफ लेल/ टूटी पड़ल छैक/ कछार पर
      May 2, 2011 at 11:51am ·  · 4
    • Sunil Kumar Jha कोशी के डोर/ भागी रहल छैक/ उचास पर
      May 2, 2011 at 11:53am ·  · 4
    • Sunil Kumar Jha तम्बू गाड़ने/ जीवन के निर्वाह/ करि रहल
      May 2, 2011 at 11:54am ·  · 3
    • Dinesh Mishra Gajendra Bhai,

      This is something that is very familiar to me. I can see water on either
      side of the embankment in the background indicating presence of flood water
      on either side of the embankment ( non-believer would call it a road) and
      people living on it under makeshift arrangement. Unfortunately, I do not
      know data entry in Devnagari although I write in Hindi, I may not be of much help. How I wish I could have sent you something. A graphic record of such a situation is available from pages 68-75 of my book "Dui Paatan Ke Beech Mein...". That is all I can say.

      Best wishes.

      Dinesh Mishra
      May 2, 2011 at 11:56am via  ·  · 6
    • Gajendra Thakur Thanks sir, You have done so much work; biographies of almost all the rivers of Mithila, your work is unparalleled; Despite being non-maithili speaking you are a true MITHILA RATN..regards...
      May 2, 2011 at 1:39pm ·  · 3
    • Gajendra Thakur ‎@Dinesh Mishra ji, you can start a debate regarding flood control here in English. I have seen Sh. Satya Narayan Jha suggesting on facebook which I am reproducing here...@Satya Narayan Jha
      कोसी पर महासेतु बनि रहल छैक जाहि में मक्सिमम
      डिस्चार्ज ७९००००क्यूमेक्स पर रूपांकन कयल गेलइक अछि जखन कि १९६८ में डिस्चार्ज ९५०००० क्यूमेक्स रहैक |नदीक चारि धारा क’ अफ्लाक्स बांध सं बान्हि पाँचवाँ धारा मेमिला एक क’ देल गेलैक ओहि सं डावन स्ट्रीम मे स्कावरिंग बेसी हेतैक जाहि सं तटवंध ध्वस्त भ’ सकैत छैक |सरकार क’ पुनर्विचार करब आबश्यक |...
      May 2, 2011 at 1:43pm ·  · 6
    • Vimal Jha Each time a breach occurs on the kosi embankments, Bihar's politicians starts blaming Nepal govt. and unpredictable course change of the kosi river. I am wondering why govt's flood control programme is not in sync with Dr. Dinesh Mishra's view. Please correct me if I am wrong?
      May 2, 2011 at 9:46pm ·  · 2
    • Dinesh Mishra 
      As far as Bihar is concerned, there are 4 barrages on the Kosi, the Gandak in India and one each on the Bagmati and the Kamala in Nepal. Tha barrages on the Kosi and the Gandak are manned by Bihar Engineers and they get salaries from the Go...See More
      May 2, 2011 at 10:58pm ·  · 4
    • Gajendra Thakur I have seen Sh. Satya Narayan Jha suggesting on facebook which I am reproducing here...@Satya Narayan Jha
      कोसी पर महासेतु बनि रहल छैक जाहि में मक्सिमम डिस्चार्ज ७९००००क्यूमेक्स पर रूपांकन कयल गेलइक अछि जखन कि १९६८ में डिस्चार्ज ९५००००...See More
      May 2, 2011 at 11:12pm ·  · 2
    • Ira Mallick garibi wa amiri/ ke kon gpp/bachcha ke khushi / pita ke harsh.
      May 3, 2011 at 8:15am ·  · 2
    • Dinesh Mishra ‎*Blaming Nepal for Floods in India*

      * *

      The floods in the basin were bit advanced in 2004 and in a heart rending incident, a bus full of the 32 occupants of a marriage party was swept away
      near Bhanaspatti on the 7th June. Only six persons could be rescued and all
      the rest were killed in this untimely flood of the season.

      On the same day, near a road bridge on the Bagmati connecting Sitamarhi to Sheohar, some 24 persons died when a boat carrying them capsized in the
      river. According to the eye witnesses, nearly 60 persons were traveling in
      the boat and 5 motor cycles and some 10 cycles were also loaded in it. The district administration confirmed 10 deaths later. Apart from statistics,
      the rainy season in the basin started on a very bad note this year. Both
      these events acquired significance when a report appeared in the local
      newspaper (Dainik Hindustan-Patna edition of 9th June 2004) titled ‘Nepal se paani chhore jaane ke karan barh aai’ (Floods were caused because of release of water from Nepal). The news report said, ‘…According to a Press Release here, the Chief Minister has said that there has been an untimely flood
      because of sudden release of huge quantity of water from Nepal without
      giving any prior notice. The District Magistrate of Sitamarhi has informed
      the Chief Minister that the accidents were caused because of untimely flood
      in the district.’ There was a fierce debate over this statement of the Chief Minister in the Vidhan Sabha and the Vidhan Parishad as both were in session
      at that time.’

      During the debate on the budget of the Water Resources Department of 2004-05
      in Bihar Vidhan Sabha, Ram Pravesh Rai MLA had said, ‘…It was said here the day before that Nepal releases water. Sir, I also sit with him sometimes and
      he tells that Nepal does not release any water, we make false allegations.
      When the water is beyond the capacity (of the channels), it comes here as
      floods and causes destruction in Bihar. Sir, many people are still missing
      in the recent floods. The highways connecting Sitamarhi, Muzaffarpur and
      Sheohar are closed because of floodwater coming from Nepal and we allege
      that this is happening because Nepal releases water.’

      Because of misinformation or issuing statements knowingly to pass the buck
      on Nepal for releasing water that causes floods in eastern Uttar Pradesh and North Bihar by responsible leaders, common person in these parts of the
      country is convinced that Nepal is responsible for the floods in his area.
      In the absence of correct information, local media also participates
      actively in spreading this canard. This may be suiting the politicians, administrators and engineers to save their skin but it definitely leads to friction among the people living on either side of the border. No wonder
      that an average Nepali is convinced that all the benefits of the joint
      ventures of water resources have gone to India and they are left in lurch.

      An engineer and social worker from Nepal, Ajaya Dixit says, ‘…Both statements are incorrect because there are no storage dams in Nepal:
      flooding is the natural outcome of the region’s interconnected
      hydro-ecology. The few barrages and weirs in Nepal cannot store water, and
      the only dam on the Kulekhani River can store only a tiny volume of monsoon water. The general Indian perception, however, reflects the conventional response wherein both the problems and their solutions are externalized in
      space and time seeking a hierarchic solution to control floods. It bears
      serious lessons for developing and managing Himalayan waters, and about
      risks and benefits involved in this approach.’

      Abstracted from the Book ‘Bagmati Ki Sadgati’ by Dinesh Kumar Mishra
      May 3, 2011 at 11:41am via  ·  · 2
    • Gajendra Thakur ‎@Dinesh Mishra ji Satyanarayanji has said that on Kosi a bridge is being constructed, the data taken is maximum discharge of only 790000 cusecs for today, while in 1968 it was at a higher level at 950000 cusecs! the four streams has been merged into the fifth stream, it will lead to more squaring in downstream, lead to damage to the Bandh.. please give your suggestion/ opinion on this..regards..
      May 3, 2011 at 2:44pm ·  · 3
    • Gajendra Thakur कथकिया कि / घरदेखिया क्यो नै/ अबैए एत'
      May 3, 2011 at 4:02pm ·  · 2

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