Darbhanga News

Tuesday 2nd September 2014
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Darbhanga Facts

Population: Approx 218,391
Longitude: 85.9
Latitude: 26.17
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Country: India (IN)
Weather Station: Patna
(about 63 miles away)

Darbhanga Weather

Current Weather in Darbhanga

News Headlines

Thousands affected in Bihar flood, evacuation on
Thousands of people in Darbhanga, West Champaran and Nalanda districts in Bihar have been affected by floods after rivers flowing through these districts breached their embankments. Floods occurred in Darbhanga and West Champaran districts after breaches developed in the embankments of Kamla Balan and Gandak rivers respectively, while in Nalanda it was due to the overflowing of Panchane river.
Floods ravage 1500 villages in UP and Bihar, death toll 28
Bahraich/Darbhanga,Aug. 18 (ANI) : Over 1500 villages in nine districts of Uttar Pradesh have been severely affected by floods. Army helicopters are dropping off food packets in affected villages. In Bihar, nearly four lakh people have been affected by the floods in the districts of Saharsa, Darbhanga, West Champaran and Nalanda.
Four get 10 years' imprisonment in dowry death case
Darbhanga (Bihar), Aug 21 (PTI) A Darbhanga district court today sentenced four members of a family, including a woman, to 10 years' imprisonment in a dowry death case three years ago.
Thousands affected as flood situation worsens in Bihar
Patna, Aug 16: The flood situation in Bihar worsened Saturday with a river breaching its embankment in Darbhanga district and affecting thousands, officials said.Kamala Balan river, swelled by the flood waters of its tributaries, breached the embankment near Ghanshayampur in Darbhanga.The
Five more die, Bihar flood toll rises to 34
Five more lives were claimed by the floods, including two in Patna and one each in Darbhanga, Araria and Madhepura districts, on Saturday taking the toll to 34 in the state.However, the official toll is 18.
Thousands affected in Bihar floods, evacuation on
Rivers flowing through Darbhanga, West Champaran and Nalanda districts have breached their embankments.
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Sports Headlines

For sale: Century-old cards of Ty Cobb, Cy Young
A baseball fan took up smoking a century ago and with it acquired another habit: holding onto little cards that bore the faces of baseball's earliest greats. Now, the trove of more than 1,400 tobacco cards ...
Olympic National Park bans drones amid US order
SEATTLE (AP) — Following a nationwide directive, Washington state's largest national park has joined the list of those banning drones.
Bollywood's link with sports is great: Ranbir Kapoor
Mumbai, Sep 1 (IANS) Actor Ranbir Kapoor, who has stakes in the Mumbai City Football Club (FC) franchise of the Indian Super League (ISL) football tournament, believes Bollywood celebrities' involvement in sports in the country is beneficial in many ways. Apart from Ranbir, the ISL has star team co-owners such as John Abraham and Abhishek Bachchan, while Varun Dhawan endorses the Goa team ...
Ranbir Kapoor Launches Soccer Team Logo
Mumbai City Football Club: A dream come true for Ranbir Kapoor and 20 million Mumbaikars. Team owners Ranbir Kapoor and Bimal Parekh share philosophy, launch team logo Ranbir Kapoor and Bimal Parekh, owners of the Mumbai franchise of the Indian Super League, today announced that the metropolitan city’s very own team will be called Mumbai City Football Club (Mumbai City FC). Present at the launch ...
National Sports Awards 2014
The national sports awards were awarded by President Pranab Mukherjee.
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