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Indus river journey: pakistan after the floods pakistan's floodwaters welcomed along indus delta flooding that caused destruction elsewhere, brings joy and hope to those at the bottom of the indus. Pakistan floods still claiming lives six months after the worst floods in the history of pakistan, millions are still in dire need of assistance and there are new warnings of malnutrition in sindh province, reports the bbc's orla guerin.
This feature is not available right now please try again later. Widespread and heavy monsoon rains in july and august 2010 led to deadly flooding in pakistan months later, large parts of the country remained underwater. Flash monsoon flooding in karachi, pakistan's largest city, has claimed the lives of at least 16 people, most of them children, officials confirmed friday.
The following is a list of floods in pakistan damage caused by the floods of 2010 in 2003, sindh province was badly affected when above normal monsoon rainfall caused flooding in the province urban flooding also hit karachi where two days of rainfall of 2845 millimetres. Ms zuberi said lahore, a city of 6 million in eastern pakistan, received nearly seven inches of rain in a 24-hour period the rains flooded the main roads of the city, which is the capital of punjab province people waded through water and pushed motorbikes and other vehicles. Lingering floods in pakistan acquired on september 4, 2010, november 7, 2010, and january 26, 2011, these false-color images show the very slow retreat of flood waters from an area in sindh province.
Indus river journey: pakistan after the floods still marooned: plight of flood-stricken villagers in pakistan's sindh province plagued by bandits, threatened by malaria: island-villages remain desperate for aid as floods refuse to go away.
At least 130 people died and 2,000 were displaced in khyber-pakhtunkwain in july and 22 people died in august, while 815 people died in balochistan and sindh due to flash floods in 2010, almost all of pakistan was affected when massive flooding caused by record breaking rains hit khyber-pakhtunkhwa and punjab. Pakistan – deadly landslides and floods in gilgit-baltistan 7 august, 2017 at least 5 people have been killed and several others injured after floods and landslides in the gilgit-baltistan region of pakistan over the last few days.