India--Bihar State - 18 out of 38 districts including:
Darbhanga, Sheohar, Madhubani, Sitamarhi, East Champaran, Samastipur,
Muzaffarpur, Bhagalpur, Banka, West Champaran, Siwan, Araria, Katihar,
Assam State - 26 of 28 districts including: Goalpara, Dhubri, Sonitpur,
Majuli, Nalbari, Kamrup, Darrang, Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Bongaigaon.
cities: Guwahati, Goalpara, Nagaon and Cachar.
Tripura State - South Tripura district. Agartala area.
Arunachal Pradesh - Seppa district, Sejusa; East Kameng district
West Bengal - Murshidabad, Nadia, North 24 Pargana, Birbhum and
Burdwan. Champasari, Karaibari, Gulma, Sukna, Rajib Nagar, Sitlapara,
Shib Nagar and Nouka Ghat.
Uttar Pradesh - Sitapur
Bangladesh -- 25 of its 64 districts including:
Satkhira, Moulvibazar, Habiganj, Comilla, Sylhet, Sherpur, Sunamganj,
Kurigram, Chittagong, Netrokona, Bogra, Manikganj, Pabna, Gazipur,
Barisal . Dhaka area.
Burma - Mandalay area. Myikyina, Kachin State.
Henzada and Pantanaw regions. Shan State. Tenasserim Division.
India--Bihar - Kiul, Bagmati, Adhawara, Lakhandai,
Sakri, Bhutahi Balan, Kosi, Gandak, Burhi.
Assam - Brahmaputra and tributaries.
Arunachal Pradesh - Pakke, Bordikrai, Hulengi, Satrang.
West Bengal - Bhagirathi and Ichhamati. Fulohar, Lish, Mansai,
Tripura - Bhairav, Gomati, Muhuri, Fenni, Howrah
Tripura - Bhairav
Bangladesh - Kabatakh, Gomoti, Khowai, Dhalai,
Muhuri, Gumti, Burma. Ganges, Padma, Brahmaputra, Jamuna and Meghna,
Burma - Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers and tributaries.
Salween and Shweli. Tenasserim.
"South Asia's worst monsoon flooding in 15 years"
India - 2178 deaths since June (Includes event
2004-085 and 2004-130). 12 million people homeless or stranded by
Bihar: 611 deaths as of July 25. 10 million people in 16 districts
displaced or trapped by flooding as of July 16.
Assam: 88 deaths as of July 23. Worst flooding in 25 years; $1.08
billion in damages. 8,500 villages under water as of July 23; 7.5
million displaced. "This is the worst flooding in recent memory"
Tripura: 90,000 displaced, 3 deaths.
Bangladesh - Worst flooding in Bangladesh since
1998. 898 deaths since June. 30 million people marooned, 25 of Bangladesh's
64 districts inundated; two thirds of Bangladesh under water. Worst
flooding in Sylhet since 1988. 10 million hectares crops destroyed.
$7 billion in damages.
July 22 - Bramaputra at 51.43 meters in Guwahati, higher than in
1988 record of 51.37. Bramaputra at 37.85 m in Goalpara, higher
than 1954 record of 37.43.
July 25 - 40% of Dhaka city submerged.
September 14 - late monsoon rains flood Dhaka and kill 26.
Heaviest rains in 50 years in Dhaka.
September 20 - 800,000 homeless in late monsoon flooding in West
MODIS Observations Flooding in Patna area of Bihar
on June 24.
More flooding in Bihar June 25, 28, July 25, 27, August 1, 3. High
levels on Bramaputra river on June 25, 30, July 1, 2. Extensive
flooding along the Bramaputra and Meghna on July 13, 22, 24, 25,
27, August 1, 3, 9. Less flooding on August 12, 14, 16, 18, 21,
24.Flooding along Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers and their tributaries
observed July 24, 26, August 11, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25 Flooding intensified
along the middle and lower Irrawaddy on September 17, 19, 20.