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Global Natural Disasters Map 2021

Map of Major Natural Disasters 2021 Above is the major natural disasters occurred in 2021 so far. The natural disaster map shows the occurrences of recent natural disasters 2021 including earthquake, floods, tsunami, wildfire, tornado, hurricane etc. The information in the map (google map) is manually entered by  Recent Natural Disasters . It includes facts, statistics, photos, videos and links to detail report on particular natural disasters. Click on the icon above and a message will pop up with data about the particular natural disasters. Use the magnifying glass with the plus sign (+) to zoom in, and the minus sign (-) to zoom out. Do you want this natural disaster map? Just paste HTML below to embed in your website. You can adjust width and height according to your site layout. All global natural disasters of 2021 will be shown automatically once the code is added. <b>Map of Major Natural Disasters 2021</b><iframe  height="
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Magnitude 5.9 earthquake hits Bajura Nepal, tremor felt in Delhi

Update 3:30 pm local time The earthquake has damaged one house in BadiMalika Municpality of Bajura district. January 24, 2023: A strong earthquake of magnitude 5.9 has been recorded in Bajura district in Sudurpashchim Province of Nepal today at 2:43 pm local time. According to the Nepal Seismological Center, the quake's epicenter was located south of Simikot. The tremor was also felt in Delhi-NCR, India, parts of Rajasthan's capital city of Jaipur and Uttarakhand. Today morning, an earthquake of ML 3.9 was recorded around Kareti of Rolpa district at 10:03 local time

Flooding in Singapore closes sections of Ulu Pandan Park Connector

September 18, 2022: Sections of the Ulu Pandan Park Connector in Ghim Moh, Singapore have been closed after water levels in the Ulu Pandan Canal almost reached the level of the park connector. According to the National Water Agency PUB, the water level in the canal was at 90 per cent capacity around 09:00 am today.

Pakistan floods 2022: 'World's deadliest flood' kills 1,486 people

September 18, 2022: The world's deadliest flood since the 2017 South Asian floods have claimed lives of 1,486 people in Pakistan since June 14, 2022. Heavy rainfall and floods have affected 33 million people in Pakistan since mid-June and destroyed around 568,817 houses and damaged 1,174,528 others. Floods affected areas include Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, southern parts of Punjab, Sindh, Azad Kashmir and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. According to the Pakistan government, the floods caused loss of US$30 billion. Pakistan declared a state of emergency because of the flooding disaster on August 25, 2022.

NEPAL: Landslides in Achham district kill 22

September 17, 2022: Various landslides in the Achham district of western Nepal have claimed lives of 22 people and left three others missing. Landslide disaster caused losses in Turmakhand and Dhakari rural municipalities and Kamalbazar municipality. Landslides have caused power outage and closed roads in several areas of Achham.

NEPAL: Magnitude 6.0 strong earthquake in Khotang damages house

Map locating epicenter of the earthquake in Khotang, Nepal (Google Map)  We are closely following this event . Kindly visit again for updates or click here to refresh the page Update 05:35 am UTC A mud house has been collapsed in Sakela Rural Municipality of Khotang. However, no injuries or fatalities have been reported till now. July 31, 2022: Magnitude 6.0 strong earthquake has been recorded in Khotang district of eastern Nepal at 08:13 am (02:28 UTC) Sunday morning at a shallow depth of 10 km. According to the National Earthquake Monitoring and Research Center (NEMRC), the earthquake epicenter was located in Mattim Birta, north of Khotang Bazar. Moderate earthquake of MMI V was felt by the most of the people of eastern areas of Nepal including Khadbari, Dharan, Inaruwa, Itahari, Lahan, Biratnagar and Jhapa. Light to weak tremor of MMI IV-III was felt by the people of Bharatpur, Pokhara, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Kirtipur and Lalitpur. The tremor was even felt by the people of India and

Sharjah and Fujairah flood: Historic rainfall, safety alert issued

July 28, 2022: The Fujairah Port has witnessed the highest amount of rain in the country in 27 years with a record of 221.8 mm rainfall. The rainfall was accompanied by hailstorm and lightning in Al Bithnah Road towards Masafi and with lightning and thunderstorm in Fujairah International Airport, Suhaila in Sharjah and Al Manama in Ajman, Gulf Today reported. Around 3,897 people have been placed in temporary shelter in Sharjah and Fujairah. According to the National Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (Ncema), hotels have capacity to accommodate an additional 1,885 people. The National Centre of Meteorology issued a safety alert regarding the flood-hit areas of Sharjah and Fujairah. For any emergency, the public have been asked to call 999.