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The death toll in the Bihar floods mounted to 24 on Monday, with 25.66 lakh people reeling from the deluge in 12 districts of the state following incessant rains in neighbouring country Nepal, officials said. Five more children drowned in two separate incidents in East Champaran district, but a senior official of the state disaster management department said they were not counted among the flood casualties.

CBI has announced Rs 5 lakh reward for anyone who gives information on whereabouts of self styled godman Virendra Dev Dixit.  CBI had last year registered 3 cases against Dixit after several girls were allegedly kept under illegal confinement at his ashram in Rohini,Delhi.The self-style godman is absconding for over a year.

The Bagmati has virtually created havoc in Aurai, Katra and Gaighat blocks of Muzaffarpur district, posting flood threat to 150 villages.As many as 25,66,100 people have been affected by flood waters in 77 blocks of 12 districts -- Sheohar, Sitamarhi, East Champaran, Madhubani, Araria, Kishanganj, Supaul, Darbhanga, Muzaffarpur, Saharsa, Katihar and Purnea -- the report said.

Flood situation in Assam, Bihar and other northeastern states continues to remain grim as many districts in two states face deluge.he situation in Assam deteriorated Monday as floodwaters submerged 30 of the 33 districts in Assam and death toll increased to 15, even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi took stock of the situation and assured of all assistance from the Centre.

The situation in Assam deteriorated Monday as floodwaters submerged 30 of the 33 districts in Assam and death toll increased to 15, even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi took stock of the situation and assured of all assistance from the Centre. Altogether 42.87 lakh people in 4,157 villages are reeling under the impact of the floods that have submerged 1,53,211 hectares of farm land in 30 districts, according to the daily report of the Assam State Disaster Management Authority.

The death toll in the Bihar floods mounted to 24 on Monday, with 25.66 lakh people reeling from the deluge in 12 districts of the state following incessant rains in neighbouring country Nepal, officials said. Five more children drowned in two separate incidents in East Champaran district, but a senior official of the state disaster management department said they were not counted among the flood casualties. With five rivers in spate, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar undertook an aerial survey of the flood-hit areas during the day.