Punjab: As the Chakki River overflows, the road leading to the Pathankot airport washes away.

A portion of the Badrinath NH-7 was washed away due to rising water in the Khachda drain located at Lambagad . The Dehradun Meteorological Centre issued an orange warning for the next four days, beginning July 29 .

Pathankot (Punjab) India: On Saturday, officials said the main reason for the water flow in the Chakki river was cited by the Himalayan Pradesh government, and we have discussed it with them and they are working on it, said Deputy Commissioner, Pathankot, Harbir Singh.Due to rising water in the Khachda drain located at Lambagad, a portion of the Badrinath NH-7 was washed away.According to district administration officials in Chamoli, pilgrims were stuck on both sides of the highway.In another incident, teachers of an inter-college in Uttarkashi assisted their students in crossing an overflowing drain after a heavy downpour.

A landslide was reported on Friday at Nainital Bhowali road in Nainital.According to Dheeraj Singh Garbyal, DM, Nainital, it will take at least a week to restore it.The Dehradun Meteorological Centre issued an orange warning for the next four days, beginning July 29.The alert covers Dehradun, Nainital, Tehri, Pauri, Champawat, and Bageshwar.