Gogra

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Gog·ra

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Gogra

(ˈɡɒɡrə)
n
(Placename) a river in N India, rising in Tibet, in the Himalayas, and flowing southeast through Nepal as the Karnali, then through Uttar Pradesh to join the Ganges. Length: about 1000 km (600 miles)
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When the police visited the site, they were informed by an eyewitness that a man came, left his motorcycle and phone, and jumped in the Ghaghara river. Till now, we have not found his dead body and the search operation is on," Srivastava added.
The dolphin, who weighed 80 kg, was released in Ghaghara river.
In India and Nepal, an extensive monsoon and thunderstorms left 5,000 people dead or missing, victim to the flash floods and landslides that destroyed more than 1,500 roads and bridges along the Ganges, Yamuna and Ghaghara rivers and tributaries, all of which feed through the region away from the Bay of Bengal.