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|HEFEI， June 19 (Xinhua) -- A senior Chinese official has called for intensified efforts to prevent flood and mitigate loss from possible flood disasters， while warning about possible basin-wide floods this year.
Vice Premier Wang Yang made the remarks during an inspection tour in central China's Anhui Province on Saturday.
Affected by super El Nino， China would face very complicated weather conditions and there is a relatively high possibility of basin-wide floods occurring this year in the country， said Wang.
He called upon local authorities and related departments to take precautions， intensify efforts in weather forecasting and monitoring， and formulate emergency programs.
The vice premier also stressed the importance of avoiding mass casualties and ensuring water supply safety.
Earlier on Sunday， at least a dozen people went missing and 400，000 people were evacuated from their homes， after a heavy downpour in Huanggang City， central China's Hubei Province.
A maximum of 251 millimeters of rain has hit the city from Saturday afternoon. Floods have collapsed houses， bridges， dikes and roads， and inundated farmland.
China's meteorological authority on Sunday evening renewed a yellow alert for rainstorm across parts of central China from Sunday evening to Monday evening.
Heavy rainstorm will hit the provinces of Guizhou， Hubei， Hunan， Henan， and Anhui in the coming day， with precipitation reaching 180 millimeters in some areas， the National Meteorological Center (NMC) said.
China has a four-tier color-coded system for severe weather， with red being the most serious， followed by orange， yellow and blue.
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The victims were largely civilian who were using the road.
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It is not clear if the target was the police station located just directly opposite to the scene of the explosion.
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It is the first explosion in the city in more than a month since the deadly Ramadan period attack at two restaurants which claimed at least 30 lives.
No group has claimed responsibility but the militant group Al-Shabaab has claimed credit for such attacks in the past.
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SRINAGAR， Indian-controlled Kashmir， Oct. 25 (Xinhua) -- A five-member delegation led by India's former external affairs minister Yashwant Sinha on Tuesday initiated a Track II diplomacy in restive Indian-controlled Kashmir to end an ongoing deadlock in the region.
The move is aimed at reaching out to separatists and help breaking the ice between separatist groups and New Delhi.
"Soon after delegation arrived here， they drove straight to the residence of Syed Ali Geelani at Hyderpora and held meeting with him，" a police official said.
Sinha along with his team later called on other separatist leaders Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and others.
Geelani is under house arrest， while as Mirwaiz was shifted to his residence on Monday from a sub-jail after about 60 days.
"We talked in a very cordial atmosphere. Our aim was to talk (to separatists) and we have been successful in that，" Sinha told reporters after coming out of Geelani's residence.
"We are few people， who I must call， people of goodwill. We have come here on humanitarian grounds and to share the pain and sufferings of people."
The delegation led by Sinha comprises of India's former Chairperson of the National Commission for Minorities and the first Chief Information Commissioner， Wajahat Habibullah， former Air Vice Marshal Kapil Kak， veteran journalist Bharat Bhushan and executive director of a Delhi based policy group and think tank - Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation - Sushobha Barve.
The delegation is scheduled to stay in the region for three days， during which they would be meeting civil society members and pro-india politicians， besides region's chief minister.
The meeting comes more than a month after separatist leaders refused to meet some members of Indian parliamentary delegation during their visit to Srinagar.
Though the delegation refuses having any backing of New Delhi on holding meetings with separatists， however， release of Farooq from sub jail and shifting of another separatist leader Mohammad Yasin Malik to hospital was seen as government's approval to the affair.
Currently Indian-controlled Kashmir is grappling with the violent unrest. The region has been witnessing the largest anti-India protests in recent years since July 8， following the killing of a popular milit.