Eleven people missing as Himalayan state of Uttarakhand suffers heaviest rain in more than 100 years
At least 46 people have died and 11 remain missing in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand after the worst rainfall in more than 100 years triggered flash flooding and landslides.
Record-breaking rainfall caused by cloudbursts, an intense deluge of rain, over Uttarakhand’s picturesque Kumaon region led to flooding that washed away homes and vehicles. One district in the Nainital area received...
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