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Incessant rains have played havoc in
the Kutch region, displacing around 3,000 people. Nearly 70
boats and 450 fishermen are said to be missing in the stormy
sea, sources said.
Fourteen people were killed in
rain-related incidents in Uttar Pradesh where major rivers
were in spate inundating several villages, officials said.
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The Gujjar agitation in Rajasthan
coupled with foggy weather conditions over parts of North
India on Tuesday had a major effect on train movement in northern
and central parts of the country.
Thirteen people were killed as
heavy monsoon rains wracked havoc in north and east India,
triggering landslides and inundating lakhs of acres of
farmland on Friday.
Heavy rains continued to lash
North India throwing normal life out of gear with most of the
rivers in the region flowing at danger level.
Fierce rainstorms and resultant
landslides over the past several days have left dozens of
people dead or missing in southern and eastern China where
flash floods have also wrecked havoc.
Dense fog once again played
havoc with train movements as the Railways cancelled 46 trains
and rescheduled 38, even as more than 110 trains arrived in
the national capital several hours behind schedule.
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