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Bihar flood toll rises to 341; PM Modi to conduct aerial survey on Saturday

DNA Tuesday, 22 August 2017
 With 37 more deaths, the toll in Bihar flood rose to 341 on Tuesday even as 1.46 crore people are affected by the deluge in 18 districts of the state.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi would make an aerial survey of flood affected districts of Bihar on August 26, said Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi. "PM coming on 26th...
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News video: Bihar Flood Kills 56, CM Conducts An Aerial Survey

Bihar Flood Kills 56, CM Conducts An Aerial Survey 02:01

As the death toll due to floods reached 56, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar conducted an aerial survey of the flood affected places. Close to 7 million people are affected by floods wreaking havoc in 13 districts of the state

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