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9 killed in landslides in Uttarakhand and J&K; death toll in Kerala floods rises to 76

IndiaTimes Monday, 12 August 2019
Heavy showers lashed Uttarakhand and Jammu leaving nine people dead in landslides, while rescue and relief operations continued in Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Gujarat on Monday. The death toll in the four flood-hit states climbed to 173.
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News video: Indian Army Works to Clear Dam Blockage as Flood Death Toll Rises

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The death toll from floods in the Indian states of Kerala, Karnataka, Gujarat, and Maharashtra climbed to 225 on Tuesday, August 13, Indian media reported, while 1.2 million people in the four states were reportedly displaced. In the southwestern state of Kerala, at least 102 people had died – the...

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