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Assam floods: 38,000 people affected, Brahmaputra continues to swell

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Assam floods: 38,000 people affected, Brahmaputra continues to swell

Assam floods: 38,000 people affected, Brahmaputra continues to swell

38,000 people have been affected by floods in 5 districts of Assam.

The death toll has now reached 12 even as floods have inundated 102 villages in 5 districts of the state.

The Brahmaputra river continues to swell in Guwahati with water level being just a metre lower than the danger mark.

Its tributaries are flowing above the danger mark in some places of the state.

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