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Downpour destroys crops in Karnataka's Shivamogga

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Downpour destroys crops in Karnataka's Shivamogga

Downpour destroys crops in Karnataka's Shivamogga

The continuous heavy downpour in Karnataka's Shivamogga has caused extensive damage to harvested paddy and other crops in the district.

Paddy field was submerged at Hindlemane village in Humcha Hobli area of Shivamogga district due to heavy rainfall in the region.


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