2.5 Million Indians Stranded by Flood Nearly 2.5 million Indians remained stranded, homeless, and hungry in flood-ravaged villages in the eastern part of the country Tuesday, 17 days after a river burst a dam in neighboring Nepal and changed course. Heavy rains and the swelling waters of the Kosi, known as the "river of sorrow" and worshiped by local people, caused havoc in almost 1,000 villages in Bihar state.0 Comments
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