Monsoon's Rudratandav in Uttarakhand
Jun 19, 2013
Flash floods and landslips triggered by the monsoon fury since Monday have left at least 150 dead and over 70,000 tourists and pilgrims stranded in Uttarakhand. A look at the havoc caused by the torrential rains.
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