Incessant rainfall has flooded much of northern India a month ahead of schedule. Miriam Berger reports.
Torrential monsoon rains had caused landslides and bad flood in the northern state of Uttrakhand, India.
At least 100 people were killed.
The flood and landslides washed away roads and nearly two dozen bridges and demolished 365 houses and partially damaged hundreds of others.
Nearly 63,000 people were still stranded.
The flooded Yamuna river caused flood in some area in New Delhi.
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