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Prophecy – AUGUST 2007

DEVASTATING FLOODS HIT INDIA, BANGLADESH AND NEPAL

WORST FLOODS IN LIVING MEMORY

5 Aug 2007. Almost 25 million people have been displaced as some of the worst floods for years have hit a wide swathe of northern India, Bangladesh and Nepal.

It has been raining heavily in the region for three weeks. Some rivers have seen their levels rise nine or 10 metres.  Hundreds of thousands of people across the affected area are at risk from hunger and disease.

A third of neighbouring Bangladesh is inundated, with nearly 40 people killed and some five million affected by the floods, the authorities say. In Bangladesh, a country that is predominantly low-lying, hundreds of thousands of people are camping on embankments or on the roofs of their homes waiting for relief.

An estimated 70,000 homes have been submerged or washed away in Bihar.

In Nepal, several rivers that flow down from the Himalayas have burst their banks in the heavily populated and low-lying Terai region that borders Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.  Floods occur in southern Nepal every year, our correspondent adds, but the ferocity of these ones have taken everyone by surprise.

More than 2,400 people have died across South Asia since the start of the annual monsoon in mid-June. In some areas, in Assam, in north-eastern India, three feet of rain fell in July.  – Various reports, including …

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/6931821.stm

 

 

 

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