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Duration2006/08/27 Monsoon rains and flooding have killed at least 130 people in Indias western state of Rajasthan, officials said on Monday, with huge swathes of desert underwater.
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  • Reueters News 2006/09/06
    At least one million people have lost their homes to floods in eastern India, but government relief is slow and inadequate, voluntary groups said on Wednesday.
  • BBC NEWS 2006/09/04
    Scores of villages have been inundated in Indian-administered Kashmir after heavy rains triggered flash floods and landslides in the region.
  • Reuters AlertNet 2006/08/29
    Flooding triggered by monsoon rains over the past week has killed almost 140 people and left hundreds of thousands of people displaced in the state, most in the district of Barmer -- a vast desert area bordering Pakistan.
  • Reueters News 2006/08/28
    Tens of thousands of people have been displaced in Barmer, a sprawling district that borders Pakistan and is known for its sand dunes and widely spread villages. Dozens of people are missing.
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