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Floods in the southern Indian state of Kerala have killed more than 350 people since June. The BBC’s Navin Singh Khadka explains why the floods were so deadly this time.
The devastating floods in Kerala peaked last week. The monsoon rains have since begun to ease and rescue teams have been deployed,
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