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Bihar floods: Experts blame climate change, global warming, unplanned development for rains
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Bihar floods: Experts blame climate change, global warming, unplanned development for rains

Nearly 110 people have died in the last five days. While 79 people have died in UP, 28 lives have been lost in Bihar.

Rain-related fatality mounts to 148 including in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh;  highest rainfall this monsoon since 1994, says IMD
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Rain-related fatality mounts to 148 including in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh; highest rainfall this monsoon since 1994, says IMD

The weather department has forecast a long delayed withdrawal of Monsoon and more rains for Bihar, including capital Patna, where several areas still remain submerged, and food and relief material are being air dropped.

Bihar floods: Heavy rain claims 29 lives; parts of Muzaffarpur, Patna submerged in water
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Bihar floods: Heavy rain claims 29 lives; parts of Muzaffarpur, Patna submerged in water

Continuous rains have flooded extensive parts of Bihar, including the state capital of Patna

Bihar floods: Toll rises to 29 as state govt requests IAF for two helicopters to airdrop food packets, medicines in affected areas
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Bihar floods: Toll rises to 29 as state govt requests IAF for two helicopters to airdrop food packets, medicines in affected areas

The death toll due to incessant rainfall and flood in different areas of the state has risen to 29, officials said on Monday

Bihar floods: Heavy rains claim 7 lives; IMD issues red alert for 9 districts, including East-West Champaran, Siwan, Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi
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Bihar floods: Heavy rains claim 7 lives; IMD issues red alert for 9 districts, including East-West Champaran, Siwan, Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi

Heavy rains in several parts of Bihar has thrown normal life out of gear affecting rail traffic, healthcare facilities and schools. Weather forecaster have predicted more rains in the coming days. The residences of Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, Road Construction Minister Nand Kishore Yadav and BJP MP Rajiv Pratap Rudy resembled marooned islands, reports have said