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A hard rain still pummels India

Between July and September, north and west India bore the brunt of the rain gods' wrath. Now, it is the south and the east's turn.

Heavy downpours over the last two days have crippled life in southern and eastern India.

The Cauvery in spate. Excess water from the Mettur dam, which is overflowing with approximately 2.3 lacs cusecs of water every second, was diverted into the Cauvery.

Photograph: UNI

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