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Kashmir Tragedy: Wretches of Fate

Kashmir Tragedy: Wretches of Fate

India TV News Desk [ Updated: September 11, 2014 9:01 IST ]
  • Thousands of people fled their homes in Pakistan on Wednesday as monsoon flooding that has already inundated the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir coursed down onto the plains, causing the Chenab River to breach its banks.
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    Thousands of people fled their homes in Pakistan on Wednesday as monsoon flooding that has already inundated the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir coursed down onto the plains, causing the Chenab River to breach its banks.

  • A mother carrying a child cries while evacuating her home along the flooded Chenab River, in Jhang, Pakistan
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    A mother carrying a child cries while evacuating her home along the flooded Chenab River, in Jhang, Pakistan

  • Kashmiri residents use makeshift rafts to rescue flood affected people in Srinagar
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    Kashmiri residents use makeshift rafts to rescue flood affected people in Srinagar

  • Migrant workers cover themselves with plastic sheets to shield from the rain, as they camp on a highway after the area they were living in was inundated by floodwaters in Srinagar
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    Migrant workers cover themselves with plastic sheets to shield from the rain, as they camp on a highway after the area they were living in was inundated by floodwaters in Srinagar

  • Indian tourists rescued from flooded areas arrive with their children at an air force base in Srinagar
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    Indian tourists rescued from flooded areas arrive with their children at an air force base in Srinagar

  • Tears roll down the cheeks of a relative of a seriously ill tourist as they hold him inside an Indian air force helicopter after being rescued from a flooded neighborhood in Srinagar
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    Tears roll down the cheeks of a relative of a seriously ill tourist as they hold him inside an Indian air force helicopter after being rescued from a flooded neighborhood in Srinagar

  • Indian tourists comfort their crying children inside an Indian air force helicopter after being rescued from a flooded neighborhood in Srinagar
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    Indian tourists comfort their crying children inside an Indian air force helicopter after being rescued from a flooded neighborhood in Srinagar

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