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India: farmers struggle as farmland floods


Parts of Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) witnesses waterlogging and flooding in several areas, disrupting farm activities as monsoon season is in full swing.

Added on the 27/07/2023 00:14:22 - Copyright : AFP EN

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