Indias air force begins dropping supplies to flood-ravaged India for last year’s monsoon rains
Rescuers were battling to reach areas hit by the torrential rains in South Asia, the Indian air force said on Sunday, as thousands of people were still under water following the latest flood from floods in southern India.
An Indian air force crew has been on a search and rescue mission in the aftermath of the worst flood in two years in the southern state of Rajasthan for about 400 people who suffered loss of life after rising floodwaters killed at least 15 people in western parts of the state.
Indian military airmen flew in and out of the capital after flooding devastated parts of the state earlier in the week.
Residents from several rural areas have set up makeshift shelters in the villages they live in and in neighbouring Himachal Pradesh.
Bodies and wreckage lie in the water after heavy floods hit Uttar Pradesh on Saturday morning
A relative of the deceased from Hangu in Haryana’s Okhla district sits in front of a pile of rubble in the floo바카라사이트d-hit Chidambaram district
A man with a lorry walks through dry mud near houses inundated by the torrential rains in Meerut, about 150 kilometres away from the border with Pakistan, on Sunday
A resident inspects her home after rising water inundated her house in Bnatyasastra.comikaner district, near the border with Pakistan on Saturday morning
Relatives and neighbours search the muddy riverbed to find their relatives who are reported missing, as they gather to look for survivors of the latest flood in India
Flood victims make their way to ambulances after the floods in Dandakaranya in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday morning
Emergency workers and rescue teams walk along a road on the outskirts of the city in Delhi after the flooding in the state
Indian army helicopters have carried out search and rescue operations and search and rescue teams are battling for survivors of the latest flood
Residents of Rajasthan take a break after the torrential rai바카라ns hit the southern state on Saturday, as thousands died of thirst
Relatives carry dead bodies on stretchers after being helped from the debris of houses inundated by heavy rains in Meerut
A man searches for his belongings in an abandoned house hit by a flood that swept across Chidambaram district of Uttar Pradesh on Saturday
A relative of another man in the floods in Uttar Pradesh watches as rescue workers carry out search and rescue operations to search for other residents trapped under th