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GROUND ZERO: The Kedarnath temple stands tall amidst damaged buildings. There are reportedly 27, 000 people still trapped in this area

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June 22, 2013


GROUND ZERO: The Kedarnath temple stands tall amidst damaged buildings. There are reportedly 27, 000 people still trapped in this area

HUNT FOR SURVIVORS: Indian Army personnel look for survivors trapped near Kedarnath

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June 22, 2013


HUNT FOR SURVIVORS: Indian Army personnel look for survivors trapped near Kedarnath

DISAPPEARING ACT: Govindghat area in Chamoli was partly submerged by an overflowing Alaknanda. Chamoli is the second largest district in Uttarakhand and at present home to a number of relief camps for flood victims

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June 22, 2013


DISAPPEARING ACT: Govindghat area in Chamoli was partly submerged by an overflowing Alaknanda. Chamoli is the second largest district in Uttarakhand and at present home to a number of relief camps for flood victims

PICKING UP THE PIECES: A victim dries up his mud-smeared belongings on the roof top of the building where he stayed in Srinagar. The other floors are still submerged in sludge

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June 22, 2013


PICKING UP THE PIECES: A victim dries up his mud-smeared belongings on the roof top of the building where he stayed in Srinagar. The other floors are still submerged in sludge

ALTERED PATHS: Breaching its banks, the Mandakini gushes through a house in the Kedarnath valley

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June 22, 2013


ALTERED PATHS: Breaching its banks, the Mandakini gushes through a house in the Kedarnath valley

UNDER WATER: A house submerged in sludge in Srinagar. The building of Sashastra Seema Bal Academy was also destroyed by the raging flood water

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June 22, 2013


UNDER WATER: A house submerged in sludge in Srinagar. The building of Sashastra Seema Bal Academy was also destroyed by the raging flood water

HIGHWAY TO HELL: Stranded vehicles near Rudraprayag. Road connectivity between Rishikesh and Joshimath opened for light vehicles on June 20. The floods have washed away 1, 100 roads and 94 bridges in the state

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June 22, 2013


HIGHWAY TO HELL: Stranded vehicles near Rudraprayag. Road connectivity between Rishikesh and Joshimath opened for light vehicles on June 20. The floods have washed away 1, 100 roads and 94 bridges in the state

LIFE SAVERS: A pilgrim is carried to safety in Chamoli

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June 22, 2013


LIFE SAVERS: A pilgrim is carried to safety in Chamoli

SOS: Army personnel rescue injured tourists in Chamoli. The home ministry has allocated 40 choppers for recuse operations

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June 22, 2013


SOS: Army personnel rescue injured tourists in Chamoli. The home ministry has allocated 40 choppers for recuse operations

NOAH'S ARK: Members of the Indian Defence Forces rescue stranded villagers in northern Uttarakhand

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June 22, 2013


NOAH'S ARK: Members of the Indian Defence Forces rescue stranded villagers in northern Uttarakhand

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