Floods and landslides triggered by ruthless rain in northeast India have left at least 33 people dead and more than a million without homes. Government officials said Monday that the states hardest hit were Sikkim, Assam, and Arunachal Pradesh. In Assam alone, nearly one million residents have been displaced and eight have been killed. In July, flooding in the same area killed 110 people.
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