D. Raghunandan of the Delhi Science Forum talks about the recent floods in various countries in south Asia and the reasons for these disasters. He also talks about how these incidents are connected to climate change
Dozens of people have been killed in monsoon storms across northeastern Bangladesh. Almost six million people in the region remain stranded and are facing an immense scarcity of food, drinking water and shelter as the humanitarian crisis worsens
Massive flooding has devastated parts of South Asia, especially northeastern India and Bangladesh.