Twitter and Facebook users are offering everything from food to free cellphone credits after the state of Tamil Nadu in India has experienced the worst monsoon rainfall in a century.
Some 200,000 residents of Tamil Nadu state in India have had to flee their homes in the worst monsoon rains in a century. Prime Minister Modi has mobilized army and naval rescue teams. (02.12.2015)
Flash floods and landslides in northern India and Nepal have already claimed more lives than last year's monsoon season. In India, two packed tourist buses were swept away into a ravine by a sudden mudslide.
Some 200,000 residents of Tamil Nadu state in India have had to flee their homes in the worst monsoon rains in a century. Prime Minister Modi has mobilized army and naval rescue teams.
Rescue crews have been deployed to provide relief from the worst flooding to strike southern India in 100 years. Volunteers and companies are filling the gap in an outpouring of solidarity.
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