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... Till June end this year, the government was worried about how to cope with back-to-back drought.But by the second half of August, the scene changed dramatically and several states were in the spate of floods.In Bihar, more than five million people have been affected and 6,50,000 displaced from their homes; in Assam 1.8 million people were affected with 2,40,000 displaced, and in UP 8,70,000 were affected.Floods also occurred in areas that were earlier not considered flood prone, such as the cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur and the southern districts of arid Rajasthan.Even in Madhya Pradesh, 300,000 people were affected.There is a growing concern that floods cause large-scale damage to crops, cattle, property and even human lives, and this trend is increasing over time. ...Indian Express on Sept. 12, 2016, 2:30 a.m.