People push vehicles stuck in the flood water at Panadala in district Pathanamthitta, India

How India is battling deadly rain storms as climate change bites

South Asian weather is becoming increasingly difficult to forecast as monsoons grow more erratic — and global warming is raising the risks posed by violent rain storms.

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