The death toll in southwestern India has risen to 324, according to a new official toll. More than 200,000 people have been displaced in more than 1,500 relief centers and tents.
Authorities warned the local government in Kerala of additional rains in the coming period, which will increase the flood. While more than 80 dams were destroyed, officials said.
Eleven members of one family, blindfolded, hanging from the ceiling in their home in the Indian capital, were found shocked by the shock, while Indian police began investigating the incident.
"Ten of the bodies were blindfolded and hung from the ceiling in an open area," said Rajesh Khorana, the joint police commissioner. "The 11 body, belonging to an old lady, was found in a room."
Punjab Times Online posted a video showing an Indian man dancing to the tune of one of Shami Kapoor's famous songs at a wedding in India.
As the man was dancing, he sat down as if he were relaxing, then suddenly collapsed and fell to the podium.
The moment the man died came with a clip in the song saying "What will happen if I no longer exist."
Saudi police found the body of an Indian pilot, Rethwick Tiwari, in a gymnasium in a Riyadh hotel.
Sources said the deceased pilot was working for India's state-owned airline, whose body was found on Wednesday morning and suffered a heart attack while exercising.
In India, a rare virus, spread by fruit bats, can cause flu-like symptoms, but it destroys the brain, causing dozens of deaths.
The World Health Organization (WHO) said there are no vaccines for the treatment of the Nipah virus, which spreads through body fluids and can cause brain inflammation. The usual treatment for the virus is to provide supportive care.
The rape of children in India, involving a prominent politician and a member of the ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), raped a girl in the state of Uttar Pradesh with the help of a woman and arrested The police.
A police spokesman said the arrested woman was named Shashi Singh, the second one being detained on the case.
The victim's family accused the woman of deceiving her 17-year-old daughter and bringing her to the house of the politician Kuldeep Singh Sinjar "until he commits his crime and rapes her."
Indian authorities arrested eight people, including five Omanis and three Qatari nationals, in Hyderabad city in September 2017, on charges of marrying minor girls between the ages of 14 and 18, despite their denials.
An Indian man who had to earn a living by giving snakes to the public in the streets of Uttar Pradesh in northern India.
While he was on a street in the city of Mau, Uttar Pradesh, the dummy appeared, wrapping the huge animal around his neck, inviting the audience to watch it. He may have sensed the life of the snake, which began to tighten its grip on his neck. He sat up, gesturing with his hand perhaps for help or for a little air, On his face in the case of fainting and the body of his body jerks and rises in pursuit of life, according to the newspaper "Daily Mail" British.