Torrential rains huge havoc on Sindh, killing several, heavy rains destroy the crops in Sindh
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
Within an 18-hour spell of rain on Friday dumped up to 20 centimeters of water on the Sindh.
Torrential rains that lashed southern parts of Pakistan's Sindh a couple of days ago have inundated cultivation territories, badly affecting the crops. The crops of banana, melon, betel leaf, chilli, onion and tomato suffered huge damage from the heavy rain. Due to LBOD overflowing, there is no another system in Sindh to drain out water from the damaged crops.
- "Rains destroy crops in Sindh; price hike looms" — , September 11, 2006
- M. H. Khan. "Rain misery in Sindh persists" — , Sept 10, 2006
- "Floods caused by torrential rains kill 10, cut rail traffic in southern Pakistan" — , September 9, 2006
- "Rain plays havoc in southern Pakistan, killing several" — , September 9, 2006
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