14 killed, 102, including 22 soldiers, missing in northeast India as heavy rain triggers glacial lake burst and flash floods. Approximately 22,000 people are affected. This disaster is linked to climate change, part of a series of extreme weather events in the region.
Search and rescue operations are challenging due to ongoing rains, fast-flowing rivers, and damaged infrastructure.
A cloudburst over Lhonak glacial lake caused flash floods in the Teesta valley, near the China border. 26 injured, 11 bridges washed away.
More rain expected, leading to landslide and flight disruptions. Other mountainous areas in India, Pakistan, and Nepal have also seen deadly floods and landslides recently, attributed to climate change.