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Lightning kills 11 in Indian state of Odisha - International Business Times UK

At least 11 people have been killed by lightning in India as large parts of the country take shelter from floods. More from IBTimes UK. Murder investigation launched following discovery of woman's body in Norwich · Trump ready to take 'all necessary ...and more »

Lightning Kills 21 As Floods Sweep Across Odisha, Jharkhand - NDTV

Torrential rains have wreaked havoc across several other states, damaging roads and electricity networks, with about 700 dead reported across the country. All India | Agence France-Presse | Updated: July 31, 2017 21:14 IST. 70 Shares. EMAIL. PRINT ...and more »

Deadly Lightning Strikes Leave at Least 15 Dead in India - Sputnik International

Lightning has killed at least 15 people in Eastern India during a monsoon thunderstorm, according to local media. An intense thunderstorm wrecked havoc in the state of Odisha, located on the eastern coast of India on Sunday, bringing about numerous ...and more »

Lightning kills 21 as India reels from floods - Easterneye (press release)

Lightning killed 21 people in eastern India as large swathes of the country reel under the worst floods in years that have left hundreds dead and millions displaced, officials said Monday (31). Eighteen people were killed in Odisha state, authorities ...and more »

Lightning kills 33 people in Odisha as India monsoon continues -

Lightning from thunderstorms across eastern India on Sunday and Monday resulted in the deaths of 33 people. The deadly lightning strikes occurred in the state of Odisha. Most of the 33 victims were working in fields, according to First Post. Odisha's ...and more »

33 killed by lightning strikes in 36-hour period in eastern India - The Week Magazine

Lightning strikes killed at least 33 people in a 36-hour period in India's eastern state of Odisha, AccuWeather and The Times of India report. The victims are the latest casualties of this year's devastating monsoon season, which has left nearly 700 ...and more »