Leh One Year After The Flash Floods

LEH, KASHMIR, INDIA - AUGUST 01: Children play in a school which was partially swept away last year by flash floods and mudslides on August 01, 2011 in Leh, east of Srinagar in Ladakh, India. Nearly one year after flash floods devastated Leh and other adjoining areas in the Ladakh region of Indian Administered Kashmir, over 400 people are still missing. At least 190 people, including many foreign tourists, were killed in a series of floods and mudslides that hit the Himalayan region beginning August 5, 2010. (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)
LEH, KASHMIR, INDIA - AUGUST 01: Children play in a school which was partially swept away last year by flash floods and mudslides on August 01, 2011 in Leh, east of Srinagar in Ladakh, India. Nearly one year after flash floods devastated Leh and other adjoining areas in the Ladakh region of Indian Administered Kashmir, over 400 people are still missing. At least 190 people, including many foreign tourists, were killed in a series of floods and mudslides that hit the Himalayan region beginning August 5, 2010. (Photo by Yawar Nazir/Getty Images)
Leh One Year After The Flash Floods
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