20 September, 2014 / Ziqa'ad 24, 1435

Flood's aftermath in Srinagar: Picking up the pieces

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Devastating floods engulfed much of Kashmir two weeks ago, leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless. (Continue Reading)

Kashmiri residents sort out their belongings at their flood-damaged homes in central Srinagar on September 19, 2014.    — Photo by AFP
Kashmiri residents sort out their belongings at their flood-damaged homes in central Srinagar on September 19, 2014. — Photo by AFP
Kashmiri residents clean a flood-damaged shop in central Srinagar on September 19, 2014.  — Photo by AFP
Kashmiri residents clean a flood-damaged shop in central Srinagar on September 19, 2014. — Photo by AFP
A Kashmiri stands near a doll smeared with mud inside a flood damaged house in Srinagar, India, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. — Photo by AP
A Kashmiri stands near a doll smeared with mud inside a flood damaged house in Srinagar, India, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. — Photo by AP
A Kashimri worker of a ready-made garment shop sorts out flood-damaged stock inside the shop in Srinagar on September 18, 2014.  — Photo by AFP
A Kashimri worker of a ready-made garment shop sorts out flood-damaged stock inside the shop in Srinagar on September 18, 2014. — Photo by AFP
A Kashmiri woman drains muddy water from her flood damaged house in Srinagar, Indian-held Kashmir, Thursday, Sept.18, 2014. — Photo by AP
A Kashmiri woman drains muddy water from her flood damaged house in Srinagar, Indian-held Kashmir, Thursday, Sept.18, 2014. — Photo by AP
A man wades through a flooded road along the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar September 18, 2014. — Photo by AFP
A man wades through a flooded road along the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar September 18, 2014. — Photo by AFP
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