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Central China hit by drought, as reservoirs become ‘dead water’

A major drought is affecting more than 600,000 people and 2 million acres of land in Hubei and Henan provinces in central China. Many small reservoirs are so low that water would have to be pumped from them, and 400 million cubic meters of water have been discharged from the Three Gorges Dam. GR

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  1. Its a very scary news. Everybody should be concerned towards such misfortunates in the mankind and each should contribute from their side to reduce pollution and global warming.

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