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August 28, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two days of heavy rains killed at least 37 people and flooded rivers in the northeastern province of Punjab, government officials said. The deaths occurred in the provincial capital, Lahore, and elsewhere in the province, where nearly 400 villages were hit by the belated monsoon rains. Most of the dead were crushed when houses collapsed, the officials said. In India, the monsoon rains have killed at least 945 people since June and damaged crops covering an area of 3.
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August 28, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two days of heavy rains killed at least 37 people and flooded rivers in the northeastern province of Punjab, government officials said. The deaths occurred in the provincial capital, Lahore, and elsewhere in the province, where nearly 400 villages were hit by the belated monsoon rains. Most of the dead were crushed when houses collapsed, the officials said. In India, the monsoon rains have killed at least 945 people since June and damaged crops covering an area of 3.
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December 17, 1989 | MICHELE OSTROVE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
If Hank Kaestner didn't have to worry about volcanoes in Indonesia, striking port workers in Bombay, dollar fluctuations in Holland, monsoon rains in Pakistan, drought in Morocco, floods in Spain and religious strikes in the Punjab, he might get bored with his job. That's because spices provide much of the variety in Kaestner's life. As director of spice procurement for the world's largest spice manufacturer, the century-old McCormick Spice Co.
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