Dry Spell Hits Jammu And Kashmir As Jhelum's Water Level Hits 60 Year Low | Read

PUBLISHED ON: January 1, 2017 | Duration: 2 min, 00 sec

   
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Jammu and Kashmir is facing the longest post-monsoon dry spell in more than 40 years. The impact is most distinctly visible in the plummeting water level of the River Jhelum. Just two years after the river flooded much of Kashmir, it has dropped to its lowest in six decades.
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