Bodies float down Ganges as nearly 4,000 more die of Covid-19 in India

12/5/2021 5:21:00 AM

Bodies float down Ganges as nearly 4,000 more die of Covid-19 in India

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Bodies float down Ganges as nearly 4,000 more die of COVID-19 in IndiaLUCKNOW: Scores of bodies are washing up on the banks of the Ganges as Indians fail to keep pace with the deaths and cremations of around 4,000 ... very depressing , channel like cna always pick up negative news and pictures about india. making mokery of enormous problem .

India Covid: Dozens of bodies wash up on banks of Ganges riverThe bodies appeared to be bloated and partially burnt, and officials said they may have ended up in the river as part of the practice of cremating victims of coronavirus along the river Ganges.

Bodies float down Ganges as nearly 4,000 more die of COVID-19 in IndiaLUCKNOW: Scores of bodies are washing up on the banks of the Ganges as Indians fail to keep pace with the deaths and cremations of around 4,000 ... very depressing , channel like cna always pick up negative news and pictures about india. making mokery of enormous problem .

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