India's Northeast Ravaged by Flooding
Massive monsoons hit Indias northeastern regions causing floods to displace over 200,000 people.
An Indian villager carrying his goat on his shoulder walks through a flooded road at the Chaygaon village in Kamrup district of northeastern Assam state, India, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. Landslides and flash floods triggered by two days of heavy rain have killed at least 28 people in India's remote northeast.
Indian Army personnel conducted rescue operations in the flood affected Chaygaon village in Kamrup district of Assam state, India. At least 28 people have been killed by the floods, and an estimated 200,000 people were affected by damaged roads, bridges and homes in states of Meghalaya and Assam.
Villagers go through floodwaters in a country boat to a high land area in the flood affected Chaygaon village.
Rescue operations by Indian Army personnel have continued throughout the flood-affected areas, where thousands have been displaced from their homes.
In the Goalpara district, few cars escaped the floodwater's path of destruction.
A boy makes his way through a flooded area as he returns from school during heavy monsoon rains.
A man carries his daughter through knee-high water in Gauhati.
State Disaster Response Force personnel rescue people by boat from the flooded areas.