Loss, damage take centre stage as India battles climate extremities

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Cyclones, in the last five years, have alone caused destruction of 5.9 million hectares of crop area, with over 720 reported deaths and damages to 2.97 million houses

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The last few days of the ongoing climate conference COP26 will mull over a more immediate problem – loss and damage caused by climate extremities. No other country, apart from

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