India among countries that will be most 'economically harmed': IPCC report

Report says India will face extreme weathers, water scarcity, health hazards, threat to food security

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India will face extreme scenarios emerging from climate change on almost all fronts — from rising sea leve­ls to groundwater scarcity, from extreme weather patterns to a fall in crop

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