Photo: Residents and travellers as they stand on the remains of a flood-damaged road in the state of Uttarakhand (AFP: Indian Army)
At least 60 people are dead and tens of thousands have been left stranded in India after early monsoon rains caused the Ganges to flood.
The rains are at least twice as heavy as usual in north-west and central India, with the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand the worst hit.
Bridges, houses and multi-storey buildings have been washed away in the rains.
Among the 60 dead in Uttarakhand were four members of the same family, who died when their home was hit by a landslide as they slept.
The National Disaster Management Authority says up to 50,000 people are stranded, including as many as 5,000 tourists and pilgrims.
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