Environmental fears over India's plan to stop flooding

India's government is set to spend $87bn on an ambitious project that links major rivers across the country. It hopes the plan will stop floods, like the one that killed hundreds last week.

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    The government of India is set to spend $87bn on an ambitious project that links major rivers across the country.

    It hopes the plan will stop floods, like the one that killed hundreds last week.

    However, many fear it could lead to an environmental disaster.

    Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan reports from Bihar, India.


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