Karāchi : Pakistan | Aug 11, 2010 at 12:41 AM PDT
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An exceptional high flood in the Indus has entered central Sindh after passing through Sukkur Barrage as outflow of water at Guddu is decreasing. According to flood warning centre, flood pressure at Guddu is gradually decreasing at water discharge has reached 10,87,000 Cusec.

At Sukur Barrage 11,30,000 Cusec outflow was recorded. Intensity of flood is continuously rising at Kotri Barrage

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