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India floods: Uttarkhand devastation one year on

16 June 2014 Last updated at 16:53 BST

It is exactly a year after massive pre-monsoon floods and landslides in India's hilly state of Uttarakhand left a long trail of destruction and affected at least 4,000 villages.

More than 5,000 people still missing in the floods have been presumed dead and their families are being compensated.

The BBC's Nitin Srivastava has revisited the ancient Hindu holy temple of Kedarnath, which suffered damage, but has been re-opened for prayers.

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