At least 30 people are dead and 200 missing after a ferry capsized in India.
The vessel had been carrying around three hundred passengers along Brahmaputra River in the northeastern state of Assam when it was overturned due to heavy winds and rain.
About a dozen people were successfully rescued, but nightfall and bad weather are hampering efforts to find those still missing.
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