A HAILSTORM THAT TOOK PLACE IN 1888 AND KILLED 246 PEOPLE IN MORADABAD LISTED AMONG ALL-TIME DEADLIEST WEATHER EVENTS IN WORLD

An 1888 hailstorm in India has been identified by the UN weather agency among all-time deadliest weather events.

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