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In late August 2008, the Kosi River in India overflowed its banks in the state of Bihar after severe monsoon rains caused a dam to burst in neighboring Nepal, triggering what officials are calling the worst floods in 50 years.Some Rescue workers in flood-hit northern India have brought over 800,000 people to safety, but tens of thousands more are still believed to be trapped, officials said..Flood affected villagers receive medical attention at a medical centre in Sapual district, in India's northeastern state of Bihar, September 13, 2008.