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#TrendingTonight | "There should be a judicial probe": @SupriyaShrinate , Spokesperson, Congress, on the growing number of bodies found floating in River Ganges. #COVID19 

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India’s COVID-19 death toll surges past a grim milestone fuelled by a new variant, as bodies of suspected virus victims have been washing up along the country’s Ganges river. Read more:

Corpses of suspected COVID victims surface in Indian river after dead bodies found in Ganges

Dozens of bodies, likely victims of Covid, have washed up on the banks of the Ganges River this week, as the desperation that engulfed New Delhi has spread across India. Coronavirus infections in states and rural areas with fewer resources are soaring.

India health officials report dozens of dead bodies found floating in Ganges River#FOX59Morning 

In recent days, scores of dead bodies of suspected coronavirus victims have been pulled from the Ganges River banks in eastern India. #9News 

In recent days, scores of dead bodies of suspected coronavirus victims have been pulled from the Ganges River banks in eastern India. #9News 

Bodies of Covid victims wash up on the banks of Ganges river in India as cases surge #Covid19 

In recent days, scores of dead bodies of suspected coronavirus victims have been pulled from the Ganges River banks in eastern India. #9News 

Scores of dead bodies found floating in India’s Ganges River

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Poor people in India are disposing of bodies in rivers because the cost of cremations has shot up during the country’s Covid-19 crisis, medical workers say. Dozens of corpses were found on the banks of the Ganges River on Monday.

Dozens more bodies wash up on the banks of Ganges river in northern India as the country struggles with second Covid wave

As India reports its highest ever daily surge of coronavirus cases, CNN's @clarissaward  visits a crematorium in the country's holiest city on the banks of Ganges River. The situation "has become so bad that shortages have been reported of wood, needed for the funeral pyres."

Dozens of bodies wash up on banks of Ganges river in northern India

India’s devastating second wave was fuelled by a series of crowded events, including mass rallies addressed by PM Narendra Modi, religious holidays and pilgrimages on the Ganges river — in pictures

India’s devastating second wave was fuelled by a series of “super-spreader” events, which include religious holidays, mass rallies addressed by PM Modi, and pilgrimages to the Ganges river — in pictures

A day ahead of the Shahi Snan - considered to be an auspicious day to take holy dip in the Ganges - more than one lakh devotees were seen on the banks of the river, in clear violation of the COVID-19 rules #COVID19 

Hindu pilgrims flocked to take a holy bath in India's Ganges river, even as the country logged the world's highest tally of new daily coronavirus infections.

Thousands of devotees, some of them without masks, gathered by the river Ganges in Uttarakhand's Haridwar for prayers during the #KumbhMela2021 

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