The biggest news of 2017 has been the devastating floods that swept through India and Pakistan, killing over 1,200 people.
It was followed by a series of high-profile disasters across India and across the world.
One of the more dramatic disasters was the deadly fire in Bengaluru that killed more than 1,300 people.
The disaster was the deadliest in India since the 1984 Mumbai terrorist attack.
It came just days after a spate of other deadly wildfires in India, including a devastating fire in the northeastern state of Assam that killed over 300 people in April.
As the worst of the floods hit India, the country was hit with its second largest fire in nearly two years.
This fire in Mumbai was the worst in India’s history, with an estimated 2.2 million hectares (5.4 million acres) burned.
India is currently in a drought, and officials are hoping to end it soon.
But some residents of the city are worried about the long-term effects of this drought.
There is no official drought forecast yet in India.
And there is no timeline for when the drought will end.
But there is a sense of foreboding.
India’s drought is the worst since the global financial crisis.
India has experienced a severe drought for at least six months.
What’s going on?
The drought has a number of causes.
One of the main reasons is climate change.
In the last couple of decades, India’s average temperature has been more than two degrees Celsius above the mid-latitude region.
This means that summers are warmer than winters.
And that means that more and more of the land is under intense heat stress.
The fires also have a direct impact on water supplies in India and the world as a whole.
“This drought is not only impacting us directly but also indirectly, as the Indian rivers are drying up due to extreme heat,” said Suresh Srivastava, a professor of water resources and environmental management at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore.
“It’s impacting people directly and indirectly, and this is going to impact water supplies for the rest of the world.”
Indian farmers are suffering from a lack of water.
A recent study by the Indian Statistical Institute found that the average daily rainfall in India fell by almost half between January and July, a trend that was expected to continue until 2019.
Many farmers are also struggling with high water prices, and the water shortage is also impacting other sectors in the country.
According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), India’s water supply is “critically low,” and its “sustainable water use is not yet on par with other countries.”
In addition to the drought, India has seen a series a number other disasters.
India has been hit with the worst floods in its history.
There was a devastating flood in Bengalure that killed more that 1,000 people in June.
In August, a devastating wildfire swept through the central state of Maharashtra killing more than 600 people in the worst-affected part of the state.
And a spate of other fires in the state of Uttar Pradesh left at least 2,000 homes and businesses destroyed.
In September, a series of devastating fires swept through central and northern India, killing at least 3,000 and burning more than 2,500 hectares (7,000 acres).
The fires came as part of a major outbreak of dengue fever, which was traced to a mosquito-borne virus that has been found in the blood of many Indians.
The virus has spread across parts of India, and is believed to be a major reason for the rise in cases and deaths in the affected states.
The deadly fire in Bengaluru has left at at least 1,100 people dead and injured nearly 2,300.
The worst fires in India have caused at least 5,000 deaths in India over the past two years, according to India’s Health Ministry.
At least 3 million people in India live in areas where dengues have been confirmed, and nearly half of the population in India is under the age of 5.
India currently has more than 10,000 cases of diphtheria and cholera, and over 1.4 billion doses of diazepam have been given out in the last year alone.