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Tehri Dam

At least 12 workers died on Monday evening when a tunnel on the site of the controversial Tehri Dam in north east India collapsed. More workers are missing. The government has launched an immediate inquiry into the tunnel collapse, which first reports suggest was linked to flooding in nearby rivers. At 261m tall Tehri is the highest rock and earthfill dam in Asia and the fifth highest in the world.

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