Indian children play in a waterfall at the Lumbini Water Cascade in Hyderabad on May 2, 2010, to beat the high temperatures. India's monsoon, vital to hundreds of millions of farmers and of crucial importance after the worst drought in 37 years, will be normal strength this year, the weather office said last month. By Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.

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