35 dead, 165 feared missing in India boat accident
A ferry has capsized in India, leaving dozens of people dead.
Police say the boat overturned and split in two in heavy winds and rain while crossing a river the country's northeast. Police put the death toll at 35, with 165 others missing.
The Assam state police chief says the boat was carrying about 350 passengers, but details were sketchy because bad weather and the remoteness of the area hampered communication.
Police and paramilitary soldiers have been sent to help with rescue efforts.
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