HAAT VILLAGE, India – Narmada Devi pointed to an expanse of rubble and dirt, at the spot where her home in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand stood until last year.
The flattened remains of her house and those of her neighbors in Haat village lay scattered around, buried in construction waste from a nearby hydroelectric power plant.
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