India In-Depth: Q|A Raj Barooah, Aideobarie Tea Estate

A drought was declared in Assam in April, a month that saw only four days of rain in north India's tea-growing regions.  Fewer rain days since January and a rainfall deficit of 205 millimeters compared to the long-term average, meant that tea bushes were badly hit.

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