Tackling the challenge of drowning cities
M. Atif Sheikh
It’s morning time and there is a lot of hustle and bustle in the house; kids have to go to school and men to work, but the street outside is looking like a canal due to the heavy rain last night. Suddenly, a mobile phone bell rings; the person on the other side tells that the rainwater has entered your shop and warehouse. Upon hearing this, the head of the family gets worried. His condition deteriorates and he needs immediate treatment. But, reaching a hospital seems impossible as street is flooded with rainwater and not even a motorbike can be waded through, let alone a car.
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