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Lizzie Vieh talks about 'Monsoon Season' play and digital age Special

Playwright Lizzie Vieh chatted with Digital Journal about "Monsoon Season," which begins performances on October 21, at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in New York.

Drought leaves Indian city of 4.65 million people without water

It is becoming an increasingly common story - Another city is running out of drinking water. Chennai, India, the country's sixth-largest metropolis with 4.65 million people, is facing a dire water shortage.

India's Modi seeks expanded irrigation as drought threatens

With monsoons expected to bring less rainfall than usual this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India is seeking a quick fix to the problem, wanting to expand irrigation systems that would improve water usage.

Pakistan remains unprepared for monsoon season: Oxfam

Islamabad - As Pakistan continues its recovery from the 2010 floods that devastated the country, the state remains unprepared as the latest monsoon season looms.

Burma Prepares For Monsoon Season, Shelter Is Limited

It has been almost a whole month since Burma was ravaged by Cyclone Nargis. The victims are faced with a shortage of shelter as the country heads into monsoon season.

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Therese Plaehn in a scene from  Monsoon Season   written by playwright Lizzie Vieh.
Therese Plaehn in a scene from 'Monsoon Season,' written by playwright Lizzie Vieh.
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