(CNN)Torrential monsoon rains in the aftermath of cyclone Komen continue to cause flooding in India, Bangladesh and other South Asian countries, leaving hundreds dead and millions displaced.
Flooding in Asia displaces millions; death toll rising rapidly
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In India, at least 192 are dead due to the heavy downpours and related accidents, according to government officials.
Late Tuesday, flooding under a bridge derailed two trains carrying as many as 1,600 passengers traveling in Madhya Pradesh, killing dozens.
In West Bengal, hundreds of thousands of people have been moved to relief camps to escape the floods. CNN's Sumnima Udas visited the state's capital Kolkata, where 83 people have died due to flooding.
Elsewhere in India, roads, dams, and rivers are overflowing, sending floodwater into villages and forcing locals to flee.
Other countries in the region are experiencing extreme difficulties due to heavy rains.
Over a million people have been affected by flooding in Pakistan, with 86 reported deaths as of August 3, according to release by Plan International, a humanitarian organization.
Severe flooding has caused death toll to reach 69 in Myanmar, while 259,000 have been affected across 12 of Myanmar's 14 states, according to the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs on Thursday.