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Aftershocks prevent ‘closure’
27 April 2015, Kathmandu, Nepal, Agencies
Nepal’s worst earthquake since 1934 has killed over 2,500 people and injured thousands and forced many more on Sunday to camp in the open due to powerful aftershocks. As grieving families jostled for space to cremate the dead, India stepped up relief and rescue work in the Himalayan country with which it has close ties.
Modi vows all support to Nepal
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said India stands with Nepal in its time of sorrow, following the massive quake and will do its best to wipe the tear of every Nepali, hold their hand and be with them in this hour of tragedy.
Capital rumbles, Metro halted twice
A day after the Himalayan and sub-Himalayan areas of Nepal and neighbouring states of India were ravaged by a massive earthquake, fresh tremors rocked the Indian Capital on Sunday afternoon at 12.43 pm. The intensity of the tremor was recorded at...
Army’s Gorkha soldiers hope India will stand by Nepal in their moment of grief
The Indian Army has around 55,000 serving Gorkha soldiers and many more retired veterans in Nepal

Ensuring basic amenities for rural India
In an exclusive tete-a-tete with Tania Ameer, Union Rural Development Minister Chaudhary Birender...

India ramps up relief and rescue operations in quake-hit Nepal
Toll mounts to 72 in India, states join Army rescue efforts in Himalayan nation

Union Health ministry chalks out strategies to help Nepal
Following the lines of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Union Health Ministry has also rolled out extensive plans and strategies to reach out to the quake-affected people in Nepal

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