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Himalayan tragedy
26 April 2015, Kathmandu, Nepal, Agencies
Nepal was ravaged by the worst earthquake in 80 years on Saturday, leaving nearly 1,500 people dead in flattened houses and buildings including the iconic Dharhara tower and renowned Darbar Square in the heart of the capital.
Avalanche claims 10 Everest mountaineers
A total of 10 people, including foreign climbers, were reportedly killed in an avalanche on Mount Everest which was triggered by a magnitude 7.9 earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday, a Nepal tourism ministry official said.
Quake kills at least 36 in India, PM takes stock
At least 36 people were killed and more than 100 injured in India due to the massive earthquake that had its epicentre in Nepal. Prime Minister held a high-level meeting on the situation and spoke with the chief ministers of the affected states.
Outpouring of grief and prayers flood social media
As a massive earthquake hit Nepal and also left India shaken in its wake, the social media went abuzz with people praying for those affected and sharing their experiences on websites like Facebook and Twitter.

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

India sends 4 aircraft with relief supplies to Nepal
As many as four aircraft including a C-130 plane carrying three tonnes of relief supplies and a 40-member rescue team were on Saturday pressed into service to assist Nepal after it suffered a devastating earthquake.

Delhi beefs up security measures
The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung convened a high level meeting with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other senior officers of Delhi Government to take stock of the preparedness in the wake of the earthquake.

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Global vaccination targets are ‘off-track’
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In bringing back 66A, warnings from Turkey, Russia
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Nepal quake: Hundreds die, many feared trapped
At least 970 people are known to have died in a powerful earthquake in Nepal, with many more feared trapped under rubble, officials say.
Mumbai dial M for victory
Pace bowlers Lasith Malinga and Mitchell McClenaghan came up with stellar bowling display to help Mumbai Indians defend a modest score.



No damsel in distress
Strong and smart, new age actresses Huma Qureshi, Kalki Koechlin and Radhika Apte talk about the changing role of women in Indian cinema and the struggles one faces as a young actor in the industry.

Child's play
5th edition of Krackerjack Karnival came as a perfect summer weekend escape for kids and families with two days of playful and engaging activities.

Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar feeding cake to his Mother on his Birthday in Mumbai on Friday.

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