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Deadly earthquake: Death toll reaches 4347

The death toll from Saturday's deadly 7.9 magnitude quake and a series of aftershocks that struck various parts of Nepal has reached 4347 leaving 8154 injured as of Tuesday morning.

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  • Swift response need of the hour

    The magnitude 7.9 earthquake that rocked the country on Saturday should be taken as a wake-up call. Various seismologists have said over the years that we were due for a big one.



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