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27 Apr 2015, 22:36 HRS IST
Team of health experts from AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospital being sent to Nepal to assess situation arising due to mortalityAvid woman mountaineer perishes in Nepal avalancheSensex plunges 260.95 points to end at 27,176.99; Nifty tumbles 91.45 points to 8,213.80Seven tourists from Assam feared dead in Nepal: Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal5-judge constitution bench halts proceedings for 10-15 minutes for taking a stand on the issueCJI H L Dattu refuses to participate in the meeting to select two eminent persons as members of NJACDecision making has to be much quicker. The process of political consensus has to be statesman-like and mature: FMWe need to revisit provisions of Prevention of Corruption Act: FMDMK leader K Anbazhagan and Karnataka can file their written submission before the High Court latest by April 28:SCKarnataka has the power of being the sole prosecuting agency in the case: SCThe appointment of Bhawani Singh as SPP is "bad in law" but it does not warrant de novo hearing, says SCTamil Nadu government has no authority to appoint Special Public Prosecutor in J Jayalaithaa's DA case, says SCOur agriculture sector faces serious challenges: FMInfra sector faces biggest challenge, highways programme has slowed down, investment hasn't come in Railways: FMOur taxation policy has to be non-adversarial, govt doesn't intend to tax people retrospectively: JaitleyExternal factors like lowering of oil prices have suddenly turned into India's advantage: FM Arun JaitleySensex rises 129 pts in early trade on positive Asian cuesQuake: Death toll rises to 66, Bihar reports highest casualtiesRupee falls 21 paise at 4-month low against USD in early tradeAn inter-ministerial team headed by Additional Secretary in MHA B K Prasad leaves for Nepal to coordinate rescue and relief operations
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The 7.9 magnitude temblor shook Nepal injuring over 8000  people and leaving thousands more homeless. PTI
The 7.9 magnitude temblor shook Nepal injuring over 8000  people and leaving thousands more homeless. PTI
  • Nepal quake toll rises above 3,700
  • 20:58 HRS IST
  • Kathmandu:Hit by severe shortage of food, water, electricity and medicines and buffeted by fear, tens of thousands of people are out in the open here as quake-hit Nepal today desperately sought international help to tide over a looming crisis with death toll soaring to over 3,700. A well-known Telugu movie choreographer, 21-year-old Vijay, was killed in a road accident in rain and aftershock of the temblor in the early hours of today when his film unit was on its way to Kathmandu. Seven women from Assam were also feared killed in the quake on Saturday.
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