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Deaths add to Assam rain woes 22.4.2010 The Telegraph : North East
Deaths add to Assam rain woes
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Little progress in Congress, Trinamool seat-sharing talks 22.4.2010 Hindu: Other States
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Disaster Management Support 21.4.2010 Govt of india: PIB
Disaster Management Support
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Plan to renovate Contour Canal 20.4.2010 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
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Plan to renovate Contour Canal 20.4.2010 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
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Report card 16.4.2010 Financial Express: Front Page
Risk mitigation through adaptation of physical environment includes land use planning; prevention of soil erosion; building...
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China earthquake: Prime minister visits ruins as focus turns to schools 16.4.2010 The Guardian -- World Latest
Wen Jiabao pledges help as 10,000 rescuers rush to stricken Yushu area in Qinghai The Chinese prime minister, Wen Jiabao, promised support for the survivors of the country's worst earthquake in two years today as the death toll exceeded 600. With more than 300 people missing in Yushu prefecture, Qinghai province, the authorities dispatched dog teams and heavy lifting equipment to help rescue workers search for people trapped in the rubble left by yesterday's 7.1 magnitude quake. Attention focused on several schools in Jiegu, where 66 students and 10 teachers died. Chinese media and bloggers published images of three young children in blue school uniforms lying dead on the pavement – a grim echo of the high casualty rate at poorly ...
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Maharashtra teeters on the brink of power supply collapse 16.4.2010 DNA: Top News
Maharashtra's power generation slid further on Thursday because of low availability of water for the thermal, gas, and hydel power plants in the state, creating a bigger gap between demand and supply.
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Quake in China kills 400, injures 10,000 16.4.2010 Mumbai Mirror
Beijing: A powerful earthquake on Wednesday devastated China’s remote northwestern province of Qinghai, killing 400 people as it toppled houses, created cracks in dams and left 10,000 injured, officials said. The quake, measuring 7.1-magnitude on the Richter scale, hit the province...
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400 killed in China quake 15.4.2010 Central Chronicle
400 killed in China quake
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China earthquake death toll rises 15.4.2010 The Guardian -- Front Page
China authorities say 100,000 people will have to be relocated after earthquake in Yushu, Qinghai province The death toll in the China earthquake rose today as rescue workers scratched through rubble with their hands in the search for survivors in a remote part of the Tibetan plateau. More than 600 people are reported dead, 9,000 injured and 300 still missing, although hundreds of people have been pulled free alive, according to state media. About 15,000 homes are thought to have collapsed and 100,000 people will need to be relocated, authorities said. Amid warnings that the death toll was likely to rise, the government dispatched more than 3,000 paramilitary police and disaster response specialists to Yushu county, Qinghai province, ...
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China steps up quake rescue effort as death toll hits 589 15.4.2010 DNA: Top News
More than 10,000 people were injured and thousands left homeless in freezing conditions after a series of quakes and aftershocks in the remote mountainous Tibetan Plateau.
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400 killed, 10,000 injured in earthquake in China 15.4.2010 PTI: All news
400 killed, 10,000 injured in earthquake in China
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'The houses went down. It was terrible' 15.4.2010 The Guardian -- World Latest
Over 3,000 police and disaster response specialists sent to Yushu county, Qinghai province Chinese rescue workers were scratching through rubble with their hands in the search for survivors tonight after the country's biggest earthquake in two years killed more than 400 people and left thousands injured in a remote part of the Tibetan plateau. Amid warnings that the death toll was likely to rise, the government dispatched more than 3,000 paramilitary police and disaster response specialists to Yushu county, Qinghai province, where 85% of the buildings were said to have collapsed in the hardest hit community. TV footage of soldiers scrabbling to reach children trapped or buried under collapsed schools rekindled memories of the earthquake ...
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Deadly quake claims 400 lives in China 15.4.2010 Deccan Chronicle: International

Beijing, April 14: A powerful earthquake on Wednesday devastated China’s remote northwestern province of Qinghai killing 400 people as it toppled houses, created cracks in dams and left 10,000 injured, officials said.

The trembler measuring 7.1 on the Richter scale hit Qinghai on the Tibetan plateau early on Wednesday almost flattening Jiegu township, where more than 85 per cent of the house

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Hundreds killed in China quake 15.4.2010 Telegraph: International
Beijing, April 14 (Reuters): A strong earthquake toppled hundreds of homes and some schools in the remote mountainous Tibetan plateau of southwest China today, killing at least 400 people and injuring thousands.
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400 killed, 10,000 injured in earthquake in China 14.4.2010 DNA: Popular News
Many residents of the remote area could be without shelter in temperatures that hover near freezing and even colder in the high mountain villages.
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Unacknowledged Victims 14.4.2010 National
More deprived and dispossessed than the Dalits - or Muslims - the Adivasis remain not just marginal but invisible. Crushed in the violent war between the State and the Maoists
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Water problems ruined Angkor Wat 14.4.2010 Hindustan Times: News
The great Khmer capital of Angkor, in what is now Cambodia, was for a time the largest preindustrial city in the world.
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400 killed, 10,000 injured in earthquake in China 14.4.2010 IE: Latest News
A series of strong earthquakes of 7.1-magnitude struck China's remote northwestern province of Qinghai.
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