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Earthquake in Nepal with 7.8 scale causing Destruction

by John Bhatt
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We are saddened and shocked to expressed our Deep Condolences and heartfelt sympathies towards the Victim of Nature. May Lord Pashupatinath give us strength to overcome the loss caused.

Recent Updates in Earthquake

12:00 30/04/2015

08:39 28/04/2015

21:58 27/04/2015

20:49 27/04/2015

19:13 27/04/2015

16:11 27/04/2015

13:29 27/04/2015

We have some good news for Nepalese here in India, Bharti airtel had made Nepal calls free for next 48 hours so you do not feel frustrated on extra cost searching for your friends and family.
In continuation, Reliance mobile will be costing equal to local call rates till Tuesday night and Idea Cellular also slashing its ISD Rates for Nepal from 12Rs/min to 1 Rs/min upto 27 April midnight. Similarly many leading cellular brands have slashed their rates for certain period. We have news that Nepals leading private sector telecom service provider NCell made NCell to NCell calls free during the rescue period.

While as per Nepal Police official Facebook page, we were provided the counting of human casualties till yesterday 10 PM (25th April 2015, 22:00 NST).
Death count as on 25april10pm
Source: Nepal Police Facebook (Saturday, 25 April 2015)

Similarly, MTNL and BSNL had made Nepal calling rates equal to local call rate.

Thank you India for being with us in tthis situation.

After today morning, almost 19 major Earthquake are recorded in Nepal and killing hundreds of people in the city of temples and Kathmandu valley.


Causing destruction to property of millions and some places with historical importance. Dharhara Tower is also completely destructed by earthquake.

A powerful earthquake struck Nepal Saturday, killing at least 479 people across a swath of four countries as the violently shaking earth collapsed houses, leveled centuries-old temples and triggered avalanches in the Himalayas.

Image Source: Nepal earthquake: Latest developments – The Hindu

Screenshot: USGS

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