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    The quake, which reduced large parts of Kathmandu to rubble, is not the 'great Himalayan quake' that the region has been bracing for. Down To Earth magazine quoted Roger Bilham, geologist with the University of Colorado Boulder who studies the seismicity of the Himalayan area as saying, "At a magnitude of 7.9 on the Richter scale, the April 25 earthquake has caused devastation but it is not the anticipated “great Himalayan earthquake”. This does not qualify as a great earthquake which needs to be of magnitude 8".

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  • Nepal Earthquake: Model Pooja Missra Was in Kathmandu, is 'Grateful to be Alive' - NDTV Movies

    Model Pooja Missra, who was in Kathmandu to launch her special calendar when the 7.9-magnitude earthquake devastated Nepal on April 25, said that she is grateful to God that she's back safe, sound and alive. The model, best-known for her catchphrase 'spare me' on reality show Bigg Boss 5, was heading towards the Pashupatinath Temple when tremors shook the Himalayan region. "I was going to the Pashupatinath temple. Like the thousands of victims who witnessed the dust, debris and dead bodies left behind by the massive earthquake and its multiple aftershocks, Pooja was also taken aback by the trail of destruction left by the temblor.

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    The narrative in India’s ongoing relief, rescue, rehabilitation and evacuation efforts in the quake-hit Nepal under “Operation Maitri” has suddenly changed – and changed for worse. Why is the Indian media focusing on the evacuation aspects only of OP Maitri? The very objective of Indian efforts in Nepal has been lost due to the focus on evacuation – and that too of Indians “stranded” in Nepal. True, Indian Air Force’s IL-76 planes are bringing back stranded Indians from Nepal to India as it means putting IAF’s assets to better use.

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    49-year-old Renu Fotedar, who hailed from Srinagar and is now settled in Australia, was among several mountaineers consumed by the killer avalanche. Like many Kashmiri pandit migrants, Renu's journey from the Valley took here to Delhi before she migrated to Australia after her marriage. A lover of adventure sports, Renu had climbed Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania last year before embarking on her ambitious plan to conquer the world's highest peak -- Mt Everest.

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