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Open sky, divine refuge for old & young

Anticipation and dread about more tremors and aftershocks forced hundreds of residents to spend Sunday night in various parks of the city.   | Read..

Crisis shelter in shrines

People thronged places of worship to take shelter after the tremors on Saturday and Sunday.   | Read..

Safety rush after evening quake revisit

These days, evenings show the day, rather night. On Monday, too, everything was going smooth until a tremor was felt at 6.06pm measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale.   | Read..

Anxiety leads to depression & palpitations

Bank probationary officer Chandra Prabha (30) was shell-shocked on Sunday.   | Read..

Experts calm nerves of people

Quakes and aftershocks over the past two days have shaken up people but experts claimed the intensity of the tremors would reduce in some hours or a couple of days.   | Read..

Seismology centre defunct for decade

The earthquake-prone state's only seismological observatory at Valmikinagar is defunct for almost 10 years following a technical snag in the seismometer.   | Read..

On way home, with grim face

Megh Bahadur Gurung, a constable with the Bihar Military Police (BMP)'s Gorkha battalion, could not control his emotions and broke down before the commandant of the elite...   | Read..

Buses to ferry tourists

The state government on Monday helped at least 150 Indians head home after they reached the Indian border at Raxaul from Nepal and sent 10 buses to Pokhra to rescue the...   | Read..

To Shahi, 1934 more horrific than back-to-back shakes

The Saturday's shakes and Sunday's aftershocks revived veteran Congress leader Laliteshwar Prasad Shahi's bitter memories of the devastating earthquake in Bihar in the...   | Read..

30000 food packets ready to fly

The district administration on Monday swung into action following instruction of chief minister Nitish Kumar to send relief material to earthquake victims in Nepal.   | Read..

Bid to quell rumours

The aftershocks of the Saturday earthquake jolted the confidence of people and left them terrorised to no end. But the people's misery did not end there.   | Read..

Squall national calamity tag cry

The Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee on Monday demanded the Centre to declare last week's thunder squall a "national calamity" and announce a special package to...   | Read..

Paswan attacks state on tardy relief

The state has been reeling from one natural calamity after another. But that has not deterred politicians from slugging it out against each other.   | Read..

Humanity across borders with ham radio operators

Calcutta architect Disha Bose was stranded somewhere near Chamrong in Nepal on Sunday afternoon following a high-magnitude earthquake in the Himalayan country.   | Read..

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Cricket tourney   | Read..
Priests at Vishnupad temple in Gaya perform a seven-day special maha puja for the victims of the Nepal earthquake  on Monday.
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