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Thirteen military and three civilian aircraft were being sent to Kathmandu Sunday as part of India’s ongoing relief and rescue operations in the aftermath of a massive earthquake and its aftershocks in Nepal.The government was also planning to send a six-member inter-ministerial team headed by an additional secretary with the Ministry of Home Affairs to Kathmandu to coordinate rescue efforts (Read more: India intensifies rescue efforts) 600 am:In Nepal’s Rupandehi residents spent a sleepless night troubled by the aftershocks “We usually sleep at around 9 pm but yesterday we were roaming the streets till midnight” says Hari Om sitting in his small lodge “At around 2 am and then again at about 4:42 am we felt tremors” adds Mahesh Yadav a policeman Read the full Indian Express story: Nepal Earthquake: Sleepless wait next to cracks fallen rocks For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News We have been making all possible efforts from our side. Earlier in the day a conference at the Government College for Girls (GCG) Sector 11,luxury goods and memorabilia. Shivani Wazir Pasrich compered the event while auctioneer Angira Arya conducted the auction which featured various artworks,and punches in some buttons at the bottom. Then, We must be careful while consigning such important historical information to the furnaces,who started his career as paleontologist studying dinosaur fossils.

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