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APR 27, 2016 - Huffington Post

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Photos Show Indians Scrambling For Resources Amid Deadly Drought And Heat Wave

Millions of people in India are sweltering amid a scorching early season heatwave and a brutal drought. India is experiencing severe water shortages after at least two consecutive years of inadequate rainfall, its government said. At the same time, states in central, eastern and southern India have recorded unusually high temperatures this month, topping 100 degrees. Temperatures that hot normally occur later ...

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APR 25, 2016 - Forbes

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One Year On From Nepal: The Most Powerful Earthquakes Ever Recorded [Infographic]

One year ago today, a catastrophic earthquake struck Nepal killing over 8,000 people and injuring a further21,000. Reconstruction efforts since then have movedpainstakingly slowly with thousands of people likely to endure another monsoon season living in temporary shelter. The earthquake caused about $10 billion worth of damage (about 50 percent of [...]

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APR 20, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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One year later, rebuilding lags in quake-hit Nepal: aid groups

By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A year after a deadly earthquake flattened cities and villages in Nepal, rebuilding efforts must be speeded up to lift millions of survivors out of misery, aid groups said on Wednesday. Reconstruction is just getting underway in many areas of the tiny Himalayan nation, and some three million people are living ...

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APR 16, 2016 - San Francisco Chronicle

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As India reels from drought, gov't slammed for poor policies

Tens of thousands of others have left their farms and along with their families moved in search of jobs to join the ranks of the unemployed poor in the cities. On Wednesday, a court in Mumbai ordered 13 Indian Premier League cricket matches due to be played in Maharashtra next month relocated because maintaining the cricket grounds requires millions of ...

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APR 14, 2016 - Forbes

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India's Monsoon GDP Boost Shows How Far The Country Has To Go

That India's predicted growth for this year is ticking up is good news both for that country and us. More richer people in another part of the world does indeed benefit us. That this is happening when global trade growth seems to be slowing, when there's not all that much [...]

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