BEED/JALNA: In the pitch darkness at 3am, the village of Katchincholi empties out onto the bone-dry river bed of the Godavari. Armed with as many pots as they can carry, the women start digging the gravel with their hands. Once a muddy pool of water ... Times of India, 1 month ago
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Victims of Saturday's earthquake are cremated along a river in Kathmandu, Nepal. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters The famous Pashupatinath Ghat has become one of the busiest places in Nepal's capital with bodies of earthquake victims being cremated on a mass scale, a sombre reminder of the enormity of the tragedy that has now claimed over 10,000 lives. Located near the 5th century PashupatinathTemple, the Ghat which usually sees the cremation of around 20-30 corpses everyday, is ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Mass cremations in Nepal as body count from earthquake rises DNA India, 1 week ago Nepal: Mass cremations as quake body count rises Economic Times, 1 week ago
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