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September 19, 2011


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Sujoy Das

Sikkim has also been very badly affected. The epicentre of the earthquake was a meadow below Kanchenjunga called Dzongri, a popular trekking destination. In North Sikkim the death toll mounts every day and yet a large number of people are reported missing. There was a report in a newspaper that building dams along the Teesta valley in a number of places may be one of the reasons for the earthquake.

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This is one of the most destructive earthquakes of 2011. We should extend our help to Nepal.


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Andi Smidth

It is heartbreaking to see victims of a tragedy. They might say that the death toll is "only" 69 but the the families of these victims are grieving for the loss of a loved one. I'd suggest the families to look into www.deathletters.org. The grieving process is a long and painful one but knowing someone is going through the same thing gets it a little less difficult.

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