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” Hiebert said.has earned a rare distinction. Aashin is credited with preparing an extensive project called Kabadiwala. The flowering is less due to rains,so prices have moved up , said Dhananjay Bhoslea trader in Market Yard The vegetables that have seen a rise in priceinclude peasgroundnutgreen capsicumPawta beansand leafy vegetables like corianderspinachfenugreek (methi) and mint due to interruption in supply due to the rains The prices of potatoonion and ginger have remained steady Lemons prices per bag have gone up by Rs 50-60 While the prices of desi eggs have come down by Rs 40-50 per 100 eggsthe poultry eggs prices have gone up by 10-20 per cent Chicken prices have gone up by Rs 6 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Kathmandu | Updated: April 29 2015 2:20 pm Survivor Rishi Khanal 27 is carried on a stretcher after being freed by French rescuers from the ruins of a three-story hotel in the Gangabu area of Kathmandu Nepal Tuesday April 28 2015 Across central Nepal including in Kathmandu the capital hundreds of thousands of people are still living in the open without clean water or sanitation since Saturday’s massive earthquake one of the worst to hit the South Asian nation in more than 80 years (AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha) Related News A man pulled from the rubble of a collapsed building in Kathmandu more than three days after the deadly Nepal earthquake says he drank his own urine to survive Rishi Khanal tells The Associated Press that he had given up all hope of rescue as his lips cracked and his nails turned white There were dead bodies around him and a terrible smell But he kept banging on the rubble all around him and eventually this brought a French rescue team that extracted him after an operation lasting many hours He’s now being treated for leg injuries at a hospital in the capital the day after French rescuers found him and brought him out from a collapsed hotel He had been buried for 82 hours 9:15 am (0330 GMT) While many villages across Nepal are still waiting for rescue and relief teams life in the capital Kathmandu is slowly returning to normal Municipal workers on Wednesday began cleaning the streets and the “kalimati bazaar” _ the vegetable market _ has reopened Before first light truckloads of fresh produce were unloaded and customers began to arrive 9:00 am (0315 GMT) Britain in sending additional 30 medics to treat the injured and heavy lifting equipment to move aid supplies off aircraft and ease congestion at Kathmandu airport International Development Secretary Justine Greening says the additional support brings the total UK response to the earthquake to 15 million pounds ($23 million) 8:00 am (0215 GMT) Thousands of people are lining up at bus stations in Kathmandu where the government is providing free transportation for people hoping to travel to their hometowns and villages The government has even deployed school buses to supplement the overstretched service Many of the people from other districts who work in the capital have received little news of their families and loved ones since Saturday’s magnitude 78 temblor which killed more than 4700 people and devastated the infrastructure including communication lines Others are simply scared of staying on so close to the quake’s epicenter “I am hoping to get on a bus any bus heading out of Kathmandu I am too scared to be staying in Kathmandu The house near my rented apartment collapsed It was horrible I have not gone indoors in many days I would rather leave than a live life of fear in Kathmandu” said Raja Gurung who was leaving for his home in the mountains of west Nepal Suresh Sah a construction worker from southern Nepal said that when the quake hit “the first thing I thought about was my son back in the village I have been trying to leave but there was no bus available I just want to hold my family” 8:00 am (0215 GMT) Aid agencies including World Vision say they face huge challenges as they respond to the weekend’s deadly earthquake World Vision says the death toll – now at 4700 – will likely rise as response teams continue to trek to the most remote areas near the epicenter The group says aid workers are hindered by a congested airport in capital Kathmandu impassable and destroyed roads which have left several remote villages still largely cut off The group says international aid agencies are also stretched thin as they respond to multiple humanitarian crises across the world including Syria and South Sudan Phillip Ewert Operations Director for World Vision in Nepal says “we know the clock is ticking for those impacted by the earthquake in some of the most remote areas – aid is a matter of life or death for many at this point” 1:30 am (1945 GMT) Some Virginia-based organizations in the United States have joined the earthquake relief efforts in Nepal Operation Blessing International says it has brought several portable hand-held water treatment units developed by partner Aqua Research LLC The device disinfects up to 80 gallons of water using only table salt and a single battery charge The Christian Broadcasting Network says it has humanitarian workers assisting authorities in Nepal with rescue efforts and other needs The organization also plans to set up a medical outreach to treat the injured and provide temporary shelters for families whose homes have been destroyed Saturday’s magnitude-78 earthquake killed more than 4700 people and injured over 8000 Both Operation Blessing and the Christian Broadcasting Network are based in Virginia Beach 1:20 am (19:35 GMT) Guiding companies say all climbers on the Nepal side of Mount Everest have left the mountain and the climbing season is over following a deadly avalanche that swept through base camp following the huge earthquake in Nepal Gordon Janow is director of programs at Seattle-based Alpine Ascents International He says most Everest summits occur between May 10 and 20 so it’s too late to think about trying to go back up the mountain before monsoon season The huge avalanche on Everest that killed 18 and injured dozens happened after Saturday’s magnitude-78 earthquake killed at least 4600 people in the Himalayan nation Every year hundreds of people attempt to scale the world’s tallest mountain with many paying tens of thousands of dollars to guide companies that attempt to get them to the 29029-foot (8850-meter) summit 12:05 am (1820 GMT) The US State Department has identified the third of four Americans it had announced were killed in the Nepal earthquake Besides the two identified yesterday State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said Marisa Eve Girawong also was killed Those announced Monday were Thomas Ely Taplin and Vinh B Truong The fourth has not yet been identified 11:20 pm Tuesday (1735 GMT) An official says Nepal’s earthquake was picked up as far away as Antarctica and Argentina by seismic stations that monitor the globe for underground nuclear testing The executive secretary of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization told reporters Tuesday that 70 stations in all detected Saturday’s magnitude-78 earthquake Lassina Zerbo says the monitoring stations can pick up the effects of an earthquake but they are not able to predict one Zerbo spoke on the sidelines of a United Natinos gathering of world powers to discuss progress toward a world free of nuclear weapons For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Nagpur | Published: December 9 2010 12:28 am Related News Home Minister R R Patil on Wednesday said the government will consider funding post-operation treatment cost for those injured during the 26/11 attacks admitting that two bodies remain unidentified Referring to complaints by victims familiesincluding slain cop Vijay Salaskars familythat petrol pumps allotted to them are financially unviablePatil said that a meeting with Petroleum Minister Murli Deora will be held soon to resolve the issue I have raised the matter with Deoraji and a meeting will soon be held in this regard?The land in question was in possession of the Army since 1940…there were also many old Army buildings adjacent to the land in question and on the same strip of land. Ray also admitted that during his tenurehe was asked to serve a show-cause notice to R C Thakuran accused in the case For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Colorado | Published: August 2 2016 8:14 am Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Top News Governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper on August 1criticized Donald Trump’s comments about fracking saying the Republican presidential candidate does not completely understand the issue the Denver Post reported Trump during a campaign in Colorado said that while he supports fracking he also believes state and local governments should be able to ban fracking the Denver Post reported Hickenlooper a former geologist called the issue a “tricky thing” when asked why he thought Trump was wrong to support locals’ ability to ban fracking the publication wrote He also added that if total responsibility is given to local authorities any oil and gas activity would be voted to be banned and people who own these private properties with the minerals would lose out the publication reported The Colorado Supreme Court has a ruling in force which does not allow local governments to ban fracking A representative for Trump was not immediately available for comment For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newsalso reportedly told them that he was in touch with young men who were supposed to carry out terror attacks in Punjab ahead of the Assembly polls there.” Once the news of the accident spread, identified as Maya Devi (28), This is a much bigger question.
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