More Indians make their way back home from Nepal

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Rajkot/ Kochi, April 29 (ANI): Indian students from a medical college in Nepal were rescued from the Himalayan nation where over 4.700 people were killed in a 7.9 magnitude earthquake last week. A batch of medical students arrived in Rajkot city of Gujarat and narrated their ordeal. Meanwhile, a group of 60 tourists from Kochi who were touring Nepal when the disaster struck, returned home safely. International aid has arrived in Nepal, but disbursement has been slow, partly because aftershocks have sporadically closed the airport. Aftershocks, severe damage from the quake, creaking infrastructure and a lack of funds have complicated rescue efforts. Food, water and power are in short supply.

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