Over 34,000 Nepal quake survivors arrive in Bihar relief camps

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Kathmandu/ Raxaul, April 30 (ANI): Union Agriculture Minister, Radha Mohan Singh, said that 34,000 people have reached Raxaul on Indo-Nepal border from quake-ravaged Himalayan nation during the last four days and they were being provided food, drinking water and medical facilities at relief camp. Indian government has made a camp in Raxaul which is looking after the safe return of Indians from Nepal. A quake survivor Sunil expressed satisfaction over the facilities at the relief camp. Meanwhile, Kathmandu showed the first tentative signs of a return to normal life with a few shops and restaurants reopening after a four-day near-shutdown following a deadly earthquake.

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