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Despair looms due to lack of progress in rescue operations in India avalanche

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Uttarakhand, Feb 10 (EFE/EPA).- After more than 78 hours of the avalanche that devastated an Indian Himalayan valley, rescue operations to save the missing people continued Wednesday without major progress.30 people who still went missing were presumably trapped in the tunnels as their families waited in agony to see if their loved ones were still alive. (Camera: RAJAT GUPTA). SHOT LIST: THE AREA WHERE THE DISASTER OCCURRED IN UTTARAKHAND, INDIA.

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