An inspector of India's response force on what he saw in Kathmandu.
Disaster by Alia AllanaMay 08, 2015
inspector and team commander of India's National Disaster Response Force (NDRF)
stationed at Gangapu in Kathmandu never thought of himself as a sentimental
man. Right was right and wrong was wrong, and there was never anything good or
bad about work. Work was just work, and that was that.
It was with that ethic
he boarded the flight from Kolkata to Kathmandu three days after the
7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal.
He was soon appointed
by the Nepali army to s
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