Know How Tech Firms Are Helping Quake Hit Nepal

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 29 April 2015, 10:40 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Nepal stands devastated as the earthquake shook the country after 80years taking a toll 4,800 lives, injuring 9,200 and having an effect on eight million people across the country.



The natural disaster left the Himalayan nation as a panorama of devastation. As the shell shocked country is coping to meet the fallout, it was struck by another earthquake on April 28. Where rescue teams are making efforts to reach out to the remotest areas, the tech biggies have come forward to lend a hand of help in the relief efforts.



As Nepal needs resources to find out the missing ones, tech firms are stepping forward offering the much needed services, reports ET.



The following is an overview how the tech companies are helping Nepal to cope with loss and relief measures.
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