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Last Updated: Tuesday, 11 October 2005, 13:47 GMT 14:47 UK
Missing people: India
More than 19,000 people are feared dead in Pakistan after a powerful earthquake struck the region.

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My brother JD Hart and his Australian girlfriend Marisa Syvel is travelling with Intrepid Tours somewhere in Northern India. We don't know where he is, if anyone knows of a way to contact anyone there to find him, or if anyone has heard from that group please call let me know.
Sarah Morris, Santa Cruz, US

Seeking information on Bethan Saunders (DOB 28.9.79) and Catherine Langley both backpacking on India/Pakistan Border heading towards Amritsar. Last heard from them on Friday 7th.
Owen Saunders, Cardiff,Wales, UK

Can you show a map of the areas affected in India? I have a daughter in a boarding school in Uttaranchal.
Fred Millar, Arlington, VA, USA

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