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Money raised by British based Gujarati civil engineers to help victims of India's January earthquake has gone into a £1M pot that is already rebuilding homes in the devastated reigon of Kutch. The money raised after the quake, which claimed an estimated 40,000 lives, is being matched by £1M from the Indian government and was sent to the Shree Kutchi Leva Patel community in Bhuj. It is being used to construct temporary homes costing £700 each that will last for three to ...

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