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22 from Assam missing in Nepal

There is no trace of 22 Assamese people in Nepal. 

According to disaster management authorities, the government has written to all DCs and SPs seeking the details of the untraced people in Bhutan. Six bodies require DNA test. A team of officials led by IGP SN Singh is leaving for Kathmandu to oversee the relief and rescue operation. 

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