Nepal shaken, yet again

A woman stands on the debris of collapsed houses after a fresh 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, in Sankhu. Photo: Reuters
Nepalese people look at their shaking house after running out of it during an earthquake, on the outskirts of Kathmandu. Photo: AP
A woman injured in an earthquake walks toward a hospital soon after the earthquake in Sankhu. Photo: Reuters
People stand outside a office building after vacating it following an earthquake in Kolkata, India. Photo: Reuters
A man speaks on his mobile phone after the earthquake in central Kathmandu. Photo: Reuters
A woman injured in an earthquake gets a stitch in a field hospital at Sankhu May 12, 2015. A fresh 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal. Photo: Reuters
Kyanjin Gompa : An Indian Air Force (IAF) Mi-17 V5 helicopter evacuates stranded people at Kyenjin Gompa makeshift helipad as part of relief & rescue operations in earthquake-hit Nepal. Photo: PTI
A U.S. rescue team member walks above debris in search for survivors after the earthquake in Kathmandu. Photo: Reuters
People take refuge on a street after an earthquake hit Kathmandu. File photo
A woman is rushed to a hospital after she fainted following an earthquake in Siliguri, India. Photo: Reuters
A Nepalese woman sits outdoors after another earthquake in Bhaktapur, Nepal. Photo: AP

As many as six aftershocks, including the biggest one (7.3 magnitude on Richter scale) since the April 25 Nepal earthquake, occurred within a span of one-and-a-half hours in Nepal on Tuesday. A look at the disaster in pictures.

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