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Quake shifts Port Blair by one metre

This capital of India's Andaman Islands, has shifted over a metre following the huge earthquake that sent tsunamis smashing into Asian shores, the country's chief mapmaker said yesterday.

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Religious groups working with survivors

The Church of Scientology is applying its mind-over-matter healing techniques to injured tsunami survivors in Aceh. Jews and Quakers are sending humanitarian aid. Radical Islamic groups are providing 'spiritual guidance'.


54 sinkholes in Perak since quake

Fifty-four sinkholes have appeared in Perak since the earthquake off Sumatra on Dec noshade size=1 width=60%>

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Earth is still rocking after quake

The Earth is still ringing like a bell about two weeks after the earthquake that shook the Indian Ocean and triggered the tsunamis in Asia, according to Australian scientists.


How the quake affects Malaysia

LOH FOON FONG speaks to local geologists on whether the Peninsula's contours have changed.


How earthquakes are shaping Earth

Earthquakes are still rearranging Earth's map after 300 million years, writes JOSEPH B. VERRENGIA.


Taking nothing for granted after the quake

An encounter with disaster can change one's priorities in life. In this daily post-tsunami series, S.S. YOGA finds out how one family puts first things first.


Tsunami survivors face uncertain future two weeks after disaster

Two weeks after the tsunami struck countries around the Indian Ocean, thousands of survivors are now slowly returning to their homes without knowing what the future holds for them and whether their friends and relatives are alive.

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Civil wars a pall over relief effort

Long-running rebellions cast a shadow yesterday over relief efforts in Indonesia and Sri Lanka, nations badly struck by the tsunami two weeks ago.


Telecast hiccupss

In the hours after the terrifying tsunami had slammed into the Malaysian coastline, viewers found themselves grappling with a dearth of information on local TV channels. B>DZIREENA MAHADZIR/Bspeaks to our terrestrial broadcasters to get a clearer picture of what happened.