• Bangalore, India

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I find the Jan. 24 front-page Kyodo brief “New ‘Big One’ forecast: four years” very disturbing. This topic would appear to be a very serious matter as the story states that Japan could experience a catastrophe much greater and much more deadly than the tragedy experienced in the Tohoku-Pacific region on March 11.

So, why is there not more information in this story? If Indian scientists predicted that a major earthquake would strike the nation’s capital, the story would be very detailed indeed. If not, the general public might panic and chaos would rule.

I have dear relatives living in Chiba, and this story vexes me greatly. Could your esteemed publication not research this topic more thoroughly and report it for the general reading public?

The opinions expressed in this letter to the editor are the writer’s own and do not necessarily reflect the policies of The Japan Times.

anrish m. kapoor

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