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By Good News Network Friday, April 06, 2012
An Indian boy of 5, who was separated from his family for 25 years, has defied the odds by tracking them down — using little more than a vague recollection of his childhood and some help from Google Earth's mapping technology.
The satellite image program, along with a local Indian Facebook page, helped him to find his home and reunite with his family 25 years after he boarded the wrong train, fell asleep and ended up 10 hours away, on the other side of India.
(READ the dramatic story in TheWeek.com)
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