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This paper presents our work for the Microblog Track in FIRE 2016. The task involved utilizing microblog data (tweets) to retrieve useful information during times of disasters. ... In particular, given a set of tweets posted during the Nepal earthquake in 2015, the goal was to judge relevance of each tweet against a set of topics which reflected useful information needs. ... The aim of the Microblog track at FIRE 2016  was to develop IR systems to retrieve important information from microblogs posted at the time of disasters. ...dblp:conf/fire/SoniP16 fatcat:f472tb4tmbbbnjxbht73ug4ate