Published on 24th Feb By BBC– View Original Image copyrightEPAImage captionAn archive picture of a Tara Airlines plane landing in Jomsom, a popular resort town A small passenger plane has crashed in mountainous western Nepal, killing all 23 people on board. The Twin Otter aircraft, operated by Tara Air, was travelling from Pokhara to Jomsom
Monthly Archives: February 2016
REPORT from Government of Nepal, UN Children’s Fund Published on 25 Feb 2016 —View Original KATHMANDU, 25 February 2016 – The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) today released the findings of the Nepal Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (NMICS) 2014. The findings included data on child mortality, nutrition, child health, water and sanitation, reproductive health, early
REPORT from European Union Published on 22 Feb 2016 —View Original The European Union (EU) has just released €4.1 million (about 480 million Nepali Rupees) to the Government of Nepal. “The education sector suffered very badly due to the earthquakes and also the agitation later in 2015 and needs specific attention during the reconstruction phase.
Published on February 23, 2016 8:27 am The Himalayan times – View Original SEEKS TO ENSURE SMOOTH SUPPLY OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS DURING POST-QUAKE RECONSTRUCTION PHASE The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has sought to create a joint Nepal-India mechanism to ensure smooth supply of construction materials during post-earthquake reconstruction phase. The call for the mechanism was made
Published on February 22, 2016 12:07 am by The Himalayan times– View Original By Sashin Joshi KATHMANDU: A moderate tremor jolted the western and central Nepal including the Kathmandu Valley and adjoining districts at around 11:54 pm on Sunday midnight. The National Seismological Centre said it was an aftershock of the April 25 earthquake. It
Published on 03 Feb 2016 My Republica- View Original THIRA L BHUSAL Says Rs 412 billion insufficient for rebuilding and new constructions KATHMANDU, Feb 4: Chief Executive Officer of the newly-formed National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), Sushil Gyewali, has proposed to convene a second international donor conference to collect additional funds for the reconstruction and rehabilitation
Published on 01 Feb 2016 by Deutsche Welle View Original Almost a year after a devastating earthquake, Nepal and its people are struggling to make ends meet. Food and fuel shortages are exacerbating an already critical situation, as Sophie Cousins reports from Kathmandu. On a crisp, foggy early morning on the outskirts of Kathmandu in Sunakothi