RASUWA, Nov 4: Devastating avalanches last April had buried 175 locals, 35 foreigners and 10 Nepali Army personals in the Langtang village. Once regarded as 'queen of natural beauty', it was turned lifeless in seconds due to the avalanche. Survivors had left Langtang village, the place after which the VDC itself is named, with bleak hope of ever returning. The extent of destruction was so much that even the government restricted tourists from visiting Langtang region. One and half year down the line it has made tremendous progress in regaining its fervor.
LANGTANG, Oct 29: Many inhabitants of Langtang village at the base of Mt Langtang lost their lives when the catastrophic earthquake struck the country last April. The village was in grief in the initial six months.
RASUWA, Sept 29: The Supreme Court has quashed a writ petition filed against Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), paving the way for construction of a key transmission line project in the Trishuli River basin.
RASUWA, Sept 25: A huge quantity of precious sandalwood was found to have been stolen from the government’s store itself. The sandalwood was seized from smugglers while being taken to China through Rasuwa route.