BIRATNAGAR, Nov 1: The floods that hit the Sunsari-Morang Industrial Corridor from October 18 to October 20 have caused a loss of Rs 2.5 billion. Published the preliminary details of the damage caused by the flood, the Industry Association, Morang, said that 41 industries in the Sunsari-Morang Industrial Corridor suffered a loss of Rs 2.471 billion.
JUMLA, Oct 31: Eight hundred farmers of Jumla have been badly affected by the recent floods triggered by incessant rains from October 18 to October 20. The floods damaged the farmers' crops including apple orchard, walnut nursery, apple nursery, maize, bean and millet. According to the data prepared by the District Administration Office, Jumla, 800 people of the district have been affected by the floods.
BIRATNAGAR, Oct 23: Floods and landslides that occurred following incessant rains have killed 70 people in Province 1. Addressing a meeting of the Province Assembly on Friday, Chief Minister Bhim Acharya said that 70 people have been killed in the recent incidents of floods and landslides in Province 1 as of Friday.
KATHMANDU, Oct 30: The government has announced to provide Rs 200,000 as immediate relief to the family of those killed due to flood and landslide in the past few days. An emergency meeting of the cabinet held on Wednesday afternoon made a decision to this effect.
KATHMANDU, Oct 20: A total of 48 have lost their lives till this afternoon due to landslide, flood and inundation following heavy rainfall at different places of the country. Similarly, 31 persons have gone missing in the incident of natural disaster in various districts.
KATHMANDU, Oct 20: The Biratnagar Airport has been inundated due to floods triggered by continuous rain. All flights to and from the airport have been affected including the Kathmandu-Biratnagar flight after the airport was submerged, according to Tribhuvan International Airport.
KANCHANPUR, Oct 19: The Mahakali River in Sudurpaschim Province has recorded the highest water level in eight years. The water flow in the River bordering Nepal and India was measured to be at 547,224 cusec on Tuesday noon.
KATHMANDU, Oct 19: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has directed the authorities concerned to make arrangements for immediate rescue and relief of those affected by floods and inundation after heavy rains in different parts of the country.
NEPALGUNJ, Oct 19: Four people trapped in the swollen Rapti River have been rescued safely. The locals of Duduwa Rural Municipality Ward 4 of Banke were trapped in the middle of the Rapti River on Monday evening.
DOTI, Oct 19: The bridge over the Seti River connecting the two districts - Achham and Bajura - including the district headquarters Silgadhi, is at risk of being swept away as the flow of water in the river has increased.
KATHMANDU, Sept 26: Floods following incessant rain have damaged the Ridham Small Hydropower Project in Humla district of Nepal. The flood on Friday has heavily damaged the 130 meters of pipeline of the hydropower project.
KATHMANDU, Sept 7: The Kathmandu Valley received record breaking 121.5 mm of rain between 1 am and 8:45 am on Monday. On average, Kathmandu receives 199.08 mm of rainfall in September. “This is historic rain as these types of rains are very rare,” said senior meteorologist Nirajan Sapkota. The Valley had received 84.03 mm of rain on September 12, 2008.
NEW YORK, Sept 3: 40 people including a Nepali origin family have died due to flood in New York City (NYC). NYC has faced a historic weather event on Wednesday with record-breaking heavy rain across the city. The city had a brutal flooding and dangerous conditions in the Subway, roads and on the ground floor of many houses.
DANG, Sept 2: Four people have been killed when a river swept away a vehicle in Dang district. According to the District Police Office, four women were killed when their vehicle was swept away by the Sisne River on the Ghorahi-Lamahi road section.
KATHMANDU, August 1: A fresh flood has occurred in the Melamchi River yet again. Following incessant rain on Saturday, the flood struck the region on Sunday morning, sweeping away the ‘Rato Pul’ along with 12 houses and tarp settlements damaged by the previous floods.
SCHULD/ERFTSTADT, Germany, July 17: German officials feared more deaths on Friday after "catastrophic" floods swept through western regions, demolishing streets and houses, killing more than 100 people and leaving hundreds more missing and homeless.
BERLIN, July 16: More than 60 people have died and dozens were missing Thursday as severe flooding in Germany and Belgium turned streams and streets into raging torrents that swept away cars and caused houses to collapse.
POKHARA, July 7: Two people went missing after the vehicle they were travelling in was swept away by a swollen seasonal rivulet when they were returning home from work. The vehicle was later found in the Modi River about 1.5 km away from the scene of the accident but the driver and the technician aboard the vehicle are still missing.
MAHOTTARI, July 4: The incessant rainfall since last Tuesday has collapsed the houses of some locals at Ramnagar in Bhangaha Rural Municipality- 4 in Mahottari district while flood led to inundation to over 150 houses in the locality.
KATHMANDU, June 26: Various schools in Manang district have been heavily affected by the floods caused by incessant rains in the region putting the parents, teachers, and students in a state of dilemma.
DOLAKHA, June 19: Local government officials have urged the general public living downstream the Tamakoshi River to take necessary precautions as a massive flash flood is likely since the river on the Chinese side of the border is blocked by a massive landslide on Friday.
NAWALPUR, June 17: The swollen Baudikhola (rivulet) of Nawalparasi (Bardaghat-Susta East) took away a bridge being constructed in Baudikali. Slab and beam of the under-construction bridge linking ward 1 and 2 of Baudikali rural municipality were swept away by the flood that took place after incessant rain since Monday evening.
KATHMANDU, June 13: The Department of Hydrology and Meteorology has urged one and all to remain alert as Nepal is likely to witness more rain this monsoon than average which may trigger more floods and landslides.
CHITWAN, Sept 24: The water level in the Narayani river has crossed the danger mark, following incessant rain for the last three days. It is estimated that the river level will rise further as the rain continues in areas of the origin of the river.
BAGLUNG, Sept 5: A flood in the Bhujikhola River of Dhorpatan Municipality in Baglung district on Wednesday night not only caused loss of life but also damaged many physical structures in the area. The flash flood was triggered by heavy rain.
KATHMANDU, Sept 4: The identity of seven of the 14 bodies recovered following the flooding caused by the swollen Bhujikhola River of Dhorpatan Municipality in Baglung district have been established. Twenty four people are still unaccounted for in the disaster.