ITAHARI, Oct 24: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba said that he will provide relief packages to victims of recent floods and landslides even if he has to request the help of foreign assistance. Stating that climate change has heavily damaged livelihoods and physical structures of the country, PM Deuba assured to provide relief at the earliest.
DOTI, Oct 22: Electricity and communication services which had been disrupted for the past six days due to floods and landslides have been restored since Thursday night. According to the small hydropower center, Dipayal, 33/1100 KV transmission poles near Bhasubhir in Kailali were damaged when trees fell on them due to heavy rain, obstructing electricity and communication services.
KATHMANDU, August 28: Minister for Home Affairs, Balkrishna Khand has directed the security bodies under the home ministry to get proactively engaged in the rescue and relief operations across the country.
KHOTANG, August 17: Due to heavy rain, the ambulance service in Khotang has been severely affected. Dozens of roads, which are operational in winter, have been blocked because of heavy rain. This has resulted in a great deal of difficulty for the ambulances to run smoothly.
SINDHUPALCHOWK, August 4: Melamchi Municipality has drawn its attention to a widespread criticism of the local government for its sheer apathy to the protection of lives and property in the flood-ravaged riverside area.