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.
KATMANDU, June 29: The massive landslide in the Himalayas of Helambu Rural Municipality-1 of Sindhupalchowk district triggered a huge flash flood downstream that wiped away everything on its way on June 16.
KATHMANDU, June 25: A massive landslide and a flash flood hit Helambu Rural Municipality and downstream villages of Sindhupalchowk last week. It has almost been 10 days, and it won’t be otherwise to say that Helambu has remained disconnected from the rest of the world since then. Both motorable and suspension bridges have been swept away. There has been no communication network and electricity since June 16.
KATHMANDU, June 18: Helambu Rural Municipality in Sindhupalchowk district is witnessing a heavy rainfall since this evening. This has increased the water level in the Melamchi River again to dangerous levels, leaving people living on the banks of the Melamchi River to stay awake.
If you can hold a meeting in the middle of the night and recommend to the President to dissolve parliament, why can't you pay a visit to the flood- and landslide-hit areas and announce relief, extend support and give hope to people in despair? What is stopping you?
KATHMANDU, April 22: At a time when low capital spending and weak fiscal discipline have become the talk of the town, Helambu rural municipality of Sindhupalchowk district has become a forerunner in giving a feeling of good governance to the people and transparency in public spending.
KATHMANDU, Feb 7: Helambu Rural Municipality in Sindhupalchowk district, which is located some 80 kilometers away from the federal capital of the country, looks alluring and mesmerizing as it is currently blanketed in heavy snowfall.
HELAMBU, July 28: Helambu, originally known as Hyolmo in native language of the people living in the region, is not only home to some ten to fifteen thousand Hyolmo people believed to have migrated from Tibet but also a beautiful tourist destination which comes under the Langtang and Helambu Trek circuit; the third most explored trekking route in Nepal.
HELAMBU, June 17: While many schools in the major cities with adequate internet and other facilities are struggling to operate and run classes, a government school in the remote Himalayan village of Melamchi Ghyang, Helambu, presents a different story.
MELAMCHI GHYANG, May 26: Helambu, a highland village situated in the upper belt of Sindhupalchok district and the sacred place of Lord Padmasambhava, Milarepa, and Guru Rinpoche, awaits exploration. Just 80 kilometers away from Kathmandu, the famous tourist destination and habitat of endangered wild flora and fauna and rich in typical Hyolmo culture and tradition, and is yet to be fully explored by visitors.
MELAMCHI GHYANG, Helambu, May 2: While the entire globe is battling against the COVID-19 pandemic, people in the upper belt of Helambu are busy gathering fodders and food supplies for the coming monsoon. Some are busy mending houses and others in the fields and with their cattle. Life is normal.
HELAMBU,MELIMCHIM Jan 26: Crispy delicious ‘Kapsye’, oily yummy ‘Baver’, sounds of firecrackers, decorated houses, happy faces, new ‘Tarcho’ and ‘Lungdar’ in front of houses and chilly cold weather are among few things that simply describe the arrival of Lhosar in Helambu, Sindhupalchowk.
“Helambu mathi Ama Yangri, Ama Yangri wari Bhotang Gaun, Bhotang mathi Panch Pokhari.” The first time I heard this catchy Tamang selo was at a hotel in Tarkhegyang of Helambu region along with three other travel partners. Our minds created an alluring vision of Panch Pokhari and Bhotang village right then and there. That was in October 2016 and we were on our way back to Kathmandu from a trek to Gosainkunda. It took us, the same group of people, four years to finally turn our yearnings into reality and visit Panch Pokhari via Bhotang.
SINDHUPALCHOK, May 12: Construction of infrastructure has started for operating bungee jumping facility at Helambu in Sindhupalchok district. Chair of Helambu rural municipality Nima Gyaljen Sherpa said what would be the district's longest and highest suspension bridge is being constructed at Helambu for this purpose.
RASUWA, May 10: Preparations for the Gosaikunda Helambu Marathon, which is scheduled to be held on Saturday, have been completed, said organizer. The organizer Helambu Trail Running Club said that the preparations of the tournament have been completed and that the club is ready to host it.