KATHMANDU, April 7: Land will be provided to 11 families affected by the floods in Yangri Larke of Sindhupalchok. A land purchase agreement has been made to arrange their permanent residence.

KANCHANPUR, Nov 8: People, who suffer from floods in the Banhara-Doda River of Shuklaphanta Municipality-12 in the district every year, are all set to press the election candidates for their commitment to solve problems and request for votes thereafter. The locals are united with the voice on whether the candidates pledge or not for their cause.

DODHARA CHANDANI, Oct 24: Tihar, the second biggest festival of lights celebrated by Hindu people, is in full swing.

KATHMANDU, Sept 11: Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Dilendra Prasad Badu has expressed commitment to immediately introduce a relief and rescue package for landslide survivors in Darchula.

SINDHUPALCHOWK, August 26: Local authorities concerned have launched COVID-19 vaccination drive against COVID-19 to 20,000 flood survivors of Helambu-Melamchi.

KATHMANDU, July 22: Mega Bank has provided Rs 1.20 million to support flood and landslide victims in Sindhupalchok and Manang districts to mark the completion of 11 years of its establishment.

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.

NEPALGUNJ, Aug 25: Until a decade ago, forests around the Rapti River were dense. People would go to the forest area to collect fodder and grass. These days, the woods have been replaced by human settlements in Fattepur, Binauna, Kachanpur, Kusum, Holiya, Betahani and Matehiya, among other places, according to the Forest Division Office of Banke.

KATHMANDU, July 31: Province 2 Chief Minister Mohammad Lalbabu Raut has accused Kathmandu of giving cold shoulder to the plight of the people living in the flood-hit areas.

SIRAHA, July 18: The ravaging flood that struck on Friday inundated many settlements and displaced people in hundreds in Siraha district.

KATHMANDU, July 15: Lawmakers representing the main opposition Nepali Congress have decided to provide their five day’s salary to the flood and landslide victims.

KATHMANDU, July 14: Former King Gyanendra Shah on Sunday expressed sadness on the loss of lives and properties due to the flood and landslides triggered by incessant rainfall.

KATHMANDU, July 14: Province 2 government has decided to provide Rs 300,000 each to the families of the people killed in the monsoon-triggered floods in the province.

HETAUDA, July 13: The meeting today of State no. 3 council of ministers has announced various relief measures for the flood survivors in the State.

KATHMANDU, July 13: The leader of the main opposition Nepali Congress(NC) Pradeep Paudel has accused the government of showing apathy toward adequate preparations for disaster risk reduction.

SURKHET, May 26: The devastating flood that originated from the Bheri River washed away a whole settlement in Barahatal Rural Municipality-2, Thapadera, on August 14, 2014.

SURKHET, Oct 18: When the entire country seems to be immersed in festive mood as the Nepali are celebrating the Bijaya Dashami, the most precious day of the Dashain festival tomorrow, the atmosphere at the temporary settlement occupied by those displaced by floods is quite bleak. The festival could not bring joy and happiness among those who have been spending tougher days in tarpaulins since the past four years after being rendered homeless by deadly floods.

SURKHET, Sep 7: Karnali provincial government has offered two options to Surkhet flood victims—either return home or live in an integrated settlement.