KATHMANDU, Nov 28: With less than two weeks for the second phase of parliamentary and provincial assembly polls, the government has directed the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) to distribute Rs 15,000 per flood-hit family as relief in various tarai districts.

KATHMANDU, Sept 1: Nearly one million school going children are still deprived of the teaching-learning process in the southern plains of the country due to the recent floods. According to preliminary details collected by the Ministry of Education (MoE), 228 schools were damaged while 19 students died of floods that ravaged many districts on August 12 onwards.

RAUTAHAT, August 27: Trade and business activities in Rautahat district, which were severely hit by the devastating floods, are coming back to normalcy gradually.

KATHMANDU, August 27: Major political parties are quietly reaching out to people in the flood-hit areas of tarai with relief and aid materials after their scheduled polls campaign was thrown into disarray due to the worst natural disaster to hit the country after the Gorkha earthquake.

CHITWAN, Aug 20: Tourism in Sauraha, which was battered by last week's floods, is gradually returning back to normalcy.

SAPTARI, August 20: Flood wreaked havoc in their settlement last Saturday. Life is yet to come to normalcy. In lack of proper shelter and enough food to eat, the flood victims of Sakarapura are struggling to keep pace with life.

PM Deuba visits flood-hit Bardiya

August 17, 2017 15:42 pm

BARDIYA,  August 17: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba today made on-site visits to various flood-hit areas in Bardiya district.

NEPALGUNJ (Banke) Aug 17: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has arrived Thursday in Banke to take stock of flood-hit areas in the Tarai districts of mid-western Nepal.

INARUWA, August 16: Former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal along with two ministers representing from his party has observed flood-affected areas in Saptari district on Wednesday.

KATHMANDU, August 16: Nepal Chemists and Druggists Association (NCDA) has provided health services in the flood-affected areas of Nepal. Issuing a statement on Tuesday, the association said that it had mobilized its zonal and district branches to provide health service to the flood-affected people immediately after the floods started. The association said it had mobilized medical teams including doctors in Mechi, Koshi, Sagarmatha, Janakpur, and Narayani zones.

MAHENDRANAGAR (DHANUSHA), Aug 15: Minister for Water Supply and Sanitation, Mahendra Yadav and Minister for Agricultural Development, Ram Krishna Yadav on Monday took stock of the damage caused due to the flood and inundation at various places of Dhanusha district.

BIRATNAGAR, August 14: Half a dozen ministers including Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba have arrived at Biratnagar to take stock of flood-hit areas in the eastern Tarai region on Monday.

KATHMANDU, August 13: Minister for Drinking Water and Sanitation Mahendra Yadav has issued a directive to the officials in the Ministry to ensure clean drinking water in the flood-affected areas in different parts of the country.

RAJBIRAJ, July 12: The snakebite cases have abruptly increased in flood affected areas of Saptari district.

BHEDIYA, July 7: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Friday announced to provide Rs 25,000 to a family affected by flood in Saptari. He also promised to provide a maximum of Rs 1.5 million subsidized loan to reconstruct their homes destroyed in the natural disaster.

URLABARI (Morang), Oct 31: The farmers in Morang who were severely affected by the recent flood in Bakraha River are to receive assistance from the District Agriculture Development Office (DADO), Morang.

BAGLUNG, July 31: The relief supplies were dispatched to the flood-stricken in the western part of the district through Nepal Army (NA) helicopters after relief teams using land routes came across obstructions.

RAJBIRAJ, July 27: Life has turned miserable in around two dozens settlements across the district as growing number of people are rapidly falling ill to various diseases.