RASUWA, Aug 20: A flood in Khalde of Uttargaya Rural Municipality-5 of Rasuwa wreaked havoc displacing 260 households in the area on Sunday evening.

DADELDHURA, July 9: The drying up of water sources in the Chure area due to haphazard excavation has compelled the locals to rely on rivers for water.

MORANG, Aug. 23: Minister for Energy, Water Resource and Irrigation Barshaman Pun on Wednesday marked the beginning of solar mini grid project of 30 kilowatt capacity installed in Miklajung Rural Municipality-1 in Morang district.

TAPLEJUNG, June 12: More than 900 households have been barred from electricity for the past nine days after technical glitches in the Yaphre micro hydro power supply’s turbine. The households affected by in Taplejung include ward 10 and 11 of Phungling municipality.

JHAPA, April 29: More than 4,550 households in Mechinagar Municipality-1, 2 and 3 in Jhapa district are forced to drink contaminated river water for lack of clean drinking water supply.

CHITWAN, April 27: So far, only 30 quake victim families in Chitwan district have received the third tranche of the reconstruction grant, indicating the slow progress in post-quake reconstruction.

NAWALPARASI, Feb 18: Houses have been built for 15 poor backward Musahar households at Amaltari village of Kawasoti Municipality-15 in the district.

KATHMANDU, Feb 5: A total of 273,703 of the 5,373,800 households in the country do not have a toilet, according to government data. Similarly, among the seven provinces, Province 2 has the highest number of people practising open defecation while every household in provinces 4 and 6 has at least one toilet.

KHOTANG, Nov 14: The District Natural Disaster Relief Committee (DNDRC), Khotang, has announced to provide relief amount to 34 households hit by natural disasters in fiscal year 2016/1017. According to the announcement, the DNDRC will distribute a total of Rs 240,000 among the 34 households.

NUWAKOT, Nov 4: Paddy and vegetable farms belonging to 1,800 households in Nuwakot district have been damaged by last week's hailstones, according to a report of District Agricultural Development Office (DADO), Nuwakot.

ACHHAM, Oct 8: At least 400 households of Mellekh rural municipality in the district have been deprived of landownership certificates ever since their certificates were burnt down in an attack during the Maoist decade-long insurgency that started in 2052 B.S.

KATHMANDU, Sept 6: Interest-free loan on group guarantee for earthquake survivors to rebuild their houses has become uncertain.

BAGLUNG, September 3: For the residents of the western part of Baglung, the Budhathok Small Hydropower Project has been turning into a white elephant.  The damage in canals of the project causes losses worth millions every year.

KATHMANDU, August 29: The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industries (FNCCI) has distributed a family relief package to 1020 flood-affected families in eight districts.

RAUTAHAT, August 19: Nearly five hundred Dalit households have been affected by floods in Durga Bhagwati Rural Municipality-4, Rautahat. Among them, around than two hundred families have been displaced while 104 houses have been swept away.

BANIYANI (JHAPA), July 31: Power supply to around 15,000 households was cut off after a transformer broke down here.

GORKHA, July 17: Twenty six months have passed since the locals of Gorkha, the epicenter of the April 25 earthquake, have been living miserable lives in temporary shelters.

KATHMANDU, June 22: It is no longer a hypothesis or myth. The impact of climate change is real as far as Nepal is concerned.

KATHMANDU, May 4: A recent study conducted by the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has found that around 2,300 households in five of the worst quake-hit districts are in need of relocation to the safer sites.

BABIYACHAUR, March 30: The long-standing shortage of drinking water at Dammara in Beni Municipality-5 has been resolved with the construction of the lift pump water supply project.

KATHMANDU, March 11: An executive committee meeting of the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has decided to provide Rs 200,000 per family for relocating earthquake-hit settlements.

KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) Govinda Raj Pokharel has suggested to the prime minister  different plans for relocating earthquake-hit settlements to safer locations.

MORANG, Dec 4: A drinking water project with a capacity touching on 150,000 litres is being built at Manchowk of Kerauna – 1 of Morang much to the delight of the locals.

JAJARKOT, Nov 24: The dream of more than 300 households of Khagenkot-5 and 6 in the district to illuminate their houses have not been fulfilled yet for lack of budget to buy electric poles.

PANCHTHAR, Nov 1: Nearly 150 households living close to the Tamor River are going to be displaced due to the 762-Megawatt Tamor Hydroelectricity Project.

DOLPA, Aug 14: Over 300 households at different three wards of Tripurakot VDC of the district were compelled to live under the darkness after a dam of the Chhalang Mini Hydro Project of the VDC was swept away by the flood causing disruption in power supply Friday night.

PATHARI (Morang), Aug 5: Jante VDC in Mornag district has been reeling under acute drinking water crisis after the flood in Teli rivulet swept away pipeline of Jante Drinking Water Project.

LALITPUR, Aug 4: As many as 15 families are at high risk of displacement in Lalitpur district due to landslide caused by incessant rain.

GAIGHAT (Udayapur), July 25: The ABC Island at Tapeshowri VDC-5 in Udayapur district has been inundated since today morning due to the continuous rain.

SURUNGA (Jhapa), July 25: Two people have died and some 900 households have been displaced due to the flood in Mechi, Ninda, Biring, Kankai and Ratuwa among other rivers in Jhapa district.

BENI (Myagdi), July 16: Locals of a remote Malkabang VDC in Myagdi district are elated after getting power service from Wednesday.

GORKHA, July 1: Around 200 households of Kerauja VDC in Gorkha district have been displaced after their settlements were threatened by landslides triggered by heavy rains this week. The VDC, which lies in northern part of the district, is located at an altitude of 2,300 meters. It takes two days on foot to reach Kerauja from the district headquarters.