DOLAKHA, Aug 1: Landslide caused by the incessant rainfall has affected transportation along the Lamosanghu -Jiri road forcing vehicles plying along the road to push their way through prolonged traffic jams.

PYUTHAN, July 27: The death toll from landslides that hit the district has climbed 24 after seven more persons died in a landslide on Wednesday. 17 persons were confirmed dead till yesterday afternoon.

KATHMANDU, July 27: Floods and landslides have swept across various parts of the country, leaving at least 37 people dead in the last 24 hours. Twenty-six others have gone missing while more than 2,000 houses are inundated.

PHALEBAS (Parbat), July 26: Four families have been displaced by monsoon-triggered landslides at Majhaphant VDC of northern Parbat while 27 houses are at high risk of being buried.

No respite from floods, landslides

July 23, 2016 01:10 am

SINDHUPALCHOWK, July 23: Continuous floods in the Bhotekoshi River and land erosions caused by it have already washed away 85 houses so far in Sindhupalchowk district.

PHALEBAS (Parbat), July 22: The Waling-Huwas road that links over a dozen VDCs in the district has been obstructed by mudslides triggered by incessant rains since last night.

SOLUKHUMBU, July 20: Khumbu trekking route in Solukhumbu district that had remained obstructed for the past 10 days has now re-opened after locals cleared debris piled up as a result of landslides.

DHANGADI / DAILEKH, July 19: Incessant rainfall since Sunday night has inundated dozen of areas in Kailali district. It has already displaced about 45 families in Tikapur and affected hundreds of others throughout the district.

BAJURA, July 18: Incessant rainfall since Saturday has triggered floods and landslides at dozens of settlements in Bajura district, brining normal life to a grinding halt. It has already displaced 35 families of Jilli, Badimalika Municipality-9 and put many others at high risk, according to police.

SINDHUPALCHOWK, July 14: Six VDCs in Sindhupalchowk district have become isolated due to disruption of road links and communications caused by monsoon-triggered flooding and landslides.

KATHMANDU, July 8: Home Minister Shakti Bahadur Basnet has informed that 47 people were killed and 16 others had gone missing in the country in the course of landslides and flooding in previous three months.

GORKHA/DANG, July 5: Massive landslides triggered by incessant rainfall have killed 11 people -- eight in Pyuthan and three in Gorkha district -- over the past two days. The landslides occurred in Gorkha on Tuesday and in Pyuthan on Monday.

PYUTHAN, July 5: Eight people including five of the same family were killed in separate incidents of landslides in Pyuthan last night.

BHIMDUTTANAGAR, July 2: As many as seven families were displaced following landslide and flash floods triggered by two days of torrential rain here.

LUCKNOW, India, July 1:  Torrential rains triggered heavy floods and landslides that poured down hills in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, killing at least nine people by Friday and destroying dozens of homes, officials said.

RASUWA, July 1:Landslides have been occurring in Rasuwagadhi area on the Nepal-China border since last week.

CHITWAN, June 30: The haphazard expansion of Narayanghat-Mugling road section has increased the risk of landslides at several places along the route.

RATNANAGAR (Chitwan), June 26: The Narayangadh-Muglin road stretch has been disrupted again following multiple landslides at 3 am this morning.

KATHMANDU, June 23:The incessant rainfall that has continued for the last three days throughout the country will last for the next couple of days, according to meteorological officials.

JAKARTA, Indonesia, June 19: An Indonesian official says 24 people have been killed by flooding and landslides in central Java and many others remain missing.