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.

BHOJPUR, Oct 21: Over Rs 60 million has been so far distributed to the earthquake survivors in Bhojpur district.

KATHMANDU, Aug 25: The Supreme Court has asked the government to furnish a written clarification over the allocation of budget for providing Rs 200,000 each to disqualified combatants in the name of relief payment.

BAITADI, Aug 23: Various logistic materials including tents were handed over to the landslide victim families of Talladevi VDC-8 Dandakhali.

GAUHATI, India, Aug 2: The death toll in flooding from heavy monsoon rains in India has climbed past 90, with about a million people taking shelter in government-run relief camps, officials said Tuesday.

PATHARI (Morang), Aug 1: All Nepal National Free Students Union (ANNFSU) Central Committee on Sunday distributed relief supplies worth Rs 500,000 to flood-stricken in Morang.

DOLKHA, Aug 1: Locals of Majhgaun-1 in Dolakha district have finally completed the reconstruction of quake-ravaged building of Majhgaun Lower Secondary School that was destroyed by the devastating earthquake of last year.

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 31: A Nepali national who was injured during a scuffle while trying to demolish a levee built unilaterally by the Indian side at Tilalathi locality in Saptari was provided relief on Saturday.

DOLKHA, July 30: Locals of Majhgaun-1 in Dolakha district have finally completed the reconstruction of quake-ravaged building of Majhgaun Lower Secondary School that was destroyed by the devastating earthquake of last year.

KATHMANDU, JULY 29: With various parts of the county severely affected by landslides and flooding, the victims struggle for survival due to lack of relief and the government's weak disaster preparedness.

KATHMANDU, July 29: Citizens, organizations and groups are jumping in to help the floods and landslides affected people in various parts of the country.

DOLKHA, July 28: Locals of Majhgaun-1 in Dolakha district have finally completed the reconstruction of quake-ravaged building of Majhgaun Lower Secondary School that was destroyed by the devastating earthquake of last year.

PYUTHAN, July 28: The flood and landslide victims have not received relief materials in the district over procrastination of the District Disaster Rescue Committee (DDRC).

KATHMANDU, July 27: The government has directed the authorities in the districts to cooperate with the district disaster relief committees (DDRCs) to make effective the search, rescue, relief and rehabilitation efforts in the flood and landslide affected areas across the country.

BABIYACHAUR (Myagdi), July 24: A distance which usually took five hours' travel on foot has now been cut short to only 45 minutes after a suspension bridge was set up over the raging Kaligandaki river at Baiseri village in Myagdi.

KATHMANDU, July 1: Parliamentarians have drawn the government's attention to the need of providing relief in a prompt manner as various places of the country have been affected by flood and landslide.

KATHMANDU, July 1: The Nepali Congress has demanded that the government take immediate measures to rescue the families affected by the flood and landslide triggered by incessant rains in different places of the country and provide them with relief assistance.

KATHMANDU, June 21: Speaker of the Legislature-Parliament Onsari Gharti has drawn the government's attention to provide immediate relief to the earthquake-affected people.

GORKHA, June 16: A total of 3,258 locals of Gorkha district, the epicenter of last year's earthquake, are set to receive their first installment grant amount for the reconstruction of their quake-damaged homes. According to Local District Officer Narayan Acharya, Rs 163 million has been set aside for the quake victims of Hansapur, Saurpani and Barpak VDCs.