March 19: The bodies of 23 of the US-Bangla plane crash victims will be taken back home from Nepal today as their identification process was completed yesterday.

KATHMANDU, Mar 18: Two among those injured in the March 12 fatal crash involving the US-Bangla passenger airplane at Tribhuvan International Airport returned home from a hospital on Sunday.

KATHMANDU, March 17: A meeting of the House of Representatives on Monday endorsed a special condolence motion and observed a minute of silence over the demise of 49 people in the US-Bangla aircraft crash in Kathmandu on Monday.

KATHMANDU, Mar 15:  US-Bangla Airlines has suspended flights to Kathmandu indefinitely after its plane crashed  at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, killing 51 people.

KATHMANDU, Mar 13: Following yesterday’s ill-fated US-Bangla airplane crash, a high level team led by Bangladesh’s Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism, AKM Sahajahan Kamal is scheduled to arrive in Kathmandu today.

KAHMANDU, March 12: Of the total 71 people including four crew members on the board the ill-fated Bombardier Dash Q-400 aircraft with Call Sign BS-211, 32 people were Bangladeshi nationals, 33 were Nepalis, one Chinese and one Maldivian.

KATHMANDU, March 12: Forty-nine people have been confirmed dead in the US-Bangla aircraft crash that occurred at the Tribhuvan International Airport at 2:18 pm on Monday.

KATHMANDU, Mar 12: Over 50 people feared dead  and several others injured as a Bombardier Dash Q-400 aircraft operated by US-Bangla Airlines crashed while landing at the Tribhuvan International Airport on Monday afternoon.

In pictures: US-Bangla plane crash