Wednesday Oct 5, 2022
Wednesday Oct 5, 2022

Disaster Survivors

Relief materials arrived for disaster survivors in Darchula

Sep 11, 2022
Minister for Industry, Commerce, and Supplies Dilendra Prasad Badu along with a team has arrived at Darchula district headquarters Khalanga carrying a package of relief materials.

PM reassures relief to disaster survivors

Oct 24, 2021
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has assured of provide relief to the survivors of the recent incidents of rain-induced disasters across the country.

Political unity to save democracy: NC leader Poudel

Oct 23, 2021
A senior leader of the Nepali Congress Ram Chandra Poudel has said political unity is imperative to save democracy and avoid a crisis in the country.

PM Deuba, Sudurpaschim Ministers discuss post-disaster situation

Oct 22, 2021
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba sat for discussions with the ministers of the Sudurpaschim government about the post-disaster situation in the Province.

PM assures relief packages for disaster survivors

Oct 22, 2021
PM Deuba has announced the gov will come up with a relief package

PM Deuba vows to solve disaster survivors' problems with long-term plan

Oct 21, 2021
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has vowed to solve the problems of landslide and flood survivors by making a long-term plan.

Home Minister Khand inspects flood-hit areas in Manang

Oct 7, 2021
Home Minister Balkrishna Khand today inspected the flood-affected areas in Manang.

Sindhupalchowk landslide survivors get temporary shelters

Aug 9, 2021
As many as 31 families displaced by the landslide in Jugal Rural Municipality of Sindhupalchowk district have been provided with temporary shelters.
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