The Nepal earthquake death toll reached over 5,000 and more than 10,000 reported injured as relief and rescue operations continued in full swing. READ:
What happened in Nepal and how big is the damage? Seismologists say that the quake happened on what is known as a “thrust fault”. This describes the situ
American humorist Erma Louise Bombeck once noted that there is a “thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humour and hurt”. So true, and wise of her. I wish the
Around $415 million are required to get the quake-ravaged Nepal back to normal, a UN report estimates. The report, ‘
The devastation struck with a magnitude of 7.9 in Nepal on April 25, wiping away lives, homes, generations and rich heritage of its capital, the temple town of Kathmandu. Over 7,500 people have bee
Nepal today registered ‘first amendment bill’ of the Constitution at Parliament Secretariat, which seeks to address the two major demands of Madhesis and indigenous communities.