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Hair cut

A roadside barber cuts hair of a child at Bhimsensthan in Kathmandu. (Bijay Gajmer/Republica) ...

Ghantaghar stops clocking

Ghantaghar clocks 11:56 am as it has not been fixed after the first earthquake strike on Sunday, April 25. (Bijay Rai/ Republica) ...

Keep up the spirits

Nepal Police officials vow to continue rescue operation in high spirits at Basantapur Kathmandu. (Dinesh Gole/ Republica) ...

For food

People taking shelters at Tundikhel run for food following the announcement. (Bijay Rai/ Republica) ...





Art of subtle

Chief Secretary Leelamani Paudyal on Saturday tried to justify the government's one-window policy in collection and distribution of monetary aid and relief material for earthquake victims. According to him, the one-window approach is justified because without it there is a risk of misappropriation of funds and excessive concentration of relief material at some places. He has a point. But as we have repeatedly pointed out in this space, at times of unprecedented national crisis like the recent earthquake, starting with the 7.6 whopper last Saturday,...


Govt releases Rs 1.35 billion to 47 districts (with list)

Govt releases Rs 1.35 billion to 47 districts (with list)

KATHMANDU, May 4: The government has released Rs 1.35 billion as monetary assistance meant for victims of the April 25 earthquake. The government released the amount from the Prime Minister Disaster Relief Fund for victims in 47 districts as of...

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Commentary: Let's rebuild our nation

With thousands of our people in...

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Testing times

Ruins. The word best describes the...

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Missing state

The disaster that struck Nepal on...

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Future plan

The April 24 Nepal Earthquake, a...


Sports journo Bhomjan’s body recovered after 8 days

Sports journo Bhomjan’s body recovered after 8 days

KATHMANDU, May 4: The dead body of sports journalist Suman Bhomjan was recovered on Saturday, eight days after devastating earthquake claimed life of more than 7000 Nepalis across the country.Bhomjan's body was found under his collapsed rented house at Bhotahiti...

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