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Students study under the open sky at earthquake-damaged Bramheswori Primary School in Kakani, Nuwakot, on Thursday. Photo by : POST PHOTO: KAUSHAL ADHIKARI

  • Haiti donates $1m for Nepal earthquake recovery
    POST REPORT, Kathmandu, MAY 28

    Haiti, which was devastated by a massive earthquake in 2010, has donated $1 million for recovery efforts in Nepal in a sign of solidarity from its people to help the stricken people in...
  • Nuwakot villagers lead by example

    While life limps back to normal, people in a number of quake-ravaged VDCs in Nuwakot district are building temporary shelters without the government’s...
  • Thai Nepal stamps to aid rebuilding
    POST REPORT, Kathmandu, MAY 28

    Thailand released a set of 20 new postage stamps on Nepal at an event called “Thailand Post for Nepal” in Bangkok on Wednesday, the Nepali Embassy said on Thursday....
  • R-Day not to be marked
    POST REPORT, Kathmandu, MAY 28

    The government has decided not to celebrate Republic Day this year, mourning the deaths of more than 8,600 people in earthquakes since April 25....
  • Fears for kids’ safety at school
    BINOD GHIMIRE, Kathmandu, MAY 28

    While the government plans to resume classes from Sunday, parents are not sure whether to send their children to school as aftershocks continue beyond a month after the April 25...




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So it's for the victims? I thought the 'relief' material should go into my pocket!


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