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Floods, landslides in eastern Nepal claim 5

Floods and landslide in eastern Nepal have claimed lives of at least five people and left three others missing, Nepal News reported.

According to regional police office, rain triggered natural calamities have claimed lives of two people and left three missing in different places of Jhapa district.

Various organizations including Nepal Red Cross has started distributing flood relief materials to the victims.

Others two people died in Udayapur district including a 72-year-old who was wept away by the flood waters.

Flooding in Portaha VDC of Saptari district has affected around 1,200 houses.

Meanwhile landslides have closed Bhedetar-Rajarani and Rajarani-Budhabare road. Rainfall triggered landslides have destroyed at least five houses in Dhankuta.

An emergency meeting held by District Natural Disaster Control and Relief Committee, Morang has urged the government and non-government organizations to help in flood relief operations.

Dudhaura bridge in Bara partially collapsed

Dudhaura bridge along the Pathlaiya-Nijgadh in Bara district has partially collapsed due to continuous rainfall. Heavy vehicles have been diverted via Kalaiya-Piluwa road. Similar floods in Bangari river of Bara has affected people of Banjariya and Inarwasira.

Original post: Natural Disasters List July 11, 2013

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  1. It would be great if u also post picture about the incident so that i could have used your help for my project. :)

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    1. Thanks Manav for your kind suggestion. But as you too know, its hard to even get natural disaster related news from the rural areas of Nepal mainly from upper himalayan. The news comes days after the incident after district headquarters inform the press. Regarding the big incidents like Seti flood, Mahakali flood, Nepal-Sikkim earthquake which gains worldwide coverage, are immediately and timely updated. In such cases, the videos and photos are posted. It is like you who are always making this site alive by passing details about the incidents in your area. But definitely we will be putting photos too :)

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