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Death toll in floods and landslides reaches 120 since the onset of monsoon

Weather forecast shows receding rain due to moving of the monsoon trough towards south, which is expected to return beginning next week with more rains in Nepal. 

Rescuers recover 11 bodies, only five of them identified so far

Search and rescue operations for the missing passengers and the two buses swept off the major highway connecting the Capital into Trishuli river by mudslides on Friday morning has been ineffective in high current river swollen by monsoon rains.

Mudslides sweep away passenger buses in Nepal, scores missing

At least 110 people have died in landslides, floods and lightning strikes since mid-June when monsoon rains started.

Seven Summit Treks team conquers Nanga Parbat

Nepali guides lead climbers to the summit of Nanga Parbat (8,126m) despite challenging weather, season's major 8,000m summit in Karakoram

Death toll in floods and landslides reaches 120 since the onset of monsoon

Weather forecast shows receding rain due to moving of the monsoon trough towards south, which is expected to return beginning next week with more rains in Nepal. 

Rescuers recover 11 bodies, only five of them identified so far

Search and rescue operations for the missing passengers and the two buses swept off the major highway connecting the Capital into Trishuli river by mudslides on Friday morning has been ineffective in high current river swollen by monsoon rains.

Mudslides sweep away passenger buses in Nepal, scores missing

At least 110 people have died in landslides, floods and lightning strikes since mid-June when monsoon rains started.

Seven Summit Treks team conquers Nanga Parbat

Nepali guides lead climbers to the summit of Nanga Parbat (8,126m) despite challenging weather, season's major 8,000m summit in Karakoram

Torrential rains trigger deadly floods and landslides

Monsoon creates havoc in eastern and central Nepal, triggering flash floods and land slides, and inundating hundreds of acres of Land in the plains.

Hari Budha Magar receives an MBE

Record setting climber Hari Budha Magar, who lost his both legs to an IED explosion in Afghanistan, named MBE on King’s birthday for mountaineering and campaign for disability awareness

Nepali climbers achieve first ascent of Patrasi peak

Summit of Patrasi Peak (6,450m) marks a significant milestone in promoting alpinism and sustainable mountaineering in the country’s western highlands with vast potential for adventure tourism.

Nepali teen sets record on Kanchenjunga

Nima Rinji Sherpa, 18, became the youngest person to summit Kanchenjunga, his 13th ascent of an 8,000-meter peak.
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Death toll in floods and landslides reaches 120 since the onset of monsoon

Weather forecast shows receding rain due to moving of the monsoon trough towards south, which is expected to return beginning next week with more rains in Nepal. 

Rescuers recover 11 bodies, only five of them identified so far

Search and rescue operations for the missing passengers and the two buses swept off the major highway connecting the Capital into Trishuli river by mudslides on Friday morning has been ineffective in high current river swollen by monsoon rains.

Mudslides sweep away passenger buses in Nepal, scores missing

At least 110 people have died in landslides, floods and lightning strikes since mid-June when monsoon rains started.