Relief material to nepal by Mega power star

At least one name has come to the fore of quake relief so far Film Industry is concerned.


We are all aware of the recent natural disaster that hit Khatmandu. Our prayers to those families, who got effected due to this calamity. Telugu actor Ram Charan has extended a helping hand to the victims of the devastating earthquake in Nepal, offering relief material with the help of Apollo Hospital. The corporate hospital will be shipping large quantity of ORS sachets,glucose bags and cough syrup to the quake-hit people in Nepal,” revealed a Press note from the actor.

Members of Chiranjeevi Charitable Trust and the huge fan base he commands are expected to join hands with the actor in this endeavor to help people of the catastrophic calamity. The actor is currently busy getting ready for the shoot of his yet-untitled Telugu film with Srinu Vaitla.

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Death Toll From Nepal Earthquake Crosses 5,000 as Rescue Teams Begin to Arrive at Remote Villages


Rishi Khanal spent about 80 hours in a rubble-filled room with three dead bodies after the seven-story building he was in collapsed around him during Saturday’s massive earthquake in downtown Kathmandu. The 28-year-old was finally pulled out of the rubble on Tuesday, Reuters reports, by a Nepali-French rescue team combing the capital city for survivors.

“It seems he survived by sheer willpower,” said Akhilesh Shreshtha, a doctor who treated him, after it appeared that Khanal had no access to food or water for three days and escaped with nothing but a possible broken leg.

Khanal’s rescue was a heartening but rare story from the devastation in Nepal, where a 7.8-magnitude earthquake over the weekend killed more than 5,000 people. That toll is sure to rise significantly as rescue teams move away from Kathmandu, which they began to do early Wednesday, and reach devastated villages near the quake’s epicenter.

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Few words of caution : NEPAL EARTHQUAKE and aftermath

Its an assurance so far that relief works are going very promptly in Nepal………………although affected rural areas are still remained untouched due to poor communication……………I believe the situation is worse there. Since people are staying mostly outside and denied  to take shelters inside house apprehending further casualties some words[read practice] of cautions should be maintained in a proper way. First is personal hygiene and proper disposal of human waste………….. next is care should be taken about drinking water third is proper medication and following the medical instruction…………..instead of getting panicky people over there should believe the entire World is standing by their side so better take  good care of themselves and their health because there are high chances of breaking out epidemic [either water borne or human waste borne] if care is not taken. So be careful and stay safe.

Nepal: The Wake of the Quake – Nepal’s Rural Ruins

Here are the pictures of the rural ruins of Nepal


I was contacted this morning by 30-year-old Rich Birkett, a British tourist who had been trekking in the Himalayas with friends when the monstrous 7.8 magnitude earthquake tore through Nepal on Saturday.

After an exhausting four day, 45 kilometre cross country hike through Nepal’s devastated villages, Rich and his friends have finally arrived safely back to Kathmandu and are currently planning their exit out of Nepal.


“We were on a bus on the way to Langtang National Park when the earthquake hit, we weren’t sure what was happening but as the quake got worse it became clear as the people in the small village we were in started running out of their houses.

We waited in the village for a few hours then made our way on foot down a mountain and along a valley to a town called Trisuli, this part of the trek was not hard but what we had to witness was, it…

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Thousands Died Needlessly in the Nepal Earthquake Due to Poverty and Political Turmoil


The shock of the past few days in Nepal gave way to despair, frustration and a few larger questions on Tuesday, as the death toll from the devastating earthquake that wracked the small Himalayan nation over the weekend rose above 4,000 — a number that will almost certainly rise once international rescue teams reach rubble-filled outlying areas surrounding the capital, Kathmandu.

The massive quake, measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale and followed by three days of panic-inducing aftershocks, has left the country — already one of the world’s poorest and least developed — reeling and utterly helpless.

But while the earthquake is tragic, seismologists said it didn’t come as a surprise. Nepal’s location on a fault line and a lack of emergency resources made a devastating earthquake inevitable, heightening a sense that more should have been done to make typically ramshackle local buildings more resilient, and so saving countless lives.

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5 things you need to know about Nepal’s economy


A 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal on Saturday claimed the lives of at least 3,000 people and injured thousands. The destruction, centered around Kathmandu, will no doubt will have far-ranging implications for the country’s fragile economy. Here’s a look at five different facts about the Nepalese economy.

1. Nepal centers around an agrarian economy

Agriculture is the lynchpin of the country’s economy and employs approximately 75% of its population of 27 million. Meanwhile, the country’s Gross Domestic Product is $66 billion, according to a 2014 estimate by the CIA. That’s up from $63 billion in 2013 and $61 billion in 2012.

“Agriculture is the mainstay of the economy, providing a livelihood for more than 70% of the population and accounting for a little over one-third of GDP,” according to the CIA. “Industrial activity mainly involves the processing of agricultural products, including pulses, jute, sugarcane, tobacco, and grain.”

2. One-quarter of…

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