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The last reports indicate that more than 3,300 poeple have died in the massive earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday 25th April.
On Monday the National Emergency Operation Centre has informed the number of injured is more than 6,500.
Extended coverage in SBS Radio Nepali
- Children forced to sleep outdoors
Over forty kids from an orphanage in Kathmandu had to spent the night on their sports field after cracks appeared on their hostel building after the earthquake.
- Rescue effort by Nepal Red Cross
Nepal Red Cross head Dev Ratna Dhakawa explaining the latest rescue effort carried out by their volunteers.
- How are Nepal hospital's coping?
How are Nepal's hospitals coping with the influx of people injured after the earthquake. Dr Yogesh Neupane spoke to SBS Nepali.
- Until when will this continue?
How long will the aftershocks continue to rock Nepal? Seismologist Rajesh Dhakal explains.
- Shesh Ghale to lead NRN relief effort
NRN head Shesh Ghale says he will be personally leading the relief effort in Nepal on behalf of the global Nepali association.
- The destruction you didn't hear about
Many heritage listed temples in and around Kathmandu have been completely ruined but there are plenty of places that aren't getting enough media attention says journalist Ramyata Limbu.