Another Major Earthquake In Nepal: What To expect - How To Help?
There have been no flights in or out of Kathmandu since the earthquake. Thai Airways TH320 is reported still sitting on the runway, ready to take off for Bangkok.
Nepal police are reporting over 200 dead or injured.
Older homes that tilted two weeks ago are crumbling in Lalitpur countryside, a local radio station says.
BBC Media Action staff in Nepal who were in the office are safe. BBC is trying to reach to staff who were in field.
eTN Ambassador Pankaj Pradhananga and his family is safe waiting out the situation outside his home in Nepal.
Many people are trapped under ruble in Gongabu & Machchhapokhari. In an initial report, some buildings collapsed in Kathmandu's Naya Bazar and Buspark area.
The biggest casualties from last month's earthquake were to the east of Kathmandu - which is where today's quake has struck.
"The shaking seemed to go on and on," told Rose Foley, a UNICEF official based in Kathmandu to AP. "It felt like being on a boat in rough seas."
Norwegian Red Cross says some were killed and there are many casualties following the Nepal earthquake. It includes casualties in the Norwegian Red Cross field hospital in Nepal.
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Indian home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said India would provide all the support required to Nepal, which was once again jolted by a major earthquake.
"India is ready to provide all the support which Nepal would require," the minister told reporters. The Indian Embassy Helpline numbers in Nepal: (+977) 9851107021 (+977) 9851135141
Nepal earthquake survivors need more help So far more than eight million people have been affected by the devastating earthquake in Nepal. Water, food and shelter are in short supply and today it's been revealed nearly a million children.
The U.S. Embassy has compiled the following list of useful resources and frequently asked questions for use after the Nepal Earthquake. We have not been able to verify the authenticity of all the groups or resources listed. This list is intended only as a guide to information currently being shared online.
If you have updated or new information, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to include it here.
FAMILY AND FRIENDS LOOKING FOR U.S. CITIZENS IN NEPAL We encourage people in the United States to contact the State Department atNepalEmergencyUSC@state.gov or 1-888-407-4747 to provide us with information about U.S. citizens in Nepal who may be in need of assistance. Please see our Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens which gives more details: http://nepal.usembassy.gov/wm-04-27-2015.html
FAMILY AND FRIENDS LOOKING FOR SOME IN NEPAL (ALL NATIONALITIES)
If you are a U.S. Citizen currently in Nepal, we are doing accountability checks for concerned friends and family. Please let us know you are safe: (+977 1) 423-4068, 423-4120, 423-4494, 423-4269, 423-4340, 423-4542, & 423-4144
If you are a U.S. Citizen currently in Nepal and are in need of assistance, please call the above numbers. The U.S. Embassy is also open to U.S. Citizens in need of shelter.
We recommend that U.S. citizens defer nonessential travel to Nepal. At this time the most valuable support would be a financial donation to a relief organization. For more information and a list of supporting NGOs, please visit cidi.org/Nepal Consider doing a fund drive in your country.
I have specific medical, disaster relief, mountain rescue skills and would like to help.
Thank you. We are working at connecting skilled personal with coordinators in Nepal. Please contact the Embassy via email at NepalEQAssist@usaid.gov telling us your skills, current location and contact information.
I am in Nepal and would like to volunteer:
See above for volunteering opportunities inside and outside Nepal.