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Bangladesh[ edit ] Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed profound shock at the loss of lives in the earthquake  and dispatched a BAF Lockheed CB aircraft with 10 tonnes of relief materials, including tents, dry food, water and blankets carrying a member team consisting of 6 military medical teams and representatives of the Foreign Ministry.
The aircraft later left the teams in Nepal and returned with 50 Bangladeshi citizens, including stranded women, minors and the visiting under female football team. Bangladesh provided at leasttons of rice and other relief materials including drinking water to help the earthquake victims in Nepal.
Bangladesh has been sending relief materials to Nepal regularly following the earthquake that killed at least 6, people so far, she said. Meanwhile, four cargo trucks carrying approximately 25 metric tons of essential relief materials for earthquake victims in Nepal left Dhaka on Monday afternoon.
The cargoes would travel through Banglabandh-Fulbari-Panitanki- Kakarbhitta land route. The relief materials include cartons 12 metric tons of dry food and fruit juice donated by local organisation Pran, and pieces of blankets donated by leading development organisation BRAC, according to a press release of the Nepalis embassy in Bangladesh.
Some of the materials were donated by various private companies, charitable organisations and educational institutions and others were collected by Nepalis and Bangladeshi volunteers. Operation Maitri Saturday, 25 April: Initial response[ edit ] Government of India was among the first to respond to the crisis, by launching doing business report 2015 nepal quake full-fledged rescue and relief operation codenamed Maitri Operation Amity.
Within 15 minutes of the quake,  Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded, directing immediate dispatch of relief and rescue teams, including medical teams, to Nepal.
Sandhu to Nepal to coordinate, oversee and fast-track the rescue, relief and evacuation efforts. The Indian personnel are working closely with hundreds of retired Gorkha soldiers of the Indian Army. These would airlift army forward hospitals, teams of doctors, nurses, and paramedics, engineering task forces, water, food, National Disaster Response Force teams, medical personnel and equipment, blankets, stretchers and tents.
He also announced that the aircraft sent to Nepal would not just rescue Indians, but citizens of other countries as well. Nearly 1, National Disaster Response Force personnel were also pressed into service, and a "big evacuation" of Indian citizens was underway through the road route.
The government deployed 35 buses to evacuate stranded Indians in Nepal via two routes— Sonauli and Raxaul —along the Indo-Nepal border.
India started issuing goodwill visas to foreigners stranded in Nepal and mobilizing buses and ambulances to bring them to India by road.
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu later tweeted out that there were arrangements being made to supplybottles every day.
The Indian Army was in the process of sending 10 engineer task forces with machinery to clear roads and debris. The troops have taken with them a further 10, blankets and 1, tents are on standby.
The Indian army was also bringing oxygen cylinders for distribution to medical teams. The decision to send the high-level team was taken at a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday. The team will coordinate with the Nepalese government in the rescue, relief and salvage operations and assess the damage.
India is sending Unmanned aerial vehicles to Kathmandu to map the destruction in Nepal and help channelize resources effectively. The UAVs will also help in locating survivors in half-collapsed buildings and can be used to look through balconies or windows for any trapped victims.
The Indian government is sending teams of senior executives and engineers from state-run energy companies to Nepal in order to restore power lines and ensure uninterrupted fuel supply.
In the first phase, a team of five senior executives from the Indian Oil Corporation and more than a dozen engineers from transmission undertaking PowerGrid Corporation of India have gone to Nepal.
The Indian Air Force conducted extensive helicopter operations, rescuing at least injured people and air dropping 3. By the end of Monday, approximately 5, Indian citizens were evacuated from Nepal. The Indian government received requests for help from many countries and took steps to evacuate their citizens to India.
With the weather improving, the Indian Air Force and the Indian Army fanned out to remote areas while continuing to transport essential items from various bases to Kathmandu and evacuating distressed persons to India. A member medical team, along with medical supplies, was sent to Nepal from Rajasthan.
The Sashastra Seema Bal dispatched over three dozen vehicles, including ambulances and water tankers to Nepal from its border camps. The Indian government dispatched a further tons of food packets and dry rations, 50 tons of water, 2 tons of medicines, 40 tents and 1, blankets to Nepal.Doing Business Report.
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Chinese state media report multiple children have been hurt by a car plowing into them outside school. Thousands died when a magnitude quake hit Nepal on April 25, But thanks to political dysfunction, reconstruction has been slow Business Tech In a new report in early April, they.
Saturday's magnitude quake was the strongest to hit Nepal for 81 years. It also shook neighbouring India, China and Bangladesh. Early on Sunday, the official death toll stood at more than.