What’s happening in Kathmassau?
Read moreA Nepal earthquake that has left at least three people dead and damaged about 1.8 million homes has prompted a new wave of tourism to Nepal, prompting the country’s government to ask tourists to check their sites for signs of damage.
The government has also started issuing alerts to people who want to visit Kathmanduc, the capital of the Himalayan nation, to check for signs that they may have been affected by the earthquake.
For some of the Nepalis affected by this year’s earthquake, the first step to getting their properties back is to go back to their homes.
“We need to check whether there are any damage to our homes or if we are displaced,” said Adil Khan, who lives in the town of Chittagong.
“We want to know whether our homes are damaged.
We are looking for the first signs of any damage.”
For people living in Kathmau, a country with a population of about 20 million, it’s a big relief to know that their homes are safe and that they will be able to go about their daily lives.
“It’s good news, but it is not the end of the world.
There is still a lot of work to do,” said Abdul Rahman, who is in his 70s.
“The damage has been done.
We still have our homes.
We have to rebuild our homes, our houses and our families.
We need to find ways to rebuild.”
In Kathmandukh, where a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck on November 9, 2016, the situation has been far worse.
A total of 1,100 people were killed and more than 2,000 were injured.
Nearly 3,000 houses and businesses were damaged and some were severely damaged, while some 1,000 homes and businesses remain unharmed.
According to the latest figures from the Kathmandum district health department, the toll from the earthquake has risen to about 3,300 deaths and 6,300 injuries.
The total number of deaths and injuries has been estimated at about 10,000.
Despite the grim situation, many people have been returning to Kathmandus home after living in other parts of the country.
“People who have moved out of Kathmandau have been coming back here,” said Nima, who had been in Nepal for about three decades.
“I am here to celebrate my 60th birthday.
I had to leave my home and my country because of this earthquake.
Now, I can visit my family and I can see my friends and relatives who are still there.
I am here for the celebration.”
Some of the visitors to Kathmucheri, a popular tourist destination on the edge of the Nepalese capital, are hoping that the earthquake will help bring some tourists back to Kathmin.
“The earthquake has made Nepal a much safer place,” said Abhishek P. Bhagat, who runs a tourism agency in Kathampai.
“People are looking at it in a different light now.
People are looking to get back to normal.””
If you want to go, please do not leave your home, as it will be dangerous and you could be hurt,” he added.