On April 25, 2015, Mother Nature showed us all her cruel side as Nepal experienced one of its worst natural disasters in the form of a devastating earthquake that measured 7.8 on the Richter scale. The impact of the earthquake was so strong that the tremors were felt across the border in India. With the death toll crossing more than 3500 and hundreds left homeless, it has sent a severe shock wave around the country. In an attempt to restore normal life soon rescue operations are underway on a war footing to save as many lives as possible.
Even today, aftershocks have been reported from Katmandu, the country capital and people prefer to stay outdoors despite bad weather conditions. Rescue assistance are coming pouring in from all over the world in the form of monetary aid and volunteer help. With India, UK, USA announcing their monetary aid packages, all the money is being utilized for the treatment of the injured and providing basic amenities for the affected. The local NGOs are working round the clock to restore peace and alleviate agony.
The following measures have been set up in order to accelerate the rescue process of the Nepal Earthquake 2015