गृहपृष्ठ ∕ Nepal ∕ Nepal condoles loss of lives due to earthquake in Afghanistan Nepal Nepal condoles loss of lives due to earthquake in Afghanistan KathmanduPati June 23, 2022 KATHMANDU – The government has expressed grief over the loss of lives due to an earthquake in Afghanistan on Wednesday. It is reported to have killed more than 1,000 people. “Nepal is deeply saddened by tragic loss of lives due to devastating earthquake in Afghanistan. We extend deepest condolences to the bereaved families and wish for speedy recovery of the injured. Nepali people stand in solidarity with people of Afghanistan at this difficult hour,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs twitted today. The magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck south-east part of Afghanistan early on Wednesday about 44 km from the city of Khost and tremors were felt as far away as Pakistan and India. Write your comments RELATED NEWS President inaugurates consecration of ‘Muktinath Mahaghanta’ at Panchakot Nagarjun violence: Man suspected of killing self after murdering three… KMC’s edict to evacuate Lalita Niwas area Snowfall in Bajura Two killed,16 injured in jeep accident Earthquake rattles Bajhang Top Headlines Nepal, India sign long-term agreement on electricity export, materializing MoU reached during PM’s visit1 NC, Maoist Centre discuss about NA election2 Govt. forms former-judge Poudel led probe commission to investigate Balkumari incident3 Dhakal recommended as SC chief registrar4 1.3 kilos of gold confiscated from TIA5 Manpower agency owner arrested for cheating more than Rs 1.9 million6 President expresses concern over ’emptying’ villages for lack of employment opportunities7 PM Dahal stresses on developing innovative agricultural system8 TRENDING Pathao, Tootle resume ride sharing services after authorities relax lockdown What Makes Prithivi Narayan Shah a Philosopher and a Truly Democratic King? A phone call that paved the way for RAW Chief’s visit to Nepal What role has the Nepal Army been playing in controlling the coronavirus? National Poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire no more Lockdown 2.0: What the Government should do this time around Impact of Social Media on Nepalese Society This time’s Teej, social distancing please!