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Duration2003/07/31 Monsoon rains triggered landslides in Manakamana village, 75 miles west of the capital, Katmandu, killing at least 48 villagers, burying houses and blocking a key highway.
Country or DistrictNepal

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Personal Injury Material Damage Others
Statistic Data of Disaster Situation from ADRC counterpart organization
Dead: 104 people
Missing: 47 people
Injured: 40 people
Affected: 3599 families

Collapsed: 1493 houses

Animal loss: 181

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  • OCHA ReliefWeb Situation Report No.2
    Since the onset of monsoon rains, floods and landslides have affected geographically about two thirds of Nepal. As of 4 August 2003, the Department of Disaster Management of the Ministry of Home Affairs reported that floods and landslides have killed 130 people, 45 are missing and 69 injured.
  • Yahoo asia News 2003/07/31
    Landslides in Nepal Kill at Least 48
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