1.4 million people victimized by Nepal earthquake need food assistance: UN

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Kathmandu, April 28: Three days after a devastating earthquake rocked Kathmandu, rescue operations continue. Death toll of the earthquake has crossed 4,300 mark.

Indian government has sped relief operations. These are the helpline numbers, launched by MEA for 24 hour Control Room for queries regarding tragic:

+91 11 2301 2113
+91 11 2301 4104
+91 11 2301 7905

Here are the helpline numbers for Nepal earthquake

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Live: Nepal death toll cross 3,000

12.30 am: UN says 1.4 million people victimized by Nepal earthquake need food assistance

12.00 am: Over 5,000 dead in Nepal earthquake; desperation for aid in remote areas grows

11.40 pm: IAF evacuates 19 mountaineers in Nepal

11.30 pm: Woman pulled out alive 50 hours after being buried under rubble

11.00 pm: Nepal announces 3-day mourning for quake victims

10.45 pm: Eight Nepal army men die in rescue mission

10.20 pm: US lawmakers introduce special status bill for victims

10.00 pm: India enlarges Nepal rescue ops to worst-hit areas

9.50 pm: Will do everything possible to help Nepal: Modi

9.40 pm: 250 people feared missing after mudslide in Nepal village

9.30 pm: Rescue, relief operation in full swing in Nepal: Government

9.15 pm: 250 missing after avalanche hits Nepal trekking route

8.30 pm: Mass cremations in Nepal as quake body count rises

8.10 pm: India has extended full support in rescue operations: Nepal Deputy PM Bamdev Gautam

7.45 pm: India assists evacuation of 251 foreign nationals by land

7.30 pm: "We are sending buses with relief material & those buses are bringing back people from Nepal, says Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar.

7.00 pm: Nepal earthquake death toll reaches 5,057.

6.45 pm: Around 50,000 pregnant women and girls could be affected by the devastating earthquake in Nepal, says UN.

6.30 pm:  India has assisted in the evacuation of 170 nationals from 15 countries, including 71 from Spain, from quake-hit Nepal.

6.15 pm: Nepal PM Sushil Koirala says his government is sending desperately needed tents, water and food supplies to those in need.

6.00 pm:  Britain's Nepalese community will hold prayers at London's iconic Trafalgar Square for those affected in the devastating earthquake.

5.45 pm: The earthquake in Nepal has impacted eight million people in 39 districts, of which over two million live in 11 most severely affected districts, says United Nations.

5.30 pm: India assisted 170 nationals from 15 countries in evacuation from Nepal via commercial & IAF aircraft, informs MEA.

5.15 pm: We have the capacity to work on 20 patients at a given time, 150-200 can consult our OPD on daily basis, says Commanding officer, AMC, RK Yadav.

5.00 pm: Medical facilities set up for victims of Nepal earthquake.

4.45 pm: I would like to thank GoI & ppl of India for thr love & support, says Nepal's ambassador to India Deep Upadhyay.

4.30 pm: PM of Nepal Sushil Koirala calls an emergency meeting over Nepal earthquake, leader of opposition and Home Minister to be in attendance.

4.00 pm: "A team of Army jawans left today for Nepal with Army equipment", says Neeraj Musalay, IAF Wing commander.

3.45 pm: US praises India's role in helping quake-hit Nepal.

3.40 pm: Rescue operations resume in Earthquake-hit Kathmandu.

3.15 pm: We'll do everything possible with rescue and relief and we'll certainly be there when you rebuild your lives: PM Narendra Modi on Nepal earthquake.

12.28 pm: Number of those killed in Nepal earthquake could reach 10,000: PM Sushil Koirala tells news agency Reuters.

12.11 pm: 'Search and rescue' operations by NDRF underway at New Bus Park (Kathmandu)

12.03 pm: Indian forces are giving full support to Nepal Govt  and forces in relief and rescue work: Ranjit Rae

11.38 am: The NDRF, Indian Army and other forces are doing a remarkable job in Nepal: Rajnath Singh

10.23 am: 18 trucks with relief material sent by UP Government reaches Kathmandu

10.14 am: Some 1000-1200 people are seated outside the airport and bus fares are too high: Indian rescued from Nepal earthquake

9.55 am: Death toll in Tibet due to Nepal earthquake has risen to 25 with 117 people injured

9.00 am: Fresh tremors rocked Nepal on early Tuesday morning

(End of updates for Day 3)

1.00 am: Aid groups, celebrities seek funds for Nepal earthquake

12.30 am: Anger grows in Nepal over slow pace of aid

12.00 am: PM pushes for streamlining quake relief, rescue efforts

11.30 pm: IAF Rapid Action Medical Team with medical aid boards IAF aircraft for Nepal

11.15 pm: Google, Facebook join Red Cross to find missing people

11.00 pm: US to send $10 million in aid to help victims

10.30 pm: India to augment petroleum products to quake-ravaged Nepal

10.10 pm: India to ply buses to evacuate its nationals

9.50 pm: Choppers rescue climbers stranded at high altitude on Mount Everest

9.30 pm: Fresh tremors felt in Kathmandu

9.00 pm: Nepal's death toll soars to 4,250

8. 40 pm: Buddhist monks in Nagpur observe candle light vigil for earthquake victims

8. 30 pm: WHO gives emergency health kits, funds to quake-hit Nepal

8. 15 pm: 5,400 Indians evacuated from Nepal

7.50 pm: Spain seeks India's help in evacuating its nationals from Nepal.

7.30 pm: The House has unanimously pledged to extend full support to Nepal in this hour of great human tragedy, says Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu.

7.15 pm: We express our sympathies with the Nepal Govt and people, says IOC Chief Thomas Bach.

7.00 pm: Congress President Sonia Gandhi writes to Nepal PM Koirala, expresses grief over devastation caused by Nepal earthquake.

6.45 pm: Tents, blankets, milk & milk products, medicines, noodles and food packets are what we are sending, says Foreign secretary S Jaishankar.

6.30 pm: Residents vacate buildings after fresh tremors were felt in Siliguri.

6.15 pm: PM Narendra Modi donates his 1 month salary to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund for those affected by recent earthquake.

6.00 pm: In Bengaluru, Candlelight vigil for held for earthquake victims in Nepal and India.

5.45 pm: Fresh tremors reported from Nepal border and various parts of West Bengal and Bihar.

5.30 pm: Nepal earthquake death toll rises to 3,723.

5.00 pm: 2 Antonov-32 aircraft bring back 101 passengers from Kathmandu to Palam airport, Delhi.

4.30 pm: Nepal faces petrol and diesel crisis due to the deadly earthquake.

4.15 pm: Mumbai's dabbawalas offer prayers to victims of Nepal and India earthquake.

3.55 pm: PM Narendra Modi calls for a meet at 8 pm to review Nepal earthquake relief work.

3.45 pm: IAF reschedules its relief planes for Nepal to 'Low Density Time' to avoid 'congestion' at Kathmandu: Defence Ministry

2.14 pm: All teams are there. The operation is going on very heavily on the ground: Kiren Rijiju

1.45 pm: Police say at least 3,617 people have been confirmed dead in Nepal earthquake.

1.17 pm: People injured in Nepal earthquake being given medical assistance in Kathmandu

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12.58 pm:

12.50 pm: Chennai: Students collect money and relief material for those affected in Nepal earthquake

12.36 pm: Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted and thanked everyone for their collective effort in rescue operations in Nepal

12.25 pm: Seven pilgrims from Assam die in Nepal earthquake. Assam govt coordinating with Centre to bring bodies back.

12.14 pm: Helicopter relief services for remote areas along Himalayan range started yesterday: Deep Upadhyay(Nepal ambassador to India)

12.03 pm: Delhi government to send relief material to Nepal today.

11.45 am: 40 large tents, 1400 blankets, 50 tonnes of water moved yesterday. More enroute: MEA

11.35 am: PM Narendra Modi likely to make statement on Nepal earthquake

11.14 am: A team for coordination has already reached Nepal: Home Minister Rajnath Singh

11.12 am: National crisis management committee (NCMC) meeting to take place at Cabinet Secretariat at 11 am.

10.44 am: India rushes senior MHA and MEA officials to Kathmandu

10.20 am: Bihar accounts for 51 deaths and 173 injured after Nepal earthquake (PTI)

9.55 am: Kathmandu to receive rain for next 24 hours, rescue efforts likely to be hampered.

9.09 am: Tibet quake toll rises to 20; forecast of rain, snow. 58 people injured and 4 are missing (PTI)

8.45 am: An inter-ministerial team headed by Additional Secretary in MHA B K Prasad leaves for Nepal to coordinate rescue and relief operations.

8.30 am:  1935 Indians evacuated from Nepal via IAF aircrafts

8.25 am: Twin quake rocks Nepal again.

8.15 am: Nepal quake death toll surges to 3,218, over 5,000 people injured

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