After initial panic prayers, started to be offered in Nepal with the realisation that the earthquake which hit its eastern region and capital city Kathmandu on Sunday could have wreaked far greater destruction—being the biggest in almost eight decades in Nepal. 9 people were killed.
Since the elastic Himalayan state began to limp back to normal Monday after an earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale, the record was at least nine unconfirmed news of another accident while more than 100 people had injuries to hundreds of homes receiving and collapsing buildings.
The limited capital, died full of decrepit houses and adherence to building codes somewhat, with three people in the collapse of the wall, while over 50 were injured trying to jump out the windows and balconies in panic suffered.
Police said Monday the closure of nine-foot wall of the enclosure of the British Embassy in Lainchaur the capital, near the Indian embassy, broke out Sunday night, shortly after the quake, crushing on a bicycle, a car and a pedestrian.