Six heritage sites reopened to bring back tourists as the government worries that the fear of quakes will effect tourism.
Setting up a National Reconstruction fund of USD 2 billion, the Nepali government last month urged the international community to contribute to the fund.
The first quake was recorded at 1.22 am (local time) with its epicenter in Dolakha district. Another tremor of 4.4 magnitude was recorded at 10.19 am (local time).
The landslide hit during the night in Taplejung district, about 500 kilometers (310 miles) east of the capital, Kathmandu, said government administrator Surendra Bhattarai.
Nepal made its presence felt on the big stage by qualifying for the World T20 in Bangladesh in 2014.
The latest agreement was signed by United Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), the main opposition party.
Post earthquake, K.P. Oli has capitalised on public anger with Koirala’s regime.
Officials of Department of Commerce and Supply Management said that it would put ban on sales and import of Maggi noodles in Nepal if the laboratory test shows the noodle is ‘inedible.’
However, the government has made it clear that only 15 per cent of the world heritage sites were damaged by the earthquakes.
Nepal police said the chopper of Kathmandu-based Mountain Helicopters came down in a forested area north of the capital.
Kami had just submitted his visa application forms and in a couple of days, will head to Dharamsala for a 20-day training camp.
Over 100 temporary learning centres have been built across Nepal by the government and aid agencies.
According to officials, the government had received requests from international organisations and other countries for facilitating movement of relief supplies to Nepal.
A 4.0 magnitude tremor was felt at 5.29 am local time in the Nepalese capital.
Earthquakes on April 25 and May 12, killed at least 8,622 people and damaged 756,000 houses and other buildings in Nepal.