In the honor of M. Julien Lauprêtre, Founder Chairperson of Secours populaire français, Urban Environment Management Society (UEMS) organized the Nepalese Musical Instrument Evening with Sur Sudha at Ashok Party Palace in Lalitpur. The musical maestros of Sur Sudha, Surendra Shrestha (Tabla), Prem Rana Autari (Flute), Bikash Sunar (Guitar) and Rajeev Shrestha (Sitar), including guest singer, Saraswoti Khatri provided classic entertainment to the guests with their music. The “Sikali” band, formed by the ex-students of Shree Rudrayanee Madhyamik Vidyalaya, also presented their musical prowess in the program, earning appreciation from the musical maestro.

Mr. Prem Singh Maharjan honored M. Julien Lauprêtre and other supporters including representatives of SPF and Mirasol, Philippines.

Nepal had experienced the worst rainfall in the 15 years started on 11 August 2017. The torrential monsoon rains had triggered the severe flooding and landslides across the 35 districts out of 75 d