Himal Southasian's Indus Flood Relief:


To overcome the difficulties of Indians wanting to sending money across from India for flood relief in Pakistan, editor Kanak Dixit and colleagues at Himal Southasian, a monthly magazine in Nepal, set up the Indus Flood Relief fund collection drive in partnership with Standard Chartered Bank Nepal in Kathmandu.

"Please avail this facility to send money to the victims of flood along the Indus. No administrative charges will be applied; every paisa will be transferred to trusted organisations in Pakistan for the benefit of the flood victims," writes Urooj Zia, a former News staffer now working at Himal.

Account title: Indus Flood Relief - Himal Southasian/SCB Nepal
Bank: Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Ltd.
Branches Accepting Deposit: Any Branches of SCB Nepal network
SWIFT CODE: SCBLNPKA
Credit card payments may be made to the accounts below at any of the branches of Standard Chartered Bank in Nepal:
Account number for Rupees (from India and Nepal): 01-1859293-02
Account number for USD (from elsewhere): 01-1859293-51
Please refer to the Indus Flood Relief page at www.himalmag.com for details.
- Beena Sarwar

Wednesday, August 25, 2010




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