"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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