News • Photo Essay • Photography Cleaning Up After The Quake In Kathmandu June 1, 20151 Commentby Nischal Kharel A lodge, or guest house, near Gangabu Buspark, Kathmandu. (Nischal Kharel/YJI) A rescue team from India works with members of the Nepalese Army to clear a house in Bhaktapur, Kathmandu. A view of the wrecked house in Bhaktapur, from further down the street. From a pedestrian bridge, a view of a road in the Bhaktapur area of Kathmandu that was destroyed in the earthquake and then repaired. Crews use a bulldozer to help clear debris from the house destroyed in the earthquake. The remains of a destroyed home in Kathmandu. A stone water tap in Bhaktapur, Kathmandu. Cracks in the wall of an old home in Kathmandu. Rubble from homes in Kathmandu that were destroyed in the earthquake. Damaged homes in Kathmandu. A collapsed roof on a building in Koteswar, Kathmandu. Wooden beams are used to help support this old house in Kathmandu in hopes of preventing collapse. People are living in tents like these along the road in Koteswor, Kathmandu. Tents where people are living next to army barracks near Bakhabazar, Baktapur, Kathmandu. Youth Journalism International photographer Nischal Kharel takes a selfie on the bridge over the repaired road in the Bhaktapur area of Kathmandu.