UN planning "massive" support operation in shudder hit Nepal

Geneva: The UN sustenance office said today it was setting up a huge scale support operation to quake desolated Nepal, with a first plane set to land on Tuesday.

"This will be an expansive, enormous operation," Elisabeth Byrs, representative for the UN's World Food Program, told AFP.

Authorities say more than 3,500 individuals are presently known to have passed on, incorporating 3,432 in Nepal - making it the shake inclined Himalayan country's deadliest fiasco in over 80 years.

The United Nations is outfitting to dispatch a crisis advance for help for the district.