While writing this information bulletin, 64 people have lost their lives, 44 injured and 16 are still missing.
In the neighbouring state of Uttarakhand, which also borders Nepal, three people were killed in a landslide late Sunday triggered by heavy rains, local police official Ajay Joshi said.
Electricity supply has been hit in most parts of eastern Nepal and telecom services are down in numerous affected districts.
At least 143 people have died after monsoon rains have caused floods in India and Nepal, Darik reported.
Shankar Hari Acharya, the chief of Nepal's national emergency centre, said on Sunday that thousands were forced to move to higher grounds.
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According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, seven persons were killed in Sunsari district in southern Nepal. Nepal Red Cross Society's (NRCS) disaster situation report informed that 19,819 families across 19 districts have been severely affected due to floods and landslides during this period. However, the Nepal electricity authority has said that it will take over a week to replace the electricity facility in the affected areas. More than 1,000 houses were destroyed in floods that killed an estimated 400 livestock, the Kathmandu Post reported.
The Meteorological Forecasting Division has forecast moderate to heavy rains to continue across the country for the next few days.
The government has mobilised Nepal Police, Nepali Army and Armed Police Force personnel for rescue and recovery work.
The monsoon was gradually getting weaker in the east and moving towards the west, it added.