Pemba Lama was trapped under the debris of the building where four guest houses were operational. A team of Nepalese rescuers pulled out Lama, a resident of Nuwakot, after five hours of rescue operation, ekantipur reported.
He was being given medicine through a pipe to keep him alive, a rescue team official said.
An army of volunteers had swarmed on the narrow , multi-coloured residential and commercial neighborhood of the capital where Lama was discovered.
The teenager was the latest miracle survivor to be rescued after a four-month-old baby who was pulled out alive by rescue workers from the rubble of a collapsed building in Bhaktapur town, at least 22 hours after the devastating temblor that struck Nepal.

Hundreds of people are still trapped under tonnes of debris in the Kathmandu Valley and the worst-affected remote mountainous areas, as rescue workers are desperately searching for survivors of the Saturday's 7.9-magnitude earthquake.

Over 100 aftershocks have jolted Nepal since Saturday, prompting thousands to flee Kathmandu and forcing many to live outdoors.

A total of 110 aftershocks measuring above 4 on the Richter scale have shaken the country till Thursday morning. Nepal was devastated by a massive earthquake on Saturday, killing over 5,000 people.

People are now leaving Kathmandu everyday and thousands of people are living in open spaces fearing another quake.

An UN agency said that over 500,000 houses were either fully or partially damaged in the capital due to the quake. People are now afraid to return to their homes that have developed cracks.

They are concerned that even a minor quake could lead to a collapse of their house. Life is not coming fully back to normal as markets are not opening, schools are shut and government and private offices have not resumed their work.

The latest aftershock was recorded on Thursday at 6.22 am Its epicenter was Lamjung district, some 200 km west from Kathmandu and measured 4.7 on the Richter scale. Dilliram Tiwari, a seismologist, said that a quake below 6 on the Richter scale is not that dangerous.

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