Mother Teresa, who ignores politics, bullets and bureaucratic red tape in her mission to help the needy, arrived unheralded at Katmandu's airport with food for earthquake victims in the Himalayas. While others go through official aid channels, the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize winner simply flew into the Nepalese capital Thursday night with 550 pounds of powdered milk and tins of biscuits. "We have to show our love for the people, no?" the 78-year-old nun said. Sunday's quake, which measured 6.5 on the Richter scale, claimed at least 890 lives in Nepal and India.