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    12 injured in Banke road accident

    Banke, November 18 Twelve persons were injured when a passenger bus met with an accident at Rapti Sonari rural municipality-1 in Banke district on Monday morning. Among the injured ones, Asha Basnet of Dang, Janaki Pun of Kohalpur municipality and assistant driver Bhim Bahadur Basnet of Rapti Sonari rural municipality were brought to Teaching Hospital […]Continue reading this story on the publisher website

    • 18 hrs ago
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    Ministers are bribed for staff’s transfer and promotion: Madhav Kumar Nepal

    Kathmandu, November 18 A senior leader of the ruling Nepal Communist Party has complained that ministers are involved in bribery to manage transfer and promotion of the staff as demanded by the staff. Speaking at a function organised in Kathmandu today, former prime minister Madhav Kumar Nepal said politicians including ministers were also responsible for […]Continue...

    • 18 hrs ago
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    Nirmal Purja might face action for Ama Dablam stunt

    Kathmandu, November 18 Nepali mountaineer Nirmal Purja Magar could face action after he assisted a team of Kuwaiti mountaineers to place a Kuwaiti national flag on the summit of Mount Ama Dablam (6812m) recently. The Department of Tourism says it has launched an investigation. It further states that they are considering taking action as the […]Continue reading this story on the publisher...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    ACC Emerging Teams Cup: Nepal lose to Bangladesh by eight wickets

    Kathmandu, November 18 The hosts Bangladesh easily defeated Nepal by a wide margin in their match played under the ACC Emerging Teams Cup on Monday. Nepal lost to Bangladesh by eight wickets. Batting first after losing the toss, Nepal had posted a meagre 139-run target to Bangladesh, which the opponents achieved in just 24 overs […]Continue reading this story on the publisher...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Cabinet endorses Oman labour agreement draft; signing soon

    Kathmandu, November 18 The Cabinet has endorsed a draft of the labour agreement to be signed with Oman, one of the major destinations for Nepali migrant workers, according to the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security. The ministry says the agreement will be signed soon. The Omani Minister of Manpower, Abdullah bin Nasser bin […]Continue reading this story on the publisher...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Tanahu villages live in fear as leopard kills six children in 18 months

    As dusk sets in at Bhanu Municipality- 2 in Tanahu, Dashrath Kumal checks the locks on doors as fear engulfs him. Every day, he fears for the lives of his two grandchildren. “The days are getting shorter as the sun sets at 5pm. As soon as the sun goes down, we don’t get out of the […]Continue reading this story on the publisher website

    • 21 hrs ago
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    Patrol team, smuggling suspects exchanges fire in Parsa forest

    Birgunj, November 18 A forest patrol team and alleged smugglers exchanged fire in a forest in Parsa district of southern Nepal. The alleged smugglers were supplying wooden logs from a national forest protected under the Subdivision Forest Office. The office in Badhnihar of the district says it had deployed a patrol team after receiving a […]Continue reading this story on the...

    • 21 hrs ago
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    Panel shortlists 61 for transitional justice officials

    Kathmandu, November 18 A panel formed to recommend officials of two transitional justice bodies has shortlisted 61 people for the positions of chairpersons and members of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and the Commission of Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons (CIEDP). The recommendation committee published the names of 61 aspirants including new applicants, old...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    Why everyone needs to worry about first case of malaria parasites in Nepali buffalos

    Nepali zoologists have reported the first case of the malaria parasite in water buffalos in Nepal. The alarming discovery places thousands of farmers who rear buffalos and their cattle across the country at risk. Scientists, who uncovered the presence of the hitherto unnoticed parasites, say besides farmers, the non-farming urban group is also at risk,...

    • 23 hrs ago
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    Prime Minister to inaugurate 60-megawatt Upper Trishuli III A project today

    Kathmandu, November 18 Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is inaugurating the 60-megawatt Upper Trishuli III A Hydropower Project on Monday. Oli will switch on the power transmission from his office in Kathmandu whereas Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Barsha Man Pun will inaugurate the project at the project site in Simle, Kispang rural […]Continue reading...

    • 23 hrs ago

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