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Province 1

157 inmates fall sick; treatment remains tough

Ilam, Sept 23  As many as 157 inmates languishing in Ilam jail have fallen sick at once. The jailbirds have witnessed different health complications for the past few days. It has aggravated the problem when the disease turned to be an epidemic with its spread from one to another. more →

Accelerate unity, development for good governance: Chairman Dahal

Biratnagar, Sept 22  Nepal Communist Party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said unity and development should be accelerated to ensure good governance in the country. Talking briefly to the media persons at Biratnagar airport this morning, Chairman Dahal stressed the need of wiping out weakness in the activities. " more →

Nobody is above the Constitution: Former Speaker

Ilam, Sept 22  Former Speaker Subas Chandra Nembang has said that nobody is above the Constitution. Speaking at a programme here on Saturday, Nembang made it clear that the present government would not carry out any act against the Constitution. The Nepali people no longer have to fight for more →

There is eternal relationship between democracy, press: Communications Minister Baskota

Biratnagar, Sept 19  Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gokul Prasad Banskota today pointed out relations between democracy and the press as lively. Saying Gorkhapatra is a mouthpiece of the state and the people, but not government, he said, "Gorkhapatra should save democracy established by the people." He was more →

Five hospitalised after consuming wild mushroom

Bhadrapur, Sept 19  Five people were taken ill after consuming poisonous wild mushroom in Jhapa. Meena Sarki, 50, of Kamal rural municipality-5 and her two sons--Ramesh Sarki, 29 and Kumar Sarki, 25,--who ate curry made of mushroom they collected from a jungle on Wednesday afternoon have been hospitalised, police more →

Govt commits to strengthening custom, border administrations: Finance Minister Khatiwada

Kathmandu, Aug 1 Finance Minister Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada today said the government was committed to strengthening and making custom and border administrations effective. The government was at work to develop technology and infrastructure in every custom office and to bring legal and structural changes to boost entrepreneurship and country' more →

Mechinagar unveils Rs 1.88 billion budget

Bhadrapur, July 25  ,,  Mechinagar municipality has unveiled its budget of around Rs 1.43 billion for the fiscal year 2019/20. The municipality made public its annual budget at a press conference on Wednesday. Meena Uprety, deputy mayor of the municipality, informed the fourth municipal assembly held from 25 June more →

Under-construction temple crushes two to death

Fidim, July 22  ,,  Two people died when the roof of an under-construction temple fell apart at Tari of Hilihang rural municipality-7, Bharapa in Panchthar. According to Arjun Rijal, a local, Jagat Bahadur Rai and Rudra Rai died when the roof crushed them at around 9.00 am this morning. more →

29,000 obtain citizenship certificates from Morang

Total 29,896 people have obtained Nepali citizenship certificate from Morang district in a year. It includes distribution of 14,255 citizenship certificates from District Administration Office, 7,260 from Area Police Office Urlabari and 4,466 from Area Police Office Rangeli, the district administration office shared this at a press conference on more →

Triyuga bridge starts to collapse

Gaighat, July 17  ,,  Eastern part of a concrete bridge of Triyuga river in Gaighat along Gaighat-Kadmaha road section has now started collapsing following the incessant rainfall and flood that took place for four days continuously. According to the Traffic Police Office, Gaighat, the bridge is at high-risk after more →

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