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Landslide buries houses; two go missing

Gaighat, July 16   ,,  Two persons have gone missing when landslide buried two houses at Rautamai rural municipality, wards 1 and 8 in Udayapur district. According to the District Police Office, Udayapur, landslide that occurred at Rautamai rural municipality-8 at 1.00 pm buried the house of local Rit Bahadur more →

Decision of Judicial Committee should be fair and impartial – Minister Thapa

Biratnagar, July 1  ,,,  Minister for Women, Children and Senior Citizen, Thama Maya Thapa has said the verdict given by the judicial committee of the local level, which is directly related to the people, should be fair and impartial. The Minister said this while addressing a workshop on practical more →

SC upholds rural municipality’s decision on teachers’ transfer

Solukhumbu, June 20   ,,  The Supreme Court has upheld the decision of Thulung Dudhkoshi rural municipality on transfer of teachers. A division bench of SC Justices Dipak Kumar Karki and Dambar Bahadur Shahi upheld the decision. Earlier, SC Justice Prakash Kumar Dhungana had issued the interim order on June 7, more →

Excavator used by hydropower project set on fire

Solukhumbu, June 16  ,,  An excavator being used by a hydropower project was ablaze by an unidentified group at Bhadaure, Pingla of Solu Dudhkunda municipality-11. The machine was used for the 68-megawatt under-construction Solukhola Dudhkoshi Hydropower Project. Though the fire happened last night, the people concerned came to know more →

Museum exploring BP’s thoughts in Biratnagar

Kathmandu, June 13   ,,  The BP Museum Committee on Thursday has embarked on a journey from Sundarijal, Kathmandu to Biratnagar-based historical Koirala Niwas in search for BP's thoughts and ideals. The second round journey has been set to unleash BP's political thoughts and ideals so as to strengthen democratic more →

Teenagers gets life sentence for rape and murder

Gaighat, March 28 ,, The District Court Udayapur has convicted two teenage boys of rape and murder of a minor and slapped life imprisonment on them. The single bench of Judge Tejendra Prasad Sharma handed down the verdict against 16-year-old and 17-year-old boy culprits who had raped and murdered more →

‘Whatever general convention decides is official view of party’

Bhadrapur, March 25  ,,  Nepali Congress (NC) former general secretary Prakashman Singh has said the perspective in regard with federalism, republic and secularism endorsed by the party's general convention is the official view or line of the party. Speaking this morning at a press meet organised by the Nepal more →

Cement factory output worth Rs 30 million a day

Gaighat, March 25 ,, The state-owned Udayapur Cement Factory has made a leap forward in cement production in the last one-and-a-half years. The factory is producing 18,000 sacks of cements a day with the smooth supply of power since a week. According to Nawal Kishore Saha, factory's acting general manager, more →

Inferno leaves four houses gutted

Inruwa, March 25 ,,  A fire left four houses gutted at Bhokraha Narsingh rural municipality-2, Akaha Bazaar in Sunsri on Sunday. Properties worth Rs 1.2 million turned into ashes in the incident. The inferno destroyed houses of locals, including Ram Prasad Sharma, Deep Narayan Sharma, Budh Narayan Sharma and more →

Forest fire continue to rage in Udayapur

Gaighat, March 17 ,,  Fire is reportedly taking place in various community forests in the Chure jungle in Triyuga municipality of Udayapur. Fire continues to rage the Triveni community forest and the Mothai community forest since the past few days. A team including representatives from the forest users committee more →

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