Saturday, 28 November, 2020

Province 4

Landslide kills three in Baglung, seven injured

Baglung, Aug 5 Three people were killed as they were hit by a landslide here last night. The deceased have been identified as 45-year-old Pancha Kumari Sripali, spouse of Om Bahadur Sripali; 70-year-old Asari Sripali, mother of Devendra Sripali and her 12-year-old grandchild Praveen Sripali of Lammela of Tamankhola rural...read more →


One held on charge of putting Ncell tower on flame

Parbat, Aug 5 A cadre of Biplav group was arrested on charge of his involvement in setting fire to Ncell tower based in Modi rural municipality-5, Tilahar of Parbat district on 31 July. The District Police Office Parbat on Saturday nabbed Prakash Jung Lamichhane, a cadre of Biplav-led Nepal Communist...read more →


Biplav Kaski Secretary arrested

Kaski, July 28  ,,  A leader of the banned Netra Bikram Chand 'Biplav' group has been arrested by police. District secretary of the group Sujan BK was arrested from Pokhara on Saturday evening. According to SP Dan Bahadur Karki at the District Police Office, Kaski, BK was arrested acting on...read more →


NC steps up campaign for searching honest cadres

Kaski, July 24   ,,  Nepali Congress (NC) has stepped up a campaign to search for honest cadres to boost party performance. At a press meet organized in Pokhara, campaign coordinator Prof Dr Bhupati Dhakal said the party organization was eroding due to factional feuds and in-breeding. NC spearheaded all democratic...read more →


DAO bans brokers’ entrance to office

Tanahun, July 23  ,,  The District Administration Office, Tanahun has restricted the entrance of brokers to its office. The district administration has come up with the move to tame brokers' interference on service recipients for financial motive. Rudra Prasad Pandit, Chief District Officer of Tanahun, said entrance of brokers has...read more →


Federal health system discussed

Pokhara, July 9  ,,  Discussions about the federal health system was held in Pokhara. In the two-day conference, public health professors, researchers and experts gave their paper presentations on several topics. Information about this was shared through a press meet here today, conference organizer committee chair associate-professor Dr Damaru Prasad...read more →


Monitoring detects date-expired medicines

Syangja, July 4  ,,  A monitoring team of Kailgandaki rural municipality has found date-expired foodstuffs and medicines on Wednesday. Ganesh Khanal, chief administrative officer of Kaligandaki, shared that the date-expired edible food items and drugs were found while monitoring shops at local Mirmibazaar. The team seized 10 different sub-standard medicines...read more →


22 private schools in Jumla padlocked for indefinite period

Padlock has been put in 22 private schools in Sinja Rural Municipality of Jumla district for indefinite period by the teachers themselves since Sunday, protesting for not being paid for nearly a decade. Altogether 63 teachers in those schools simultaneously padlocked the schools, demanding their salaries, shared Private Teachers Struggle...read more →


Good Samaritan couple set up revolving fund worth Rs 3.3 million

Tanahu, June 30   ,,  A local social worker couple at Aanbukhaireni in Tanahu district have donated Rs 3.3 million to set up revolving funds in various schools and temples in Gorkha and Tanahu districts. In order to support educational and religious pursuits in both districts, Ishwor Malla and his spouse...read more →


Stalled Rahughat hydel project resumes construction after five years

Myagdi, June 28   ,,   Rahughat Hydropower Project in Rahughat, Myagdi district, stalled for the past five years has resumed construction. Developed by the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) in 2066 BS, the project halted in 2066 BS after the contracting company went bankrupt. Although, the contractor was agreed upon to complete...read more →


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