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Flood triggered by an incessant rainfall has damaged an under-construction bridge over Bagmati river in Rauthat district.
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Following an incessant rainfall, recurring landslides at Pangreveer along Phidim-Ilam road section of Mechi Highway has adversely affected the daily lives of people in the area.
Two persons died and twenty nine others were injured when a bus collided with a van on the East-West Highway in Pathari of Morang district, on Thursday.
Minister of Social Development Yubraj Dulal on Thursday carried out an emergency cross-checking in four government offices of Hetauda in Province 3.
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Former prime minister and Chair of the Pushpalal Memorial Foundation Madhav Kumar Nepal on Thursday said there should be trust between two counties — Nepal and India — for good relations.
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Two persons lost their lives and 12 others sustained injuries when the jeep they were travelling on plunged into Bhuwakhola along the Karnali corridor in Jagannath Rural Municipality- 5 of Bajura district today.
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Around two million rupees of the fund meant for launching emergency parturition service at Kolti Primary Health Centre of Bajura has been frozen.
The government in Sudurpashchim Province is preparing to distribute laptops to members of the Provincial Assembly.
Dhangadi Sub-metropolis of Kailali district provided subsidised power tillers to farmers in the municipality on Thursday.
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Among the five who were injured in a bomb explosion at a local hotel near Shahid Gate in Dhangadhi Sub-Metropolitan City-4 yesterday, a person has died.
Province 2 Chief Minister Lal Babu Raut distributed relief materials to flood victims when he visited the flood-hit areas of Rautahat on Thursday.
Twelve Nepali women rescued from a Kenya dance bar in April reached Kathmandu on Thursday.
At least five persons were injured in a bomb explosion at a local hotel near Shahid Gate in Dhangadhi Sub-Metropolitan City-4 this evening, police said.
District Police Office (DPO), Parsa arrested four persons in possession of 120 kilograms of marijuana from Bagahi of Birgunj Metropolitan City-28.
Nirmal ‘Nims’ Purja, who is on his mission to complete all 14 peaks above 8,000 metres in just seven months, today successfully climbed the world’s 13th highest mountain in the Karakoram range.
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Prolonged drought has adversely affected paddy plantation with only 30 per cent paddy plantation completed in Dhankuta till date.
Phidim-Ilam road section of the Mechi Highway has been obstructed due to rain-triggered landslide in Falgunanda Rural Municipality-3 of Panchthar district.
Farmers of Sunapati Rural Municipality have been able to earn good income from Bodhichitta farming in Ramechhap.
A high-level government team consisting of senior leaders and ministers, who came to take stock of flood-hit areas and victims, returned without meeting the victims or visiting the affected areas in Rautahat on Wednesday.
The government is preparing to start the process of land acquisition for the proposed cross-border railway between India’s Rupaidiya and Kohalpur in Banke after India finalised the detailed project report and handed it to the Government of Nepal.
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The Secretariat of Sudurpaschim Province Assembly (PA) is going to distribute laptops worth more than Rs 2 million to province assembly members.
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Five Buddha statues have been vandalised in Tilottama Municipality of Rupandehi district along the Belhiya-Bhairahawa-Butwal road section, on Wednesday night.
Industrialists and entrepreneurs in Rupandehi took to the streets in Bhairahawa on Wednesday to protest what they called ‘impractical’ provisions of mandatory inclusion of workers in the social security fund scheme and introduction of vehicle and consignment tracking system
A team, including former prime minister Madhav Kumar Nepal and ministers reached the flood-hit areas and observed the destruction in Saptari on Wednesday.
Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba on Wednesday inspected flood-hit areas in Rautahat.
Patan High Court on Wednesday convicted three individuals of human trafficking.
Acting on a tip-off, a sleuth deployed from the DPO apprehended Sagar Ranabhat, 24, from Masbar in Pokhara-7 with controlled pharmaceutical drugs and a pen gun, on Sunday.
The circumstance indicated that a sharp weapon was used to slit Laxmi's throat to murder her, according to DPO Chief, Superintendent of Police (SP) Dan Bahadur Karki.
Co-chairs of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Tuesday ‘ideologically’ completed the remaining work related to unification of the then CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre that had created the NCP, said a party leader.