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The government’s decision to provide salary on a monthly basis to teachers of community schools has yet to be implemented in Bara.
Former chief justice Sushila Karki said following a religion was not about just visiting a temple and praying and ringing bells.
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After a long ordeal, Roshan Gurung of Pokhara has finally obtained citizenship certificate on the basis of his mother’s name.
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Gandaki Province’s Ministry of Social Development has started a health checkup campaign targeting elderly citizens in the province.
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Senior leader of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Madhav Kumar Nepal has suggested that the government must be ready to address the genuine concerns of mediapersons regarding the controversial Media Council Bill before advancing it through the Parliament.
A 22-year-old woman from remote Sankhuwasabha district successfully scaled the world’s highest peak becoming the first woman from the Bhote community to stand atop the roof of the world, according to officials.
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Transaction of illegal drugs continues unabated in Makawanpur, according to police data of the past three years.
Victims of the Second People’s Movement in Kaski have lamented that the government failed to recognise their contribution during the movemnent for democracy.
The Nepali Army has dismissed Lieutenant Colonel Kesab Raj Karki after he was found guilty of misappropriating public funds.
The Parliament Secretariat has not yet made available copies of two crucial reports even six days after the government presented them in the Parliament.
With the aim of fulfilling the general requirements of workers in the domestic labour market, private sector players have urged the government to establish well-equipped national-level skill development training centres.
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A Sherpa couple stood atop the world’s highest mountain earlier this week becoming the first couple to make most ascents of Mt Everest in the spring climbing season.
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Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police has continued investigation into the brutal murder of two families by an unidentified group, which took place on the night of May 20, in Arubote area of Miklajung Rural Municipality-3 in Panchthar district.
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A British climber died while returning from the summit of Mt Everest early this morning taking the death toll on different mountains above 8,000 metres to 20 in the spring climbing season.
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Tension that built up in Punarbas Municipality, Kanchanpur, for almost the entire day on Friday over a dispute related to an attempted child marriage yesterday subsided following an agreement with the police in the evening.
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Vice-president Nanda Bahadur Pun will visit Vienna, Austria, at the invitation of the President of Austria Alexander Van der Bellen, to attend the R20 Austrian World Summit being held in Vienna on May 28.
The House of Representatives will restart the process of passing the bill to amend and integrate laws relating to passport, also known as Passport Bill, after President Bidhya Devi Bhandari sent the bill back to the HoR for reconsideration.
Lawmakers of the House of Representatives demanded for a provision of reservation quotas for women within each reservation cluster.
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At least four more climbers died on Mt Everest while a Sherpa climber breathed his last on Mt Makalu in the last 24 hours, bringing the death toll to 19 on different mountains above 8,000 metres in the spring climbing season, according to expedition officials.
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French climber Elisabeth Revol, who was dramatically rescued last year from Pakistan’s Mount Nanga Parbat, scaled Mt Lhotse this morning, a day after reaching the top of Mt Everest, her expedition organiser said.
A team deployed from Nepal Police’s Central Bureau of Investigation to investigate the carnage in which nine persons were killed continued its work to collect evidences from the incident site and its surrounding areas at Arubote of Miklajung-3, in Panchthar on Friday as well.
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Nepal-German Academic Association organised a Talk Programme on ‘Retrospect and Prospect of Nepal-Germany Relations: The Role of Alumni in Nepal’s Development’.
Bhojpur, May 24 A tourism information centre building in Bhojpur, built around six years ago with an aim to promote tourism in eastern Nepal, is
Nepal Police has busted an international racket involved in smuggling counterfeit Indian currency notes to Nepal via Tribhuvan International Airport and circulating them across India.
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An Irish climber died on Mt Everest while attempting to scale the world’s highest peak from Tibetan side early this morning, according to expedition organisers.
The deaths take the toll on different mountains to 18 this season after two more climbers died on Mt Everest and Mt Makalu on Friday, according to the expedition officials.
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Netra Bikram Chand (Biplav)-led Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) announced a bandh in Bhojpur today citing murder of one of their cadres.
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A former UK Special Forces member has set the world record by successfully climbing six of the world’s highest mountains, known as the 8000ers, in just over four weeks in the spring season.
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A group of highly experienced Sherpa climbers today recovered two bodies of Indian climbers who died above Camp IV on Mt Makalu while descending from the summit point last week.
At least two persons died and 25 others sustained injuries when the bus they were travelling on collided with a truck along the East-West Highway in Karjanha Municipality of Siraha district on Friday morning.
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