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A special police unit deployed from District Police Office, Chitwan, apprehended Biplav-led CPN party standing committee member Guna Raj Lohani, this morning, police said.
One person has died on the spot and the other two have been injured in a bus accident at Bhanu Municipality-9, Tanahun, on Tuesday morning.
Fourth meeting of Commerce Joint-Secretary Level Technical Committee of Nepal and Bangladesh has begun in the capital starting today.
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Police arrested central member of Netra Bikram Chand (Biplav)-led Communist Party of Nepal, Gunaraj Lohani in Chitwan district today.
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As many as seven persons sustained injuries when a digger driver smote the protestors with an excavator bucket in Dashrathchand Municipality-9 of Baitadi district, on Monday.
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Karnali Province government is preparing to amend the provision on perks and benefits for office bearers and members of local levels.
Bara District Police Office made public Makhan Sah Kanu, who was arrested on a murder charge, on its premises, on Monday.
Indian President Ram Nath Kovind has accepted the invitation extended by President Bidya Devi Bhandari to pay a visit to Nepal.
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Local farmers in Kailali have been compelled to sell paddy at a lower price.
The trafficking of Medicinal herbs has reduced after the installation of CCTV cameras in the Himalayan and upper hilly regions of Taplejung and Panchthar districts.
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Nepal Communist Party (NCP) leader Madhav Kumar Nepal on Monday said it was high time that the party purged itself of impurities.
American armyworm has destroyed maize planted by more than 10,000 farmers in eight districts of Province 1.
Biratnagar Metropolitan City has violated the law on benefits and perks for office bearers and members of local levels formulated by Province 1 government.
In relation to the vandalism that took place in Chitwan Medical College on Sunday, Nepal Medical Association Chitwan on Monday warned that all medical services in the entire district would be halted if the authorities failed to take action against the perpetrators immediately.
Nepal Medical Association issued a press release on Monday condemning vandalism in Chitwan Medical College.
What actually propels the country’s top political leadership to renege on their oft-repeated commitment to reconstitute the transitional justice mechanisms and amend the TJ Act could be anyone’s guess.
Concluding that police unnecessarily used force to kill Kumar Paudel, Sarlahi In-charge of Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal, after taking him under control, the National Human Rights Commission on Monday recommended that the government should take action against officials involved in the killing.
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Nepal and China signed several agreements during Xi's visit, including two connectivity projects that the Nepali government hopes will eventually reduce its dependence on India.
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The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Executive Director, Dr Natalia Kanem, has praised Nepal for its performance in the field of safe motherhood, reproductive health, family planning and women empowerment.
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A high-altitude golf tournament in the shadow of Nepal's Mount Everest had to be called off over the weekend as most of the players could not fly in due to heavy cloud cover.
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A drinking water scheme has been completed after a hiatus of 23 years in Bihadi Rural Municipality of Parbat.
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Works have been halted in Kalaiya Sub-metropolitan office as staffers staged a protest demanding action against Ward No 4 Chair, Jata Shankar Sahani, on Sunday.
Relatives and family members resorted to vandalising Chitwan Medical College after a woman died while undergoing a minor nose surgery at the hospital, on Sunday.
Police in Saptari district seized ready-made garments and fireworks in Hanumannangar Kankalni Municipality-11, on Sunday night.
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In a dramatic twist, Roshani Shahi, who had filed an FIR accusing former speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara of attempt to rape, filed an application at Kathmandu District Court, stating that police had coerced her into filing the case.
President Bidya Devi Bhandari and Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe held a meeting at State Guest House Akasaka Palace in Tokyo this morning.
Patients have been facing problems due to lack of blood bank in the District Hospital, forcing kin of the patients to run from pillar to post, to arrange blood.
Chief Minister Prithvi Subba Gurung on Sunday said the constitutional provision on salary and benefits of people’s representatives was flawed and the error had to be corrected by amending the constitution.
Cricket Association of Nepal got a new body through an extraordinary general assembly and International Cricket Council lifted the membership suspension, albeit conditionally, after almost four years.
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