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The locals of Phidim, district headquarters of Panchathar are reeling under water shortages for over a week.
Silver and copper coins dating back to the 13th and 17th centuries have been found while digging a road at Barbardiya Municipality-6 in Bardiya district.
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The year’s main climbing season has begun in style as more than 300 foreign climbers are expected to attempt to scale the world’s highest peak from Nepal side in the spring season, according to expedition organisers.
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Police arrested an Indian national with 164 kilograms of hashish from near Gajuri Bazaar of Dhading district along the Prithvi Highway on Thursday night.
Two persons were injured after the motorcycle they were riding on rammed into a truck in Arun Rural Municipality-6 of Bhojpur district today morning.
Nearly 300 projects of road construction, handed over to the government of Sudurpaschim Province, are in a limbo as construction works have not begun even with the approach of final quarter of the current fiscal year.
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Freed haliyas (bonded labourers) in Bajura have submitted a memorandum to Sudurpaschim Province demanding housing and food from the government.
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The Parliamentary State Affairs and Good Governance Committee on Thursday formed a nine-member sub-committee to complete the remaining task of Nepal Citizenship Bill, especially with regard to obtaining naturalized citizenship certificate.
Amnesty International Nepal on Thursday submitted 23,247 letters to the Ministry of Home Affairs demanding concrete measures to end violence against women.
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Workers associated with tourism sector have drawn the attention of the bodies concerned, saying the companies have not provided service and facilities as per the agreement.
Festival of colours, Holi, was celebrated with a lot of gusto in Rajbiraj, Saptari, on Thursday.
Vehicles have started plying the Bajura section of the Karnali Corridor from Thursday.
The Education Development and Coordination Committee in Tanahun has fixed the chairs of all 24 exam centres for the Secondary Education Examination slated to start from March 24 in the district.
Many in Nepal may not have heard of Guillain-Barré syndrome, but this rare disorder, which eventually causes paralysis, is being diagnosed in more and more people in the country.
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A meeting of the Cabinet held on March 18 passed the National Security Policy, but the government has not disclosed its contents.
Pushkar Lal Shrestha, editor-in-chief of Kamana News Publication, is undergoing treatment at the intensive care unit of Nepal Mediciti Hospital after being diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome. He was diagnosed with this disorder four months ago.
The vice-chancellor of Pokhara University Chiranjibi Prasad Sharma laid the foundation stone of the hospital that had been proposed to open in affiliation to the university a decade ago, on Thursday.
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Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has finalised the leadership of all locals levels in Panchthar district after unification process.
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As many as four persons were injured after a jeep they were travelling on overturned in Bhojpur Municipality-9 of Bhojpur district today.
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A drinking water project has started at Madhyabindu Municipality-13 in Nawalparasi at a cost of around Rs 80 million.
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The festival of colours, Holi, is being celebrated in the Tarai districts of the country today exchanging greetings of happiness and harmony.
One month after the Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal wrote to the Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal for unity talks, the RJP-N wrote back telling the FSF-N to prepare conducive environment for talks by quitting the Nepal Communist Party (NCP)-led government.
Formation of the Nepali Congress’ disciplinary, election and regulation drafting committees on Tuesday ended a month-long deadlock, but the party’s internal woes as a result of factionalism are far from over.
A police team deployed from Kathmandu Metropolitan Crime Division arrested two cadres of Netra Bikram chand-led Communist Party of Nepal from Kafaldanda of Khaharepangu at Roshi Rural Municipality, Kavre on Tuesday night.
Gandaki Province Chief Minister Prithvi Subba Gurung on Wednesday said the government had banned the Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal for not talking to the government.
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The CPN (ML) has concluded that the amendments proposed to the Citizenship Certificate Act-2006 to provide citizenship by descent in the name of mother and automatic naturalised citizenship to a foreign woman married to a Nepali national as against national interest.
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A fresh dispute has arisen at Dharan-based BP Koirala Institute of Health and Sciences with the sacked vice-chancellor Prof Dr Raj Kumar Rauniyar returning to assume office.
The statement of sacked superintendent of police Dilliraj Bista, who was accused of destroying evidence and torture during investigation of the rape and murder of 13-year-old Nirmala Panta of Bhimdatta Municipality, was recorded on Wednesday.
The government has reached out to geographically challenging and remote Barekot rural municipality after 51 years.
Byas Municipality in Tanahun has a introduced a new rule in which principals of community schools will have to sign a contract before being appointed to the post.