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A 21-year-old man has been arrested on the charge of raping a 14-year-old girl in Siraha District.
A total of 18 persons including five police personnel have tested positive for COVID-19 in Nawalpur district.
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Nepal's total coronavirus infection count has reached 17,344 with 167 new cases detected today, stated the Ministry of Health and Population.
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Chief Minister of Gandaki Province made a site visit on Wednesday to Madhya Nepal Municipality of Lamjung district, where a destructive flood and landslide displaced more than a hundred families.
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Maiti Nepal Province 1 Coordinator Govind Ghimire said 21 women stranded in Manipur of India were rescued.
Byas Municipality, Tanahun’, has announced it will provide Rs 50,000 to each of the families of the victims who died in Sunday’s landslide.
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The random entry of vehicles carrying goods and other daily essentials via Jhapa’s Bhadrapur border point has increased the risk of coronavirus spread in Jhapa.
Community forests of Kailali have sought a new panel to investigate forest-related irregularities under a scientific forest management programme.
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The Ministry of Water Supply on Wednesday formed a high level probe committee to investigate Tuesday's accident at the audit tunnel of Melamchi Water Supply Project.
Two months ago, Krishna Prasad Jaisi lost his job as a chef in neighbouring India when the coronavirus pandemic shut down the hotel where he worked.
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Nepali photo-journalists condemn unprofessional behaviour of media houses during the ongoing crisis -
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Nepali Congress Vice-president Bimalendra Nidhi has termed Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s claim that Thori village in Parsa is the real Ayodhya and the birthplace of Lord Ram baseless, irrelevant and objectionable.
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Police on Wednesday arrested an Armed Police Force Senior Superintendent of Police on the charge of raping a woman in Kaski.
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As of today, the country has witnessed 17,177 cases of the coronavirus infection while 11,025 people have been discharged from hospitals. Meanwhile, thirty-nine COVID-19 fatalities have been confirmed.
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Central member of Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) led by Netra Bikram Chand (Biplav), also the party's Seti/Mahakali bureau incharge, Om Prakash Pun has been arrested in possession of a homemade pistol in Kailali district
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Makawanpur District Court has ordered to keep the four persons who had been arrested on June 29 on a charge of murdering a woman – Sushmita Thapa (24) -- for judicial enquiry.
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One more person has succumbed to the coronavirus infection in the country on Wednesday, taking the total death-toll from the disease to 39.
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PM has lost moral and political grounds to continue governance: Nepali Congress
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The Ministry of Health and Population reported 116 new cases of the coronavirus infection on Tuesday, which has taken the nationwide COVID-19 count to 17,177.
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Surya Nepal Pvt Ltd has contributed ten million rupees to COVID-19 fund set up by Gandaki Province, on Tuesday.
Eleven persons went missing after the natural disaster struck the area and swept away the houses.
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The District Coordination Committee of Khotang has prioritised implementation of Halesi master plan.
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The brutal killings were act of caste-based discrimination wherein negligence on the part of police is absolutely evident
Sudurpaschim provincial government’s decision to set up coronavirus testing laboratories in several districts is yet to be implemented.
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There are 339 patients of sickle cell anaemia in Dang.
According to the District Health Office, 144 males and 18 females staying in quarantine upon arriving from foreign countries tested positive for the virus.
Three lives were lost in a landslide in Kaligandaki Rural Municipality, Syangja, this morning.
Five days after landslides claimed about a dozen lives at different places in Barekot Rural Municipality, the displaced lot are still waiting for relief.
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The government has proposed to provide Rs 500 per kg of locusts as the insects pose grave risk for agricultural produce in different parts of the country.
In a bid to carry out youth vocational training programmes through one-door system, the government is all set to establish Technical and Vocational Education and Training Fund.