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DPHO sets on fire date expired medicines

DPHO sets on fire date expired medicines 29 July, Jajarkot: The District Public Health Office (DPHO) here has set on fire date expired medicines causing an environmental menace. The medicines were supposed to be sent to the health institutes in the rural villages, but were stockpiled instead at the district headquarters and neglected for too long. The medicines crossed the …

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Adverse weather forces cancellation of flights to Gosaikunda

Adverse weather forces cancellation of flights to Gosaikunda 29 July, Rasuwa: The flights to Gosaikunda carrying pilgrims for the Rishi Panchami or Rakshyabandan rituals were cancelled on Friday due to adverse weather conditions. A total of 20 flights of choppers from Air Dynasty, Heli Altitude, Heli Everest and Sree Airlines carrying pilgrims to the alpine lake were cancelled, according to …

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Education official released after 12 hours in CIAA detention

Education official released after 12 hours in CIAA detention 29 July, Mahottari: Sarlahi’s District Education Official has been released after 12 hours in detention for investigation by the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) Liaison Office, Bardibas. DEO Homnath Subedi was taken under control on Friday and released at around 10 pm. Subedi was arrested with Rs 600,095 …

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NC CEC meeting concludes, calls for respect of popular mandate

NC CEC meeting concludes, calls for respect of popular mandate 25 July, The Nepali Congress party has expressed respect towards the popular mandate extended to it in the recently held two rounds of local level elections. “Though the party did not achieve the expected result, it accords high respect to all the victories gained through a democratic process, and extends …

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Missing teacher found dead

Missing teacher found dead 8 July, Phalebash (Parbat): An unidentified body found at the bank of the Kaligandaki river is reported to be that a missing teacher, police confirmed. A DNA test revealed that the dead body is that of a missing teacher, Narayan Poudel, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Shekhar Khanal said. Poudel, a teacher with Eyeball Academy based …

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KMC starts producing biogas from waste

KMC starts producing biogas from waste 27 June, Kathmandu: The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has officially started generating biofuel from waste from today following a long test production. In the beginning, domestic waste collected from two wards (12 and 19) from the KMC will be used for the project, said a KMC official. The project is a part of the …

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Federer to start 2018 at Hopman Cup in Perth

Federer to start 2018 at Hopman Cup in Perth 27 June, Sydney: Swiss great Roger Federer will use the Hopman Cup in Perth as preparation for the defence of his Australian Open title in 2018, mirroring his successful early season build-up this year. The 18-time Grand Slam champion made his long-awaited comeback after six months out with a knee injury …

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Muslims across country celebrating Eid-al Fitr festival

Muslims across country celebrating Eid-al Fitr festival 26 June, Kathmandu: Muslims across the country are celebrating Eid-al Fitr with gaiety and offering Namaj prayers since the morning today. They are marking the festival amidst religious rituals after looking at the crescent moon this morning. Today also marks the end of a month-long fasting known as Roja that is observed by …

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Monsoon becoming active gradually

Monsoon becoming active gradually 20 June, Kathmandu: The monsoon which entered Nepal via the eastern region a week back is gradually becoming active. However, it would take some more days to have active monsoon across the country, said the Weather Forecasting Division. The central region including the Kathmandu Valley, and the western region are yet to get heavy rainfall. It …

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Gandaki Medical College offers discount in journalists’ treatment

Gandaki Medical College offers discount in journalists’ treatment Pokhara, June 20: Gandaki Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Centre, Pokhara will be offering discounts in the range of five to 50 per cent for all members of the Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ). The service to be provided to journalists holding the FNJ identity card features cost free general bed …

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