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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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Temporary police resign en masse in Nuwakot

Temporary police resign en masse in Nuwakot Nuwakot, June 12: As many as 203 temporary police personnel recruited for helping to maintain peace and security during the local level polls in Nuwakot have resigned en masse. The temporary police recruited by the government in the second week of April were required to stay on duty till the completion of the …

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Rare pregnancy case successfully treated in Beni Hospital

Rare pregnancy case successfully treated in Beni Hospital 11 June, Beni (Myagdi): A woman has been successfully treated for what is known as ‘ectopic pregnancy’, a rare medical case in which fertilized egg is found outside of the uterus. The rare medical case was neutralized by the doctors at the Beni hospital after a successful operation on a 30 – …

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Nepali people going to third countries via India and Sri Lanka should have ‘no objection letter ‘

Nepali people going to third countries via India and Sri Lanka should have ‘no objection letter ‘ 9 June, Kathmandu: Nepal is to take initiative for establishing a provision of showing ‘no objection letter’ of the Nepali Embassy by Nepalis going to third countries via India and Sri Lanka at international airports of the countries. This provision is going to …

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Home Minister directs Nepal Police to seek solutions from within

Home Minister directs Nepal Police to seek solutions from within 9 June, Kathmandu: Home Minister Janardan Sharma has directed the Nepal Police to seek the solutions of problems from within the organization, being based on the established principles and the rule. Inspecting the Police Headquarters on Thursday, Home Minister Sharma said the problems in the police organization could be solved …

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Excessive heat causes death of 1500 chickens at a poultry farm

Excessive heat causes death of 1500 chickens at a poultry farm 7 June, Tanahun: As many as 15,000 chickens died due to excessive heat at a farm here in Tanahun district. The chickens in Sulav Poultry Farm owned by Himal Shrestha of Byas Municipality – 5 died in the scorching heat. Shrestha said of the total of 4,600 Layer chickens …

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Parajuli assumes responsibility of Acting Chief Justice

Parajuli assumes responsibility of Acting Chief Justice 8 June, Kathmandu: Senior-most justice Gopal Prasad Parajuli has assumed the responsibility of acting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from Wednesday. Parajuli assumed the work after Chief Justice Sushila Karki on Tuesday retired from service on the ground of age limit. Acting CJ Parajuli has started designating benches and schedules for hearing …

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Army, Police clubs meeting for title of prime minister cricket tournament

Army, Police clubs meeting for title of prime minister cricket tournament 8 June, Kathmandu: Two departmental clubs–Tribhuvan Army and Nepal Police—are vying for the title of First Prime Ministerial Cricket Tournament tomorrow. The two clubs will meet each other for a final match to be held at the Tribhuvan University (TU) playground. The Army Club beat the central region by …

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PM Deuba approves establishment of Inter-State Council Secretariat

PM Deuba approves establishment of Inter-State Council Secretariat 7 June, Kathmandu: The government has forwarded work on establishing the Inter-State Council Secretariat. While assuming his office at the Office of Prime Minister and Council of Ministers (OPMCM), Singha Durbar today, newly elected Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba endorsed the establishment of the Secretariat within the OPMCM. Article 234 of the …

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