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Birgunj youth severely injured in assault
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Birgunj youth severely injured in assault

A youth was critically injured in a knife attack at Adarsanagar in Birgunj today morning. Bishal Sah, 25, from Chhapkaiya, Birgunj-1 was injured when he was attacked by a group of youths. Sah was out for morning walk when he was attacked with sharp weapons, including a knife near a swimming pool. District Police Office Parsa said that a group of youths including Rishikesh Patel and Dinesh Pa...


Siberian birds arrive in Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve

Siberian birds have been spotted in the wetlands of the Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve after the plunge of temperature in the North Pole in the recent days. To escape the chilling cold in Siberia and other parts of the North Pole, the migratory birds of different species have started to arrive in the area. Chief Conservation Officer of the Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve, Bed Kumar Dhakal, info...


“Haven’t left Nepal”: Gyanendra hints his political presence
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“Haven’t left Nepal”: Gyanendra hints his political presence

The former King Gyanendra Shah on Sunday reminded that he had not left the nation, hinting that he still had political interests. Issuing a statement on the eve of Prithvi Jayanti, the birth anniversary of modern Nepals unifier King Prithvi Narayan Shah, the former monarch expressed his dissatisfaction over latest political developments. I handed over the property of people to themselves and...


UDMF announces fresh agitation programmes in Tarai

The United Democratic Madhesi Front announced fresh protest programmes besides other forms of protest, including blockade of border entry points. The UDMF announced fresh protests including mass meetings in district headquarters, photo exhibits of martyred protesters, baton rallies, torch rallies, observance of sacrifice day and protests in cities and villages. General Secretary of Sadbhawan...


Reconstruction drive to begin from Jan 16

President Bidya Devi Bhandari is scheduled to launch the national reconstruction campaign by inaugurating Ranipokhari reconstruction project on Jan 16. The day is also being marked as the 18th Earthquake Safety Day. This information was shared by the publicity subcommittee under the Earthquake Safety Day main organising committee at a press meet in the capital today. The national reconstruct...


70 trucks carrying drugs stuck in Raxaul
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70 trucks carrying drugs stuck in Raxaul

Seventy trucks carrying medicine worth around Rs 450 million are stuck in the Indian town Raxaul across the Nepal-India border due to the ongoing agitation called by the Madhes-based parties. The trucks that have arrived at the transit point in Birgunj have not been able to enter Nepal due to the agitation and the ongoing blockade at entry points. As a result of blockade, health centres across ...


UDMF, major parties inch closer to resolve crisis

The meeting of two task forces formed by the three major parties and the agitating United Democratic Madhesi Front concluded on a positive note, here today. A member of the task force of major parties and NC leader Mahesh Acharya said during the meeting the agitating UDMF task force agreed to form a committee to complete its task in a certain time frame on specific Terms of Reference. He sai...


UN peacekeeper from Nepal dies in Lebanon

A Nepali peacekeeper died in Lebanon last week, the Nepal Army said on Thursday. NA Lance Corporal Bharat Raj Karki was working in the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNFIL). The NA Directorate of Public Relations said Karki had breathed his last on January 1 and his body was brought to Kathmandu on a Qatar Airlines flight on Wednesday. The national military force paid last trib...


Indian dam wreaking havoc on Nepali villages since 5 yrs

Over half a dozen villages in Saptari district get submerged every monsoon since the last five years, rendering thousands of people homeless and destroying their crops. The problem began after India built a dam to control the flow of water in a way that suits India. The villages including Tilathi, Launiya, Sakrpura, Rampura, Malhniya, Koiladi and Lalapatti gets flooded every rainy season as the...


Thapa confirms Oli’s first foreign visit will be to India
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Thapa confirms Oli’s first foreign visit will be to India

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Kamal Thapa on Wednesday confirmed that Prime Minister KP Sharma Olis first formal foreign visit would be to India. Preliminary preparations for the Prime Ministers visits to both India and China have started, Thapa said at the Reporters Club today, Based on the preparations so far, I can say that his foreign trip begins from India. The ...


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