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Tobacco sale ban without license
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Tobacco sale ban without license

In a bid to reduce intake, and control and regulate the use of cigarette and tobacco, the government will now permit the sale of tobacco products only to firms with the license. A meeting of the Council of Ministers on Thursday took a decision stating that use of tobacco products was causing hazards on human health. Health Minister Gagan Thapa said that governments fresh move has come as per...


Nepal's New Ministers assume offices
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Nepal's New Ministers assume offices

Two newly appointed ministers assumed offices Thursday. Assuming the office, Minister for Drinking Water and Sanitation, Prem Bahadur Singh, said the programmes he had formulated during his earlier stint, would be accomplished. Talking to media persons after assuming the office, he would work actively to bring the Melamchi water soon to solve the growing problem of drinking water in the Capital ci...


Nepali workers seeking employment in Malaysia being cheated in name of medical checkup

In the context when reports about Nepali workers aspiring overseas employment becoming the victims of fraud on multiple fronts are common in the media, a Malaysia-based company cheating the Nepali workers entering the Malaysian labour market has come to limelight. The Malaysia-based MiGRAMS Company is unethically charging US dollars 30 equivalent to Rs 3,280 per person from a Nepali foreign jo...


Constitution amendment proposal will be endorsed: NC leader Shrestha
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Constitution amendment proposal will be endorsed: NC leader Shrestha

Constitution amendment proposal will be endorsed: NC leader Shrestha Nepali Congress (NC) leader Gopal Man Shrestha today claimed that the constitution amendment proposal would be endorsed itself after presenting in Parliament for deliberation. The proposal would be passed itself as it brought recently by the incumbent government has already been signed by top leaders of ruling Nepali Congr...


Authorities designate Taulihawa as prohibited zone
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Authorities designate Taulihawa as prohibited zone

The local authorities have designated Taulihawa the district headquarters of Kapilvastu as a prohibited zone from 6 am this morning. A meeting of the District Security Committee presided over by District Security Committee Chairman and Acting Chief District Officer (CDO), Bharat Kumar Budhathoki, took the decision to invoke the legal provisions related to prohibitory zones on Sunday night. ...


Couple sentenced to life in prison
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Couple sentenced to life in prison

The District Court Jajarkot has sentenced a couple to life in prison with confiscation of all properties in a case involving a murder fed by property dispute. A bench led by Justice, Lila Raj Adhikari, on Sunday incriminated, Buddhi Bahadur Khatri, and his wife, Sharmila Bali Khatri, for killing formers mother, Deumi Khatri, of Lekham area of Sakla 1. Both the couple had been pressing De...


KTM Valley won't face power cut till mid-Jan: NEA

Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has said that it wont impose power cut in the Kathmandu Valley at least till the end of Poush (mid-January). The power utility had lifted power cut in the capital city in the first week of November as part of its plan to eradicate load-shedding altogether. NEA has limited power cuts outside the Kathmandu Valley to only one or two hours. It has prohibited indus...


Dr KC ends fast-unto-death on 22nd day

Senior orthopedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC, who has been on a fast-unto-death for the last 22 days, ended his hunger strike on Sunday after the government addressed some of his demands and committed itself to fulfilling the remaining demands in the coming days. Dr. KC ended the fast with a juice drink offered by two and half-year-old Marsang Tamang, whose mother was killed in the devastating eart...


Water supply project for 2,200 households
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Water supply project for 2,200 households

A drinking water project with a capacity touching on 150,000 litres is being built at Manchowk of Kerauna 1 of Morang much to the delight of the locals. The project is being undertaken by Water Supply and Sewerage Department, Morang and Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation at an investment of Rs 80 million. The project targets 2,200 households in Kerauna VDCs ward no 1, 2 and 3, Kerau...


Tarai's poor communities hunt rat for food

We are wont to think that we can count the number of people who do not get irritated by rat menace, but a community in Tarai seems to get on with it or rather relish it. The marginalized and poverty-stricken communities here have been preying on rats for long. They head out into the paddy fields and hunt down the rats in their burrows. The Santhal ethnic communitys Paltaram Murmu, Gopilal Mur...


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