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Man attacks mother to death, sister severely injured

A woman injured in an attack by her son two days ago succumbed on Thursday night in Siraha, the police said. Ram, 28, of Laxmipur Patari-4 had allegedly attacked his mother Gyan Devi Das, 45, and 16-year-old sister Sunita Kumari with an iron rod over a family dispute, said the local people. Gyan Devi died in the course of treatment at Biratnagar-based Nobel Hospital. Sunita Kumari is rece...


CPN-UML are set to elect their chief minister candidates in provinces 1 and 3 today

Two provincial parliamentary parties of the CPN-UML are set to elect their chief minister candidates in provinces 1 and 3 on Friday. As decided by the partys Standing Committee to elect Parliamentary Party (PP) leaders through secret ballot if they were not selected unanimously, the two provinces are preparing for polls for the purpose. Generally, the PP leader is the chief minister candidate. ...


Govt fixes temporary state HQs, guvs

Amid dispute the government on Wednesday declared temporary headquarters of seven provinces and appointed provincial chiefs. The decision was not welcomed by the CPN-UML, who hinted that a new government under the left alliance would ring changes as per the constitutional mandate. A Cabinet meeting held at Baluwatar on Wednesday decided to make Biratnagar temporary headquarters of Province 1 wi...


EC should be vested with authority to announce election date: CEC Yadav

Chief Election Commissioner Dr Ayodhee Prasad Yadav has said that authority should be given to the Election Commission to announce the election date. Inaugurating the newly constructed building of Regional Election Office at Biratnagar today, CEC Yadav expressed the view that such action would make the EC powerful and it would help to hold the election in an easy and smooth manner. He said...


I’ve politically matured to lead party: Shekhar Koirala

Nepali Congress (NC) leader Shekhar Koirala has said that he has politically mature to take the party reins in the upcoming general convention. Speaking at a press meet in Biratnagar on Wednesday, Koirala said that he would vie for the party presidency and set off on a nationwide tour soon for the purpose. Arguing that the NC youth leaders should not stake their claims to the partys top post in...


EPL 2017: Pokhara Rhinos beat Chitwan Tigers, Biratnagar Warriors playing Lalitpur Patriots

Game 1: Pokhara Rhinos claim a 10 wicket victory over Chitwan Tigers. The Rhinos chased a target of 114 runs in 17.4 overs without losing a single wicket. The Rhinos exhibited a beautiful batting perfomance with the two openers Pakistani Isarullah and Sunil Dhamala scoring 61 and 46 respectively. Isarullah was declared man of the match. Playing for Chitwan Tigers was Sunam Gautam, a highly acclaim...


Development, prosperity are major priority: Leader Rijal

Newly elected parliamentarian, Dr Minendra Rijal, has said that development and prosperity are the bases for nation building. At a programme organised by the District Election Office, Morang, at Biratnagar today to hand over the certificate, leader Rijal said that he would carry out activities for the development and prosperity as the people of Morang constituency-2 who trusted and elected him...


Left Alliance shakes Congress stronghold in Morang

While Morang-6 was considered a strong hold of Nepali Congress, the Left Alliance are leading in all the six constituencies, primary vote counting of House of Representatives shows. In Constituency 1, Dig Bahadur Limbu of Nepali Congress has received 6,152 votes whereas UMLs Ghanshyam Khatiwada has received 6,575 votes. In Constituency 2, Rishikesh Pokhrel has received 4,510 votes while op...


Transit points sealed off for polls

Nepal-India transit points in Morang, Sunsari and Ilam district have been sealed off today morning as part of security arrangement for the December 7 elections. The decision to this effect was taken from a meeting between officials of both Nepal and India, and the closure imposed at 12 am will remain for the next 72 hours until the polls are completed, said Morangs Chief District Officer Ram Pr...


Bomb blast in Tulsipur, nine injured

Despite incidents of blast and attack on candidates leading up to the polls, the first phase of elections were held peacefully on Sunday, but two days later, anti-poll activities were reported on Tuesday, with explosions in various parts of the country, including the Valley. In Tulsipur of Dang, nine persons were injured when an improvised explosive device was detonated targeting Prime Minister...


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