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Ex-Gurkha soldier jailed for nearly hacking his wife to death with a Khukuri

A British Court has sentenced a former Gurkha soldier to 14 years in prison for attempted murder of his wife. Bikash Gurung inflicted such terrible injuries on his wife Kamana that both he and a policeman who attended the scene believed she was dead. Miraculously, 37-year-old nurse Kamana survived fractures to her skull, jaw and neck and a nearly-severed finger following life-saving work by ...


SC says 'no' to seperate ballot papers, elections to happen as scheduled
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SC says 'no' to seperate ballot papers, elections to happen as scheduled

The Supreme Court (SC) on Wednesday said there was no need to issue an interim order regarding printing of separate ballot papers for the federal and provincial polls. Had the writ been supported, the provinvial and federal elections would have to be postponed by a few days in light of the printing time. Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal leader Sarbendra Nath Shukla on October 8 had filed a writ at ...


SC's ruling on ballot papers the key to election deferment
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SC's ruling on ballot papers the key to election deferment

Hours after announcing that it would leave the government, the CPN (Maoist Centre) on Tuesday changed its mind, saying it had dropped the plan for now. Home Minister Janardan Sharma at a hastily called press conference in the afternoon said: Our party chairman has received information from the Election Commission (EC) about plans to postpone the polls so we are not pulling out of the government. ...


Shanghai Masters: Federer claims victory over Nadal

Roger Federer brushed aside world number one Rafael Nadal 6-4 6-3 to win the Shanghai Masters on Sunday and register his fourth victory of the year over his Spanish rival. The Swiss world number two beat Nadal in the finals of the Australian Open and Miami Masters and in the last 16 at Indian Wells earlier this year, and never looked like losing to his long-time rival in Shanghai, firing 10 ace...


1300 Nepali workers laid off in Qatar

Around 2500 foreign workers including 1300 Nepalis have been laid following the downfall of United Cleaning Company based in Qatar. Of those rendered jobless, 300 are Nepali women. Migrant workers from Nepal, Philippines, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and African countries were employed in the company. It is learnt that the company failed to provide salary to its staff for the past three months and ...


Dr. KC hunger strike reaches fifth day, govt indifferent
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Dr. KC hunger strike reaches fifth day, govt indifferent

Dr Govinda KC, who is on his 13th hunger strrike has been placed on oxygen support after his health showed signs of deterioration. Prof Dr KC, a senior orthopedic surgeon at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH), has been staging hunger strike at the TUTH premises in Maharajgunj, Kathmandu to put pressure on the government to end anomalies in health education and medical sector of the ...


Birtamode Kidnapping: Journalist Ghimire arrested

Journalist Pujan Ghimire, the mastermind behind the kidnapping of Jeevan Bista, has been arrested after five months. Ghimire was arrested after he failed to submit a bail of Rs 15 million at the Court on Sunday. He had made a plan to kidnap Bista to take over the land worth millions of rupees belonging to Bista located at Birtamod of Jhapa district. Ghimire has been remanded to District Ja...


Huge rally against independence from Spain in Catalonia

At least 350,000 people gathered in Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, for a rally against independence from Spain. They waved Spanish and Catalan flags and carried banners saying Together we are stronger and Catalonia is Spain. It was the largest such rally in Catalonia amid the furore over last weeks disputed independence referendum. Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy has warned he would not rule o...


SC orders NOC Chief Khadka's reinstation
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SC orders NOC Chief Khadka's reinstation

In a major turn of events, the Supreme Court on Sunday reinstated Gopal Bahadur Khadka, who has been charged of embezzling over Rs800 million in land purchase deals, to the post of managing director of Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC). A single bench of Justice Purushottam Bhandari issued a show cause against the governments decision to remove Khadka from his position. The apex judicial organ has a...


Bibek Guragain to serve a 10 months sentence for illegal video filming, apologises to victims

Bibek Guragain, who was arrested in June for secretly filming illicit videos of Woolworths employees and customers in Surry Hills Woolworths has been sentenced to ten months (six months non parole) jail sentence on Thursday. He has publicly apologised for his actions and says he is still trying to figure out why he did it. The Court heard he had 250 images saved on his phone camera when he was...


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