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Thamel to be a 'walk only zone', no cars/bikes to be allowed from Sunday
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Thamel to be a 'walk only zone', no cars/bikes to be allowed from Sunday

Come Sunday, Thamel will become a vehicle-free area in a move that has been hailed by many who have long been calling for making the major tourist hub of the Capital a walk-only zone. The recent initiative is part of a long-term vision of declaring the area completely vehicle-free and promoting the popular tourist destination as pedestrian-only zone. The step is being taken to make tourists...


Dr. KC breaks 13th fast after two weeks
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Dr. KC breaks 13th fast after two weeks

Dr Govinda KC broke his 13th fast-unto-death Wednesday after 14 days following the governments promise to enact a law incorporating the provisions of the Health Profession Education (HPE) Bill through an ordinance. After an hours-long meeting on Wednesday, the government said it would introduce an ordinance by a Cabinet meeting on October 23 to enact a law to address the doctors concerns. Af...


MoE agrees to amend HPE Bill in line with Dr KC’s demand
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MoE agrees to amend HPE Bill in line with Dr KC’s demand

The Ministry of Education (MoE) has agreed to amend the Health Profession Education (HPE) Bill as per the demand of Dr Govinda KC, who has been staging his 13th fast-unto-death for the last seven days demanding that there should be 10-year moratorium on establishing new medical colleges in Kathmandu Valley. Though the original HPE Bill had the provision of banning new medical colleges in the Va...


Dr. KC begins 13th hunger strike

Dr Govinda KC began his 13th fast-unto-death on Thursday demanding that the Health Profession Education (HPE) Bill be endorsed immediately keeping the recommendations made by a team of experts intact. The orthopaedic surgeons 13th hunger strike in the last five years comes days after he postponed his 12th fast-unto-death which he launched on September 25 amid talks that parliamentarians were pl...


Provincial capitals and governors to be decided soon
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Provincial capitals and governors to be decided soon

Two years after since the constitution has come into effect, the government is all set to announce temporary provincial capitals under the new federal setup. The high-powered Federal Administration Restructuring Committee formed by the government has recommended 15 cities out of which the seven provincial capitals will be chosen. Janakpur, Pokhara and Surket have been recommended as possible p...


Almost half of Kathmandu residents leave for their hometowns

From a rough estimate of almost a million residents in Kathmandu Valley, almost half of the population have left for their respective hometowns. According to the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division spokesperson Umesh Ranjit, this data includes the number of passengers leaving the Kathmandu Valley since September 5. The number of people entering the Valley is said to be minimal. As the Dashain...


Dr KC postpones hunger strike following parliament deferral

Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) senior orthopaedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC on Wednesday postponed his 12th hunger strike following the postponement of Parliament affairs. Issuing a press statement today, the agitating TUTH senior orthopaedic surgeon informed about the postponement of his protest which he began on September 25 warning against passing the Health Profession Education (...


Goat sales in valley to see a surge during Dashain
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Goat sales in valley to see a surge during Dashain

Sales of goats in the Kathmandu Valley are likely to increase by 8 to 10 percent this Dashain, the biggest festival of Hindus in the country. The Valley saw sales of around 50,000 goats during the last festive season, which lasts for 15 days. This year, demand for goats in the Valley is likely to hover around 54,000 to 55,000 units, according to the Livestock Traders Association. During the fes...


Authorities seize 28 dead goats inside a bus trunk headed for Kathmandu

Authorities seized 28 dead goats hidden in a luggage compartment of a passenger bus at Nagdhunga in the Capital on Thursday. The bus (Na 5 Kha 1683) had left from Janakpur with 41 goats stuffed inside the luggage compartment; 28 animals were found dead, though it was not immediately clear if they had died of suffocation, or were already dead before they were crammed in the bus along with the l...


Police Authorities tightening security for the festive season
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Police Authorities tightening security for the festive season

Head offices of Police authorities in Kathmandu are busy drafting plans to make the holiday season as safe as other times. In different press releases, both the Metropolitan Police Department and the Metropolitan Traffic Police Department, have come up with ways to tighten security to ensure safety and public well being. The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division is to make the checks against dr...


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