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Cold claims 13 lives in Tarai

A cold wave has been blamed for at least 13 lives in several districts, mainly in the plains, as a drop in temperatures since last week continues to hit people across the country. A cold spell has killed the highest number of peopleninein Saptari district, three in Rautahat and one in Dhading districts so far. Three peopleLakhan Thakur (60) of Agnisaair Krishnasavarn Rural Municipality, and ...


Election Results 2074: An update on winners, leaders and proportional representation vote count
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Election Results 2074: An update on winners, leaders and proportional representation vote count

Election Results 2074: An overview of Wins/Leads/ Proportional Representation (Name List) Vote counting for directly elected representatives to the House of Representatives is almost over just 5 constituencies left. Here are the names of the 160 directly elected representatives where counting has been over. Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist Leninist): CPN UML Province 1: 1. ...


Nepal Elections 2017: Which districts to vote on December 7

The second phase parliamentary and provincial elections for December 7 is almost here and Election Commission is confident that it shall hold the elections peacefully. So which districts exactly are voting? Province no. 1 Ilam, Terhathum, Dhankuta, Udayapur, Jhapa, Morang, and Sunsari Province no. 2 Saptari, Siraha, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Bara, Parsa, and Rautahat. Province no. ...


Rautahat on elevated vigilant

Nepal Police and Armed Police Force personnel stationed at Gaur customs have heightened the surveillance of vehicles as well as individuals crossing the border. A tight security arrangement has been put in place along the Nepal-India border area in Rautahat district ahead of the Thursdays elections. Around 4,000 vehicles and nearly 6,000 people enter and exit the Gaur border daily. Sup...


EC command law enforcement to enhance security

A temporary cop in Tulsipur of Dang on Wednesday became the first casualty of poll-related violence. Binod Chaudhary, 23, was injured in an improvised explosive device blast targeted at an election rally that was to be addressed by Prime Minister and Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba in Tulsipur on Tuesday. During rising incidents of blast targeting election candidates in differ...


Police fire 50 rounds of bullet following clash with locals in Rautahat
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Police fire 50 rounds of bullet following clash with locals in Rautahat

Police have fired at least 50 rounds of bullet to take the situation under control in Rautahat on Thursday evening. The incident took place at the Dalit community in Garuda Municipality-5 when police were trying to stop the screening of a video of brutality filmed during Madhesh revolution in a projector to the locals. Defying the police interference, the locals pelted stones on the police....


Ministry of Home Affairs orders arrest of Chand

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has instructed the police administration to arrest top leaders of the Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) as part of its intensified move to curb anti-election activities. The instruction comes in line with MoHAs conclusion that the Chand-led CPN is a major security threat to the federal parliament and provincial assembly elections to be hel...


Three die of suffocation in a septic tank in Rautahat

Three people died of suffocation after falling into a septic tank of a newly built house at Jingada Belbichhawa of Pahora Municipality-1, Rautahat on Wednesday. Two workers Nagesar Majhi, 35, of Dewaha Gonahi-1, and Bijaya Baitha, 35, of Jingada Belbichhwa, and Ajaya Baitha, 26, son of the house owner. It has been learnt that Majhi firstly entered into the tank to open the concrete block at ...


Patients bearing the consequences of Doctors' strike
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Patients bearing the consequences of Doctors' strike

Hundreds of thousands of patients across the country were deprived of health services for the fourth consecutive day on Monday due to an ongoing strike by doctors who are protesting against a government plan to introduce a new law that aims to rein in negligent medical practitioners. According to a rough estimate, around 400,000 patients visit the outpatient departments of hospitals and clinics ev...


Dhurmus Suntali Foundation to build 45 houses in flood affected Santapur of Rautahat District

Dhurmus Suntali Foundation has embarked upon a new project, this time building an Integrated Settlement for flood victims of Santapur, Rautahat. On the occassion of Sitaram Kattels (Dhurmus) birthday, Dhurmus along with wife Kunjana Ghimire (Suntali) and a local 107 year old Ramkaliya Devi Hazara laid the foundation stone. The integrated Settlement will consist of 45 earthquake and flood resis...


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