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Human Organ Transplant Centre begins angiography, angioplasty

The Human Organ Transplant Centre, Bhaktapur has started angiography and angioplasty services. Angiography is a medical imaging technique used to visualize the inside of blood vessels and organs of the body, while angioplasty is a surgical repair or unblocking of a blood vessel, especially a coronary artery. Today, an 11-member team of doctors led by senior cardiologist Dr Yadav Dev Bhatta p...


SC sentences Manange to five years in prison

The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday upheld the Patan Appellate Courts decision to imprison Rajib Gurung aka Deepak Manange in attempted murder conviction. Manange, who was recently elected as an independent candidate to a provincial assembly seat from Manang district, has had several run-ins with the law on numerous criminal charges in the past. The Tuesdays SC ruling is related to a gang war...


SC releases Dr KC, orders probe on CJ’s citizenship

Considering his statement that he is into healthy criticism of the court and also the condition of his health, the Supreme Court on Wednesday released Dr Govinda KC. A division bench of justices Purushottam Bhandari and Bam Kumar Shrestha handed down the order to release Dr KC on tarekh. He was arrested two days ago on a charge of contempt of court for his allegations against Chief Justice Go...


UML-Maoist Center taskforce to work from Thursday

The task force formed by the CPN (UML) and the CPN (Maoist Center) in connection with the National Assembly election, the constitution of the Province Assembly and the provincial governments is to start its works from Thursday. A meeting of the task force that was held at UML chairman KP Sharma Olis residence at Balkot in the presence of Oli and Maoist Center chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal Wednes...


Manang's mercury drops to minus 16

Manang districts temperature has dropped to as low as minus 16 degree Celsius so far, said the Metrological Forecasting Division. With the mercury plummeting, life in the district has been affected largely. Movements of the people have been restricted, while government offices see a small flow of service seekers. Those who can afford to migrate temporarily to relatively warmer places are leavi...


Pedestrian knocked down to death at Bafal, kathmandu

A pedestrian was killed after being knocked by a passenger bus at Bafal in kathmandu on Sunday night. Binod Gole, 22, of Makawanpur district was crossing the road when the bus (Ba 2 Kha 1781) heading to Kalanki from Swayambhu hit him, said Senior Superintendent of Police Umesh Ranjitkar. The police have taken under control the bus, and a search has been launched for the fleeing driver, he ...


VP Pun urges govt. to help cold wave affected people

Vice-President Nanda Bahadur Pun has urged the government to help the people affected by the cold wave in Tarai. Saying people of Tarai area are facing problems due to the cold wave, Vice-President Pun asked the government to help the victims by sending health workers immediately. At a programme organised by kathmandu Metropolitan City here today, he said that providing quality service to the ...


Poudel faction presses for change in NC leadership

Intra-party rift in the Nepali Congress has widened with the faction led by Ram Chandra Poudel starting to press the party leadership for broad reforms. Leaders close to Poudel organised a separate meeting on Friday where they discussed the issue of leadership change and reforms in the backdrop of the NCs poll debacle. Poudel supporters said they will meet again on Monday to devise their str...


3 Nepali women dead in a week in NSW

Three Nepali women, in unrelated events have died in NSW within a week. Devi Kumari Adhikari, who had just landed in Sydney Airport suffered a stroke at the airport itself. She had reached Sydney to attend her sons graduation and visit relatives. She was 61 years old. Tripti Pandey, a Nepali nurse, and mother of two was also found dead. She was residing in Newcastle, approximately 163 kms from...


Demand for rolling back fuel price hike
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Demand for rolling back fuel price hike

Student and youth wings close to the Left Alliance, of CPN (UML) and the CPN (Maoist Centre), has demanded immediate withdrawal of fuel price hike. They submitted a memorandum of their demand to Sushil Bhattarai, the officiating general manager of Nepal Oil Corporation in the Capital on Thursday. The agitating students and youths have been staging protests in kathmandu, saying that the fuel ...


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