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Curfew in Manma, Kalikot following protests of myadi's death

The local administration clamped curfew in Manma, the district headquarters of Kalikot, on Saturday, as the protest against Fridays killing of a myadi Prahari (temporary police) personnel turned violent. An indefinite curfew was enforced effective from 4:30pm to maintain peace and order, said Chief District Officer Badrinath Gaire. The myadis hired for election security in the district are e...

Temporary policeman dies due to fall

A temporary (myadi) policeman died after he tripped over on Wednesday evening. The deceased is 19-year-old Rabindra Singh Thagunna of Sundamunda, Naugad rural municipality-2, police said. Thagunna was a part of a police patrol team from the Dallekh police station at Naugad. He fell at a place called Lampani as the patrol team was heading towards Pankhaya, Chief of the Darchula District Polic...

Assailants open fire in Siraha, two policemen injured
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Assailants open fire in Siraha, two policemen injured

Two strangers on a bike opened fire in Nirdhana Ghat, Kalyanpur Municpality 5 of Siraha District. Two people, one policeman from Mirchaya, Mayaram Yadav, and another temporary police (myadi) Adarsha Kunwar were severely injured in the shootout. Policeman Mayaram Yadav was on duty leading six temporary police when the incident happened. Adarsha Kumar was shot in the stomach. They were immediatel...

Govt to hire 98,000 temporary police for upcoming elections

The government has decided to hire 98,168 myadi (temporary) police personnel for the upcoming parliamentary and provincial elections slated for November 26 and December 7. The application process will begin from today itself and will end at 5pm on October 16, according to a notice issued by the Human Resource Development Department of Nepal Police. According to the notice, those interested t...

Prachanda wanted to become PM and we backed him
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Prachanda wanted to become PM and we backed him

Eighteen years have passed since the last local elections. So Prime Minister KP Oli wants to hold local-level elections in the next six months. But Nepali Congress, UCPN (Maoist) and other Madheshi parties dont seem all that keen. Nepali Congress lawmaker Ramesh Lekhak has registered a proposal in the parliament arguing that elections cannot be held on the basis of existing constituencies. Why ...

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