Stories By 'Anup Ojha'
Cremating bodies at Aryaghat certainly is not an easy job, and those involved in carrying out funerals have their plight doubled because the concerned authority has failed to pay heed to their concerns.
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The latest ‘wheel clamp’ drive introduced by the traffic police has issued 213 tickets to motorists who had haphazardly parked their vehicles on various road sections in the Kathmandu Valley.
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The floor of the National Braille Library for the Blind is filled with books. Big, thick volumes of books in Braille are littered all over while steel racks are carelessly stacked with more.
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Lalitpur Metropolitan City (LMC) has finally started constructing a three-and-a-half storey building in Damkal, Pulchowk, for its 22 municipal police officers, after two decades of the force’s establishment.
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Around four dozen members of the Nepal Student Union, the student wing of Nepali Congress, played football on the ground of Rani Pokhari on Tuesday as a symbolic protest against the delay in the reconstruction of the historic site that was badly damaged in the 2015 earthquake.
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Rani Pokhari, one of Kathmandu’s major cultural heritage sites, on Tuesday became playground for members of Nepal Students Union (NSU), Nepali Congress’ student wing.
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