Stories By 'ARPAN SHRESTHA'
A month-long investigation by the Post shows that Traveller Assist does not represent any of the insurance firms it claims to, and has been using the fraudulent rescues probe by the government to market itself as the only operator for all helicopter rescues and insurance claims in the country.
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Institutions other than Tribhuvan and Kathmandu universities could pave the way to grant affiliations for colleges outside the Valley
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When Ncell was sold for the 12th time in 2016, some of the country’s leading members of parliament, and members of the government and the judiciary were mired in Nepal’s biggest tax evasion scandal.
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Cases of seasonal influenza are higher than expected this winter but there is nothing life-threatening, say health authorities, brushing off rumours about swine flu. The experts regularly process specimens from across the country and update the influenza laboratory surveillance information at the Global Influenza Surveillance System.
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A rift has appeared in the Bibeksheel Sajha Party—formed after the merger of Bibeksheel and Sajha parties, with coordinator Ujwal Thapa reporting that the party was headed in a wrong direction.
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Air quality in Kathmandu Valley deteriorated to ‘hazardous’ and ‘very unhealthy’ levels last week but there has been little or no government action despite a Supreme Court order in January directing authorities to immediately curb air pollution.
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