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PM leaves for China today

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli embarks on a six-day official visit to China on Tuesday.

ANIL GIRI, BINOD GHIMIREJun 19 2018

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Govt to keep NA teams on standby for disaster response

The government has decided to keep search and rescue teams of Nepal Army (NA) with helicopters on a standby at three places to minimise casualties in monsoon-related disasters this year.

Post Report, Jun 19 2018

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35 Peace Corps volunteers sworn in

Thirty five Peace Corps volunteers were sworn in at a function in the Capital on Monday. The volunteers, who came with a wide variety of experiences and expertise, were sworn in by Chargé d’ Affaires Peter Malnak and the Peace Corps Nepal Country Director Sherry Russell.

Post Report, Jun 19 2018

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Nepal hopes to boost China ties

Nepal will hope to cement its bilateral relations and work on furthering socio-economic ties with China as Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli embarks on a state visit on Tuesday.

SANJEEV GIRI, Jun 19 2018

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Ministry retracts decision on NGOs

Home Ministry has backtracked on its decision to strictly scrutinise Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) while renewing their registration

Post Report, Jun 19 2018

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Private sector in Nepal for joint venture with Chinese investors

The private sector has stressed that Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's official visit to China should be made fruitful as it offered an important opportunities to Nepal to boost its trade and bilateral cooperation with its northern neighbour.

Jun 18 2018

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33kg gold smuggling case: Probe team’s tenure extended

The government has given a one-month extension to the probe team formed to investigate the 33 kg gold smuggling case.

Post Report, Jun 18 2018

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Private schools hit by educational strike

Most of the private and boarding schools in the Kathmandu Valley and other parts of the country remained closed on Sunday due to the educational strike called by All Nepal National Independent Students Union (ANNISU-Revolutionary) close to Nepal Communist Party led by Netra Bikram Chand ' Biplav'.

Jun 17 2018

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Incest charge drives couple to suicide

A newly-wed couple, who were charged of incestuous marriage, committed suicide in police custody in Pyuthan district on Friday night.

Post Report, Jun 17 2018

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Alleged rapist of 10-yr-old girl held

Police arrested a man from Rajbiraj Municipality-3 in Saptari district on charge of raping a 10-year-old girl.

Post Report, Jun 17 2018

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Police arrest relatives for killing man

Police have arrested two persons for their alleged involvement in the killing of a man. The body of Dipendra Mandal of Trikaul in Saptari district was found in suspicious circumstances on June 12.

Post Report, Jun 17 2018

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Police start community security drive

Nepal Police on Saturday launched a campaign called ‘Tole-Tole Ma Prahari’ (Police Patrols in local areas) with the objective of involving citizens to create safe and secure societies.

Post Report, Jun 17 2018

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Meteorological forecasting body warns of dust storm

The Meteorological Forecasting Division has said various parts of the country were getting rain mixed with dust particles spread from Rajasthan desert of India and the vicinity.

Jun 16 2018

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33 tons of garbage collected from Kathmandu Valley

The weekly Bagmati River Clean Up Mega Campaign and other cleanliness campaign launched at the local levels in the Kathmandu Valley continued this Saturday too

Jun 16 2018

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Woman’s body found in septic tank

A 25-year-old pregnant woman was found dead in a septic tank in Rajbiraj, the district headquarters of Saptari, on Thursday night. Police said the body of Bechendevi Sah was found inside the septic tank behind her house.

Post Report, Jun 16 2018

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