Government tightens noose on public transport committees

The government has started maintaining a record of assets, movable and immovable, owned by public transport committees as the property would go automatically to the state coffers when the entities cease to exist from the new fiscal year.

Post Report, May 20 2018

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Rautahat court jails serial killer for 52 years

Rautahat District Court convicted a ‘serial killer’ of all charges and sentenced him to 52 years in prison, slapped Rs 200,000 fine and ordered confiscation of his properties.

SHIVA PURI, May 20 2018

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NBA divided over Chief Justice controversy

Three Nepal Bar Association (NBA) members, including its Vice President Usha Malla Pathak, have taken a serious exception to the statement issued by the Bar’s General Secretary Khamma Bahadur Khati, condemning Supreme Court Justice Cholendra Shamsher JB Rana’s decision to boycott the full bench headed by Chief Justice Gopal Prasad Parajuli.

Mar 14 2018

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Labour Ministry announces vacancies for counsellors, attachés in 4 Gulf countries

The government has announced vacancies for labour counsellors and labor attachés in its missions in four Gulf countries.

Post Report, Feb 11 2018

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Federal and Provincial Elections: EC’s plan to publish poll schedule put off

The Election Commission (EC)’s plan to publish the full schedule for the first phase of federal and provincial elections on Saturday was put on hold following reservations from political parties.

Post Report, Sep 10 2017

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Red panda conservation included in school texts

In an attempt to conserve red panda—the shy and charismatic endangered mammal species, among other birds and animals—conservation education has been included in school curriculum in Panchthar, Ilam and Taplejung districts from this academic session.

SHAHIMAN RAI, Aug 01 2017

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Japan blasts: One dead in Utsunomiya rock park area

Multiple blasts in a park area of the Japanese city of Utsunomiya have killed at least one person and injured at least two, emergency services say.

BBC, Oct 23 2016

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‘Students don’t have to leave the country for foreign degrees’

The second iteration of Higher Secondary Education Fair 2016 is being held at Hotel Annapurna in the Capital.

Post Report, Aug 12 2016

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Second Nepal Higher Edu Fair kicks off today

Focusing on this niche student demographic, the, with the support of Islington College, is staging Nepal Higher Education Fair, the first-of-its-kind expo for students wishing to go to schools and colleges in the country that offer education of interational standard.

Post Report, Aug 12 2016

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Nepali woman elected in UN CEDAW committee

Bandana Rana is the first Nepali to get elected in the UN CEDAW Committee. Rana got elected as UN CEDAW member with 106 votes.

Post Report, Jun 22 2016

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Hubby murders wife in cold blood

In what seems an act of murder in cold blood, Him Bahadur Nepali of Kailali’s Bhajani Trishakti Municipality has been nabbed by police on charge of killing his spouse.

MOHAN BUDHAIR, Jan 07 2016

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Loss of Rs 21 billion incurred to national economy since Tarai agitation

The country has already suffered economic loss worth more than Rs 21 billion since the Birgunj customs point remained disrupted following the agitation waged by disgruntled Madhesh-centric political parties more than four months.

Dec 25 2015

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