ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Saturday, May 18
May 18, 2019-
Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (May 18, 2019).
As open spaces shrink, Kathmandu’s youths flock to futsal courts to play the beautiful game
In Kathmandu, futsal is more than just a game—it is a culture, a form of entertainment, an easy, viable weekend hangout, and, more importantly, something that feeds the nostalgia of playing football in a wide, open space. Timothy Aryal reports.
Nepali embassy institutes online provisions for no-objection certificate, but public laments it as too little, too late
Officials in Kathmandu and New Delhi said they have introduced online services, in addition to in-person applications, to obtain the no-objection certificate from the Nepali Embassy in New Delhi, but many believe that this decision is too little, too late. More from Anil Giri here.
Province 5 sees high number of women dying unnatural deaths
An unusually high number of women are dying unnatural deaths in province 5. According to data from the police office in Dang, 41 women were murdered in the province’s various districts in the past 10 months. Click here for Amrita Anmol’s story.
Published: 18-05-2019 19:55