Stories By 'Anup Ojha'
Young people oftentimes indulge in such dangerous stunts to take selfies to post on social media. But sometimes, these risky adventures can be fatal.
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After numerous failed attempts to drive loitering animals away from the streets, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City has come up with a plan to keep a record of domestic animals in the metropolis by fitting chips on their bodies.
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Those who live along the Kalanki-Nagdhunga section and those who take this nine-kilometre road every day say they have been driven to despair.
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Even after burning thousands of bodies, it hasn’t gotten any easier for 49-year-old Chandra Dhakal.
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In a bid to lessen the traffic hassles faced by the public in the metropolis, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City is planning to register ‘Transportation Bill 2075’ in the upcoming municipal assembly, which is going to be held on April 7.
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After numerous failed attempts to drive loitering animals away from the streets, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City has come up with a plan to keep a record of domestic animals in the metropolis by fitting chips on their bodies.
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