Valley

City authority says it will auction off goods confiscated from street vendors

Kathmandu Metropolitan City has seized goods worth Rs 1.5 million in four months

ANUP OJHA, Jun 18 2019

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Lawmakers demand Public Service Commission abide by the principle of inclusion and revoke vacancy notice

The commission has defended its call as being based on solid legal ground but lawmakers argue that it contradicts the spirit of the constitution

BINOD GHIMIRE, Jun 18 2019

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Procurement monitoring office blacklist 47 firms in 11 months of current fiscal year

Such moves will bar under-performing contractors from participating in additional government contracts, officials say

PRITHVI MAN SHRESTHA, Jun 18 2019

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Hyatt Regency shuts down operations in the wake of a tussle between workers and management

Hotel management says it is working with all parties to resolve the dispute as early as possible

SANGAM PRASAIN, Jun 18 2019

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Kobold’s deadline to bring fire trucks has expired but Nepal Tourism Board says it has yet to decide on a legal response

There was no official agreement to receive fire trucks because official policy prohibits accepting second-hand vehicle as donations, says Disaster Management Department

Tsering D Gurung, Jun 17 2019

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Pranesh Gautam released on general date

Chief of the Metropolitan Police Range, Kathmandu, Senior Superintendent of Police Uttam Raj Subedi confirmed the release of Gautam.

NAYAK PAUDEL, Jun 17 2019

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Police arrest 82 pickpockets in a month in the Capital

According to the Metropolitan Police Range, Kathmandu, the pickpockets used to steal valuables in an organised manner.

NAYAK PAUDEL, Jun 17 2019

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Lack of integrated approach mars development works

There has been no coordination among various government agencies when it comes to development works being carried out in the Valley

ARJUN POUDEL, Jun 16 2019

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Without personal means and support from government, mother of acid attack survivor struggles to pay rising medical costs

Kamala Khadka is told she can expect financial support only after a final verdict on her daughter’s case

NAYAK PAUDEL, Jun 16 2019

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Police arrest mastermind of human trafficking racket

The 40-year-old was involved in smuggling Nepalis into Libya, promising them lucrative jobs in European countries

NAYAK PAUDEL, Jun 15 2019

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Slim chance of Supreme Court reviewing its 2015 ruling on transitional justice, a top court official says

The landmark verdict struck down a dozen provisions, directing government to provide no amnesty for perpetrators of serious human rights violations

Binod Ghimire, Jun 15 2019

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ICYMI: Here are our top stories from Saturday, June 15

Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (June 15, 2019).

Post Report, Jun 15 2019

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Another Pappu Construction bridge found to be substandard

A parliamentary committee discovered that the bridge over Bagmati River in Tinkune had used faulty piles

PRITHVI MAN SHRESTHA, Jun 15 2019

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Kathmandu Metropolitan announces to “beautify” city with flowers using aeroponic technology

The technology, the first of its kind, is going to be implemented in the traffic island in front of New Road gate and in an island in front of the City Hall

Anup Ojha, Jun 15 2019

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Everything you need to know about the Guthi Bill

The bill, which proposes controlling all public and private trusts, has outraged the Valley’s indigenous community

ARPAN SHRESTHA, Jun 14 2019

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