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  • Man falls into river while taking selfie

    Gulariya (Bardiya), April 6: A man had disappeared after falling into the Karnali river while taking a selfie at Rajapur in Bardiya on Wednesday, police said. Local resident Rupesh Shrestha, 16, was taking a selfie from the bridge of the river when the incident occurred, police said. Assistant Sub Inspector Bal Bahadur Thapa said a police team reached the incident site right after being informed and a search had been launched. RSS

    Teacher held for sexual abuse

    Mahottari, April 5: Police has arrested a teacher on the charge of sexually abusing a girl student in the name of giving her tuition classes at Gaushala Municipality bazar in Mahottari district. The teacher arrested in this connection is 38-year-old Ram Dular Sah Sonar of Gaushala Municipality-3. He is the English subject teacher at the local Shree Janata Secondary School, Inspector Shambhu Pokharel at the Area Police Office, Gaushala, said. A student informed the police Tuesday after he saw...

    Children sheltered in prison receive educational materials

    Khotang, April 3: The children sheltered at the District Prison, Khotang were provided educational materials on Sunday. Four children received the educational materials provided by various cooperative organizations on the occasion of the 60th National Cooperative Day. Two – year – old Resham Rai, four – year – old Sangam Rai from Halesi Tuwachung Municipality – 11, five – year – old Mausam Rai from Barahapokhari Village Council –6 and one – and – a – half – year...

    Renal failure patient Krishna not sure whether he would be able to see SEE results

    Phalebas (Parbat) March 28: Renal failure patient Krishna Bahadur Lamichhane of Tilahar-7, Ratmata who had just completed the Secondary Education Exams (SEE) is not certain whether he would survive until the result was out. The 19-year-old, who was found busy packing his luggage before leaving for his home from the district-headquarters Kusma following the completion of SEE, shared that his dream for this moment is to regain his health and go to a college for higher education. He appeared...

    FSU election underway in RR Campus

    Kathmandu, March 28: The Free Students Union (FSU) election at Ratna Rajya (RR) Campus is underway as it was postponed for two times due to the disputes seen among the student organizations. According to campus Chief Dr Nirmala Kumari Suwal, the election was held as per the order of the Supreme Court. According to the latest update, around 1,000 votes have been cast and the voting is underway peacefully. The student wing All Nepal National Free Student Union (ANNFSU)...

    Student found dead after SEE exam

    Lahan, March 28: The body of a boy who just took part in the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) was found hanging at a garden near a Nursing Home at Lahan-3 on Monday. The student has been identified as 16 – year – old Shrawan Kumar Sah, son of Dev Narayan Sah, of Malhan – 1 in Saptari district. His body was found in the area near a room which he had rented for the examinations. His body also has...

    Teachers left scratching their heads after exam paper leak

    Dang, March 28: The question papers of almost all the subjects under the district-level Grade VIII examinations have been leaked in the market before the exams. According to a teacher, the day before the exams kicked off on March 22 students were found to be wandering the streets and clinging on to their mobile phones in search of question papers. The question papers of the health and physical education to be held today was out in the market on...

    Nine student organisations demand postponement of FSU election at RR Campus

    Kathmandu, March 26: Nine different student organisations have demanded postponement of the Free Students Union (FSU) election at Ratna Rajya Laxmi Campus scheduled on coming Tuesday. Issuing a press release, the nine student organisation of the ruling parties have asked the campus administration to set a new date for the FSU election by postponing ongoing process, as the students of MA second year are sitting for their examinations and no environment conducive was created to participate in the elections...

    13 years old boy rescued from brick kiln

    March 22, 2017: A 13 year old boy of Rolpa who was working at a brick kiln based in Bhaktapur has been rescued by the District Child Welfare Board, Bhaktapur and handed to the family. Kamal Ranamagar of Rankot, a child worker at the STC Brick Industry in Tathali of Nagarkot Municipality-2, was rescued with the help of the industry proprietor who informed the Board about the child. Ranamagar had moved to Bhaktapur with the husband of his father’s...

    State Minister BK monitors Secondary examination

    March 19, 2017: A team comprising Minister of State for Education, Dhanmaya BK, has today monitored Secondary Education Exam (SEE) in Bhaktapur located schools. The SEE is taking places from March 16 across the nation. State Minister BK visited Everest Secondary School, Megha Secondary School, Shanti Niketan Secondary School and Chanakya Secondaty School while Education Secretary Shanta Bahadur Shrestha monitored Adarsha Secondary School. Similarly, Director General of the Department of Education, Baburam Poudel, also monitored Sri Krishna Secondary School...

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