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  • 202 students in Ilam barred from taking SEE

    March 16, 2017: Two hundred and two students in Ilam district have not been able to appear in the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) that started throughout the country today. These students have been barred from taking the exam as they have not paid the revenue to school or are school drop-outs or have not met the mandatory 75 percent attendance, the District Education Office (DEO), Ilam stated. As per the DEO, Ilam, four thousand 564 students are sitting in...

    Youth held with 3.7 kg opium

    March 13, 2017: A squad from Far-Western Regional Bureau of Nepal Police has arrested a youth along with 3.7 kg opium from Muda market place of Kailali on Sunday. The police squad headed by Sub-Inspector Lokraj Bhatta held Birkha Karki, 37, of Rugin-4, Bajura from acting on a special tip off, according to Bureau. Police have handed over Karki with contraband substances to the Area Police Office, Sukkhad for necessary legal action. RSS

    Teenage girl found hanging

    March 8, 2017: A teenage girl has died under mysterious circumstances this morning at Pipara VDC of Mahottari district. The deceased has been identified as 17 – year – old Kajal Kumari Mahaseth, daughter of Rajendra Mahaseth, of Pipara – 5, District Police Office Mahottari said. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Deepak Pokharel, said the teenage girl had gone to sleep after dinner last night but was found hanging from the ceiling in a room adjacent to her bedroom...

    FSU election results from campuses across the country

    March 3, 2017: A joint panel has emerged victorious in the Free Student Union (FSU) elections held in two campuses in Bhaktapur. The joint panel of Nepal Student Union (NSU) close to Nepali Congress and Nepal Revolutionary Students’ Union aligned to Nepal Workers and Peasants Party (NWPP) won in Bhaktapur Multiple Campus with Dinesh Khadgi elected as the FSU President, Bibek Lamichane in Secretary and Milan Ganeju in Treasurer. In Sano Thimi Campus, a joint panel of All Nepal...

    Youths take to parliamentary debate on Climate change

    March 2: Youths took part in a model parliamentary debate on amendment to the Climate Change Policy 2011 held at the Mithila Institute of Technology of Janakpurdham. The participating students presented their arguments in favour and against the amendment, following the parliamentary procedures of a debate on any issue of national importance. The event began with a zero hour, followed by a debate in support and against the proposal while the final session saw a vote on a resolution....

    Nepali woman, young child found dead in Australia

    A Nepali woman and a child were found dead at a home in Ashkanasy Avenue, Pascoe Vale, Melbourne. The identities of the woman, aged around 35, and the child, 3, believed to be the daughter of the woman, have not been officially confirmed. Police was called to the scene after neighbours heard a man, reported to be the dead woman’s husband, screaming and running outside after finding the dead bodies at around 5pm Sunday, media reports said. The exact...

    ‘Watership Down’ Author Richard Adams Dead At 96

    LONDON, Dec 27 (Reuters) – British novelist Richard Adams, the author of “Watership Down,” which sold millions of copies and captivated a generation of children, has died aged 96, his family said. The tale of brave rabbits searching for safety when their warren is threatened was at first rejected by major publishers. But the adventures of Hazel and Fiver went on to become a best-seller and the book is now considered a classic. It was also made into a...

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