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  • PM Prachanda will remain in post until budget: leader Pun

    Tilottama (Rupandehi), April 7: Former Finance Minister and CPN (Maoist Center) leader Barshaman Pun has said the incumbent government will bring the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Speaking at a press meet organised by Press Center province no. 5 chapter in Butwal today, he said Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ would leave the government only after the budget announcement despite an agreement on forming a new government under the Nepali Congress leadership following the local-level election. The...

    Quake-stricken hit with shortage of wood

    Melamchi, April 7: Two years after the massive earthquake rattled Nepal, the quake-stricken here are still yearning for reconstruction drive to hit full swing in the backdrop of shortage of timber. The government has already distributed Rs 50,000 as part of the first dispatch of the reconstruction grant across the district despite which the locals are unable to reconstruct their homes. The government has promised to provide timber in concessional price, but the reconstruction is yet to take momentum....

    Way cleared for this season’s expeditions to Mt Everest

    Salleri (Solukhumbu), April 7: The way for mountaineering expeditions to the world’s highest peak, Mt Everest, has been opened for this season following the completion of the repair and maintenance of trails damaged in snowfall. The Ice Fall doctors took two weeks to repair and maintain the trail leading up to the highest peak in the world. As many as eight Ice Fall doctors were deployed to build the trail from the Everest Base Camp to Camp 2 beginning...

    Campaign to bring dropouts back to school in offing

    Ratnanagar (Chitwan), April 7: The District Education Office (DEO), Chitwan is to launch a campaign aims to bring school dropouts back to schools. According to District Education Officer Gobinda Aryal, the programme aimed at searching for those children who quit schools in the mid and making them return to schools. This drive is to be implemented through 33 community learning centers. The campaign will get started with the beginning of a new academic session. It will run for three...

    Eastern region election security seminar begins

    Biratnagar, April 7: An eastern region security seminar has commenced here from today. The seminar is aimed at developing an integrated common understanding and providing necessary directives for the success of the local level election. The Chief District Officers of all the 16 districts of the eastern region, police officers from both Nepal Police and the Armed Police Force, the district chiefs of the National Investigation Department are attending the seminar hosted by the Ministry of Home Affairs. Discussions...

    Free health checkup for children

    Lamjung, April 7: A medical team from the District Public Health Office (DPHO), Lamjung visited a children’s home based in Besisahar of Lamjung today to conduct health checkup of children residing at home. Children of Adarsha Child Home were benefitted from the DPHO free medical health checkup organised on the occasion of the World Health Day today, DPHO Chief Durgadutta Chapagain said. On the occasion, Ex Army Dental Home here rendered free dental checkup to the home kids. RSS

    Financial assistance to Dhurmus Suntali Foundation

    Pokhara, April 7: Photographer Association of Nepal, Pokhara branch has provided financial assistance of Rs 20,000 to the Dhurmus-Suntali Foundation presently busy in building an integrated Musahar settlement in Mahottari. A team from the Association which was on a trip to the eastern Nepal with a view to promoting internal tourism handed the amount to Foundation chair Sitaram Kattel amidst a programme there recently, Association Chair Tulasiram Subedi said. RSS

    Deadline over but nobody submits arms in Nawalparasi

    Nawalparasi, April 7: The notice issued by the Nawalparasi Local Administration calling on public to submit arms in their possession to the local police administration in view of the upcoming local-level election has fallen on deaf ears. The local administration earlier issued a public notice urging the people holding license for keeping arms to turn in the arms to the district administration or the nearest police station within March 29 this year. But nobody has turned up at the...

    More than thousand traffic rule violators face legal action daily

    Kathmandu, April 7: More than a thousand traffic rule violators in Kathmandu Valley are being subjected to legal action on a daily basis. As per the data provided by the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division (MTPD), legal actions have been taken for lane discipline violation, haphazard parking, driving under the influence (DUI) and driving without license. MTPD Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Binod Ghimire, said more than 2000 vehicles are checked on a daily basis in which more than a...

    Nepalgunj Festival kicks off

    Nepalgunj, April 7: The Nepalgunj Festival, a weeklong event that encompasses cultural, literary, art, sports and tourism activities, kicked off here from today. The festival is organised under the joint aegis of Creative Hands, Siddhartha Group, Celebrity Khabar . Com and Creative Group. A cycle race was organised as part of the festival today in which Prakash Bohara stood first, Govinda Rijal second and Gagan Singh Thapa third. Each winners took home a mountain bike. Chancellor of Nepal Academy...

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