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  • Parliamentary team finds nexus of immigration employees in women smuggling

    Kathmandu, March 28: A parliamentary team has come up with the finding that employees of the Department of Immigration under the Ministry of Home Affairs have a role in sending Nepali women to foreign countries as domestic help through an illegal channel. A team of the Legislature-Parliament’s International Relations and Labour Committee which returned home after conducting a field study to find out the situation of Nepali workers in the Gulf countries– Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and the United...

    RPP extended meeting complete in 60 districts

    Kathmandu, March 28: Extended meeting of the ruling Rastriya Prajatantra Party has been completed in around 60 districts across the country. Started from March 20 with the aim to strengthen party organisation across the country, the meeting had been affected in other remaining districts following the removal of constitutional monarchy and Hindu state from RPP statute by the Election Commission. Respective District Working Committees have been assigned to start holding the meeting. The holding of the meeting got affected...

    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)...

    Municipality engineer manhandled in office

    Gaushala, March 28: A group of local youths on Monday manhandled an engineer with the Gaushala Municipality Office. Shovendra Sah was attacked in his office. According to the engineer, local youths including Nabin Sah, Ajit Chaudhary and Sanjaya Wagle among others came to his office, used offensive words, and beat him up. Engineer Sah has sustained minor injuries and his condition is stable. Sah said he published a notice of tender under instruction from the office chief and demanded...

    Jumla locals found pleased with new local set up

    Jumla, March 28: The locals in the district have been found excited with the establishment of new federal set up which basically has restructured the local bodies existed for long throughout the country. The Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development had published the details of the 744 units in Nepal Gazette on Friday March 10. The new local structures have come into effect, replacing the erstwhile 217 municipalities and 3,117 village development committees. Soon after the government decision...

    Armed police fills canal dug up at no man’s land

    Gulariya, March 28: A canal dug by the Indian Forest Department employees at the no man’s land near the Nepal – India border at Madhuban Municipality – 5 has been filled up by Nepal’s Armed Police Force (APF), Sanoshree. The employees of the Katarniya Wildlife Reserve India dug up 20 meter long canal by using an excavator in the area located between border pillars 75 and 76. The armed police team led by Inspector Bhupendra Pal was dispatched to...

    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...

    Tourism vital of country’s economic prosperity

    Pokhara, March 28: The role of tourism in Nepal’s economic prosperity has been underlined by the participating tourism entrepreneurs and government officials at the 16th Annual General Assembly (AGM) and 9th Convention of Pokhara Tourism Council on Monday. Western Regional Administrator, Yam Kumar Khatiwada, said tourism is an industry holding a national priority and insisted on a joint effort from the government and the private sector in realizing the possibilities it held. Kaski’s Chief District Officer, Hari Prasad Mainali,...

    PM Dahal and Chinese President Xi Jinping hold meeting

    March 27, 2017: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has called on Chinese President Xi Jinping and both held discussions on exchanging support and strengthening bilateral ties. The meeting was held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. According to PM’s press advisor Govinda Acharya, PM Dahal shared that the meeting was important and fruitful. On the occasion, Chinese President pledged nine million Yuan support for the local poll in Nepal. Similarly, PM Dahal had urged the Chinese...

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