Monday , 21st January 2019



Monday , 21st January 2019

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Two Women Rescued from being trafficked

Police have rescued two women of age 27 and 22 from Mahespur, border between India and Nepal on October 11 while they were being trafficked in Kuwait. The District Police Office said that two women were rescued while they were being taken in motorbike by Ajaya Thakur,27 of PratapPur rural municipality-5 towards India pretexting t....

Post Update :October 11, 2017,  
Misbehavior on girls doubles the number among the children

The number of misbehavior and violence on girls is almost the double in the district as compared to boys while Khotang is celebrating sixth international girl's day. Out of 19 incidents documented at Women and Children Office last  year, 13 were related to girls and six were related to boys. Similarly, this year out of four inci....

Post Update :October 11, 2017,  
Complaint lodged against the accused for murder after rape

The District Police Office of Parsa has organized a press meet on October 10 and made public that investigation on Umesh Hajara has been initiated after registering complaint against him on October 6 on charge of killing Sani Laxmi Bamjan, 50 of Thori rural municipality-5, Subarnapuri after rape. The accused was arrested by the p....

Post Update :October 11, 2017,  
Gold Trader Shot Dead in Sarlahi

A gold trader has been shot dead by unidentified persons on Tuesday quoting RSS as a source. Sunil Saha, 27, was shot at by the unidentified group when he was on his way home to Pipariya, Kabilasi rural municipality-3 after closing his shop at Pidari in Haripur Municipality. Saha was travelling on his motorcycle when a gang of three or four persons, who were waiti....

Post Update :October 11, 2017,  
Complaint lodged against the rape accused

The victim’s party of 22 years old woman has lodged a complaint at District Police Office on October 11 against 40 years old Laxman Yadav including others on charge of rape. The victim underwent a health checkup at Ganasingh Zonal Hospital on a same day according to the police. The victim is....

Post Update :October 11, 2017,  
CTEVT Affiliated chief misbehaved

Jeev Narayan Kafle, chief of CTEVT affiliated branch was misbehaved by the students by smearing black soot on to his face in protest of giving affiliation for admission to the students of nursing and other health subjects for the next education session. The staff of CTEVT have protested against the misbehavior saying that the aff....

Post Update :October 11, 2017,  
NHRC draws govt’s attention on protecting life of general public

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has drawn the serious attention of the government towards the murder of Sharad Kumar Ga....

Post Update :October 10, 2017,  
Medicine crunch in Health posts

There has been a medicine crunch in health organizations of the district in Kalikot since one month after the fund to buy medicine was not received by the local level. There are not even a single tablet of Citamol in the health organizations. Health in charge Man Bahadur Bista said that they are compelled to send back patients without any medicine. Out of nine local levels in Kalikot , only ....

Post Update :October 10, 2017,  
Date expired medicine distributed from the health post

The locals in Limi of remote rural municipality of the district are compelled to consume expired medicine due to the lack of health workers assigned in the local health organization. It has been revealed that in health organizations of Namkha rural municipality-6, date expired medicine were being distributed to the patients. ....

Post Update :October 10, 2017,  
Medicine Crunch in remote health post of Bhagwanpur

There has been serious medicine crunch in Bhagwanpur health post of the district despite of government announcement of providing free medicine. There has been a severe crisis of medicine in remote part of Bhagwanpur health post according to senior Health Assistant Nanda Kishore Chaudhary. A team of human rights activist and media....

Post Update :October 10, 2017,  






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