Wednesday , 23rd January 2019



Wednesday , 23rd January 2019

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Normal Lives Affected Due to the incessant rain fall for four days

 Various parts of the districts especially the parts of Terai region has been severely affected due to the incessant rain fall for the last four days. The rivers and cannels of the district were flooded resulting a disaster in the area. The regional office said that the flood has claimed lives of many people along with the destruction of property. ....

Post Update :August 14, 2017,  
Medicine Shortage in Health Organizations, Patients facing difficulties

It has been reported that there is a shortages in medicine in various health organizations in Okhaldhunga. Most of the patients are compelled to return back after not being able to get treatment. In District Hospital of Rumjataar , one primary health center and 54 health posts, there are shortages in medicine that was declared fr....

Post Update :August 14, 2017,  
Anti-rabbis vaccine crunch in District Hospital of Ilam

 The patients are compelled to go back without treatment after the crunch in anti-rabbis vaccine. It has been almost a week that the district hospital is facing shortage in vaccine. Tika Luitel, in-charge of District Hospital said that it will take still few days to get the vaccine from the center. ....

Post Update :August 14, 2017,  
Commission Urges for Humanitarian Support

The National Human Rights Commission has shown its serious attention on a situation created in various parts of the nation due to the flood after the incessant rainfall over the past four days. The commission quoting the source of Home Ministry said that 64 people have lost their lives, 44 are injured, 36 are unaccountable, 19,00....

Post Update :August 13, 2017,  
Incessant Rain Claims lives of three, Highway disrupted

At least three people were killed and one is still missing in a flood due to the incessant rain in Sarlahi. Police has confirmed that 85 years old Hari Bahadur Subedi of Hariban Municipality-8 has died after he was swept away by the flood in Bagmati river in Sarlahi. His body was recovered near the river bank at Karmaiya. Prior t....

Post Update :August 13, 2017,  
More than 2,000 houses drown by flood

Mahottari has been hardly hit by the flood. At least 10 police unit have been drown by the flood. The water level has been raised by up to four feet. According to SP Kuber Kadayat of District Police Office of Mahottari, district headquarter of Jaleshwor has been severely affected due to the raise of water  in Ratu Khola because of incessant rain.....

Post Update :August 13, 2017,  
Three Dies due to flood and incessant rain, life affected

At least three people have lost their lives due to the flood by incessant rain. The victims were children. Due to the rain on August 12 at least two people died after their house collapsed. The flood in Jamuni River in Pachrauta Village council has claimed life of 70 years old Brhama Dev Mahato. In a same day, 45 years old Gahani....

Post Update :August 13, 2017,  
Increase investment in youth: Prez Bhandari

President Bidya Devi Bhandari has called for increased investment in empowerment of the youth, who are the medium of socio-economic and political change of the society according to RSS source. Speaking at a program organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports to mark the International Youth Day here today, she also appealed to t....

Post Update :August 12, 2017,  
France welcomes new law criminalizing ‘chhaupadi’ practice

France has welcomed the unanimous approval by the Nepali government on August 9 of a law aimed at putting an end to the practice of exiling menstruating women (chhaupadi). This practice involves banishing women from their homes during their menstrual period. Stating that this new legislati....

Post Update :August 11, 2017,  
Family pleaded for the support to their son

A four years old boy’s situation in a Gulmi district is critical because of the financial condition despite of government saying that he is getting free treatment. Nishan Sunar,4 of Malika village council-7, Simaltaar is both excreting and urinating  from the intestine. Dr Surendra Rayamajhi of District Hospital of Tamghas sai....

Post Update :August 11, 2017,  






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