Saturday , 19th January 2019



Saturday , 19th January 2019

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Unidentified group blazes School bus

An unidentified group of people have set fire on school bus of Crimson Boarding School at Triyuga Municipality-4 on July 10. The group had set fire on a bus with a registration number Ko1Kha5040 which was parked in a school premises according to Inspector Devi Prasad Phagu of District Police Office. ....

Post Update :July 11, 2017,  
Unidentified People blazed Jaycees building in Rajbiraj

A worldwide organization established for the personality and capacity development of youth, Jaycees , in Rajbiraj has been set on fire by an unidentified people on the morning of July 11. A petrol has been sprinkled from the window in east of the building before setting fire on it. The fire has destroyed chairs, two fans, carpet ....

Post Update :July 11, 2017,  
Violence and Leprosy Victim Rescued in an initiation of INSEC

Seventy Years old Gola hahi who has been kept in a den for 12 years by the villagers and her family as she suffered from leprosy, was rescued for the treatment in an continuous advocacy and initiation from INSEC. She was rescued up to Simikot in chopper on July 9 for the treatment and on July 10 she was further airlifted to Anand....

Post Update :July 11, 2017,  
Arrested on charge of Killing wife

Police have arrested 38 years old husband Tek Bahadur Kami on July 11 on charge of murdering 28 years old wife Bayansara Kami of Puthauttaraganga Village council-7. He was arrested on charge of murdering her with a sharp weapon while sleeping on the night of July 10 according to Inspector Thaman Ramjali of DPO Rukum. ....

Post Update :July 11, 2017,  
Dalit Misbehaved on charge of not cleaning dishes

Karna Bahadur Sarki, 42 of Musikot Municipality -4, Badagaun Hulogade was severely beaten on July 8 on charge of not cleaning dishes. The victim said that he was severely beaten by 40 years old Shobha Karki and her 25 years old son Krishna Karki on charge of not cleaning the dirty dishes in one hotel in Halogade. ....

Post Update :July 11, 2017,  
Nepal Communist Party Captures the Personnel Land

Netra Bikram Chand led Nepal Communist Party have captured 10 bighas of  land belonging to  Bijaya Shah at Kailash Nagar of Bharatpur Metropolitan-13 on July 11. The party claimed the land to be theirs and put the flag on it according to the police. The person who put the flag on the land is at large and search is going on acco....

Post Update :July 11, 2017,  
Hearing on Bharatpur case postponed again

The  hearing on Bharatpur vote counting dispute was postponed until July 17, citing a lack of time. Justices—Om Prakash Mishra and Purushottam Bhandari, who were scheduled to conduct the hearing, failed to manage time for the same, resulting in the postponement, said Joint-Spokesperson of the SC, Bishwo Raj Poudel. Earlier on July 7, a division bench of justices Mira Khadka an....

Post Update :July 10, 2017,  
Beneficiaries facing difficulties due to the closure of Maternity service

Beneficiaries at District hospital of Seugha are facing difficulties after the closure of maternity services due to the lack of doctors. The service has been disrupted after the assistant anesthetic left the district on July 9 according to the hospital source. The government has given a priori....

Post Update :July 10, 2017,  
Rape Accused Arrested

Police have arrested 33 years old father on July 8 on charge of raping eight years old daughter. The victim’s neighbor had lodged a complaint at District Police Office against the accused on July 7 for rape and he was arrested for the further investigation according to the District Police Office of Chitwan. ....

Post Update :July 10, 2017,  
High Level Probe Commission in Saptari

A high level investigation commission has reached Saptari which was formed to probe the violent incident during Terai, Madhes and Tharuhat movement. The commission has come to the district as a 17th district after its formation in 2016 October 17. The team includes former Justice an....

Post Update :July 9, 2017,  






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