Sankhuwasabha

Financial crunch in treatment: life of differently able people in crisis

Differently abled Kumar Majhi, 40 is living in Manakamana temple, a popular shrine at Khandbari Municipality-9 since 32 years. Kumar is a first son of Parshu Ram Majhi and Chandra Kumari Majhi and he is living a disabled life since when he was eight years old. At present he needs assistance every time whether it is while eating, ....

Post Update :June 20, 2018,  
Bomb detonated targeting Arun Hydro project

An unidentified group of people have detonated a bomb targeting  the administrative office of Arun third hydro project at Khandbari Municipality-9, Sankhuwasabha  in the morning of June 13. DSP Shyam Kumar Sarumagar said that an unidentified group have detonated socket bomb targeting the office. ....

Post Update :June 13, 2018,  
Court Slams three years on charge of attempted to rape

The District Court of Sankhuwasabha has ordered to sentence 28 years old Devendra Prasad Chapagain of Butwal sub-metropolitan-7 for three years after finding him guilty on attempting to rape 43 years old girl. A single bench of district court judge Prakash Raut had given the verdict regarding the case. The accused had attempted t....

Post Update :June 4, 2018,  
Bomb explosion at 3rd Arun Hydro-project  Office

An unidentified people have detonated explosives at 3rd Arun Hydr-project office in Tumlingtaar. The bomb explosion was on the eve of the country visit by an Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi who was scheduled for stone laying function at Khandbari Municipality-9  under the project. The District Police Office of San....

Post Update :May 1, 2018,  
Arrested on charge of trafficking

Police have arrested 19 years old Sabina Rai of Salpa Silichho Rural Municipality-6, Dobhan on April 18 on charge of attempting to rape 15 and 16 years old girls. The accused was arrested while attempting to traffick both girls by taking them in a bus to Terai from Chewa. Both victims said tha....

Post Update :April 20, 2018,  
Ward office closed since three days due to the threatening

The ward office 8 and 9 at Panchkhapan Municipality has been closed since three days after the ward chairmen were threatened by the cadres if Nepal Communist party led by Netra Bikram Chand. The cadres of Nepal Communist party had put the flag in the office premises on the night of April 12 and threatened not to open the offices ....

Post Update :April 16, 2018,  
Unidentified group sets fire on vehicle

An unidentified group of people have set fire on a tractor in Chainpur Municipality-4. The tractor with registration number Ko2Ta4663 was set fire on the day Nepal Communist Party led by Bipolv had called on for strike. The tractor was heading towards Panchkhapan and was attacked by pelting stones on it. A group of people took dr....

Post Update :March 25, 2018,  
Arrested on charge of rape

Police have arrested 14 years old Hom Nath B.K on March 15 on charge of raping 15 years oldgirl. He was arrested based on a complaint lodged by the victim's family at DPO according to DSP Santosh Khadka of District Police Office. Another accused Rajesh Rai, 20, involved in a same incident is a....

Post Update :March 16, 2018,  
Five years sentence on charge of rape

The District Court of Sankhuwasabha has ordered to sentence 64 years old Kabir B.K of Chichila Rural Municipality-5 for five years on charge of raping 37 years old woman. A single bench of District Court judge Prakash Raut had given a verdict regarding the case after finding him guilty on rape. ....

Post Update :January 8, 2018,  
Explosive detonated targeting the vehicle of UML candidate

An explosive has been detonated by an unidentified group of people targeting the vehicle of UML parliamentary candidate Rajendra Gautam at Sabhapokhari-2 in Deurali, Sankhuwasabha. There was no human loss in an explosion however the vehicle sustained a minor damage according to DSP Santosh Khadka. He said that there might be an i....

Post Update :November 14, 2017,  
Political parties apathetic on following Election Code of Conduct

The violation of election code of conduct is rampant as the Election Day is approaching. While seeking for the votes from the citizen’s, the candidates and cadres of political parties are neglecting and violating the election code of conduct. Big banners, loud speakers are being used in the district for election campaign. CPN UML and Nepali Congress have violated ....

Post Update :November 13, 2017,  
35 Polling Centers categorized to be very sensitive

The District Administration Office of Sankhuwasabha said that 35 polling centers of the district are categorized to be very sensitive in security point of view in context of upcoming HoR and state assembly election. Out of 153 polling centers in the district, 35 are categorized to be very sensitive, 28 as sensitive and 90 as norm....

Post Update :November 7, 2017,  
Complaint Lodged for violating Code of Conduct

A complaint against Nepali Congress HoR candidate Deepak Khadka and state assembly candidate Tanka Rai has been lodged at office of the election officer on November 8 for violating election code of conduct. Both candidates had used chopper for their election campaign against the code of conduct. On November 5, Khadka had used hel....

Post Update :November 7, 2017,  
 Candidate killed with stone

Ward member candidate Chinang Bhote of Maoist center from Bhotekhola Village council-2 Sankhuwasabha has been murdered. He was killed after he was hit with a stone by 54 years old Chimik Bhote on June 18 over a dispute on road according to the police. Chinang was severely injured and he died even after receiving treatment. Police....

Post Update :June 19, 2017,  
Accused on Caste Discrimination Arrested

Lila Bahadur B.K, 29 of Bana VDC-8 was beaten by relatives of Sapana Tamang, 29 of same VDC on charge of marrying with her on August 9. The accused were arrested by the police on August 13. The accused Singha Man Tamang,26 of Bana VDC-8, Sal Bahadur Tamang, Bhala Man Tamang,28 and Rahar Man Tamang,30 had severely beaten B.K on ch....

Post Update :August 16, 2016,  






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