One arrested for call bypass

Gaushala, June 20: Mahottari police has arrested a person on the charge of his involvement in call bypass in the district. The arrested is Mohammad Ajamat, 31, of Jaleshwor Municipality-5. According to the District Police Office, Mahottari, Ajamat was involved in call bypass by running a call centre for the.

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Govt postpones polls in Province 2

Jun 17, 2017- A hard-pressed Sher Bahadur Deuba government on Thursday decided to postpone the local elections in Province 2 until September 18 as part of its effort to bring the agitating Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal (RJP-N) on board the poll process. The decision was taken despite strong reservations from the Election Commission (EC), which.

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Indian, Chinese envoys call on PM Deuba

Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri called on Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Friday. Envoy Puri reached the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers (OPMCM) at Singha Durbar, Kathmandu this morning and held discussion on the latest political developments, informed PM’s secretariat. The meeting between the.

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Rights of every student to quality education

Kathmandu, June 14: Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister, Gopalman Shrestha has said that the right of every student of getting quality education has been secured. Inaugurating the Civil Scholarship Fund at a programme jointly organised by the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA), Thailand and International Association for the Exchange of.

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ultra-remote villages connected with electric power

Rampur (Palpa), June 14: The locals of the remote villages of Rampur Municipality has finally got acces to electric power five years after the installation of an electric pole. The Gailuk, Lamtang and Lankuri villages located at a distance of three hours walk from the town are now illuminated by.

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Agro tools distributed to quake-stricken farmers

Dhankuta, June 10: The District Agriculture Development Office has distributed farming tools and implements to the quake – stricken farmers for enhancing the agro products through use of hi-tech modern equipment. The farmers with red identity cards from different parts of the district received six different types of tools through.

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Water pipe laying for Melamchi project picking up pace

Kathmandu, June 9: The laying of water pipes for much-awaited Melamchi Drinking Water Project has been speeded up in Kathmandu valley. The project aims to supply water to valley’s dwellers within the Nepali month of Asoj, a project official said. Out of the total 670 kilometers of water pipes to.

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