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Lawmakers call for dismantling Laxmanpur dam

Kathmandu, 24 June:  speaking in the ‘zero hour’ of the meeting of the House of Representatives today, lawmakers have demanded for dismantling Laxmanpur dam constructed by India. Purna Kumari Subedi demanded that the government construct a concrete dam on the Raptiriver, saying 10,000 bighs land on Nepal side in Banke …

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Poudel was involved in crime: IGP

Kathmandu, 24 June: Inspector General of Police Sarbendra Khanal has claimed that Sarlahi in-charge of rebellious Netra Bikram Chand -led CPN Kumar Paudel was also involved in other criminal activities. Speaking in the meeting of State Affairs and Good Governance Committee of the parliament on Monday, he added that Paudel …

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Ilam shutting down 52 tea factories

Kathmandu, 24 June: Tea industrialists in the Suryodaya municipality in Ilam have decided to close down tea factories, citing that the price of green tea leaves fixed by the local government is unaffordable. The Suryodaya Tea Association, an alliance of tea industrialists, has decided to cease the operations of 52 …

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cops intensify action against overspeed

Kathmandu, 24 June:The Traffic Police have booked 940 drivers for over speeding. The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division (MTPD) has stepped up campaign to reduce over speeding . According to  MTPD, it  has set the speed limit and started taking action under this law since June 11.C People’s News Monitoring Service …

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NA flying to three Chinese cities

Kathmandu, 24 June: Nepal Airlines Corporation is about to  receive Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) within a week’s time allowing Nepal’s national flag carrier to fly to its northern neighbour. According to Aarthik Abhiyan daily, NAC has sought permission from the Civil Aviation Administration of China to start flights to China. …

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Supreme Court’s justice to the nation

Kathmandu, 24 June: The Supreme Court (SC) has paved the way for the government to collect capital gains tax (CGT) from controversial businessman Ajeya Raj Sumargi by refusing to continue a stay order issued earlier on a writ petition filed by  Sumargi. He had sought court order against the revised …

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Cross-country petroleum pipeline’s test successful

Kathmandu, 24 June: The underground petroleum pipeline from Motihari, India to Amlekhgunj, Nepal has completed its test. The test has been carried out after the completion of pipe laying works. Most probably, the petroleum pipeline would come into full-fledge operation from mid-July, according to Simara-based Petroleum Pipeline Project Office.With successful …

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Dam-like Indian road inundates hundreds of households

Kathmandu, 24 June: Hundreds of households of Nepali people have been inundated at Narainapur due to high-dam road constructed by Indian side in bordering rural area of Banke. Istiak Ahmad Shah, Chair, Narainapur rural municipality, said most of the villages in bordering area have been waterlogged due to construction of …

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Parliamentary committee orders for probe

Kathmandu, 24 June: State Affairs and Good Governance Committee of the Federal Parliament has directed the Ministry of Home Affairs to investigate into the death of Kumar Paudel, a leader of the Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’-led Maoist party in Sarlahi district of State 2 last week, and submit a report …

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Hubby burns wife to death

Kathmandu, 23 June: A woman in Darchula has been burnt to death while trying to retrieve valuables from her home set on fire by her husband under influence of alcohol. The incident took place last night at Sundumundu of Naugad rural municipality-2. Bimala Badal,30, died in the incident of fire …

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