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Oli obtains honorary degree from propagator of Christianity

Kathmandu, 31 May: It has been revealed that Prime Minsiter Khagda Oli has received an honorary degree from the propagator of Christianity. According to Kantipur daily, Kangmang University of Korea has been propagating Christianity in the pretext of imparting quality education. People’s News Monitoring Service

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Tobacco toll: twenty-five thousand people die every year

Kathmandu, 31 May: Some 25,000 people die in Nepal every year due to the consumption of tobacco products and the figure is on the rise every year. Adolescents from the 15-19 age group makes up the largest section among the users of tobacco products in Nepal, a study shows. According …

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Dengue patients influx BPKHIS

Kathmandu, 31 May: Dharan-based BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS) is faced with an increasing number of people suffering from dengue. The hospital is dealing with 50 dengue patients for the past three weeks, a health worker said. The patients receiving treatment at the hospital are from Dharan-8 and …

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Bamdev backs Prachand

Kathmandu, 31 May: Nepal Communist Party leader Bamdev Gautam has said leaders of erstwhile CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre had agreed to change the government leadership while unifying the parties to form the NCP last year, warning a failure to implement the deal might thwart the unification. Speaking at a press …

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Industralist Rana passes away

Kathmandu, 31 May:Prabhakar Rana, a well known businessperson of Nepal, is no more. The 84-year-old man died of neurological ailments in the United States on Thursday, reports Onlinekhabar.com. Rana is the founder of Soaltee Hotel, one of the biggest hotels of the country. He is considered a first generation pioneer …

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Prachand’s dream of becoming PM may shatter

Kathmandu, 31May: When things have moved well in the ruling Nepal Communist Party, its co-chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal alias Prachanda has become restless. His impatience is well exhibited as he refers to an agreement reached between his comrades Khagda Oli relating to sharing of tenure the topmost executives. According to …

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Rainfall predicted for three days

Kathmandu, 31May: The Meteorological Forecasting Division (MFD) has predicted partly cloudy weather and rainfall, from light to moderate, for three continuous days in Kathmandu Valley as well as to other parts of the country. According MFD, the current weather pattern has been attributed to the low atmospheric pressure formed in …

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Shaman slaughters an infant

Kathmandu, 31May: A shaman has slaughtered a two-and- a-half-year old Aryan Sah in a bizarre ritual in Dhanusha district on the pretext of gaining supernatural power. The shaman Shatrudhan Mahato, 55, of Mithila municipality-6 had performed the barbaric act in his front yard in the wee hours of May 7, …

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Public holiday on Id-ul-Fitr

Kathmandu, 31May: The Government has announced that there will be a public holiday on coming June 6 on the occasion of the Muslim festival of Id-ul-Fitr, on the recommendation of the Muslim Commission. The Government announced it while making public the decisions of the meeting of the Cabinet on Thursday. …

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G2G modus operandi for Gautam Buddha airport

Kathmandu, 31May: The Government has come up with the government-to-government (G2G) model for the operation of Gautam Buddha International Airport. The airport is nearing completion and is slated to come into operation from coming mid-September. A recent meeting of the Cabinet¬† decided to move ahead with the process of collaborating …

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