A bus carrying 45 people from Sarlahi headquarters Malangwa to Kathmandu plunged into the Trishuli river from Benighat Rorang rural municipality-3, Salanghat in Dhading this morning.
Eighty eight women who were rescued from being trafficked have been rehabilitated in the society in Chitwan district in the fiscal year of 2018/19 on the initiatives of KIN Nepal, a non-governmental organisation working against human trafficking. The women were rescued from Nepal-India border area and various Indian cities.
Two children drowned in Bardiya on Tuesday evening. According to police, the victims are Bikash Banjara, 10, and Anil Banjara, 5, of Sirkaiya, Gualariya municipality-3.
A woman 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 that originated after her husband 32-year-old Sher Singh Badal set his bed room on fire. Sher Singh had reached home at night drunk and quarrel with his family members.
Stakeholders concerned have launched a protest today in the central capital, Kathmandu, demanding a scrap of the Guthi Bill. Protestors who came from different parts of the capital assembled at Maitighar Mandala, chanted slogans and demanded the bill be scrapped.
A writ has been filed at the Supreme Court seeking the court order to stop excavation of sand, pebbles and stones from the Sunkoshi river.Advocates Padam Bahadur Shrestha and Chiranjibi Bhattarai filed the writ on Thursday. The writ names the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers and the Ministry of Forests and Environment, among other government bodies, as the defendants.
Three persons were injured, and approximately four dozen houses destroyed in a storm in the district on Thursday night. Electricity, internet and telephone services have shut due to the storm that lasted around one hour and affected Rajapur, Barbardiya, Madhuban and Basgadhi municipalities and Geruwa rural municipalities the most.
The Majhi people at Dhabuwaghat of Sunkhosi River in the district have been deprived of clean drinking water for nine years. The settlement on the bank of the river is forced to quench thirst with the muddy water brought from the river.
Fifteen couples who had done the inter-caste marriage have been honoured here. The joint political Dalit struggle committee honoured the couple amidst a programme organized on the occasion of the national day on elimination of untouchability on Monday.
The Diktel Technical Institute has agreed to provide Rs 600 thousand to each family losing children during educational excursion.
A woman has slashed her three-year-old son to death with a khukuri at Panitanki of Bhojpur municipality-9. Samjhana Thapa, spouse of Surya, 25, chopped off her son, Sambodhan into two pieces, said the police.
The general shutdown or banda called by the Netra Bikram Chand 'Biplav'-led Group has its partial impact in the central capital Kathmandu. According to the Nepal Police Headquarters, public vehicles are not plying as usual and educational institutions are closed due to the shutdown.
A person has provided land worth of millions of rupees to Nepal Electricity Authority, Baglung Distribution Centre, free of cost.Chudamani Sharma of Galkot municipality-4 donated more than 2 ropanis of land worth Rs 10 million rupees to the Centre for the establishment of Galkot sub-branch. He donated the land located at Galkot municipality-2 in memory of his father late Dandapani Sharma.