KATHMANDU, March 25: The first day of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) of grade 10 concluded peacefully with students sitting for their English paper examination. No major untoward incident was reported on Sunday.

SARLAHI, March 25: Twenty-three years old Sushil Pokharel unwillingly opted for a court marriage at the Sarlahi District Court, after his family's refusal to accept his inter-caste love affair. Pokharel officially tied the knot with 20 year old Sangam Pariyar after a three year long relationship on March 14.

KATHMANDU, March 25: The Supreme Court on Sunday refused to free Kamal Gyawali, the then chief of Kist Bank, who has been serving a jail sentence after being convicted of banking fraud.

BAGLUNG, March 24: The foundation stone for the construction of the longest suspension foot-bridge in Nepal, which stretches from Bangechaur of Baglung to Aduwabari of Parbat, has been finally laid on Saturday.

BUTWAL, March 25: The government of Province 5 has decided to establish a government medical college in Rupandehi, the temporary capital of the province.

KATHMANDU, March 24: Nepali Congress former General Secretary Krishna Prasad Sitaula, who is receiving treatment for various health problems at HAMS Hospital in Kathmandu, is recuperating, said a statement issued by the doctors involved in his treatment.

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KATHMANDU, March 24: The Education and Health Committee of the House of Representatives has directed the government to enforce and cause to enforce the fee scheme determined for the MBBS and BDS programs under the faculty of medical sciences.

KATHMANDU, March 24: The Kanchanpur District Court has ordered former SP Dilli Raj Bista to pay Rs. 1.5 million in bail amount. Bista is one of the eight police officers who allegedly destroyed evidence of Nirmala Panta’s brutal rape and murder last year.

KATHMANDU, March 24: Tuberculosis kills 18 people every day, according to the National Tuberculosis Center. In 2017/18, at least 196,000 people have been suspected with the disease. However, less than a quarter of the patients, around 32,000 accessed treatment, the Center said.