MANAU, Jan 5: It has been a week since Khagendra Gautam, a local of Manau, has been obliged to take shelter at schools and in the house of his relatives due to the terror spread by rampaging elephants. He believes the school building could be safer than his mud-built house but still he has not been able to get a proper sleep because of the fear that his house might get attacked by burglars in his absence.
Dang/Surkhet, Jan 5: Juidhan Chaudhari of Tulasipur - 20, had received rugs and blankets from donors two years ago. But now they are all torn to the extent that they hardly give warmth. The bamboo made house that shelters her family does not block the dew from sipping in and the cold breeze blows in through the creeks of the bamboos from the nearby Babai River. Summing his family's winter struggle he says: Winter is a killer!
KATHMANDU, Jan 4: The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police on Wednesday arrested two people on the charge of spreading terror saying that if the telephone call with red numbers on display were received, something bad would happen to the receiver.
KATHMANDU, Jan 4: The Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development has allocated budget to various municipalities across the country to install the solar street lights in the respective locality in the current fiscal year. The installation will take place on the people's participation approach model.