April 10: 6 things to know by 6 PM today

Published On: April 10, 2018 06:00 PM NPT By: Republica

UML, Maoist Center clash over IGP appointment

Due to the clash between CPN –UML and CPN (Maoist Center) on the appointment of Inspector General of (IGP) of Nepal Police and Armed Police Force, the meeting ended inconclusively. The meeting of the Council of Ministers took place at the Prime Minister’s Official residence, Baluwatar, to hold talks on the appointment of IGPs of Nepal Police and Armed Police Force on Tuesday.

Govt calls for responsible citizenry as it champions access to education

 The cabinet meeting held at Prime Minister’s residence, Baluwatar ordered ministers, political leaders, provincial and local government employees and businesspersons across the country to do their parts to ensure the poorest and deprived children can afford school. 

CNP completes zero poaching year

Chitwan National Park (CNP) completed one year of zero poaching. A male rhino was killed by poachers at Dhubaghat of Belhatta Hariyali Community Forest are of CNP on April 7, 2017. A plan to celebrate the third year of zero poaching became unsuccessful last year after the rhino was killed 26 days before the completion of the third year of zero poaching year. 

Udayapur pins hope on commercializing paragliding from New Year

 With hopes to start paragliding services from April 14, Nepali New Year 2075, Rauta and Chitre of Rautamai rural municipality is testing paragliding flights on Wednesday and Thursday.

Sensational six sends Team Chauraha to final

Dhangadhi Team Chauraha has registered a sensational victory over the Kathmandu Goldens by 1 wicket in the Dhangadhi Premier League (DPL-2)  at Seti Zone Police Cricket Ground on Tuesday. The sensational victory happened when Samsad Sheikh who appeared in the crease with two balls to spare and six runs required to win hit a winning shot: a six, sending the team to the final.

Indian bus tragedy: Dozens of children are dead after school bus plunged into gorge

 A School bus plunged off a mountain road overnight into a deep gorge in the Himalayan foothills, killing 27 children, some as young as four, Indian officials said.

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