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Published On: August 10, 2019 06:00 PM NPT By: Bipana Thapa

Trishuli bus accident: Death toll rises to eight

The death toll in the road accident that took place at Benighatrorang rural municipality-3, when a passenger bus plunged into the Trishuli river, has reached eight. 

No one can overturn political achievement, says chair Dahal

Chairperson of Nepal Communist Party Pushpa Kamal Dahal has claimed that no one can reverse the political achievement that has been gained after the long struggle and sacrifice. Speaking at a meeting of the valley-level joint district council of Unified All Nepal Teachers Union, former Prime Minister Dahal reiterated that the change in political and social awareness among the people cannot be overturned by anyone. 

Communications Minister Banskota sees urgent need of protecting environment to save human life

Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gokul Baskota has warned that human beings would suffer the fate of dinosaur if the environment was not protected on time. Inaugurating a greenery campaign at Balkot of Surya Binayak Municipality-2 on Saturday, the government spokesperson said there was a risk that humans could be extinct as of dinosaur due to self-invited consequences.

Monsoon waning

Monsoon at home will remain weak for the next few days as the monsoon trough is presently based on south from the average location. The monsoon trough is located in India's Madhya Pradesh and there is no situation for the monsoon to become active in Nepal for the next three days. 

Police say 57 killed in Tanzania fuel tanker explosion

A damaged tanker truck exploded in eastern Tanzania Saturday as people were trying to siphon fuel out of it, killing at least 57. Scores of people had gathered around the fuel tanker after it was involved in an accident early Saturday. They said people were trying to siphon away fuel when the tanker burst into flames.

Nepali table tennis team leave for India

A thirteen-member Nepali team including nine players have left for Gujarat, India on Saturday to participate in the Sixth Asian School Table Tennis Championship.



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