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Published On: August 4, 2018 06:00 PM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

Dolpa youths unite against NCP's plan to elect Gautam from Dolpa
An independent group of youths from Dolpa district has vented their ire against the plan of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) to field senior leader Bam Dev Gautam in a re-poll after forcing the elected lawmaker from the district Dhan Bahadur Budha to resign. 

22 metric tonnes waste collected

As usual schedule of sanitation in the Kathmandu Valley, people from various places collected garbage from river banks and streets today as well. 

Paddy plantation 90 per cent complete so far

As per the data collected by the Ministry of Agricultural Development as of August 2, rice plantation is over in many parts of the country. 

Special campaign needed to end dowry system
Speakers at a programme here have underscored the need of launching special campaign to end dowry which has afflicted the Tarai/Madhes people, especially the women. 

172 wild animals killed in three years
Protection and conservation of wildlife continues to become a challenge in Banke national park with the East-West highway and the Sikta irrigation project canal passing through the park.

One way resumes along Narayangadh - Mugling road section

The Narayangadh- Mugling road section which was blocked due to a landslide at Ghumaune of Bharatpur Metropolitan City has been opened for one-way traffic after four hours. 


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