Ashok Sujan Shrestha

The contributor for Republica.

Celebrations after over 1000 blind elderly regain eyesight

Published On: December 20, 2017 10:52 AM NPT By: Ashok Sujan Shrestha

HETAUDA, Dec 20: Mangari Majhi, 75, lost her eyesight two years ago to cataract. That added a lot of trouble to her life. She was forced to depend on others for even small things and this had stolen her dignity and peace of mind. “I would feel so bad about myself.

23,194 children in Makwanpur malnourished

Published On: September 13, 2017 03:00 AM NPT By: Ashok Sujan Shrestha

HETAUDA, Sept 13: As many as 23,194 children under the age of five suffer from malnutrition in Makwanpur district.

Dairy transaction of Rs 800 million through cooperatives in Makawanpur

Published On: August 19, 2017 08:18 AM NPT By: Ashok Sujan Shrestha

HETAUDA, Aug 18: Cooperative organizations in Makawanpur district have done dairy transaction of Rs 796.3 million in Fiscal Year 2016/17.

Eight-year-old releases song on birthday

Published On: August 12, 2017 01:13 PM NPT By: Ashok Sujan Shrestha

Chirag Dangol, a Grade III student at Navodaya Sishusadan, Hetauda released his first song on the occasion of his eighth birthday on Tuesday.

Four Nepalis, three Indians held with 30 kg brown sugar

Published On: July 23, 2017 02:15 AM NPT By: Ashok Sujan Shrestha

HETAUDA, July 23: Armed Police Force has nabbed seven people from a hotel in Hetauda for illegally possessing 30 kg of brown sugar.

2 killed, 10 injured in 2 separate vehicle accidents

Published On: July 6, 2017 01:00 PM NPT By: Ashok Sujan Shrestha

HETAUDA, July 6: Two people were killed and 10 others sustained injuries in two separate vehicle accidents that occurred in Bhimphedi Rural Municipality-9 and Hetauda-9 in the Makwanpur district.

Low vegetables consumption hits Makwanpur farmers

Published On: July 5, 2017 12:30 AM NPT By: Ashok Sujan Shrestha

HETAUDA, July 5: Farmers of northern part of Makawanpur districts are suffering huge loss as fresh vegetables produced by them is not finding buyers.

Women fill in for men in quake reconstruction

Published On: May 27, 2017 08:03 AM NPT By: Ashok Sujan Shrestha

HETAUDA, May 26: Bimala Majhi is already 40. Learning to build house at this age was not something she ever imagined of. If it was about contributing labor, it would still be a normal thing, she said. “But we are now working as trained masons. It is very a tedious job but it feels great doing it,” she added.