KAPILVASTU, May 8: Kapilvastu district on Thursday reported the first two cases of COVID-19. The lab tests conducted at Kathmandu-based National Public Health Laboratory proved that two youths, aged 16 and 22, from Mayadevi Rural Municipality-8, Bijuka have contracted the disease.
KAPILBASTU, Aug 25: Five border pillars along the Nepal-India international border that were dislocated by floods on July 13 here at Bijaynagar Rural Municipality of the district haven’t been protected even weeks after the incident.
KAPILVASTU, June 29: More than 80% of revenue at Suthauli Customs Office, located in Yashodhara Rural Municipality, comes from agricultural products. However, in lack of quarantine services in Suthauli, all stakeholders are suffering.
KAPILVASTU, April 27: Crusher plant operators along the Bandganga riverbank in Kapilvastu district have been reportedly influencing the court to delay the decision on cases related to the encroachment of the land previously occupied by the river.
KAPILVASTU, Nov 25: Dipendra Chaudhary, a youth leader and an independent candidate for the Provincial Assembly from Kapilvastu, was shot dead following a dispute with a local on Friday evening. Dipendra, 35, of Sudhodhan Rural Municipality-4 was killed near his residence along the Lawani-Hathihawa road.
KAPILBASTU, Oct 12: Mithai Lal Chauhan, a local of Bijaynagar Rural Municipality-6 had complained to the local administration in 2012 that three non-Nepalis were provided with the citizenship certificates during citizenship distribution in 2007. He filed complaints urging the administration to investigate and take action against the guilty. The three he had complained of were Indian citizens. Chauhan had briefed the administration and provided evidence to back his claims.
KAPILBASTU, Oct 12: Mithai Lal Chauhan, a local of Bijaynagar Rural Municipality-6 had complained to the local administration in 2012 that three non-Nepalis were provided with the citizenship certificates during citizenship distribution in 2007.
Kapilvastu, July 5: Nishar Ahmed Khan of Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) was spearheading anti-poll campaigns in Kapilvastu until the eve of candidacy nomination for the second phase of the local elections. Since his party had decided to boycott the polls, he was mentally prepared, albeit heavy heartedly, to boycott the elections.