SARLAHI, April 13: On March 21, eighteen-year-old Palsang Bamjan of Ranisera Rural Municipality-1 of Makwanpur was arrested with 5 kg hashish. He was caught from Jutpani of Sarlahi while transporting the drug to India from Sarlahi border via Sindhuli.
SARLAHI, March 25: Twenty-three years old Sushil Pokharel unwillingly opted for a court marriage at the Sarlahi District Court, after his family's refusal to accept his inter-caste love affair. Pokharel officially tied the knot with 20 year old Sangam Pariyar after a three year long relationship on March 14.
SARLAHI, March 23: A man in Sarlahi stabbed his wife to death on Thursday following a dispute. According to Area Police Office (APO), Barahathawa, Ramji Bishwakarma, 30, of Surunga Municipality of Udayapur, who was currently living in a rented room in Barahathawa Municipality-5, killed his wife Sunita, 33, using a ~IKhukuri~I (a sharp weapon).
SARLAHI, March 18: Journalists of Sarlahi on Sunday staged a sit-in in front of the District Administration Office (DAO) demanding that the culprits involved in the thrashing of Som Diyali, the station manager of Radio Sarlahi, Harion, be booked soon.
SARLAHI, Feb 10: The farmers who had endured drought for six months – from July to January - were delighted with the heavy rainfall on Saturday morning, hoping that it would increase the productivity of their crops.
SARLAHI, Feb 4: Sugarcane farmers who were already facing troubles getting timely payment from the sugar mills are in a state of fix as they are finding it hard to receive the government subsidy as well.
SARLAHI, Jan 20: Three people died while three more sustained injuries when a truck crashed into a passenger bus parked on the East-West Highway at Ishwarpur Municipality-12 of Sarlahi on Saturday morning.
SARLAHI, Jan 19 : Three people killed and another three sustained injuries when a truck crashed into a passenger bus parked along the East-West Highway at Ishwarpur municipality-12 in Sarlahi district, on Saturday morning.
SARLAHI, Jan 16: Dil Maya Majhi of Ranjitpur village has not slept well for the last few days. Elephant terror has taken away the peace of mind of this mother of three. On Monday, elephants partially destroyed her house and the foodgrain.
LALITPUR, Dec 24: Bir Bahadur Sunuwar’s brother Chandra Sunuwar started showing signs of mental illness during the last few years. Initially, the family from Surkhet tried to treat him through the help of shamans. But when that did not work, they went to a local health post. Officials there suggested them to take Chandra to a mental hospital. It would be very costly to come and stay in the only mental hospital they knew, Mental Hospital Lagankhel. However, since the patient’s illness was increasing by the day, it became very crucial for them to take it to the hospital.