JULY 10: 6 things to know by 6 PM today

Published On: July 10, 2018 06:00 PM NPT


Two of the four rhinos, Bhadra and Rupasi have been forced to leave their natural habitat at Chitwan National Park and embark in an arduous journey to Kathmandu and then, to China as gifts from Nepal. The two rhinos will be transported in trucks using the Narayangadh-Muglin road that has been obstructed frequently by landslides. 

Janaki Temple to be illuminated

An agreement has been reached between the Non-Resident Nepali Association and Janaki temple to illuminate the temple in a modern style while retaining its aesthetic values. The beautification and illumination of the Temple dedicated to Goddess Sita will be concluded at the cost of Rs 50 million. 

Rural municipality initiates loans against educational certificates

Bagnaskali rural municipality of Palpa has started to provide loans to promote self employment in agriculture and animal husbandry after youths present their education certificates as collateral. The municipality hopes to reduce foreign employment trends and plans to continue for next fiscal year as well.  

KMC ties up with innovators for Kathmandu’s face-lift

Kathmandu Metropolitan City has initiated a public private partnership with adGuru to install smart street signs throughout the Kathmandu valley. The newly installed street signs are such that it will help the Kathmandu metropolis to generate revenue that it can prioritize on other priorities. By giving pre-information in traffic, it is also expected to ease congestion.  

MATCH PREVIEW: Belgium and France face off in mouth-watering semifinal

Roberto Martinez’s swashbuckling Belgium side heads into Tuesday’s semifinal with familiar foes France as the World Cup’s leading scorers, but its old rival has evolved as the tournament has progressed and will also be full of confidence.  

All 13 rescued from flooded Thai cave - navy SEAL unit

All 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped for more than two weeks deep inside a flood Thai cave have been rescued, a Thai navy SEAL unit said on Tuesday, a successful end to a perilous mission that has gripped the world. “The 12 Wild Boars and coach have emerged from the cave and they are safe,” the Thai navy SEAL unit said on its official Facebook page.


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