JULY 24: 6 things to know by 6 PM today

Published On: July 24, 2018 06:00 PM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

Law Minister Tamang resigns

Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Sher Bahadur Tamang has stepped down from his post following his controversial remark on Tuesday. Minister Tamang was drawn into controversy following his statement that female students who go to pursue MBBS in Bangladesh have to compromise at some point to earn their degrees.

India to shut down camp office at Biratnagar on August 1

The Government of India has decided to close the India Camp Office, Biratnagar from August 1, 2018. All services including issuing of motor vehicle permits, registration certificates for Indian nationals, attestation of documents and miscellaneous services (birth/death registrations) being rendered by Embassy of India Camp Office, Biratnagar will cease with effect from 1st August, 2018.

10 Nepalis honored for their contribution to boslter Nepal-Britain's relation

Ten personalities who had made outstanding contributions to the Nepali and British communities in the UK were felicitated amidst a ceremony in London during 11th anniversary of www.nepalbritain.com.

Over 400 drinking water projects in limbo

More than 400 drinking water projects in Jajarkot district are said to be in the lurch. These projects were constructed since the last 10 years. This condition of the drinking water projects is due to the negligence of the concerned government offices and the consumers committees for their repair and maintenance. 

Mourinho wants to see Pogba's World Cup focus at Man United

Jose Mourinho believes the World Cup environment helped bring out the best in Paul Pogba and the Manchester United manager wants the France midfielder to show the same focus and intensity at the Premier League club. The 25-year-old, who moved to United from Juventus for a then world record fee in 2016, lit up the Premier League with moments of sublime skill but his inconsistency has been equally frustrating for the fans.

Hundreds missing after flash floods hit villages in Laos

Hundreds of people are missing and an unknown number dead after a dam collapsed in south-east Laos. The collapse at the hydroelectric dam in Attapu province late on Monday sent flash floods through six villages. More than 6,600 people have been made homeless by the floods.








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