March 24: 6 things to know by 6 PM today

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

Maoist Center appoints new in-charges to seven provinces

CPN (Maoist Center) has appointed new in-charges to seven provinces on Saturday. 
A central committee meeting of the party held today assigned new ones the responsibilities replacing those who have become ministers.

Attempt to 'BREATHE'

Since four days, locals living near Satdobato-Khumaltar road have blocked vehicular movements. This is largely due to excessive air pollution that locals suffer every day. The locals had to resort to blocking vehicular movements because their pledge of timely road construction failed to yield results. 

12 fake NA examinees arrested

As many as 12 fake examinees have been arrested from the exam hall conducted for jobs in the Nepal Army (NA). Eleven fake examinees and one who sent the other on his behalf to appear the test were arrested from different exam centers in the Kathmandu Valley today, DSP Ravi Kumar Paudel of  Metropolitan Police Circle, Kathmandu told Republica Online.

Narayangarh-Mugling road widening costs to increase by Rs 430 million

The Narayangarh-Mugling road widening costs are to increase at least by Rs 430 million. The costs are likely to go up due to project time extension, awarding a contract on the backdate cost estimation and additional inevitable works during the widening drive.

Cricket craze in Dhangadhi

With the rise in cricket activities, the Province-7 headquarters, Dhangadhi, has gained popularity as a hub for cricket. Of late, thousands of spectators have been associated with the cricket game in Dhangadhi. The number of cricketers and spectators has also gradually gone up by breaking the taboo that cricket players are 'fool' and spectators are 'big fool.

Trump order would ban most transgender troops from serving

President Donald Trump released an order Friday night banning most transgender troops from serving in the military except under “limited circumstances,” following up on his calls last year to ban transgender individuals from serving.  

Leave A Comment