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Published On: March 25, 2018 06:00 PM NPT

EUEOM must revise its report: PM Oli

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has opined that the European Union’s Election Observation Mission must revise its report that undermines Nepal’s historic election success.

Four held for cow slaughter

Acting on a tip-off, four people were arrested for slaughtering cow in Kapilvastu. Cow is Nepal’s national animal and its killing is prohibited by the law.

A village free of violence against women

The Koireli village of Hima rural municipality-2 in Jumla has been declared a model village that is free from any violence vented upon women. To make women self reliant, the municipality is also setting up mills and providing skill based trainings.  

India’s dillydallying halts 124 mtr bridge construction

Construction of 124 meter suspension bridge over the Mahakali river at Pancheshwor of Baitadi district has been delayed due to dillydallying of the Indian side. While a contract had been signed between Nepal and India a year ago, construction is yet to take place after the Indian side did not issue permission for the same. 

'Vote them out!': Hundreds of thousands demand gun control

Thousands of teenagers and their supporters rallied across the U.S. against gun violence vowing to transform fear and grief into a "vote-them-out" movement and tougher laws against weapons and ammo. Since the bloodshed in Florida, students have tapped into a current of gun control sentiment that has been building for years.

Cricket-Relations with Australia unaffected by scandal – Moosajee

South Africa team manager Mohammed Moosajee does not expect relations between the country’s board and their Australian counterparts to be unduly affected by the ball-tampering scandal engulfing the third test at Newlands.Australia captain Steve Smith admitted that the team’s leadership group had hatched a plan on Saturday to alter the condition of the ball in what has developed into one of the biggest scandals in Australian sporting history.



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