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February 27, 2017 01:45 PM NPT
BHIMDATTANAGAR, Feb 27: Rotary Club of Dhangadi has built a two room building for Women and Elderly Service Centre of Bhimdattanagar, Kanchanpur.
The Club handed over the structure built at a cost of Rs 773,000 to the elderly home on Sunday, Rotary Club of Kanchanpur's member, Karan Singh Pal said.
Armed Police Force Far Western Regional Baidyanath Brigade – Attariya Chief, Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Rajesh Shrestha inaugurated the building amidst a program.
"The Rotary has built a kitchen and dining room," Pal said. The building was built with support of the APF brigade's human resources. RSS
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