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Published On: September 13, 2019 06:00 PM NPT By: Bipana Thapa

Hours after Bheri Hospital confirmed dead, newborn found alive just before final rites

Kamala Adhikari, a Cheragaad Municipality-09, Jajarkot resident, gave birth to a premature baby early morning today. After a few hours, duty in-charge at the labor ward Basundhara Gyawali told the parents that their premature baby did not survive.

More than a dozen arrested including former DIG over planned protest against President Bhandari

Police have arrested more than a dozen people over their plans to stage protest against President Bidya Devi Bhandari during her visit to Bashantapur Durbar Square to attend Indra Jatra festival today afternoon. The detainees include Bijaya Raj Bhatta, a former DIG of Nepal Police. 

Amendment on Citizenship Bill for nationality and national security: Home Minister Thapa

The home minister said that a foreign woman marrying a Nepali male citizen will be granted naturalized citizenship after seven years of their marriage considering 'special relations' between Nepal and India, and also the legal provisions of neighboring countries relating to citizenship. 

Two killed, four missing in Rolpa landslide

According to District Police Chief Chitra Bahadur Gurung, the deceased were identified as Sheer Kumari Jhakri Budha, 28, and her son Asal Budha, 4.

Bahamians look for loved ones as 1,300 missing after Dorian

“I said, ‘Boy, come here! I miss you so much,’” Thomas told him as they clung to each other in a long hug. “I have other brothers, but this is my heart.”

England all out for 294 as Marsh takes five wickets

England were bowled out for 294 in the first innings of the fifth Ashes test at the Oval on Friday, with Australia’s Mitchell Marsh claiming his first test five-wicket haul to end the host’s chances of building a high score.






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