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Published On: September 26, 2019 06:00 PM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

45 street children rescued from capital

National Child Rights Council (NCRC) has rescued a total of 45 street-children from various places of Kathmandu on Wednesday. In a campaign of the Government of Nepal to make Kathmandu a street-children free city, those children were rescued from Ratnapark, New Road, Basantapur, Jaise Dewal, Thamel, Durbarmarg, and Pulchowk. 

US Ambassador Berry pays courtesy call on President Deuba

Ambassador of the United States of America to Nepal, Randy W. Berry, has paid a courtesy call on Nepali Congress President and former Prime Minister, Sher Bahadur Deuba. During the meeting held at Deuba residence at Budhanilkantha today, they discussed on contemporary political issues and bilateral welfare, said Deuba's personal secretary, Bhanu Deuba.

NC should be industrious: leader Poudel

Nepali Congress (NC) senior leader Ram Chandra Poudel has opined that it's high time for NC to review why the NC got defeated in the three-tier election. At a programme organized by the Democratic Entrepreneurs Association, Tulsipur at Lamahi in Dang on Thursday, Poudel viewed that the leaders of NC should correct themselves as they have lost public confidence. 

Minister Basnet appeals world leaders to be more serious towards tackling impacts of climate change
Minister for Forest and Environment Shakti Bahadur Basnet has appealed the world leaders to be more serious towards addressing various global challenges emerging from climate change. Minister Basnet drew the attention of the world leaders towards it while addressing the UN Climate Action Summit held in New York, USA on the sideline of the 74th session of United Nations General Assembly on September 25.

Former French President Chirac has died, confirms son-in-law

Former French President Jacques Chirac has died at the age of 86, Chirac’s son-in-law told Reuters on Thursday. Chirac was president of France from 1995-2007.

Liverpool back on perch after Ferguson-era at Man United - Moore

Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson had made it his mission to knock Liverpool “off their perch” but the Merseyside club are firmly back on top after capturing a sixth European Cup, its chief executive Peter Moore has said. Moore made the reference to the famous quote by Ferguson who had said that the desire to “knock Liverpool right off their perch” had driven him to success.

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