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Published On: September 6, 2018 06:00 PM NPT By: Republica

Nepal thrashes by Bhutan 4-0 goals

Nepal has thrashed Bhutan by 4-0 goals. In its second match of the group stage of the SAFF Championship Suzuki Cup 2018 being held at Bangabandhu national stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Thursday, Nepal opened its score at the 21st minute of the first half as Ananta Tamang struck a goal for the country using a header.

Eight out of 10 children in Nepal experience violent discipline: UNICEF
Over 80 percent[i]of Nepali children, aged between one and 14, experience violent discipline. A significant number of toddlers, more than half, aged between one and two, are disciplined with the use of physical force. Most striking, the vast majority of children experience violence at the hands of those entrusted to take care of them. This data reinforces the global call to action by UNICEF to address various forms of violence that children across the world are facing.

12 held for their involvement in transferring company’s ownership illegally
Police have arrested 12 individuals on the charge of transferring the ownership of a company belonging to another person by submitting fake documents and trying to sell moveable and non-moveable properties of it.

Madhes movement injured receives Rs 300,000 in relief
The provincial government of Province 2 has provided Rs 300,000 in relief to an injured of the third Madhes movement. The provincial Minister for Land Management, Agriculture and Cooperatives Shailendra Prasad Sah handed over the amount to Shrawan Kumar Jha, who lost his right leg in the movement. 

Father fights hard to bring justice for his slain son
It has been six years since the murder of Om Prakash Panta, yet his killer is still unknown. Father Sri Krishna, has been asking for justice since the death of his son Prakash. 

Japanese nuclear plant briefly switches to emergency power after quake paralyzes Hokkaido
Tomari nuclear plant on the island of Hokkaido has suffered a main power outage and was forced to briefly switch to emergency generators following the 6.7 earthquake, Nuclear Regulatory Commission said.


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