BEIJING, July 24: China’s Commerce Ministry launched an anti-dumping investigation on Monday into stainless steel imports from four countries. Domestic producers have complained that a flood of cheaper products has damaged the local industry.

KATHMANDU, July 19: Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) is unable to dispose garbage from the valley premises.

ARGAKHANCHI, June 28: Sandhikharka bazaar is just a kilometer away from the Aulba River which flows along the Gorusinghe-Sandhikharka road section. The locals of Sandhikharka have been using this the banks of this river as a dumping site for years.

ARGHAKHANCHI, June 27: It is about a kilometer from Aulwa Khola to Sandhikharka, the district headquarters of Arghakhanchi.

MISSISSIPPI, Oct 9: Nate slogged its way across the U.S. East Coast on Monday, dumping heavy rains and bringing gusty winds to inland states as a tropical depression, a day after Hurricane Nate brought a burst of flooding and power outages to the U.S. Gulf Coast.

SOLUKHUMBU, May 31: An unmarried teenage girl has been arrested for dumping a newborn infant. The police arrested 17 – year – old girl, a native of Dudhkausi rural municipality – 3, and currently living as a tenant in Salleri.

BUTWAL, May 6: The Butwal-based National Pathology Lab has been slapped a fine of Rs 50,000 for haphazardly disposing off used syringes on roads, ignoring the severe impacts it could have on human health.

KATHMANDU, Jan 7: Authorities have arrested five persons for throwing trashes into the Bagmati River at Til Ganga on Saturday. They have been fined Rs 5,000 each for their untoward action, according to the Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Town Police.

KATHMANDU, Aug 13: The environment division of the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has imposed a fine of Rs 100,000 on Prabhu Bank for disposing of medical waste in metropolis' landfill site at Okharpauwa. KMC's security personnel deployed at the landfill site arrested banks employees and a truck filled with hazardous medical waste last week, officials said.

KATHMANDU, June 18: Over 70 motions on matters of urgent public importance were registered at the Parliament Secretariat in the past three years, but only six of these came up for discussion in parliamentary meetings during this period.