GALESHWOR, July 20: With the lockdown eased in the wake of a declining number of cases of coronavirus in Gulmi district, the local administration decided to resume public transportation. However, the roadways blocked and damaged by the landslides and floods are yet to open.
GULMI, May 9: A seven-year-old boy has got over the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Rajesh Raut of Madane Rural Municipality-1 in Gulmi district was admitted to the temporary COVID-19 special hospital operated by the rural municipality on May 3 after he had fever and shortness of breath.
GULMI, Nov 27: The number of people dying in a jeep accident in Isma village in Gulmi district on Friday morning has climbed to six as one more injured passenger breathed his last on the way to hospital for treatment.
KATHMANDU, July 19: A newly-appointed lawmaker of Nepali Congress (NC) Suwarna Jwarchan has taken oath of office and secrecy amidst a special function organized at the Parliament Secretariat in Singha Durbar on Sunday. Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR) Agni Sapkota administered her oath of office and secrecy.
PALPA, Jan 15: Thousands of devotees have thronged Ruru Kshetra (also known as Ridi) to take a holy dip in the Kaligandaki River which is considered to be a holy river and has been mentioned in various scriptures of Hindu religion for ages.
KATHMANDU, Dec 8: The government has launched focused program for orange and maize in Gulmi district, targeting to boost commercial farming of these agricultural products, despite the government failing to achieve notable success in similar programs that were implemented in the past.
GULMI, July 30: After a week of landslides rendering them homeless, nearly 400 families of Thulo Lumpek, Gulmi have received relief. According to Gulmi Chief District Officer (CDO) Yadunath Poudel, medicines and food items were distributed to the victims on Monday.
GULMI, July 24: At least nine persons have died and four others are missing in Gulmi district after landslides triggered by torrential rains swept away the villages of Limgha and Thulolumpek in the wee hours of Tuesday.
GULMI, April 28: The entire village of Dajakot, Musikot Municipality-4, in Gulmi has been suffering from a diarrhoea outbreak since Wednesday evening. The outbreak gone haywire is yet to be brought under control even after four days have passed since it began.
GULMI, April 26: A diarrhea epidemic plaguing a rural village of Gulmi district for the past week is yet to come under control. Over 100 people have taken ill from the disease so far, and the number is on the rise, said local representative Hari Chhantyal.
GULMI, April 18: A 14-year-old girl of Chhatrakot rural municipality-6 in Gulmi district has been raped. Samir Miya, a.k.a. Hanuman, 45, of Tansen municipality of Palpa district raped the girl on Wednesday.
GULMI, Sept 4: Data maintained by the district chapter of TRC shows that over a dozen people from the district were victims of enforced disappearance. GULMI, Sept 4: Laxman Marasini of Resunga Municipality-9 of Gulmi, formerly known as Tamghas-6, had left home on January 26, 2001 to meet his brother in Butwal. He never returned home. His wife Shanta is still hopeful of seeing him return home alive after all these years.
PALPA, June 27: Gulmi and Palpa districts have exported a combined 29 tons of coffee in the current fiscal year. Two companies alone -- Highland Coffee Promotion and Nepal Organic Coffee Product – collect coffee produced in these districts and exported them to countries like the US, South Korea, Japan and Germany.
GULMI, May 21: Nepali Congress, Gulmi has started a drive against social anomalies and aberrations in various places of the district as part of the second phase of its 50 days mega campaign entitled 'Let Us Go to the Village and Enjoy in Village Itself'.
GULMI, Feb 9 : Locals of Gulmi were elated when the district was freed from prolonged power shortage six years ago. However, an unannounced load-shedding in recent days has taken its toll on their lives.
GULMI, Jan 26: Most of the candidates who contested the parliamentary and provincial elections of December 7 have submitted the details of their election expenses to the District Election Office (DEO), Gulmi following the instruction of the Election Commission (EC) to furnish the details within 35 days of the elections. Surprisingly, the expenses of the losing candidates are comparatively higher than that of the winning candidates.
GULMI, Jan 25: Most of the candidates who contested the parliamentary and provincial elections of December 7 have submitted the details of their election expenses to the District Election Office (DEO), Gulmi following the instruction of the Election Commission (EC) to furnish the details within 35 days of the elections.