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Brett Lee retires from international cricket
Blatter defends role in FIFA kickbacks scandal
National Womens fbl begin today
Chelsea tops Champions League prize money list
Paes at the center of a storm ahead of Olympics
Serena wins fifth Wimbledon title
All the Bells to ring out start of London Olympics
Its Federer again, and Murray for once in final
True Olympic spirit found in those who come last
True Olympic spirit found in those who come last
 Main News
Govt expresses objections over EU, Limbuwan meet
Corruption And Water Resources
Reproductive Health Challenges Remain
How To Overcome Boredom
Work Out A Full-sized Budget
Rescue Of Child Workers - Commendable Work
PM On Official Media
Bad Budget Precedence
Tap Tourism Potential
Single women break tradition
Change mindset to end untouchability
School dropouts high in Banke
World Environment Day marked
Centuries old human remains found in Mustang caves
CDCs effective in Sindhuli
Remote schools get internet service
Republic Day observed
Water tanks getting dry
Diarrhea patients rising up
Recent News
Stranded Nepalese in Libya reaching Egypt border

Kathmandu, Feb 24 -Nepali nationals were reaching the border of Egypt from Darna of strife-torn Libya under a rescue effort coordinated by Nepals envoy in Cairo, a Foreign Ministry official said here Thursday.

Tirtharaj Aryal of the Nepali Mission in Egypt coordinated with some 562 Nepalese as they came out of Libya, Harish Chandra Ghimire of the Foreign Ministry said.

Nepal had asked the Egyptian government to provide food, lodging and security to Nepali people stranded there, he said.

Around 5,000 Nepalese were living at risk in Libya, a rights group said.

Human Rights Organization of Nepal asked the government to be proactive in rescuing Nepali workers stranded Libya following anti-establishment protests in that country.

In a press release, it stated family members and relatives of Nepali workers were seeking help from HURON.

It urged the government to find out the exact data of the Nepali people working in Libya.

Tens of thousands of foreigners sought to flee the turmoil in Libya, media reports said.

Those who made it out of Libya described a frightening scene with bodies hanging from electricity poles in Benghazi and militia trucks driving loaded up with the dead.

In the capital of Tripoli, witnesses said the airport was a madhouse, crammed with desperate people who stampeded any open door, AFP reported.

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