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Brett Lee retires from international cricket
Blatter defends role in FIFA kickbacks scandal
National Women’s 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
It’s 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
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 Editorial
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
 
 National
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
 
 
National
Activist handed over
 

RAJBIRAJ, Sept 11: Locals of Dadha VDC in Saptari arrested an activist of Madhesi Virus Killers and handed over him to the police.

Locals arrested Hareram Saha of Laxminiya of the same VDC along with weapons while he was extorting donations from the villagers and handed over him to area police office, Hanumannagar. A country-made pistol and bullet of SLR have been seized from him, the police said.

Police had earlier arrested an activist of the same group, Mahesh Kumar Rajak (Deba) of Lalpati-VDC-6, along with a pistol.

In Ilam, around 50 bells, each weighing up to 100 kg, worth Rs 50,000 have been stolen from Pathivara temple in Kolbung VDC-2 of Ilam. A Local and joint secretary of the temple management committee Narayan Dhungel said the bells were stolen on Saturday night. Police were informed about the theft on Sunday, but no headway has been reported on recovering the stolen artifacts. Meanwhile, 10 small bells have also been stolen from Siddhadevi temple in Hanspokhari VDC.

Meanwhile in Sarlahi, Shivraj Mainali of Ishworpur VDC-4 was trampled to death by a wild elephant on Tuesday when he tried to chase the elephant that had entered into his sugarcane field. Later locals and administration chased the elephant away from the settlement area.

In Lekhnath, a woman died in Dhikurpokhari when a thunderbolt struck here last night.

The police identified the deceased as 45-year-old Nil Kumari Poudel Chhetri of Dhikurpokhari-5 in Dharapani.

The thunderbolt hit here while she was sitting at home and also killed here oxen

In Gorkha, an unidentified gang killed a woman of Baguwa VDC-9 in Kasinthok of Gorkha district last night.

The gang killed 76-year-old Ganga Devi Bhatta while she was preparing a meal and fled after looting two tolas of gold he had adored in her body, said Basudev Bhatta, former Baguwa VDC Chairman.

Locals suspected that the killers of Ganga Devi, a childless mother and was living alone, might be robbers.

Her body has been kept at the Gorkha Hospital for post-mortem. The police said they have been searching for the guilty.

Also in Bardibas, an unidentified gang shot at a cloth trader, Aniruddha Saha, 30, of Siddhapur of Bhangaha- 6 of Mahottari district today.

The gang of three persons fired on his leg near Dhanusha- Mahottari border while he was returning home on motorcycle from Janakpur.

Saha informed on telephone that he was undergoing treatment in Janakpur Hospital.

In Dhangadhi, Police arrested Shiva Balak Gupta of Traffic Chowk in Dhangadhi on the charge of black marketing cement yesterday.

According to the Ward Police Office, Dhangadhi, Gupta sold cement of Trishakti brand by filling in the sacks of Birala Company’s cement. A sewing machine used to sew sacks of cement was also seized from him.

Police said they have also sealed the warehouse of Gupa, who was detained following the information provided by Youth Force.

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Single women break tradition By Our Correspondent
‘Change mindset to end untouchability’ By Our Correspondent
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World Environment Day marked By A Staff Reporter
Centuries old human remains found in Mustang caves By A Staff Reporter
CDCs effective in Sindhuli By Our Correspondent
Remote schools get internet service By Our Correspondent
Republic Day observed By A Staff reporter
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Marwadis demand rights By A Staff Reporter
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Normal life hit by strike By Our Correspondent
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Crimes declining in Nawalparasi By Our Correspondent
Local producing power from river By Our Correspondent
 
 
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