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Top 5 News of December 7, 2017

By Bishal Deep Basnet on Dec 07,2017 - 20:35

The elections have been progressing in 45 districts. And the results are pretty good considering the fact that there were multiple explosions. Besides that, here are the top 5 news of the day.

 

Voting concludes peacefully in 45 districts

Voting for the House of Representatives and Provincial Assembly elections concluded today across the country. A total of 12,235,993 voters were registered for today. Voting had started at 7 AM today. Apart from minor clashes, the election was largely peaceful.

 

Vote counting of first phase election begins

The vote counting of the first phase of the election of House of Representatives and Provincial Assembly has started in most of the districts. The counting has started after 5 pm following the meeting of all party in the respective districts. The security arrangement has beefed up in and around the counting center. Most of the districts have arranged the counting process behind security fencing.

 

DDC plans on production of powdered milk

Nepal's Dairy Development Corporation (DDC) will soon start the production of powdered milk. Their plant in Biratnagar will be producing the powdered milk. According to Sarad Kumar Simkhada, the chief of DDC's Biratnagar-based milk distribution project said that the groundwork has already been laid out for the production of powdered milk to start.

 

Chilime's power supply restores

Power generation from the Chilime Hydropower Project which had stopped from Wednesday afternoon has now been restored. The power generation from the 22 MW-capacity hydel project had stopped after the problems in the power transmission line. 

 

Province capital to be declared soon: PM Deuba

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has stated that province capital will be declared soon. 

Tags -  Top 5 , Nepal , Election , DDC

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