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Mahindra Marazzo coming soon in Nepal: Details

Mahindra Marazzo has been launched in India and soon will be launched in Nepal as well. An exact date is unknown, but we can expect to see the Mahindra Marazzo in Nepal very soon.  The price of Mahindra Marazzo in Nepal will be revealed as soon as it is launched.

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Kattik dance begins

Patan's famous Kattik Nach (Kattik dance) has begun from today. The dance of historic and religious importance is performed every day in the evening beginning today at the Kattik Dabali (public stage) in the Patan Durbar Square for the next 12 days. According to Kattik Dance Management Committee, around 100 individuals will be participating in the traditional

by RSS | Nov 12
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NRB to supply new bank notes on other festivals too

Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) is to implement the inclusive rule in exchanging the new bank notes. The central bank, which had been providing the facility of exchanging new notes in large quantity only during the Bada Dashain period before this, is to extend this facility on the occasion of festivals of other indigenous nationalities and linguistic communities also.

by RSS | Nov 12
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Home Minister Thapa calls for alertness on reducing damage

Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa has stressed on adopting alertness on reducing the damage caused due to the carelessness of humankind. Inaugurating the Disaster Management Operation Centre set up at the District Administration Office in Beni today, the Home Minister said the government would take policy initiatives for reducing the human-made disasters.

by RSS | Nov 12
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Crimes down in Kathmandu during Tihar

The crime rate in the Kathmandu Valley, according to the Metropolitan Police Office, Kathmandu, was downward this Tihar festival compared to the last one. The Office record showed that cases of burglary, gambling, fraud, kidnapping and suicide were less in comparison to Tihar period last year.

by RSS | Nov 12
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Bhattarai appointed PM’s foreign affairs advisor, Bhandari principal personal secretary

Dr Rajan Bhattarai has been appointed the foreign affairs advisor to the Prime Minister and Indra Bhandari the principal personal secretary. Bhattarai is a former lawmaker and Bhandari the president of the then CPN (UML) Mechi Kathmandu liaison committee. According to Dr Kundan Aryal, the Prime Minister’s press advisor, a meeting of the Council of Ministers on Sunday decided

by RSS | Nov 12
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Call for uplifting living standard of Dalits within Muslim community

Chief Minister of Province 2 Lalbabu Raut Gaddi today urged the central government to provide reservation quotas for Dalits within the Muslim community. "Like in most community, the Muslim society has Dalits. And it is the responsibility of the government to help uplift their living condition by providing them reservation," he said at a felicitation programme

by RSS | Nov 12
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Three killed, 34 injured in road mishap

Three persons died on the spot while 34 others were injured in a road accident at Rangamahal Koshitappu Area of Belala municipality-9 in Udapur district this evening. The deceased have been identified as Binita Chaudhary, 19, Indra Chaudhary, 20 and Dipika Chaudhary, 20, of Belaka-2.

by RSS | Nov 12
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Fund collected from Deusi-Bhailo in social service

Women of Tulsipur, Dang handed over relief materials and equipment to Tulsipur-based Elderly Service Committee and Senior Citizen Society on Sunday. They handed the support worth amounting to Rs 30,000 out of Rs 509,840 collected from Deusi-Bhailo cultural programme. Warm clothes were provided to five elderly people taking shelter in the society based in Tulsipur sub-metropolis-12

by RSS | Nov 12
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Two gang raped in Siraha, police searching for accused

Siraha, the Tarai district in province 2 has reported a case of gang rape on a teenage girl and a 20-year-old woman on the night of Bhaitika last Friday. The two of Laxmipur Patari rural municipality-2 were allegedly gang raped by a group of seven individuals at Lahan municipality-22.

by RSS | Nov 12
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New measure to make cabinet decisions public

The government is making preparations for making public the decisions of Sunday’s meeting of the Council of Ministers in a new way. Many issues were discussed and necessary decisions taken in this evening’s cabinet meeting but it will be shared along with a new provision for it, said Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gokul Prasad Banskota.

by RSS | Nov 12
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Discussions underway for Nepalgunj airport expansion

Locals have initiated efforts for the expansion of Nepalgunj-based Ranjha Airport as a regional international airport. They started holding discussion at local level to endorse the decision for up-gradation of existing airport to the regional and international standards and take permit for embarking on flight service to New Delhi from Nepalgunj .

by RSS | Nov 12
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25 injured in bus accident

At least 25 passengers sustained injuries in a bus accident at Gaindakot municipality-14, Amarapuri of Nawalparasi along the East-West Highway at 2.00 this morning. According to Ramesh Thapa, Superintendant of Police (SP) at District Police Office, Nawalparasi-east, the Kathmandu-bound bus (Na 6 Kha 3973) from Dang turned over after losing its control.

by RSS | Nov 12
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Unidentified group vandalizes school

An unidentified group has vandalized Latinath higher secondary school at Marma Rural Municipality-3. The group had arbitrarily cut down the lock of computer class and administration chamber before vandalizing the school building. The incident was supposed to be happened on Friday and the details of the loss were known only when the school resumes

by RSS | Nov 12
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Two held on charge of girls trafficking

Police held two persons for their alleged involvement in trafficking five adolescent girls to India. According to District Police Office Chief Basanta Kunwar, a case related to human trafficking was registered against them on Sunday and investigation into the case was expedited from the Nuwakot District Court.

by RSS | Nov 12
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Call for developing tourism to prosper country

Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Rabindra Adhikari on Saturday stressed the need for developing tourism to prosper Nepal economically. The government has a goal to develop and expand potential tourism destinations to effectively implement the campaign of 'Happy Nepali and Prosperous Nepal'.

by RSS | Nov 11
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Bagmati Cleanup mega campaign: Eight metric tonnes of garbage managed

The cleanup campaigns of Kathmandu Valley's rivers and ring road continued even during the festivals. On Saturday, eight metric tonnes of waste materials were collected from the rivers and ring road, and was managed, the clean up campaigners shared. The Bagmati River near Guheshwori Temple was cleaned up on the 287th week of the Bagmati Cleanup Mega

by RSS | Nov 11
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Tusker tramples Rai, next killed in road accident

A person was killed after he was trampled by a wild elephant on Saturday morning in Rapti Municipality, Chitwan. According to the Chitwan Police, local resident Sagar Rai, 23, died on his way for farm work at Gadyuli in the attack of the wild elephant. Meanwhile, Ramesh Babu Tripathi of Rapti Municipality-1 died

by RSS | Nov 11
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Chhath festival to begin on Sunday

The main ritual of the four-day Chhath festival will formally begin on Sunday. It is observed for four days, from Kartik Shukla Chaturthi to Kartik Shukla Saptami as per the lunar calendar. The festival observed worshipping and making offerings to the setting sun mostly in Tarai, lowland region in southern parts of the country.

by RSS | Nov 11
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Deuba bats for unity, reconciliation in NC

Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that unity and reconciliation in the Nepali Congress (NC) was essential. Releasing a mouth piece (Chintan) souvenir of the Democratic Thought Society on the occasion of 41st memorial day of NC founder leader Subarna Shamsher Rana in the capital Saturday, President Deuba mentioned that late Rana contributed lots

by RSS | Nov 11