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Indian team supported Center For Disabled Children Assistance (CDCA) Budhanilkantha-12 Kathmandu

June,20 The team of Indian currently staying at England visited Center For Disabled Assistance (CDCA). The team was brought here in Nepal at CDCA with the initiation of Mr.Ang Chheri Sherpa. Mr. Sherpa have been supporting the organization for a long time. The team have contributed food stuffs and other materials to the shelter at Budhanilkantha-12 Kathmandu. “It is our …

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Three Nepalis crushed by train in India

Biratnagar, June 14: Three Nepalis were killed after being run over by a passenger train in bordering Indian town of Jogbani.   The deceased have been identified as Ramesh Sharma.25, of Kadmaha-8, Morang, 16-year-old Raju Rishidev of Judighat-8 and 26-year-old Binod Yadav of Sigyahimadan, Dhanusa, according to the Border Police Post in Jogbani.   The three were travelling in a …

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10 killed after passenger-bus plunges into river

Kathmandu, June 14: At least 10 passengers were killed and 18 other injured in a bus accident that occurred at Aathbisa municipality-4, Nainal in Dailekh today.   The ill-fated bus (Na 4 Kha 2998) en route to Mahendranagar of Kanchanpur from Jitegada of Kalikot had plunged into the Karnali River at around 3:00 this afternoon.   Among the deceased are …

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Over 1,800 cottage and small industries registered in Kathmandu

A total of 1,819 industries have been registered at the Office of the Cottage and Small Industries in Kathmandu in the past ten month of current fiscal year. Indira Gautam, Spokesperson of the Industries said that 275 industries related to production, 616 related to tourism, 859 related to service, 68 related to agriculture and one related to science and technology …

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Ethiopia on top Nepal in 3rd in world’s fastest-growing economies in 2017

Ethiopia is the fastest-growing economy in 2017, according to the World Bank’s latest edition of Global Economic Prospects. Ethiopia’s GDP is forecast to grow by 8.3% in 2017. By contrast, global growth is projected to be 2.7%. The East African country’s accelerating growth comes on the back of government spending on infrastructure. However, borrowing to finance Ethiopia’s large public infrastructure …

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Nepal Olympic Committee held a meeting with the representatives

NOC held a meeting with the representatives of the affiliated associations with regards to the upcoming Olympic day and the 13th South Asian Games slated to be held on Nepal in March 2019. Under the aegis of President of NOC Jeevan Ram Shrestha a brief meeting was held where discussions and plans about the upcoming week long  17th– 23rd June, …

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Disabled Bosnian boy beats odds to become swimming champion

In this photo taken on Thursday, June 8, 2017, Ismail Zulfic rests at the edge of of the Olympic swimming pool in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Six-year-old Bosnian boy Ismail Zulfic was born without arms and with a deformed foot into a society that often neglects and marginalizes children with disabilities. But his parents and an inspirational sports instructor have helped him …

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President of Nepal enacts bill on local level election

KATHMANDU: President Bidya Devi Bhandari on Friday has certified the bill of local level election endorsed by the Legislature-Parliament on June 8. The enactment was in accordance with the Article 113.2 of the Constitution, according to a statement issued by the President’s Office.

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French serial killer Charles Sobhraj admitted to hospital for heart surgery

A notorious French criminal who earned the nickname “bikini killer” for a string of murders throughout Asia in the 1970s, was admitted to a hospital here today, where he is expected to undergo open heart surgery, sources said. Charles Sobhraj, 73, who is currently serving a life sentence, was taken to hospital for tests, his lawyer and mother-in-law Sakuntala Thapa …

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Amnesty releases report ‘Turning people into profits’

Amnesty International has today released a report ‘Turning People into Profits’ bringing the issue of abusive recruitment, trafficking and forced labour of Nepali migrant workers into light. The report was prepared by holding talks with 127 workers of eight districts who had returned from overseas employment, 22 foreign employment entrepreneurs, four local ‘agents’ and district local officers as well as …

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