KATHMANDU, May 24: Police has held eight persons including Ramesh Rajak while bargaining two sets black diamond (30,24/30,24 Caret) from Lainchaur on Wednesday afternoon.

KATHMANDU, May 24: Main opposition party Nepali Congress  President Sher Bahadur Deuba has said the policy and programs presented by the government in  parliament for the upcoming fiscal year lack any novelty.

KATHMANDU, May 24: It may be just a coincidence or a changing trend. Most ministers in the incumbent government including Prime Minister KP Oli himself are found to have property mainly in the names of their spouses.

KATHMANDU, May 24: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has threatened to publicly brand government officials and agencies not implementing the commission's recommendations as 'human rights violators'.

BIRGUNJ, May 24: With the quake reconstruction picking up pace in quake-ravaged Nepal of late, production of construction materials within the country too has increased to meet the market demand.

SIRAHA, May 24: On 25 October 2016, an expecting mother Rambatti Devi of Aurahi village of Siraha was rushed to Lila Madan Polyclinic following excessive bleeding.

RAUTAHAT, May 24: A woman was brutally beaten by her brother-in-law and his family members in Rautahat on Monday alleging her of practicing witchcraft.

BUTWAL, May 24: A year ago, when the government announced to conduct local elections for the first time in 20 years, Jamuna Gautam of Tilottama Municipality was extremely happy.

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KATHMANDU, May 23: Dr Jeet Joshi who was born in Tanahu, a district in province 4 had reached the United States of America some three decades ago in course of his study has become the first Nepali to serve as a dean of a university there.