GULMI, JULY 23: On February 12, Sarita Khatri, 23, of what was former Darbar Devisthan VDC-3, filed a complaint against her husband at the District Police Office (DPO), Gulmi, accusing him of making her life hell. Five days later, police called both of them for reconciliation and the issue was resolved. On March 13, Puja Budhathoki, 24, of Resunga Municipality-14, filed a complaint against her husband Bam Bahadur BK, 25, accusing him of keep beating her. Though police tried to resolve the issue, Puja was not ready for reconciliation. She instead approached the District Court. These two women are only the representatives of the dozens of domestic violence cases registered at the DPO.
GULMI, June 24: With just four days left before second phase local elections, political leaders and candidates are busy in canvassing voters. Candidates have intensified their door-to-door visits to request for votes.
GULMI, June 24: Much has changed in the country since the 1997 local elections. The monarchy is gone and the country has been declared a republic. But the locals in Gulmi are witnessing the same old faces yet again in the second round of local elections slated for June 28.
GULMI, March 1: A man has killed his wife in Ismarajsthal VDC of the district. Yam Bahadur Aryal, 59, stabbed her wife Kamal Aryal, 45, with a Khukuri and then hit her with a stone, killing her on Tuesday morning.
GULMI, Feb 28: A man has killed his wife in Ismarajsthal VDC of the district. Yam Bahadur Aryal, 59, stabbed her wife Kamal Aryal, 45, with a Khukuri and then hit her with a stone, killing her on Tuesday morning.