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  National Art Museum Attracts More Domestic Tourist
    Bhaktapur, July 31: The National Art Museum at the Bhaktapur Durbar Square has been a centre of attraction for domestic tourists in particular.

Museum chief Aruna Nakarmi informed that although it is generally thought that foreign tourists are visiting the museum in more numbers it was not the case. There are more Nepali tourists visiting it than foreign tourists.

  Special Puja For Rinpoche's Last Rites Begins
    KATHMANDU, July 31: A special worship has been performed at the Syarvan Monastery at local Raniban today in connection with performing the last rites of the Buddhist guru Shamar Kunzig Rinpoche.

The funeral rites of the 14th Rinpoche are to be carried out today and the special worships were performed in that connection. As part of the special worship, all the antecedent rituals before the funeral were carried out as per the Tibetan Buddhist tradition with the chanting of the Buddhist scriptures.

  Motorcyclist Killed In Dang Road Mishap
    DANG, July 31: A man died in a bike accident here at Lalmatiya, Deaukhuri of the district on Wednesday night.

According to Area Police Office, Bhaluwang, the deceased has been identified as Jiwan Rawat of Ghorahi-9.

  Health Post Remains Closed For The Past Three Months
    JAJARKOT, July 31: Patients have been hit hard after the health post at Rimi VDC in Dolpa district has remained closed for the past three months.

The health post was closed after the only assistant health worker working at the post went for the training for six months.

  Acute Food Shortage In Northern Sankhuwasabha
       BHIM DEWAN  
    SANKHUWASABHA, July 30: Food crisis has badly hit normal life in northern parts of Sankhuwasabha district due to road obstruction triggered by landslide at Hatiya VDC-4.
Hatiya VDC, also known as Bhot Khola in the district, is located 30 miles north of district headquarters, Khandbari.

Acute shortage of food is adversely affecting thousands of locals from Hatiya, Kimathanka, and Chepuwa VDCs in the district after a road section at Najiu Chautara of Hatiya VDC-4 was swept away by a landslide a few days ago.

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