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House Panel Seeks Info On Nepalis In Latin American Jails
SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
KATHMANDU, Jan 30: Parliament’s Committee for Social Justice and Human Rights on Thursday directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) to furnish details of Nepalis who are languishing in jails in Latin American countries.

The committee has also asked MoFA to find out the situation of Nepalis who tried to reach the USA via illegal routes and fell prey to human traffickers.
Putalisadak-Baagbazar Road Expansion Gathers Pace
SANGEET SANGROULA
KATHMANDU, Jan 30 : Road expansion work along a busy Baagbazar-Putalisadak stretch finally seems to be gathering pace.

Workers can be seen digging for installing sewerage pipelines, making support walls for pavements and demolishing illegally constructed buildings along the road. The entire street is currently strewn with construction materials and pipes for sewerage.
7,000 To Be Trained For Teaching In English
REPUBLICA
KATHMANDU, Jan 30 : The government is preparing to train 7,000 teachers with a view to using English as a language of instruction in community schools.

Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, Executive Director of the Educational Manpower Development Centre (EMDC) Khaga Raj Baral said, “We felt this necessity of training teachers after community schools started using English as a language of instruction.”
Unable To Afford Treatment, Dalit Girl Battles For Life
SIDDHARAJ RAI
DHANKUTA, Jan 30  : Sujata Pariyar of Jitpur VDC-5, Dhankuta is battling for life and her chances of survival are very slim because her family simply cannot afford her treatment.

Pariyar had sustained serious injuries to her head after an unidentified person thrashed her last Monday while she was alone at home.
Blind Man's Wife Struggles To Care For Blind Daughters
DAMAN RAI
KHOTANG, Jan 30  : When most of their friends leave in the morning for school or for work in the fields, sisters Kabita Bhujel,18, and Dhanmaya Bhujel, 15, of Chitapokhari VDC-3, Khotang district lie silent in their beds. They wait for their mother Dhanmaya Bhujel or descend to the kitchen on their own with the use of canes.

It has been a huge struggle all along for Dhanmaya to raise her daughters, who were born blind. Even now, in the peak of their teen years, they need her support while walking about with their canes. And it is not only her daughters. Dhanmaya is also the sole caretaker of her husband Sarkay Bhujel, who is likewise blind.
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