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  80 Families At High Risk Of Landslide
    PALPA, Sept 3: As many as 80 families of Birkot and Gejha VDCs of the district are at high risk of landslide.

All 32 households of Birkot-8, Machabari are vulnerable to mudslide. At least 64 members of seven households of the same settlement had gone missing last year due to natural disaster.

  Rapist Arrested
    RUKUM, Sept 3: Police caught Bhime Oli, 36, of Garayala-4 on charge of raping and impregnating a girl child.

Oli was arrested for allegedly raping a thirteen-year-old girl next to his home. Guardians of the victim said she was raped on last May 11 and is with a five-month embryo.

  Melamchi Tunnel Construction In Snail Pace
    MELAMCHI, Sept 3: The construction of Melamchi drinking water project´s tunnel is moving ahead in a snail pace.

The Italian Company CMC that started tunnel construction works on last February has dug out only two-and-a-half kilometers during the period of last seven months.

  EIS Introduced To Cut Road Accidents
    KATHMANDU, Sept 2:To minimize road accidents along the Banepa-Bardibas road section, the Department of Roads (DoR) has introduced Emergency Information System (EIS) to provide latest information about rainfall, road accidents and road status to vehicles using the route.

According to the traffic police, road accidents have increased along the route by 58 percent. EIS, a road safety program, would create awareness about road safety as well, said Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) issuing a press statement on Tuesday.

  Hospital Seeks Resources To Deal With Ebola
    KATHMANDU, Sept 2:Officials at Sukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital (STIDH) have urged the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) to equip the hospital with necessary infrastructures to deal with possible Ebola outbreak.

“We do not have anything to deal with the Ebola related cases,” Dr Kedar Prasad Century, director at the hospital said, adding that the hospital has already submitted lists of necessary equipment to the ministry.

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