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´Positive Aspects Of International Literature Should Be Internalized´
KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Minister Law Narahari Acharya has said that Nepali literature should acknowledge the positive developments seen in literature in its international arena.

At a seminar on ´Literature in present world context and criticism´ organized by Nepal Academy in the capital Friday, Minister Acharya said that there was co-relation between literature and criticism and both the issues should not be separated while developing point of view. Saying that the tradition of literary criticism has no long history, he said that sufficiency of literary pieces would help in development of criticism.
Construction Companies Feted For Timely Completion Of Bridge And Road
KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Two construction companies were feted on Friday for completing their task before the scheduled time.

Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Bhimalendra Nidhi honoured those involved in Nepal´s longest Karnali bridge and Kohalpur-Nepalgunj road project amid a programme held at the Ministry.
Thamel To Be Equipped With Solar Lamps
KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Thamel, a tourist hub in the capital, is to be equipped with solar street lamps so as to keep this busy area illuminated round-the-clock.

Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) with the support from the Asian Development Bank has so far installed 18 solar lamps in front of the Tridevimarga-based Provident Fund building and behind Ascol campus. The installation of solar lamp has also beautified Thamel, according to NEA chair Ramsharan Thapaliya.
Three Die, One Injured In Separate Accidents
SAPTARI, Feb 27: Two persons died and one other was injured in separate road accidents in Saptari district.

Ram Chandra Chaudhary, 23, of Hanumannagar VDC-4 of the district died on the spot after the bus (Na 5 Kha 1777) heading to the West from East knocked his motorcycle (Se 2 Pa 3121) at Kalyanpur along the East-West Highway, according to the Area Police Office.
82 Yrs Of Average Life Expectancy In KTM While 36 Yrs In Jumla
KATHMANDU, Feb 27: There is a vast difference in the life expectancy between people of rural and urban areas.

According to the Department of Health Services, a child born in Kathmandu has 82 years of average life expectancy whereas a child born in Jumla has only 36 years.
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