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  One Arrested With Red Panda Hide
       Nirajan Poudel  
    RASUWA, Sept 15: One person has been arrested with Red Panda hide from Dhaibung-5, Kalikasthan of the district.

Nepal Army (NA) arrested Purwa Tamang of Deurali, Nuwakot while he was ferrying the contraband by hiding in a sack of potatoes on a bus en route to Kathmandu from Syaprubeshi.

  Democratic Fighter, Social Worker Giri Passes Away
    KATHMANDU, Sept 15: A democratic fighter, social worker and educationalist Chetanananda Giri passed away last Wednesday at Satyanarayan Temple premises Latikoili, Surkhet.

He was 102 years old. He had contributed to establish several schools in Bheri and Karnali Zone.

  No Medicine At Rural Health Institutes
    JAJARKOT, Sept. 15: People have been bearing the brunt of not having medicine at the health institutes in their villages.

The District Health Office has not provided medicine as per the demand, said Ram Bahadur Thapa, Chief at Dashera Health Centre, adding that number of patients was growing but there was no medicine to prescribe.

  Forest Users Learning To Cope With Climate Stress On Water
       OM ASTHA RAI  
    DANG, Sept 14: In June this year, thousands of farmers, especially in Nepal´s western region, were wrestling with rain deficit, constantly gazing toward the sky devoid of monsoon clouds.

In some areas badly affected by the weak monsoon, farmers were seen irrigating their parched crop fields with water supplied through pipes.
But, in Hapur village of Dang district, the picture was entirely different. Even as farmers reeled under the drought-like situation elsewhere, the Hapur villagers remained unaffected.

  Public Awareness On Climate Change
    ITAHARI, Sept. 15: A two-day orientation camp on climate change and its effects has concluded here on Sunday.

The training camp having the representation of 70 persons from environment, media, law, agriculture was initiated from Panchkanya area of Sunsari and reached to different districts including Morang, Sunsari, Saptari, Siraha, Bara, Parsa, Rautahat, Kathmandu, Pokhara, Dhanusha and Mahottari.

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