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  Fire Guts Hundred Houses In Saptari
    RAJBIRAJ, April 23 : Around one hundred houses have been gutted in two VDCs of Saptari in fresh incidents of fire on Tuesday night.

According to the District Police Office of Saptari, property worth millions of rupees was destroyed in fire that broke out in Jhutaki and Inarwa VDCs in the district.

  International Road Safety Week Being Observed
    KATHMANDU, April 23 : UN Global Road Safety Week is being observed in the Kathmandu Valley by organizing various public awareness programs on road safety from Wednesday.

Nepal Automobile Sports Association (NASA), Swatantrata Abhiyan Nepal and Road Safety Forum-Nepal are jointly organizing road safety awareness campaigns, public hearings, rallies, including women bikers rally, quiz contest and helmet distribution program to observe the week.

  Income Of Patan Museum Increases
    LALITPUR, April 23: Although the number of visitors to the Patan Museum came down this year, the income increased by Rs. 215,000.

The number came down by 1,113, but income increased as compared to last year, said Officer of Patan Museum Suresh Man Lakhe.

  First Green House Satellite In Nepal
    SURKHET, April 23: A greenhouse satellite nursery has been established in Surkhet for the first time in Nepal. It has been established at Bhairab Community Forest at Birendranagar -4. It is established in the land provided by the Community Forest Users Group in empty land, said District Forest Officer of Surkhet Shambhu Prasad Chaurasiya.

The Rs. 2.5 million nursery is assisted by Dabur Nepal, Bhairab Community Forest, SNV and High Value Agro Products Development Project, said Chaurasiya.

  Man Hammers Friend To Death Over Minor Dispute
    BHOJPUR, April 23: A person killed his own friend after a verbal altercation triggered a fatal fight among them at Bhojpur district headquarters on Wednesday.

Following a petty bickering, Govina BK, of Bhojpur-3, attacked Ashok Gurung, 30 with an iron hammer instantly killing him on the spot, police informed.

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