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  5 Held For Shop Break-in
       DAMAN RAI  
    KHOTANG, Sept 1: Police have arrested five people on the charge of their involvement in looting Ratna Acharya’s shop located at district headquarters, Diktel.

According to police, the arrestees are identified as Saroj Rai, Sandesh Rai, Prem Bishwakarma, Dinesh Bishwakarma and Saroj Acharya.

  Mid Hill-Highway Expansion Risks Human Settlement
    BAGLUNG, Sept 1: Baglung town people are scared of their possible displacement in course of expansion of Mid-Hill Highway – the national pride project of Nepal government.

Local denizens have demanded seeking alternative route of the highway stating hundreds of households of municipal area would go displaced if the project-stipulated criteria of vacating 25-metre each on both sides of the road was enforced.

  Govt Has Tough Challenge To Make 1.7m People Literate In A Year
    KATHMANDU, Aug 31: Literate Nepal Mission, under which the government aimed to make 1.74 million people literate within a year -- by mid-July 2015, has turned out to be a major challenge.

The mission, launched in January 2013, and being implemented through the Non Formal Education Centre (NFEC) has been allocated Rs 1.05 billion this year for making 1.745334 million people literate.

  13 SSPs Recommended For DIG Promotion
    Kathmandu, Sept 1: Promotion Committee of the Nepal Police has recommended names of 13 Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) to be promoted to the post of Deputy Inspector General (DIG), on Sunday.

A meeting of the committee on Sunday midnight decided to recommend SSPs-- Ram Kumar Khanal, Manohar Prasad Rimal, Purna Singh Khadka , Pashupati Upadhayaya and Devendra Subedi—for the promotion.

  Assuming Fake Identity
    Women aspiring to work abroad are forced to accept forged passport by employment agents -- thanks to flawed labor law

KATHMANDU, Aug 31:Perhaps she was too naïve to understand the perils of carrying someone else´s identity and leave the country for foreign employment.

 Bina Bhattarai flew to Saudi Arabai when she was just seventeen and worked there for four years. But she never had her citizenship which is mandatory to obtain a passport.

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