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Family breakups a price of working abroad

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PYUTHAN, April 15 : Falling prey to ‘fake lovers’ is a tendency on the rise among the wives of migrant workers, who faithfully sent home their hard-earned money. This is resulting in family breakdowns, with the children the worst affected, according to police. They did not, however, have any exact records.

“We can safely say that such cases are simply on the rise. However, since these cases are reported only after things get really bad or when our help is being sought, we cannot keep exact records,” said DSP Deepak Regmi, chief of police in Pyuthan district. “Such cases have become kind of common,” he added. [More]

  What's next for Sashi?  
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Sashi Rawal is best known for her popular songs such as ‘Chahana Sakiyo’ and ‘Timro Haat Saamai’ from ‘Entrance’ and ‘Saathi’ –her first and second albums, respectively. Presently occupied with her third album ‘Ritto Ritto,’ Sashi says she’s also busy with social work and directing music videos.

“Two songs, ‘Nepal’ and ‘Ritto Ritto’ from my next album have already been released. Work on the video for another song is currently going on,” she informs. Her new album will be out in two months and will contain five songs, she adds.

 
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