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Bus-hit kills Indian national in capital

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KATHMANDU, April 23: A woman pedestrian died on the spot when a bus, Ba 2 Kha 5087, hit her at Gaushala Chowk  in the capital on Wednesday morning.

The victim is identified as Indian national Hira Devi Gupta, 64, of Kolkata, currently living in Kalimati, Kathmandu, said Inspector Shukdev Khanal of Metropolitan Traffic Police Circle, Gaushala. [More]

  EXPAT SPEAKS For quality education  
  BY ROSHANI DHAMALA  
 
British Council connects students internationally and facilitates learners who want to learn or teach English, or study in the UK. But besides these, British Council Nepal has also been working to improve the quality of school education in Nepal through various means, like students exchange and teachers training programs.

The Week’s Roshani Dhamala met with Mr. Brendan McSharry, OBE, and Country Director of British Council Nepal, to talk about his experience in Nepal, the quality of English teaching in Nepal, and British Council’s plans and policies to help improve it.

 
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