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Mechi-Mahakali Cycle Journey For Constitution Writing
Myrepublica
PARASI, Nov 27: Two youths of Nawalparasi district have commenced a Mechi-Mahakali cycle journey in a bid to pile pressure for timely constitution promulgation.

Tirtharaj Pangeni and Kamal Neupane of Ramnagar of Nawalparasi have started the trip today with the target to cover 1,065 kms in 12 days.
103 Forest Officials Resign In Eastern Region
Myrepublica
BIRATNAGAR, Nov 27: A total of 103 officials of the forestry service have resigned from different districts in the eastern region after the anti-graft body expedited investigations regarding submitting fake educational qualification certificates.

The Regional Forest Directorate, Biratnagar, said that those resigning officials include foresters, rangers, forest guards and others.
Rolpa Leads The Way In Teacher Recruitment
HIRA BAHADUR GHARTI MAGAR
ROLPA, Nov 27: At a time when a significant number of teachers who recently passed the exams conducted by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) for permanent teaching job are yet to get postings at public schools across the country, Rolpa, the epicenter of the Maoist insurgency, has a different tale. In Rolpa, the newly-selected teachers have already got their postings.

Altogether 12 teachers who passed the TSC´s examination have been recruited as permanent secondary level teachers in Rolpa district. One of them is Jhuma Kumari Gharti Magar, who has been sent to Araniko Higher Secondary School at Nuwagaun VDC-5.
Teachers Coerced Into Becoming Combatant Await Reinstatement
NIRJANA SHARMA
KATHMANDU, Nov 27: Having earned a master´s degree in English, Bishnu Dahal returned his home in Tehrathum district where he got a job as a temporary teacher.

It was 1994. And the Maoist war was still in the making. Seven years after he started working as an English teacher at Shree Sejung Higher Secondary School of Tehrathum, his life suddenly turned upside down.
SAARC Brings Down Patient Flow
REPUBLICA
KATHMANDU, Nov 27 : The ongoing 18th summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) has led to low patient flow at some major hospitals in Kathmandu.

Bir Hospital, one of the capital´s busiest hospitals, treated only around 150 patients at its Out-patient Department (OPD) on Wednesday. Normally, the OPD sees around 2,000 patients per day.
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