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Minor charred to death, 30 houses gutted in Rautahat fire

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RAUTAHAT, April 24:A massive fire at Maharani Village of Bramhapur VDC-8 claimed life of a minor and left an elderly woman seriously injured on Thursday.

The fire, which is still wreaking havoc with the dalit settlement, has already reduced 30 houses to the ashes. According to locals, the inferno starting from the house belonging to Ram Sogarath Gosai has charred his 3 years old grandson Kish Gosai to death. [More]

  ''Suicide is preventable''  
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Why do people commit suicide?

Killing oneself is not a normal occurrence. It’s a disastrous outcome of a chronic mental illness, recent trauma or psychological disorder that has gone overlooked, ignored, suppressed or untreated. A person reaches a suicidal stage after a lot of emotional turmoil. These people don’t lack willpower. They are ill. It’s possible to cure them with the right medication and therapy.

Is suicide restricted to a certain age group in Nepal?


It’s usually witnessed among young adults and elderly.

 
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