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Jobs At Home Spares Villagers Ordeals Of Seasonal Migration
DB BUDHA
JUMLA, Nov 25: Employment opportunities recently created in Dhapa VDC of Jumla district has prevented many locals from migrating to India in search of seasonal jobs. The locals, who went to India in the past, have started working in their own localities in the district.

The job opportunities are being created under the Karnali Employment Program (KEP). The program is being implemented in two districts of Karnali zone: Jumla and Kalikot.
'Measures To Protect Women From Violence Inadequate'
SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
BANGKOK, Nov 25: Asia and the Pacific region still lack sufficient measures to protect women and girls from violence and to prosecute perpetrators of violence against them, stakeholders have concluded.

Issuing a ministerial declaration on the final day of the four-day conference on ´Asian and Pacific Conference on Gender Equality and Women´s Empowerment: Beijing +20 Review´, jointly organized by United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and UN Women, they said insufficient measures to address the high rates of violence against women remains one of the serious challenges in achieving gender goals in the region.
Ram's Wedding Procession In Janakpur
MyREPUBLICA
JANAKPUR, Nov 24: The cultural Ramjanaki wedding procession that started from India´s Ayodhaya reached Janakpur on Monday.

The wedding procession was greeted with a reception at Pipara in Mahottari. Responding to the call of Hindu sages and saints, the locals of various villages welcomed the arrival of the procession with garland.
Jewelry Owner Looter Held In Kathamndu
MyREPUBLICA
KATHAMNDU, Nov 24 : A man on the run after robbing precious metals and cash from a jewelry owner at bhotebahal, brandishing Khukari on Saturday has been arrested on Monday.

A squad of police deployed from Metropolitan Police Crime Division (MPCD) nabbed Prakash Koirala for stealing  precious metals worth Rs 2.4 million and 50 thousand in cash from Nandalal Koirala.
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