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Self-immolation Triggered By Unbearable Trauma
SHREEJANA SHRESTHA
Decoding self-burning

KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Case 1

Perhaps Saroj Damai, 18, did not know that he will have to bid farewell to the world forever when he decided to burn himself.
Nepal May Not Meet MDG On Education For Disabled
NIRJANA SHARMA
KATHMANDU, Feb 28 :With the deadline for Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 2015 coming to a close soon, Nepal seems unlikely to meet its target on ensuring education to the disabled children under the MDG.

Only 20 percent of the disabled children of school going age have been enrolled in primary schools, which is far below the MDG target of making primary education accessible to 75 percent of disabled children. The net enrollment rate of the children of school going age at grade one stands at 95.65 percent, according to a flash report of the Department of Education (DoE).
Over 200 Nepali Children Studying In Bihar School
MITHILESH YADAV
LAUKAHA, India, Feb 28 : Over two hundred Nepali children from Thadhi village of Siraha district are studying at Rajakiya Kanya Madhya School situated in Laukaha, a town in the Indian state of Bihar.

According to locals of Thadhi village, they felt compelled to send their children across the border to the Indian town lack of good schools in their own locality.
´Positive Aspects Of International Literature Should Be Internalized´
MyREPUBLICA
KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Minister Law Narahari Acharya has said that Nepali literature should acknowledge the positive developments seen in literature in its international arena.

At a seminar on ´Literature in present world context and criticism´ organized by Nepal Academy in the capital Friday, Minister Acharya said that there was co-relation between literature and criticism and both the issues should not be separated while developing point of view. Saying that the tradition of literary criticism has no long history, he said that sufficiency of literary pieces would help in development of criticism.
Construction Companies Feted For Timely Completion Of Bridge And Road
MyREPUBLICA
KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Two construction companies were feted on Friday for completing their task before the scheduled time.

Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Bhimalendra Nidhi honoured those involved in Nepal´s longest Karnali bridge and Kohalpur-Nepalgunj road project amid a programme held at the Ministry.
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