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  5yo Kid Raped In Gorkha
    GORKHA, July 28: Police have arrested Dhan Bahadur Gurung, 23, of Bandipur, Tanahun for allegedly raping a 5-year-old girl.

According to victim, Gurung, currently residing in Manakamana-7 raped her in maize filed on July 21 and threated her not to share the incident.

  Six Injured In An Acid Attack In Jajarkot
    JAJARKOT, July 28: As many as six persons were injured when acid thrown at a man caught others nearby in Jajarkot district following a minor dispute on Sunday.
Jagat Sunar sustained critical injuries when his nephew Arjun Sunar attacked him with acid. Two others sitting nearby Jagat have sustained serious acid burns to their body, police said.

Arjun is learnt to have poured the acid on his uncle to take revenge for injuring him during a clash on the same day.

  Nuwakot River Sweeps Away Sexagenerian
    NUWAKOT,July 28: An elderly person has died after he was swept away by a flooded rivulet on Sunday evening.

According to a local, 68-years-old Babu Kaji Shrestha, of Thnasing-8, Tindhare was swept away by the Bhunjungle river.

  Aircraft Wheels Deflate While Landing At TIA
    KATHMANDU, July 28: Rear left wheels of a Biman Bangladesh aircraft deflated while landing at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) on Monday afternoon.

Both two left wheels of the aircraft that arrived Kathmandu from Dhaka, Bangladesh deflated at the runway.

  Patients Hit Hard As Strike Continues At Bir Hospital
    KATHMANDU, July 28: Residential Doctors´ Association of the National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS) has continued protest programs on Monday as well citing that the Bir Hospital itself has turned ´sick´.

The doctors have closed down all services except emergency service in the hospital.

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