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  DEO Illegally Raises Money From Newly Recruited Teachers
       ASSOCIATED PRESS  
 
    PALPA, Aug 29: The District Education Office (DEO), Palpa, has raised money illegally from the new teachers who were recruited recently after passing the Teachers´ Service Commission exams in the district.

The DEO collected Rs. 2,000 each from the secondary level teachers, Rs. 1,500 from lower secondary level teachers and Rs. 1,000 from primary level teachers.

 
  HSEB Likely To Publish 10+2 Science Results Today
       MYREPUBLICA  
 
    KATHMANDU, Aug 28: Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) Nepal is likely to publish results of plus two under science stream on Friday.

“Almost all the preparation has been completed. Most probably the results will be published today evening,” Krishna Ghimire, Deputy Controller at HSEB Nepal, told Republica.

 
  DEO Illegally Raises Money From Newly Recruited Teachers
       RSS  
 
    PALPA, Aug 29: The District Education Office (DEO), Palpa, has raised money illegally from the new teachers who were recruited recently after passing the Teachers´ Service Commission exams in the district.

The DEO collected Rs. 2,000 each from the secondary level teachers, Rs. 1,500 from lower secondary level teachers and Rs. 1,000 from primary level teachers.

 
  Three Of Single Family Killed In Nuwakot Landslide
       NIRAJAN POUDEL  
 
    NUWAKOT, Aug 29: Three members of single family were killed in a landslide here in Belkot-1, Birtamod of the district on early Friday morning.

According to District Police Office, the deceased have been identified as Ganga Dhakal, 27, her five-year-old son Nabin Dhakal and three-year old daughter Garima Dhakal.

 
  Lhasa's Drepung Monastery Comes Alive For Shoton Festival
       CILLA KHATRY  
 
    LHASA, Aug 28: The usually quiet city came to life with hundreds of people, if not thousands, thronging the Drepung Monastery in Lhasa, capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR). They came as early as five in the morning for the Shoton festival that started this year, according to the Tibetan calendar, on August 25.

"This is a regional Tibetan festival and it´s celebrated in different parts of Tibet," says Zou Yuheng, a staffer at the TAR Information Office, explaining that Drepung Monastery in Lhasa, which is the largest monastery in the world, is the main venue for the festival

 
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