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  Mahabir Pun Receives Jonathan B. Postel Service Award
    MYAGDI, July 24: Magsaysay prize winner Mahabir Pun has been honored with a coveted award from Internet Society. The Internet Society recognized Pun’s role in bringing Internet to Nepal by increasing digital literacy and education access for the rural people.

The Society on Wednesday announced that its prestigious Jonathan B. Postel Service Award was presented to Mahabir Pun for his key role in bringing Internet to rural Nepal with the founding of the Nepal Wireless Networking Project.

  Nepal's HDI Improves Slightly, States UNDP Report
    KATHMANDU, July 24: Nepal’s Human Development Index (HDI) performance has been satisfactory in improving human development ranking 145th out of 187 countries in 2014, according to the Human Development Report released in Tokyo Thursday by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

Nepal´s ranking was 157th in 2013.

  Police Detain 9 Women Heading Gulf Via India
    RAUTAHAT, July 24: Police have detained nine women while they were entering India for flying to Gulf countries for foreign jobs, on Wednesday.

A joint team of police and representatives from an organization detained them along with two others manpower agents from Gaur border entry point.

  Salleri Folks Compelled To Consume Contaminated Water
    Solukhumbu, July 24: Number of people suffering from different diseases due to consumption of contaminated water has increased at the district headquarters, Salleri.

Score of patients visiting different hospitals and health posts after suffering from water-borne disease is on the rise. Health workers said that contaminated water is the main cause behind the increasing number of patients suffering from water-borne disease.

  Number Of Criminal Case Up In Mahottari
    GAUSHALA, July 24: Number of criminal incidents has increased in Mahottari district in the last fiscal year (2070-71 BS). A total of 353 incidents of crime had taken place in the district during one year period.

A total of 353 different types of crimes including rape, suicide, murder and attempt to murder had been filed at the District Police Office (DPO), Mahottari, in the last fiscal year.

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