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Saturday Sep 30, 2023


Two people killed in firing incidents in Dera Ismail

Mar 23, 2023
Two people were killed in separate incidents of firing, Dawn reported citing police

MC expresses concern over writ against party chair Dahal

Mar 5, 2023
The CPN (MC) has said the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has been assessing the incidents dating back to the decade long People's War.

Criminal groups will be booked: PM Dahal

Mar 2, 2023
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has expressed his serious concerns to the incidents of attack on Nyasimkhola Hydropower Project.

Houses, temple collapse in Joshimath's Singhdhar

Jan 14, 2023
Several houses collapsed at Singhdhar in the Joshimath town of Uttarakhand in the midnight hours of January 2 and 3, sources said.

Prince claims he was physically attacked

Jan 5, 2023
Prince Harry has detailed shocking incidents from his personal life in his autobiography 'Spare', which is set to be published.

201 fire calls in Delhi reported on Diwali

Oct 25, 2022
Despite a complete ban on firecrackers in the national capital, the Fire Department received as many as 201 calls during Diwali.

Two dead in accidents

Oct 13, 2022
According to the district police office, two people died in separate incidents in Makwanpur.

Resumption of Karnali highway to take time

Oct 11, 2022
Karnali highway disrupted due to incessant rains will take some days more for resumption.

Three killed in separate incidents in Sarlahi

Oct 24, 2021
Three people have been killed in separate accidents in Sarlahi district

Monsoon engulfs 3,180 houses, 900 damaged

Aug 29, 2021
A total of 3,180 houses have been inundated due to floods during the current monsoon season.

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