Saturday May 21, 2022
Saturday May 21, 2022

Police

Voting suspended at two polling booths in Saptari

May 13, 2022
Locals manhandled the polling officer and also smashed the ballot box.

Two UML candidates under police control for security

May 12, 2022
Locals demanded action against them saying both of the candidates violated the Election Code of Conduct.

Period of silence from midnight today

May 10, 2022
The silence period of the local level election is starting from midnight today.

Drivers urged not to drive fast or surpass others

May 5, 2022
Police have launched an awareness campaign for drivers and co-drivers after five people were killed in a road accident at Badhubensi

Police start search for TIA bomb threat caller

May 4, 2022
The passengers were evacuated and search operation began.

Greenbelt officers shoot, wound man with knife

May 4, 2022
Two Maryland police officers shot and wounded a man with a knife during a call for a person experiencing mental health issues on Monday.

Man arrested with almost 1 kg gold

May 3, 2022
He was chased and arrested by police while trying to flee as soon as he saw them.

2 people rescued 50 hours after China building collapse

May 2, 2022
Two people were rescued Sunday from the rubble of a building in central China more than 50 hours after it collapsed, leaving dozens trapped or missing.

Police arrest 9 after building collapses

May 1, 2022
Chinese police arrested a building owner and eight other people Sunday, two days after the structure collapsed, leaving dozens trapped or missing.

Man killed in East Chitwan tiger attack

May 1, 2022
Dahal was attacked by a tiger this morning while he was going to cut grass.




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