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  • Madhesh Needs Afforestation - Suresh Mandal

    Manoj banaita Siraha, April 10 : "Change in Climate is the environmental challenge of this generation, and it is imperative that we act before it's too late.", said Suresh Mandal, the state minister of province -2. In a 'Dust bin' distribution programme organized by District Forest Office Siraha, minister Mandal stated so. A dozen of Dust Bin were setup in Lahan's Ra.U. Ma Memorial hospital by Madal.   After the cleaniness programme Mr. Mandal said ," Good hygiene or cleanliness is a basic requirement for good health. The importance becomes much more in a hospital setting, where sick

    • Publish Date July 25, 1962
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  • Massive Storm Kills 32 In Bara, Hundreds of People Are Injured

    Manoj Banaita Siraha: 32 people have died and multiple structures have been damaged or destroyed in severe weather that hit in Bara and Parsa of Southern Nepal(Madhesh). Ahead of a strong line of storms expected to make its way in Madhesh. Severe weather cells popped up Sunday evening. Hundreds of people are injured. More than 1000 people have been displaced. A massive storm has severely damaged crops and tiled roofs of Bara and Parsa district. People in Bara have suffered damage due to the storm of enormous magnitude that hit the region at a time when the locals had started recuperating from

    • Publish Date July 16, 1962
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  • Mayor of Lahan: Vows Much, Does Nothing

    Manoj Banaita Lahan, 26 March : First rule of leadership is "everything is your fault." but it is not in the case of lahan. Muni Sah, the mayor of Lahan, does not try to accept his fault rather he tries to spend his time for false means. It is said “A leader is best when people barely know he exists, not so good when people obey and acclaim him, worse when they despise him. But of a good leader who talks little when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: We did it ourselves.” The condition of Lahan is worsening day by day due to lack of good leadership. There is high

    • Publish Date July 10, 1962
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  • Unhealthy Competition in Lahan Drives The Students To Other Cities

    Manoj Karn Principal LMC College Lahan Lahan, 26 March: Every year majority of SEE passed students shift from Lahan for their quality education. Most of them make Kathmandu as their further destination whereas few choose Biratnagar. The depth of reality of migrating SEE students to search other cities, is unhealthy and unfair competition here. To check this problematic issues of the Colleges at Lahan need to compete fairly. There should be healthy competition . The word "competition" fuels energy, action, persistence…. nervousness, impulsivity…selfishness, anger & conflict,

    • Publish Date July 10, 1962
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  • SEE : Latest Technology & Apps. Are Used in Exam For Cheating

     Manoj Banaita Lahan, March 25 : Teachers, Parents and school administration are involved in helping students pass through false means in Siraha. Many thinkers of Lahan expressed their worry over the SEE examination getting undisciplined over the last one decade. One of an exam invigilator said “How can we hold an examination in a disciplined and peaceful manner when teachers, parents and private school administration are involved in helping students pass through false means by using imo, what's app, facebook etc.? ” “Teachers, district education officers, police, parent

    • Publish Date July 9, 1962
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  • Female Farmers of Siraha Attract Towards Pulse (Mausri) Farming

    Manoj Banaita Lahan, March 25 : The female farmers of Siraha are highly attracted towards red lentils which is also called Mausri Dal in Madhesh. They are targeting the latest food security drive seeking to promote the production of Mausri Dal. IFAD, ICARDA and Forward Nepal support the farmers for the seed and say lentils ( Mausri Dal) take shorter periods and have higher returns compared to other grains which has lately been threatened by pests including worms. These organizations are working to encourage the farmers of Siraha for lentils farming. They organise many exhibitions across Sirah

    • Publish Date July 9, 1962
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  • Lahan Festival Plans To Boost Tourism

    Manoj banaita Yadav Lahan : Lahan Festival has commenced in town planning area which is at the back of Pashupati High School Lahan from 25th Chaitra. The festival — organised by Lahan Municipality — will be annual event organised around the theme, Lahan’s Pride and Dignified Presentation. Defence Minister Ishwor Pokharel will inaugurate a procession as a precursor to the festival by lightening candle and cutting ribbon. The procession made a round of town planning area. Various organisations are about to participate in the procession. Various seminars on agriculture, educati

    • Publish Date July 9, 1962
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  • Central Council Meetings of AIM start in Lahan

    Manoj Banaita Lahan, March 17 : -- The meetings of the Alliance for Independent Madhesh (AIM) Central Council started on Sunday in Marawadi Sewa Sadan of Lahan City. The two-day meetings started with the quorum check and approving the agenda, said a member of AIM . It is said that the members of 23 district of Nepal has been invited for this Central Council. The meeting is kept under discipline. Citizenship is compulsory for Participants . Moibile phones are not allowed inside the meeting hall. Members said that the meetings will focus on implementation of mechanisms for its decisions, includ

    • Publish Date July 1, 1962
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  • Betelnut smuggling up, Pick up-Van Under Police Charge

    Manoj Banaita Siraha : A police team of Siraha confiscated betel nuts from a pick-up van. The van was taken under controlled on Ziromile- Bariyarpatti highway of Dhangadhi Mai municipality. The driver along with the van (sa 1 cha 1598) is under inspection. With the help of a secret information, police came in action and checked the van. According to police, the van loaded with betelnut, cardamom, kerosene etc. DSP Madhav Raj Kharel says "the investigation is going on." Betel nuts are first imported from third countries and then are smuggled into India. The customs department has hiked taxes

    • Publish Date June 24, 1962
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  • Agreement Between Dr. Raut and Government Brought Tsunami in Nepal Politics

     Manoj Banaita Siraha: The Supreme Court ordered to release Free Madhes coordinator Dr. CK Raut of Alliance for Independent Madhes in a general date. Dr. Raut renounced his secessionist campaign in a function organised at City Hall in Kathmandu on Friday. After the verdict passed by the supreme court, the programme had been organized by the government. Authorities of Nepal government released him by stating that there was lack of evidence and FIR against him. Just after his releasement, a joint press meeting held in the presence of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. Home Minister Ram Bahadur

    • Publish Date June 23, 1962
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  • Four Activists of Dr.C.K Raut Release

    Manoj Banaita Siraha . Nepal’s government has come under increasing pressure to release four activists of The Alliance for Independent Madhesh led by Dr. C.K Raut. The activists were imprisoned after being accused of fomenting a secessionist campaign. They have freed on bail for 50,000 per head. The Alliance for Independent Madhesh had demanded the release of all the activists who were arrested at the funeral of Late Ram Manohar, a devoted activist of The Alliance for Independent Madhes. According to the source, the released activists are Shyam kumar Yadav, aged 23 from Rajbiraj-11, S

    • Publish Date June 8, 1962
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  • Hooking Kills a Woman in Siraha

    Manoj Banaita Siraha,  - A woman was electrocuted when she came in touch of a naked wire. The deceased has been identified by the police of Dhangadhi as Hajara Khatun (35) of Dhangadhimai -2. Khatun was electrocuted while trying to touch the power wire.   According to the officials, Khatun's neighbour Ali Hussain had left the hooking wire naked which caused her death. Hussain had hooked the electricity for watering the plant. A local says, " Hussain threw the deceased khatun's body to her home after a shock." Dead body of Khatun had taken to Ram Kumar Uma Pra

    • Publish Date June 8, 1962
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  • Police arrested a person with drugs in Siraha

    Manoj Banaita Siraha, February 24 Nepal police arrested a person in Siraha for carrying drugs. Dipendra Kumar Mandal, 19, a resident of Lahan -8 of Siraha was arrested for bringing drugs secretly. The drugs were found in his bags during the search. Mandal was arrested with 30 tablets of nitravet, 9 injections of phenergan, Diejilab 9 and 9 injection of Nuphrene. DSP Madhav Raj Kharel says, " The arrested Mandal is in Police custody in Lahan and further investigation is in progress."

    • Publish Date June 6, 1962
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  • Siraha Police Seized 30 Cubic ft. Illegally kept Timber

    Siraha, 24th February/ A police squad led under the command by the sub inspector, Chandra Narayan Yadav from A.P.O Lahan has confiscated a large amount of illegal timber from Lahan 18. With the help of a secret information, police had searched the house of Ismaail Miya. Police confiscated a large number of illegal logs from the house of Miya. The squad seized 30 cubic feet of logs which were hidden in a room. The market price of those raw logs is estimated to be higher. Confiscated timber has been sent to the District Forest Office Lahan. According to the locals, timber smuggling goes unchec

    • Publish Date June 6, 1962
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  • Police seized a total of 17 kg marijuana in rural municipality Balan Bihul

    Saptari, 23rd february/ Belhi police seized two packets of marijuana in Saptari . Police had planned an ambush in the border area to capture the smugglers after they received the information about drug peddling activities. Meanwhile, a police team led by Sub-Inspector of Belhi post seized 17 kg. of marijuana. According to the police, smugglers threw the packets and crossed the boarder when they felt themselves chasing. Considering the rise in incidents of smuggling of prohibited drugs, police have increased the security checks in Balan Bihul.

    • Publish Date June 6, 1962
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  • As NEA starts earning profit, staff lobby for bonus

    Kathmandu, July 24/ Staff of Nepal Electricity Authority, the state-owned electricity producer, manager and distributor, have demanded that they be provided with a hefty bonus as the entity began earning profit after a long time. The official trade union of the Authority has recently submitted a letter to the Authority’s Managing Director Kul Man Ghising demanding that all the staff be provided with the bonus, equal to their one month pay, on the occasion of its 33rd anniversary being celebrated after few days. The letter signed by the trade union’s Chairman Janardan Bhattarai ar

    • Publish Date November 9, 1961
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  • Foreign employment fraud: Govt receives 2,129 complaints in one year

    Kathmandu, July 24/ The Department of Foreign Employment says it has received as many as 2,129 complaints about fraud cases with assurances of foreign employment in the recently concluded fiscal year 2017/18 (from mid-July 2017 to mid-July 2018). The complainants have claimed that they have been deceived of Rs 1.522 billion in total. In the previous year, the number of complaints was more than the number recorded in 2017/18. However, the amount the victims were defrauded of is significantly more in the later year. In 2016/17, the money that the victims they claimed to have lost was just Rs 7

    • Publish Date November 9, 1961
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  • Traffic police launch crackdown on Kathmandu cabs after cheating complaints

    Kathmandu, July 24/ The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division says it has launched a crackdown on taxis and private light vehicles providing rental services, after it received complaints galore that they cheated customers. The Division has mobilised police in civvies and total 57 vehicles have been booked for overcharging passengers in past one week. Each of the vehicles providing services to passengers going to and from Tribhuvan International Airport have been fined Rs 3,000. The Division’s spokesperson, SP Surendra Prasad Mainali, says the Division decided to mobilise plainclothes c

    • Publish Date November 9, 1961
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  • Province 2 government says it is worried about kidnapped child

    Kathmandu, July 24/ Province 2 minister for internal affairs and law Gyanendra Yadav has said the province government is serious about the status of Ankit Shah who was abducted from Jeetpur of Simara Sub Metropolis-7 one and half months ago. Talking to RSS, the minister said the government was serious about rescuing the child safely. The nine- year-old child was kidnapped on June 5. "Talks are underway with the high level security body in the province to find possible ways for bringing back the child safely," he said. According to him, the police administration is closer to the incident

    • Publish Date November 9, 1961
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  • PM accuses NC of not showing democratic character

    Kathmandu, July 24/ Prime Minister and Chair of Communist Party of Nepal (CPN), KP Sharma Oli has accused main opposition Nepali Congress of developing a culture in seeing other parties in the government autocratic while staying in opposition. In his address to a programme organised by the CPN Secretariat today on the occasion of the 40th Memorial Day of CPN’s founding general secretary Pushpalal today, the party chair said it was not appropriate to describe the government with people’s two-thirds majority ‘totalitarian’. He went on to say that reactionary forces got

    • Publish Date November 9, 1961
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