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Melamchi tunnel excavation work would complete by November: Board

NT: Nepal: With just 1987.5 meters of the 27584.5-meter burrow staying to be uncovered, Melamchi Water Supply Development Board has said it would finish burrow unearthing work by November. As per the board, the temporary worker has guaranteed MWSDB that passage unearthing work would be finished by November. Delegate Executive Director at MWSDB Ramakanta Duwadi said frail shake development had …

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Drug stores in govt doctor’s facilities need drugs

NT:Nepal: Most of the pharmacies in government hospitals of Kathmandu Valley lack essential medicines. Raj Kumar, a patient at Bir Hospital, went to buy medicine at the hospital’s pharmacy but he didn’t get the one prescribed by the doctor. Similarly, Pranita Shrestha, who is undergoing treatment at Bir hospital, also complained of lack of medicine at the pharmacy. She said, …

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Gagan Thapa needs PM to renounce TU affiliation to Kathmandu National Medical College

NT: Nepal: Former wellbeing priest and parliament part Gagan Thapa enrolled a movement of open enthusiasm for parliament on Thursday, requesting that the head administrator wipe out the association issued by Tribhuvan University (TU) to Kathmandu National Medical College (KNMC). Going against the existing rules, a high level TU meeting headed by Vice Chancellor Tirtha Raj Khaniya had secretly decided …

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Ministers has observed flood-hit areas in Dhanusha

NT: Nepal: Minister for Water Supply and Sanitation Mahendra Yadav and Minister for Agricultural Development Ram Krishna Yadav on Monday took stock of the damage caused due to the flood and inundation at various places of Dhanusha district. The ministers, who are themselves from Dhanusha district, inspected a dozen flood affected places including Pulchok, Musahari Tol, Mujeliya, Laxminiya in Janakpur …

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Govt ordered to no distribution relief directly from NGOs, Individuals

NT: Nepal: Fearing possible uneven distribution of relief materials to the flood-affected people, the government on Monday introduced one-window policy to distribute all relief materials to the victims only through government channel. A meeting of the Central Natural Disaster Relief Committee chaired by Home Minister Janaradan Sharma decided to restrict non-governmental organizations from distributing relief materials on their own. Home …

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