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Tractor mishap kills two in Gulmi

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GULMI, Jan 7: Two persons died in a tractor accident at Arlangkot VDC-9 in the district on Monday night.

The accident took place when a tractor, Dha 1 Kha 214, heading to Arlangkot VDC from Kandebas of Baglung district ferrying nine tons of food grains. 

The tractor fell 500 meters down the rough road after its trolley snapped due to excessive load. 

One minor and another elderly who had boarded the tractor from the middle of the road also died. The identities of the victims are yet to be established, said local Kalidas Kharel.

Inaccessibility has posed a threat to the rescue of the victims as the accident has taken place in a very steep area. 

Minister Neupane inaugurates Rudrabeni-Pahadi road

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Gulmi, December 17
Minister for Law and Justice, Hari Prasad Neupane, inaugurated a fair-weather rural road in Gulmi.

Inaugurating the Rudrabeni-Pahadi road section under the Kaligandaki Corridor, he wished for immediate formation of new government and said that the current government is in a hurry to hand over the power to the elected government.

He added that the current government was formed to hold election and it has successfully fulfilled its responsibilities and therefore would like to put down its load now, said Minister Neupane.

Minister Neupane accompanied by Lilamani Paudel, Chief Secretary and Shanta Bahadur Shrestha, Secretary at the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development, among others, inspected the road after the inaugural programme.

The road (9.4-kilometers) was constructed at a cost of Rs. 30 million under the rural access improvement project with support from the World Bank.

People especially from Thulolumpek, Harmichaur, Arbeni, and surrounding VDCs would be benefited by the road access. Remaining road under the Kaligandaki corridor is being constructed by Nepal Army.

Two killed in tractor accident

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Gulmi, October 09, 2013
Two persons have been killed and other two injured in a tractor accident at Gwadha VDC of Gulmi district on Tuesday night.

The deceased have been identified as tractor owner Navaraj Shrestha of Bhurtung VDC ward-4 and Gun Bahadur Kisan of Bhurtung VDC ward-5. They died on the spot.

The tractor (Lu 2 Ta 6143) loaded with food stuffs was heading for Bhurtung from Butwal. The tractor skidded some 70 meters down the road at Gamdebelouni in Gwadha VDC of the district, police said.

Meanwhile, tractor driver Kumar Thapa of Bhurtung VDC-4 and Hum Bahadur Rana has sustained minor injuries in the accident.

Bista nomination in mourning

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GULMI: Former minister and CPN-UML leader Gokarna Bista today filed his candidacy from constituency 3 of Gulmi.

Bista has been in mourning after his father’s death on Friday night at the age of 83.

He walked to district headquarters Tamghas from his ancestral home in Doholi and returned home in the evening on foot.

UCPN-M’s Bam Dev Chhetri, NC’s Trailokya Pratap Sen have filed candidacy from constituency 3. Bhesh Raj Kandel, Mohan Pandey, Mina Nepali, Manju Senwali, Geeta Bhandari, Birendra Bhusal, Tulsi Bahadur Rayamajhi and Deepak Aryal have registeredas independent candidates from the same constituency.

Leaders of 13 parties registered with DEO on the last day of submission of candidacy. UML leader Pradeep Gyawali also registered his name from constituency 2. Source: The Himalayan Times

Ridi Hydro prepares to issue IPO

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KATHMANDU: The Nepali share market will soon see the entry of another hydropower company as Ridi Hydropower is offering shares to the locals in the run up to the Initial Public Offering (IPO) next week.

Ridi Hydropower Development Company Limited is floating 300,000 units of ordinary shares — at face value of Rs 100 per unit — to the locals of 2.4 MW Ridi Khola Small Hydropower Project affected districts — Palpa and Gulmi — from October 4.

Locals can apply for a minimum of 50 units and a maximum of 5,000 units of ordinary shares but they can only sell the shares after three years of allotment.

The company has set aside 120,000 units for those directly affected by the project residing in five VDCs of Gulmi — Ruru, Dugam, Siddheshwor, Kheha and Argali — and the remaining units have been allocated for the locals of Gulmi and Palpa. The project is promoted by Arun Valley Hydropower among others and has projected 10 per cent appreciation of net worth in the next three years, according to offer letter.

According to the amended Securities Registration and Issuance Regulation – 2065, hydropower companies must float a minimum of 10 per cent of issued capital as shares to locals before they open their issue to the general public. The regulation has fixed a lock-in period of three years for shares distributed to locals.

The hydropower company is expected to issue shares to the rest of the public within the next three months to become the sixth hydropower company to be listed at stock exchange.

There are four hydro companies listed at Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) at present — National Hydropower Company, Butwal Power Company, Arun Valley Hydropower Company and Chilime Hydropower Company. The fifth hydro

company to be listed is going to be Sanima Mai Hydropower which concluded its IPO

this week. The total market capitalisation of the hydropower subgroup is equivalent to six per cent of the total market capitalisation. -The Himalayan Times

Gulmi District Hospital Best in Lumbini Zone

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22 Magh 2013, The District Hospital of Gulmi has been listed as the best hospital in Lumbini zone after its quality health service to the public.

A total of 58,000 persons have received health service from this hospital in a year. Although the hospital was permitted 15 beds, it has been running 30 beds and providing quality service to the public, said Dr Hari Bahadur KC, Medical Superintendent of the hospital.

The hospital has been receiving assistance from the NICK Simons Institute on safe motherhood service for three years. Till date, 240 deliveries have been conducted with operation here.

Dr. KC further said efforts were on to add more beds in the hospital, and study for this was also carried out by the government body. RSS

Jeep mishap hurts 15 in Gulmi

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Gulmi, 29 October, 2012
As many as 15 people were injured when a jeep, Lu 1 Ja 1958, bound for Butwal from Thulo Lumpek fell some 50 metres down the road at Gwadi VDC-5 in Gulmi district on Monday afternoon.
Nine of the injured have been sent to Lumbini Medical College in Palpa for further treatment after preliminary treatment at Ruru Primary Health Post while the rest are undergoing treatment at Ruru Primary Health Post, informed in-charge of Ruru Primary Health Centre Dev Bahadur Budhathoki.
Three of the injured is said to be in critical condition.
The break failure is said to be the cause of the accident.
The police with the help of locals had rescued the victims.

IoE entrance paper leaked

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Binod Ghimire

The Tribhuvan University has formed a five-member committee to investigate into a question paper ‘leakage’ during an entrance examination for the Institute of Engineering (IoE).

The committee led by a former TU registrar includes, among others, Associate Professor at IOE Binod Parajuli.

Candidates resorted to vandalism at the offices of the dean and the examination department alleging that the papers were leaked prior to the test. According to TU Vice-chancellor Hira Bahadur Maharjan, the university will decide further action in the case as recommended by the committee.

“The committee was formed based on the students’ claim that the papers were leaked. We will decide on the matter as per the recommendation,” he said.

Various student unions, accusing the IoE dean of leaking the question sets, have demanded fresh tests.

“Photocopies of handwritten question papers along with

their answers were found prior to the test,” said Nepal Students’ Union President Ranjeet Karna, who was present at the entrance venue. He added that the incident has defamed the glorious history of the IoM and

the dean was responsible for it.

“Dean Bharat Pahari should resign before the investigation team starts work,” said Karna. Despite several attempts, Pahari could not be contacted for comments.

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4 from same family die as landslide buries abode

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GULMI: Four members of a family have been buried to death in a landslide at Dhungechalne of Thulo Lumpek-2 of Gulmi on Friday.
They died when the house of Ghanshyam BK was buried in landslide,triggered by incessant rainfall.
Ghanshyam's wife Bhumi BK,39, daughters Muna,11, and Bipana,6, son Umesh,13, have lost their lives in the catastrophe, while Ghanshyam,42, and his son Keshar,10, have been rescued by locals.
Ghanshyam and Keshav were trapped under the calamity, said a local Netra Rana.
The condition of rescued in normal, said Rana.
The catastrophe took place at 8:30 am after a slide of a large mass of dirt and rock fell 12 meter down only to sweep away Bk's abode.

Nepali novel now in Arabic

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A novel by Indira Prasai ‘ Usko Logne ra Biralo ’ has been translated to Arabic. The novel was published by National Center for Translation under the Ministry of Culture of Egypt.

Egyptian Ambassador to Nepal Dr. Moustafa Gendy handed over the translated novel to Litterateur Prasai amid a program in the Capital on Tuesday. During the program, Ambassador Gendy informed that Prasai’s book was the first Nepali novel to be translated to Arabic language. He added that the Nepali literature has reached 22 countries where Arabic was spoken.

The novel, published on 2060 B.S. was translated to English by Brajesh Khanal.

Scores hit as landslide blocks Ridi-Rudrabeni road

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GULMI: Scores of passengers have been stranded as the Ridi-Rudrabeni road section was blocked by landslide in Gulmi district on Tuesday.

The Ridi-Rudrabeni road section has been blocked after the mound of earth fell on the road at two places - Sangure in Gwadi VDC and Phulkyamp in Ruru VDC - due to incessant rainfalls in the district, said Inspector Binimadev Paudel, incharge of Area Police Office, Ridi.
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This road had been blocked for three days recently due to landslides. Similarly, 600 households have been deprived of drinking water after the downpour-trigged landslide damaged the water pipeline in Musikot and Wadagaun VDCs in the district.

Gyawali demands PM's resignation

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GULMI: CPN-UML politburo member Pradip Gyawali today asked Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai to step down from his post to pave the way for national consensus.

“It would be better if Bhattarai resigns from the post rather than be labelled as an incompetent PM in the country’s history, he said, adding that, he even failed to hold the Constituent Assembly election declared by himself.

Speaking at an interaction programme organised in Gulmi, Gyawali said that the major challenges of the country at present are Unified Maoist and especially incumbent Prime Minister Bhattari’s inability to understand the seriousness of the situation and the trend to stick in the power.

Claiming that the unity among the parties started form 12-point-agreement has been at the danger at present, he informed that UML has expressed its views to restart the disrupted journey of agreement.

He clarified that UML was ready to take the responsibility of the present crisis if Congress was not ready. “Party has decided that KP Oli would lead that responsibility.”

Telling that political parties had decided to form

the upcoming government under the leadership of Congress on May 3, he asked Nepali Congress to

be serious on that.

Ridi-Rudrabeni road to resume from Saturday

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KATHMANDU: Ridi-Rudrabeni road stretch in Gulmi district that had been blocked by rains-triggered landslides is said to resume form Saturday.

“The local administration has started to clear the roadblocks and it will complete by tomorrow,” said inspector Binima Dev Paudel of Area Police Office, Ridi.

Since there are a few number of dozers, the work of roadblocks clearance has been delayed.

Ridi-Rudrabeni road stretch had been blocked by the landslide that occurred at two different places – at Sangure and Satmure – under Gwadi and Ruru VDCs due to incessant rains on Wednesday night.

Thousands of commuters have been left in lurch due to the road block along the Ride-Rudrabeni road section since Wednesday night.

Indian Army Chief to receive Nepal honour

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Yubaraj Ghimire, KATHMANDU: Army chief General Bikram Singh is slated to visit Nepal on a five-day official tour starting Tuesday. It would be Gen Singh’s first trip abroad since he assumed charge last month, and will be the second visit by an Indian Army chief in a gap of three months.
Directorate of Public Relations of Nepal Army said that Gen Singh will receive the title of Honorary General of Nepal Army from President Ram Baran Yadav — a practice of reciprocity between Army chiefs of the two countries since 1965.
Gen Singh would visit the Nepal Army’s training centres and institutions such as High Altitude training centre along Nepal-China border, Birendra Peace Keeping institution in Panchkhal, and Indian Army’s pension camp in Pokhara. He will address the ‘commanders’ undergoing training at the Army Institute at Tokha, and visit the office of Western Brigade of the Nepal Army. Gen Singh is also scheduled to visit Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha.
The visit comes at a time when the Nepal Army faces shortage of arms and ammunition required for internal training. The Indian government is yet to resume arms supply to the Nepal Army — suspended since February 2005. Both the armies are likely to devise ways and means to develop machinery that can address natural disasters such as floods and earthquake, Nepal Army sources said.  (Indian Express)

Finance company’s GM arrested for embezzling Rs 78 million

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General Manager of Chabahil-based General Finance, Raju Kumar Pradhan, has been arrested for allegedly misappropriating Rs 78.25 million from the finance company by abusing his position and authority.

A team of Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) arrested Pradhan from his residence in Kalanki on Friday.

He has been charged of using forged checks and company seal to embezzle Rs 78.25 million of the finance company.

Pradhan was arrested as per the Banking Offence and Punishment Act 2007.

Police investigation shows Pradhan had issued checks and loans worth Rs 65 million to 12 different clients by overvaluing their assets, allowed clients to withdraw amount in excess of deposits and misappropriated Rs 3.22 million for personal use.

Woman give birth to four babies in Palpa

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KATHMANDU, JUL 08 - A woman has given birth to four babies at the Mission Hospital in Palpa district. This is the first instant that a woman gave birth to quadruplets in the hospital.

Dr. Beki at the hospital said that Radhika Bhattarai of Chelung, Baughagumha-3 in the district gave birth to three sons and a girl. Hospital sources said that the two among the newly-born are in weak condition. Doctors at the hospital said that the babies were born without any operation.

Hundreds of people have flocked to the hospitals to see the quadruplets. Bhattarai’s husband Krishna Prasad is in Kuwait for employment.

Earlier, a woman had given birth to three babies in the same hospital.

Two sentenced for 11 yrs for rape with sex toy

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Two persons were sentenced for 11 years each for raping a girl using a fake penis in Sankhuwasabha district.

A single bench of Justice Shaligram Koirala sentenced Lakpa Sherpa, 24, and Sagar Sherpa, 18, after convicting them of raping with a fake phallus made up of rags.

The duo had raped a school girl using a fake phallus tied to the waist on March 5, 2005. District Attorney Krishna Batu Bhandari informed that they have also been slapped a fine of Rs. 50,000 each for the crime.

Spain wins Euro 2012

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KIEV, Ukraine -- Spain won its third straight major soccer title Sunday, beating Italy 4-0 in the European Championship final.

David Silva and Jordi Alba scored first-half goals, and Fernando Torres and Juan Mata added two more in the second half as the Spanish passing game worked its magic against the Italians at the Olympic Stadium.

Silva headed in a high shot in the 14th minute off a pass from Cesc Fabregas. Alba added another in the 41st, picking up a beautiful through ball from Xavi Hernandez and shooting past Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. Torres posted the third goal in the 84th, becoming the first man to score in two European Championship finals. Mata scored in the 88th.

Spain won the Euro 2008 title four years ago in Vienna and followed that up with the World Cup title in Johannesburg two years ago.

The Associated Press
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