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Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (June 25, 2019).
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The Dhankuta Bench of Biratnagar Court has asked a written response about the case from the municipality.
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The city authority recently penalised five state-run hospitals and some private-run hospitals for disposing of hazardous hospital waste alongside household waste.
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Rains damage the road that leads to Sisdole landfill site obstructing garbage collection from the Valley.
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Indian developer GMR has signed a pact to export power to Bangladesh but they are still haggling over the rate
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A Nepal-India technical team is currently conducting tests on the cross-border pipeline.
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Ashok Rai of Sundar Haraicha, Kansha Dhimal of Kanepokhari and Kendra Lal Dhimal of Urlabari were held with two pistols, four magazines, 14 bullets and three muskets, said police while making them public at the District Police Office on Monday.
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Birgunj Customs Office denies entry to three consignments of bitumen for possible abuse of South Asia Free Trade Area rules.
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He relished the unseen, explored the unknown, and gave his followers a taste of humanity.
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While Huawei Nepal says its phones, as of now, fully support Google services and Android updates, the future remains uncertain.
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860 of them have received rehabilitation grants in this fiscal from the central government.
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The former Maoists are frightened because a fair investigation into conflict-era cases would send hundreds among them behind bars.
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With the men away, the women are seeing new opportunities and responsibilities.
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Kathmandu Metropolitan City makes tall promises but barely fulfils any.
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