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CYC Attariya defeated Mahendranagar United by three wickets to claim the third edition of Dhangadhi Premier League (DPL) at Fapla Cricket Ground in Dhangadhi on Saturday.
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At least 41 Indian tea plantation workers have died from drinking toxic bootleg liquor after receiving their weekly wages, and 20 are critically ill in hospital, a government minister said on Friday.
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Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa on Saturday visited Mediciti Hospital in Lalitpur to take stock of the health condition of people injured in the improvised device explosion that took place outside Ncell Headquarters in Nakkhu, Lalitpur on Friday night.
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The first edition of the Mahindra Rise 2019 festival kicked off on Friday at Bhrikutimandap in Kathmandu. MV Dugar Group, authorised distributor of Mahindra commercial and heavy equipment and Agni Incorporated, national seller of Mahindra passenger vehicles for Nepal jointly organised the event.
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Lie low, observe the world. You need lots of rest, because late March will start adventures that demand high energy and high focus. Some of you will be travelling to another continent. But for now, soak in quietude and plan your late March/April escapades.
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Ranipokhari Corner Team (RCT) got the better of Jhamsikhel Youth Club 2-0 in the Martyrs Memorial ‘B’ Division League football tournament at the ANFA complex in Satdobato on Friday.
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National team vice-captain Gyanendra Malla-led Kathmandu Goldens on Friday set a bad precedent in domestic franchise cricket after they boycotted the second Qualifier against Mahendranagar United in the Dhangadhi Premier League on Friday.
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Dauphins Family of Cameroon advanced to the final of the Tilottama Gold Cup football tournament with a 2-0 win over Rupandehi XI at the ANFA Academy grounds in Devinagar on Friday.
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Tridev Gurung struck the winner as Himalayan Sherpa Club enter the quarter-finals of the Aaha-Rara Gold Cup football tournament with a 1-0 win over Dharan Football Club on Friday.
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Nepal put on a dominant bowling display to hammer the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by seven wickets in their second match of the ICC Women’s World Cup Asia Qualifier in Bangkok on Friday.
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Gandaki is preparing to declare 100 locations as vacation spots in a bid to establish tourism as the province’s primary base for prosperity The provincial Tourism Ministry plans to release the list of destinations after holding discussions with Provincial Assembly members and local body representatives.
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The ruling Nepal Communist party has scrapped the task force formed to iron out outstanding issues related to its organisational unification.
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Parents of Nirmala Pant, who had been staging an indefinite sit-in for the past 105 days seeking justice to their deceased daughter, called off their protest on Friday owing to their deteriorating health.
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On June 16, 2011, Ananda Pandey had returned from school and gone to the fields to weed maize when he found a strange object buried under a stone. Curious, the 12-year-old began to dig it out.
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Keeping in view the rising number of crimes against women, 300 teenage girls participated in a self-defence training programme in Tulsipur, Dang, recently.
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Nepal Oil Corporation said on Friday that it had started work to construct a 10,000-kilolitre storage plant for aviation fuel at Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa which is expected to come online by December Currently, it has storage tanks to hold 55 kilolitres of aviation fuel which will be enough for one day if international flights are started, according to the corporation.
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Water Supply Minister Bina Magar has said that the government would welcome the Italian builder of the Melamchi Water Supply Project if it agreed to follow the due procedure
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A person injured in an improvised device explosion in front of Ncell Headquarters in Nakkhu, Lalitpur on Friday night has died.
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Several top bureaucrats under the KP Sharma Oli administration have been transferred between ministries due to conflicts of interest with the political leadership over the last year, hinting cracks in the governance system and a potential political crisis if the tendency goes unchecked.
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With two drummers and often two vocalists, this band of Nepali immigrants to the US produces music that is fast, hard and loud. They even got a shoutout from Anthony Fantano,  self-proclaimed as the “internet’s busiest music nerd”. In this email exchange with the Post’s Pranaya SJB Rana, Chepang talks about their unique sound, what constitutes ‘immigrindcore’ and their approach to political music.
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An Australian technical institute, which had been enrolling nursing students despite not having official accreditation, has begun forcing the students to change their major course as its chances of receiving approval from the country’s nursing and midwifery council appear slim.
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In an admittedly unpractical way, I sometimes wish for the absolute darkness imposed by routine power cuts. There is something fascinating about entire communities being plunged into the slow, deliberate rhythm of a dimly-lit world.
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Despite being outlawed by the Supreme Court in 2005, Chhaupadi is still widely prevalent in the country. More than 70 percent of women in parts of mid-western districts still practise Chhaupadi, according to the 2014 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey findings.
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With The Kathmandu Post’s February 7 report about decades-long sexual harassment at the reputed Lalitpur Madhyamik Vidhyalaya (LMV), the #MeToo movement in Nepal came a long way.
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The authorities find it offensive when the fearless speak the truth. The singer’s attempt to voice the present-day reality irked the supporters of those who currently run the state’s affairs, even though Sharma’s satire was directed against successive governments.
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Binod Paudel, writer-director of the film Bulbul, is the campus chief of Nepal’s first film school, Oscar International College. Most of the films made by the college’s alumni have accrued accolades, not just locally but also globally.
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Can a book start a revolution? Ben Okri’s The Freedom Artist certainly intends to.
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International Finance Corporation’s Regional Vice President for the Asia and the Pacific, Nena Stoiljkovic, met with Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali on Friday. 
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