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Here are some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post (July 16, 2019).
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Less than two weeks after a corruption case was filed against 10 Tribhuvan University officials on the charge of altering recruitment test scores to benefit their relatives, senior officials of another university have been charged of corruption
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The match was decided from the spot after the regulation 90 minutes finished in a 0-0 deadlock and the penalty shootout also ended in a 3-3 tie.
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During his address, Chairman Sirohiya made a remark on the Media Council Bill, introduced by the government, saying that its draconian provisions aim to curtail press freedom.
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Given the number of natural deaths among rhinos, the park has upgraded its ponds and water pits in a bid to stop infighting among themselves. 
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Quality of work exhibited by contractors in the current fiscal year has been subpar.
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Erring sub-national governments may get reduced budget in the following fiscal year which could affect development projects
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At least 13 people doing time in the Sundhara prison managed to cope with the difficulties and take out ample time for study. All 13 who sat for the Secondary Education Examination held in May have passed with good grades.
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Policymakers and climate scientists hope that the timing of the gathering in Nepal is perfect for drawing global attention to Nepal and the whole region which is highly vulnerable and already witnessing adverse impacts of climate change.
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Nicolasito is here to discuss politics and bilateral ties—at the invitation of the ruling party’s sister wing.
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Though analysts are divided over who should go first, they agree that the Speaker has failed in his mediatory role.
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Police adjustment bill, passed by a House committee, is yet another attempt to centralise power, provincial ministers say 
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With the reservoir filled to the brim, and the two plants churning out electricity feverishly, the Nepal Electricity Authority has been able to cut down power imports from India to 150 MW from 400 MW.
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The national park is home to 125 tigers and 605 one-horned rhinos, making it a must-see destination for wildlife enthusiasts.
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A pair of great earphones regularly top lists of essential gadgets, but how do you find one that best suits you? 
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It is important to look at how Nepal will plan its engagement with the world.
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Local governments--being the first responders--do not have the training, financial support and technical know-how to manage such crises.
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The new charge for two-wheelers is Rs 15, for up to 30 minutes, and Rs 25 for an hour; while for four-wheelers, it is Rs 50 for 30 minutes and Rs 80 for an hour
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The central bank should be commended for its decision to enforce stricter controls. 
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