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Today’s national news in a nutshell


21 September 2022  

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KATHMANDU: Khabarhub brings to you a glimpse of major developments of the day in Nepal, including politics, business/economy, sports, entertainment, and more.

Three die in Kapan fire

Three people died in a fire in Kapan, Kathmandu on Wednesday evening.

Dineshraj Mainali, Superintendent of Police, Kathmandu, informed that three people died in a fire in a house in Kapan at 7:55 pm on Wednesday.

The police said that a gas cylinder in the house burst into flames.

No one can go beyond the Constitution: Vice President Pun

Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun has raised serious concern over the latest move of President Bidya Devi Bhandari. Issuing a press statement on Wednesday, Vice President Pun said every individual, whatever role they have been assigned as per the Constitution, has to abide by the constitutional provisions.

Kathmandu Metropolis bans outdoor advertising

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City issued a notice banning outdoor advertising in Kathmandu citing that it is making the capital city ugly.

The KMC issued a notice today saying that it’s attention has been drawn towards the use of outdoor advertising through hoarding/digital boards and other means without acquiring permission and even after the expiry of the licensed period.

European Parliament delegation arriving Kathmandu Thursday

A delegation of the European Parliament (EP), will arrive in Kathmandu for a two-day visit on Thursday.

The visit will contribute to further strengthening relations between the EU and Nepal and exploring ways of stepping up cooperation in the days ahead, a statement issued by the European Commission in Nepal said.

Govt should control dengue: UML

The CPN-UML has urged the government to prevent and control dengue that is taking its toll across the country.

Stating that the infection is becoming serious, the UML said the government must contain it.

Eleven people succumb to dengue in Bagmati Pradesh

As many as 11 people have died due to dengue infection in Bagmati Pradesh.

According to the statistics of the Health Directorate of Bagmati Province, 11 people have died due to dengue in the province.

Ruling coalition lambasts President Bhandari’s “unconstitutional” move to reject Citizenship Bill

Ruling parties lashed out at President Bidya Devi Bhandari for what they said “unconstitutional move” as she declined to authenticate the Citizenship Bill sent to her by the Federal Parliament for certification.

In a strong-worded joint statement issued after a meeting held at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar on Wednesday, the ruling parties came down heavily criticizing President Bhandari for “violating” the Constitution.

Publish Date : 21 September 2022 22:30 PM

Nepali cricket team arrives in West Indies for showdown against South Africa

KATHMANDU: The Nepal ICC Men’s T20 World Cup squad has

Former CEO of Saptakoshi Development Bank receives three years and three months jail term

KATHMANDU: Former CEO of Saptakoshi Development Bank, Nabin Subedi, has

IN PICS: Kathmandu protest demands solutions for Chure region drinking water problems

KATHMANDU: On Friday, locals from the Chure region in Madhesh

Woman and two sons found dead in Jhapa

BIRTAMOD: Authorities in Jhapa district were alerted to a grim

President Paudel to embark on official visit to Germany

KATHMANDU: President Ramchandra Paudel, currently in Geneva, Switzerland, will visit