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04 July 2023  

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

Nepal clinches ACC U-16 Eastern Zone Cup title again, beats Malaysia by 221 runs

Nepal has become the champion of the ACC u-16 Eastern Zone Cup cricket tournament for the third consecutive time.

Nepal defeated Malaysia by a wide margin of 221 runs and captured the title for the third time in the final match at the Bayuemas Oval Cricket Ground, Malaysia on Tuesday.

Naren Bhatta scored an unbeaten century to give victory to Nepal. He scored an unbeaten 112 off 89 balls.

Similarly, Abhishek Tiwari took five wickets against Malaysia. He took the most five wickets by spending 7 runs including one maiden while bowling 6 overs.

Top leaders agree to elect chairs of parliamentary committees immediately

Top leaders of three major political parties have expressed commitment to elect chairpersons of the parliamentary committees immediately.

Speaker Devraj Ghimire said the top leaders agreed in the meeting held at his office, Singha Durbar today to elect chairpersons of the parliamentary committees as soon as possible.

He shared, “The top leaders expressed commitment to elect the chairperson of the parliamentary committees soon. The attention of top leaders is now focused on electing chairpersons of the committees as the budget has already been passed. The committees will get their leadership soon.”

KMC bans vehicles in Hanumandhoka premises

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has banned the entry of vehicles within the Hanumandhoka precincts.

The metropolis took this decision to protect the originality of the World Heritage Site.

KMC Mayor Balendra Shah said it is necessary to preserve the uniqueness of the place as its very identity is its ancient heritage.

“These very heritages and their ancient distinctiveness are the ones that we can proudly show to the world and that we can adopt with dignity. Hundreds of thousands of tourists could come to experience and enjoy the place,” he said on a social site.

Over 250,000 health-related human resources needed in eight years: MEC

The Medical Education Commission (MEC) has estimated that more than 250,000 human resources related to the health sector would be necessary till the fiscal year 2087/88.

MEC made this projection on the basis of a study based on the fiscal year 2077/78 BS.

A total of 358,938 human resources related to health including female health volunteers and office assistants in government and private health institutions within the period would be needed, shared the Commission. Of them, 257,091 would be doctors and health workers.

Vice-Chairperson of the Commission, Prof Dr. Sri Krishna Giri, mentioned that such a number of human resources in the health sector was estimated based on the human resource being retired and going abroad during the period as well as basic health institutions the government has been constructing.

CIB files vacate writ against SC stay order for 17 accused in Lalita Niwas Land grab Case

The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police has filed a vacate petition against 17 people who have obtained a stay order from the Supreme Court in the Lalita Niwas land scam.

According to SSP Dinesh Acharya, the bureau filed a vacate petition against the SC order, issued on Monday, not to arrest 17 accused.

The police arrested 7 people in the Lalita Niwas land encroachment scam on June 27.

Publish Date : 04 July 2023 22:44 PM

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