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Today’s national news in a nutshell

10 March 2023  

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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.

SC gives precedence in writ against PM Dahal

The Supreme Court (SC) has given priority to the writ filed against Prime Minister and CPN Maoist Center Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’. Hearing the case against PM Dahal, the single bench of Justice Ishwar Prasad Khatiwada issued a show cause order in the name of the Maoist Center chairman.

No male candidates to be registered as vice-presidential candidate

The Election Commission (EC) has instructed to register the nomination of only women candidates in the vice presidential election to be held on March 17. The meeting of the commission held on Friday instructed the office of the election officer to register the candidature of only women from the non-Khas-Arya community for the vice-presidential post.

TRC should settle conflict-era cases, not courts: Maoist factions

A joint meeting of the Maoist factions has decided to hold a joint interaction and press conference regarding the events during the “People’s War” era. Deputy Secretary General of Maoist Center Janardan Sharma said that the meeting held at the Prime Minister’s residence Baluwatar on Friday morning decided to hold a press conference on March 12 and a joint interaction on March 14.

UML calls secretariat meeting to decide on vice presidential candidate

CPN-UML has called a central secretariat meeting to decide on the vice-presidential candidate for March 17 election. Deputy Secretary General Prithvi Subba Gurung informed that the meeting will be held at nine o’clock on Saturday morning.

Dry landslide kills one in Baglung

A person died in a dry landslide that occurred at Bareng of Baglung district today. The dead has been identified as Shuklal BK, 42, from Nishikhola Rural Municipality-6.

British State Minister Trevelyan calls on Prime Minister Dahal

Visiting British Minister of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Anne-Marie Trevelyan paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ at the latter’s official residence in Baluwatar on Friday. The meeting between the duo dwelt on a wide range of subjects including bilateral relations between Nepal and the UK, according to the Prime Minister’s Secretariat.

President-elect Paudel pays homage to Pashupatinath

President-elect Ram Chandra Paudel performed worship and paid homage at the Pashupatinath Temple this morning. He also received prasad on the occasion. Before this, the newly-elected President paid homage at Guheshwari Temple.

Flights of Shree Airlines grounded until security checks

The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has directed the Shree Airlines to ground the company’s all aircrafts until security checks of the engines. Spokesperson of the CAAN, Jagannath Niraula, said that a decision has been made to allow Shree Airlines to make flights only after a thorough check of the engines.

Speaker Ghimire congratulates President elect Paudel

Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR) Devraj Ghimire has congratulated President-elect Ram Chandra Paudel by visiting at the latter’s residence in the Capital City this morning.

Govt extends campaign against elephantiasis

The government has extended the campaign against elephantiasis for five more days. Earlier, the time of medicine against elephantiasis was slated till today. Director at Epidemiology and Disease Control Division, Dr Chuman Lal Das, shared that the campaign against elephantiasis was extended by five more days.

Publish Date : 10 March 2023 22:18 PM

Tourist arrival up in Chitwan National Park

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UML issues whip to support PM Oli’s vote of confidence

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Nepali Army in development activities: Opens 1,411 kms roads so far

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Student protesters return to Bangladesh streets despite violent crackdown

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Home Minister stresses on amendment to laws relating to security bodies

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