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Today’s national news in a nutshell

11 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.

Six, including five Mexicans and a Nepali pilot killed in Manang Air chopper crash in Solukhumbu

A tragic helicopter crash in Nepal’s Solukhumbu district claimed the lives of six individuals on Tuesday morning, including a Nepali pilot and five Mexican nationals. Manang Air confirmed that the victims of the crash were pilot CB Gurung and passengers Sifuentes Fernando, Gonzalex Abrica, Gonzalex Olacio Luzins, Sifuentes Moaria Jose, and Rincon Ismarlink, all of Mexican nationality.

PM expresses sorrow over fatal Manang Air chopper crash

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has expressed sorrow over the crash of the Manang Air chopper, resulting in human casualties in Solukhumbu today. Six people including five Mexicans were onboard the ill-fated chopper that crashed at Lamjura Pass of Likhupike rural municipality-5.

NC finalizes agenda for Central Committee meeting

The Nepali Congress (NC) has finalized the agenda for its upcoming Central Working Committee (CWC) meeting, scheduled to commence on Wednesday. The meeting will take place at the party’s Central Office in Sanepa.During a meeting held on Monday evening at the residence of NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba, the party office bearers concluded the agenda for the CWC meeting.

25 die, 18 injured in monsoon-induced floods, landslides so far

At least 25 people have died and 18 others injured in monsoon-induced floods and landslides in various parts of the country. According to the Home Ministry, 25 people have so far died in monsoon-induced floods and landslides. Since the onset of the monsoon in Nepal on June 14, the country has experienced severe floods and landslides, resulting in numerous casualties and significant damage.

Over 1,192 people infected with dengue in past four months

A total of 1,192 people have been infected with dengue in the last four months. However, many of the cases could have gone unrecorded and unreported to the Ministry of Health and Population. The statistic does not include those without symptoms and going to private health facilities for treatment, he said, estimating a higher number of cases in reality than the statistic.

Nepali women football team leaves for Bangladesh for friendly matches

The National Women Football Team has departed for Bangladesh to play two friendly matches against the Bangladeshi squad. The matches are scheduled to take place on July 13 and 16. The friendly matches serve as Nepal’s preparations for the Asian Games 2022 to be held in Hangzhou in China. The Games initially scheduled for September 10-25 in 2022 were postponed due to COVID-19.

Two more ex-employees arrested in Lalita Niwas Land Grab case

Two more ex-employees involved in embezzlement of government land of Lalita Niwas in Baluwatar have been arrested. Two ex-employees of the Land Revenue Office Dillibazar were arrested by the police on Tuesday morning. According to the Central Investigation Bureau sources, Non-Gazetted Officer of Land Revenue Office Yograj Paudel and another official Narayanraj Mishra were arrested on the charge of creating a fake file to claim government land and submitting it to the Chief of Land Revenue Office Kaladhar Deuja.

Bill on Power Trade tabled in National Assembly

Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Ramesh Rijal has presented the ‘Power Trade Bill, 2080’ in the National Assembly today. Tabling the Bill in the meeting of the upper house of the Federal Parliament, Minister Rijal said the Bill was expedient for operating small and medium-scale industries using electrical power.

Publish Date : 11 July 2023 22:26 PM

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