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Today’s national news in a nutshell

14 September 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.

Subash Nembang cremated at Pashupati Aryaghat with state honors

The final rites of Constituent Assembly Chairperson and CPN-UML’s vice-chair Subash Chandra Nembang was performed at Pashupati Aryaghat today with state honors following a funeral procession. Earlier, a funeral procession started from Nembang’s private residence at Baluwatar and passed through Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj, Narayangopal Chowk, Dumbarahi, Chabahil, Gaushala and Pashupati Aryaghat. Nembang, 71, passed away on September 12.

HoR, NA pass condolence motion on Nembang’s demise

Today’s meeting of the House of Representatives (HoR) and National Assembly (NA) passed a condolence motion on the demise of Chairperson of the Constituent Assembly, former Speaker, member of House of Representatives and CPN-UML Vice-Chairperson, Subash Nembang. Born on Falgun 28, 2009 BS, Nembang died on Tuesday due to heart attack. He was 71.

SC orders government to regulate Nepal-India opem border

The Supreme Court (SC) has issued an order directing the government to address the longstanding border dispute with India. This move comes in response to growing concerns about illegal and criminal activities along the open 1800-kilometer border shared by the two nations.

Balen listed among 2023’s top 100 emerging global leaders

Time magazine has included Balendra (Balen) Shah, the Mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan City, in its prestigious list of 100 emerging leaders from around the world. The American magazine, renowned for its influential annual lists, has selected Mayor Shah for the 2023 roster of emerging leaders poised to excel in their respective fields. Time magazine’s annual tradition includes categorizing the 100 most influential individuals worldwide across six diverse categories, encompassing politicians, scientists, influential corporate CEOs, and artists.

Unified Socialist nominates 21 members to its central committee

The Unified Socialist Party has nominated 21 central members. The meeting of the party’s central committee held from August 22 to 25 in Kathmandu had decided to nominate 21 members to the central committee.

CIB to continue investigation into gold smuggling case

KATHMANDU: The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of Nepal Police has decided to continue its investigation into the case involving the smuggling of over 60 kilos of gold though it has already submitted the investigation report to the District Government Attorney Office. CIB Chief and Additional Inspector General of Police, Kiran Bajracharya, said seven companies were suspected for their roles in the gold smuggling and to date only the investigation into gold smuggling by the Ready Traders has been completed.

Four arrested for assaulting doctors in Hetauda

Four individuals have been apprehended in connection with a violent incident involving the assault of two doctors at Sancho Hospital in Hetauda Sub-Metropolitan City-2. The assault occurred following the demise of 42-year-old Rajesh Pradhan from Padampokhari, Hetaunda-12, while under medical care.

Government plans to establish Nepali Embassies in eight new countries

The Nepal government, in a significant move, has unveiled plans to establish Nepali embassies in eight additional countries across the globe. In a high-level meeting presided over by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal earlier this week, the decision was reached to open embassies in Portugal, Romania, Malta, Cyprus, Croatia, Maldives, Poland, and Turkey.

CAN holding convention on September 22-23 in Kathmandu

The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has decided to hold its The General Assembly and Convention on September 22 and 23 in Kathmandu. According to the notice issued by the CAN on Thursday, the convention will be held at the Everest Hotel in New Baneshwar.

CNP relocates wildcat to Bardiya for lack of reliable accommodation

One of the tigers taken into control from Amaltari of Nawalparasi along the Chitwan National Park (CNP) has been relocated to Bardiya over the lack of a proper structure to keep the animal. Ganesh Prasad Tiwari, the CNP information officer, said earlier park authorities took control of these tigers due to their increasing threat to human settlements.

Trekkers’ team embarks on Great Himalayan Trail

A team of trekkers including two foreign nationals has started trekking the Great Himalayan Trail (GHT), one of the popular trails of Nepal.  The four-member team of trekkers is led by Maria Andre from Slovenia. The team started the trekking from Taplejung district for Ghunsa, said local people.

Kushe Aunshi, Father’s Day observed today

Hindus in the country observed Kushe Aunshi and religious rituals, across the country today. There is a religious belief that keeping Kush collected by priests and anointed with sacred verses or mantras in the house brings well-being to the household.

Publish Date : 14 September 2023 22:50 PM

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