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Today’s national news in a nutshell


26 June 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.

Ruling coalition will remain intact for five years: PM Dahal

Prime Minister (PM) Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” has asserted that the current coalition will remain intact for a period of five years. PM Dahal said, “Currently, there is ongoing media speculation regarding the longevity of the current government. However, it is important to note that this alliance is determined to bring significant progress and development to the country over the next five years.”

Let’s avoid creating unwarranted confusion on Nepali Army number: Defense Minister Khadka

Defense Minister Purna Bahadur Khadka stated that the issue of the number of Nepali Army should not be unnecessarily sensationalized, as there exists a body responsible for deliberating such concerns. In response to queries posed by lawmakers on Monday, Minister Khadka clarified that the government follows a legal framework to determine troop numbers based on the recommendations put forth by the Security Council.

No instructions to arrest Arju Deuba and Krishna Sitaula: Home Ministry

Ministry of Home Affairs has clarified that it has not instructed the police to take any action against Nepali Congress leaders Dr. Arju Rana Deuba and Krishna Prasad Sitaula. Issuing a press statement on Monday, the spokesman of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Kedarnath Sharma, stated that the Ministry has not instructed to arrest NC leaders Rana and Deuba on the case of Fake Bhutanese Refugees.

CIAA files corruption case against PADT’s former Member Secretary Pradeep Dhakal

The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) filed a corruption case against Pashupatinath Area Development Trust (PADT) Member Secretary Pradeep Dhakal on Monday. According to CIAA Spokesperson Bhola Dahal, the Authority filed a case against Dhakal for acquiring wealth illegally.

District Court Judge Shree Krishna Bhattarai resigns

District Court Judge Shree Krishna Bhattarai, who had filed complaints against Chief Justice Hari Krishna Karki during the latter’s parliamentary procedure, resigned from the post on Monday. He submitted his resignation on Monday saying that he could not execute his duty under newly appointed Chief Justice Karki morally because he had filed a complaint against Justice Karki during the latter’s parliamentary hearing.

Half dozen of internet, cable service providers face action

Birgunj Metropolitan City has taken action against half dozen of internet and cable service providers. The Metropolis took action against six internet and cable service providers after they turned deaf ear towards the frequent requests of Metropolis for wire management.

Morning rally to raise awareness against drug abuse organised

A morning rally was organised today to raise awareness against drug abuse and illicit trafficking. Ministry of Home Affairs organised the morning rally to mark International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

300 cattle vaccinated against LSD in Gorkha

Three hundred cattle have been vaccinated against lumpy skin disease (LSD) in Gorkha municipality. The cattle of Gorkha municipality-13 and 14 were vaccinated against lumpy skin disease with technical support of Gorkha municipality Livestock Service Section and veterinary Hospital and Livestock Service Expert Centre, Gorkha, said Information Officer of Livestock Service Expert Centre, Dr Lalmani Aryal.

Men’s rugby team announced for 19th Asian Games

Men’s rugby team has been announced to participate in the 19th Asian Games scheduled in Hangzhou of China. Twelve payers have been selected from a competition held at Tripureshwor-based Dasharath Stadium, said General-Secretary of Nepal Rugby Association, Govinda Ghimire.

Country likely to witness heat-wave even in monsoon

It is likely that the country could witness a heat wave in monsoon albeit for a shorter duration as in the pre-monsoon season, according to National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority.

Publish Date : 26 June 2023 22:16 PM

19 more die in Bangladesh clashes as student protesters try to impose ‘complete shutdown’

DHAKA: Police in Bangladesh clashed with student protesters attempting to

Ambassadors find themselves embroiled in political shakeup

KATHMANDU: Typically, governments provide advance notice when recalling ambassadors, following

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27 injured in tractor accident in Mahottari

MAHOTTARI: 27 people were injured in a tractor accident in

Mets forecast heavy rain today

KATHMANDU: The Weather Forecast Division has stated that since the