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Today’s national news in a nutshell


28 October 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.

RSP Chair Lamichhane vows total domination in upcoming elections

Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP) Chairman Rabi Lamichhane delivered a resolute message, declaring his intent to triumph over all political rivals in the upcoming 2084 elections.

During a Saturday gathering in Lalitpur, he asserted that established political parties were openly challenging the fledgling RSP and the people by releasing individuals involved in ongoing violence on Constitution Day.

Police probe grisly murder of family in Mugu

The police are maintaining a watchful presence in Chhayannath Rara Municipality-6, Mundugaun, Mugu, where a harrowing incident left four members of the same family dead.

The lifeless bodies of Sridevi Bohora and her three children were discovered on the morning of October 27. Authorities suspect that the heinous crime took place during the night of October 25.

On the occasion of Dashain, which fell on October 24, Sridevi and her three children visited her parental village.

When the locals noticed the locked door on October 26 they speculated that the family might still be in the maternal village. However, the door remained locked on the subsequent day. Finally, on the morning of October 27, alarmed residents took action, breaking the door open, only to make the grim discovery of the four lifeless bodies.

Nepali cricket team announced to play in the ICC T20 World Cup Asia Zone Qualifiers

Leg spinner Sandeep Lamichhane has been included in the Nepali cricket team in the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup Asia Zone Qualifiers.

The tournament is scheduled to commence Monday.

Previously, Lamichhane had opted out of the triangular T20I series to dedicate time to his family.

Wicketkeeper Binod Bhandari and Bibek Yadav have secured spots in the final 15-man squad.

Notably, Surya Tamang, Lokesh Bam, Sagar Dhakal, and Shyam Dhakal, who participated in the triangular series, have been omitted from the team.

MoFA urges protection for missing Nepalis in Israel, including Bipin

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) issued a fervent appeal for the safeguarding of all innocent citizens, notably including Bipin Joshi, who have gone missing in the recent attack by Hamas in Israel.

A press statement issued by MoFA has underscored the need to ensure the safety and well-being of Bipin Joshi and other individuals who are believed to have been abducted by Hamas militants following the attack on Israel.

Hailing from Bhimdatta Municipality-3 in Kanchanpur, Bipin has remained unaccounted for since the onset of the attack, leaving his current status shrouded in uncertainty.

Government, not priority of UML: Shankar Pokhrel

CPN-UML general secretary, Shankar Pokhrel, has said participating in the government is not the party’s priority.

Speaking at a press meet organized by the Press Chautari Dang at Tulsipur today, he said the party’s decision to support the formation of a new government under the NC leadership in Koshi was in response to a request from eight NC lawmakers.

NC called Dashain reception commences at central office

Celebrating the occasion of Kojagrat Purnima, the Nepali Congress (NC) kicked off a warm gathering for greetings and a delightful tea party at the party’s central office in Sanepa, Lalitpur.

Party President Sher Bahadur Deuba, alongside other officials and central members, extended a cordial welcome to the visiting guests who graced the event.

The exchange of greetings and the tea party program, which commenced recently, is set to continue until 5 pm.

NC called Dashain reception takes place at central office

Celebrating the occasion of Kojagrat Purnima, the Nepali Congress (NC) kicked off a warm gathering for greetings and a delightful tea party at the party’s central office in Sanepa, Lalitpur.

Party President Sher Bahadur Deuba, alongside other officials and central members, extended a cordial welcome to the visiting guests who graced the event.

The exchange of greetings and the tea party program, which commenced recently, continued till late in the evening.

Partial Lunar eclipse to grace Kathmandu skies tonight

Nepal is set to witness the celestial spectacle of a partial lunar eclipse tonight to the early hours of October 29th. (Sunday)

The Nepal Calendar Determination Committee confirmed this occurrence on Saturday (October 28-29).

According to Prof. Dr. Devmani Bhattarai, the eclipse is expected to begin at 1:19 a.m., with its culmination marked at 2:38 a.m., as stated in the committee-approved calendar (almanac).

Publish Date : 28 October 2023 22:48 PM

Former Prime Minister Chand admitted to Bir Hospital

KATHMANDU: Former Prime Minister Lokendra Bahadur Chand has been admitted

Posters of Taapsee Pannu, Vikrant Massey, Sunny Kaushal’s ‘Phir Aayi Hasseen Dillruba’ unveiled

MUMBAI: The first poster captures Vikrant Massey, Taapsee Pannu and

President appoints Senior Advocate Ramesh Badal as Attorney General

KATHMANDU: Senior Advocate Ramesh Badal has been appointed as the

NEPSE soars by 54 points, exceeds 12 billion in turnover

KATHMANDU: The Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) saw a significant surge

All stranded passengers rescued; Chandragiri Cable Car resumes operation after two hours

KATHMANDU: The Chandragiri Cable Car, which had come to a