Police uncovers the names of people blamed for spilling SEE question papers

The Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police on Thursday made open the names of six individuals, including two police faculty conveyed to protect the inquiry papers, who were purportedly associated with releasing the Secondary Education Examination question papers, driving the specialists to drop the national test. Brahma Dev Sunrait and Deependra Kumar Mandal from Saptari,
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“That’s while it began to emerge as even extra difficult. The whole recognition shifted to vip visits, whilst it must were constant on treating the patients,” said dr atulesh chaurasia, scientific superintendent at narayani zonal health center in birgunj. The listing of traffic included top minister kp sharma oli, who travelled to the disaster-hit area
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The Parliamentary Education and Health Committee today chose to frame a sub-advisory group to examine claims against therapeutic universities of charging additional expense from understudies. Seat of board Jay Puri Gharti declared that sub-advisory group would examine each of the 21 therapeutic universities of the nation. As of late, a group of Nepal Medical Council
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Recently framed Janamat Party won’t pull back Alliance for Independent Madhes’ participation from the Unrepresented Nations and People’s Organizations. Point which upheld partition of Madhes in the past had fixed a 11-point manage the legislature on March 8 resolving to regard Nepal’s sway and regional respectability and to support its political reason inside the limits
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Common leopard geckos, one species of lizard has been found inhabiting the plain plain of Nepal. Reptiles with the scientific name ‘Eublepharis macularius’, are land lizards, which were first discovered in the Kamdi corridor in the Banke district in the process of research on biodiversity. The lizard was named ‘Baghe Mausuli’ in Nepali because the
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The government will immediately change the Civil Service Rules, allowing families of civil servants, who die while serving the government, to claim all pensions. The new provisions will have a retrospective effect, a minister told ENT on condition that anonymity. This means the family of civil servants, who have died while in service before the
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PM KP Sharma Oli tended to the Federal Parliament’s last gathering of winter session on Sunday, naming every one of the congregations held till date since the initiation of parliament as ‘sessions of accomplishment’. Reviewing that the National Assembly and House of Representatives supported 126 Acts and revised 193 Acts through the span of three
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President Bidya Devi Bhandari has delegated chairpersons to five distinctive established commissions, today. The President, on the suggestion of the Constitutional Council, delegated Balananda Poudel the director of National Natural Resources and Finance Commission, Shanta Raj Subedi the administrator of National Inclusion Commission, Bijaya Kumar Dutta the executive of Madhesi Commission, Bishnu Prasad Chaudhary the
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District Monitoring Committee, Jhapa, has concluded that illegal extraction of river products is being carried out in the district in collusion with local representatives. The high-level committee formed under the convenorship of District Coordination Committee Chief SomnathPortel revealed this at a press meet yesterday. The committee warned that it would take stern action against people
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Head administrator KP Sharma Oli has selected Prof Dev Narayan Saha as the bad habit chancellor of the National Academy of Medical Sciences. The arrangement was made yesterday on the proposal of Pro-chancellor of NAMS, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health and Population Upendra Yadav. Essentially, Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Yadav selected
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