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Muglin- Naubise road obstructed
KATHMANDU: The Muglin-Naubise road section has been obstructed due to landslide. The Area Police Office, Muglin said the road has been blocked by debris from a landslide near Nagdikhola, Ichchhyakamana rural municipality-5 of Chitwan district. The huge landslide occurred at 2 am last night. Works are underway at present to remove the landslide debris on from the road, police said.   ....
CAN calls 24 players for closed training session for ICC Women’s T20 Asia Qualifiers
The Cricket Association of Nepal has called 24 players for a closed training session for the ICC Women's T20 Asia Qualifiers scheduled to take place in Malaysia from November 23-28. The selected players for the training session include Binu Budha Magar, Rubina Chhetri, Kajol Shrestha, Indu Barma, Apsari Begam, Roma Thapa, Sabnam Rai, Sangita Rai, Saraswati Chaudhary, Anuradha Chaudhary, Suman Khatiwada, Saraswati GM, Kanchan Sh ....
First book on the overall history of 25-year-old city Itahari unveiled
ITAHARI: An extensive volume on the history of Itahari has been unveiled. The 336-page research book was collectively unveiled on Tuesday by three firsts of Itahari- first minister from Itahari Ramkumar Subba, first mayor and provincial assembly member from Itahari Sarbadhwoj Sanba, first School-operator Debit Subba as well as incumbent mayor Dwariklal Chaudhary and the land donor to the municipality and also the filmmaker Hemnarayan Chaudhary at ....
Asian Cup Qualifier: Nepal playing against Philippines in first match
KATHMANDU: Nepal will take on the Philippines in the first game of the qualification round of the Asian Football Federation (AFC) Women's Asian Cup, 2022. All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) said Nepal, which is in the Group F of the Qualification, will play against the Philippines on September 18. The match will be held in Uzbekistan. Similarly, the Nepali national women's team will be playing its second gam ....
Afghanistan: Hundreds of prisoners including Taliban terrorists escape from Charikar prison
Kabul [Afghanistan] : Hundreds of prisoners on Sunday fled from Afghanistan's Charikar prison amid the Taliban's drastic gains in the country. Brigadier General Abdul Rauf Uruzgani and the provincial police chief informed that the prisoners escaped due to negligence on the part of the prison director. About 600 inmates, including many Taliban members, were held in the prison, Pajhwok Afghan News reported. A res ....
Afghan conflict: Taliban take Mazar-i-Sharif, government’s last northern stronghold
Taliban fighters have captured Mazar-i-Sharif, the last major city in northern Afghanistan which was still under government control. ....
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