Team formed to hold talks with government regarding Tikapur incident
Tharuwan/Tharuhat Rashtriya Morcha says it will continue their movement until the government releases all prisoners connected to Tikapur incident and withdraws false cases filed against them.
Rice supply disrupted in Sudurpaschim Province due to contractors’ reluctance
The contractors have refused to transport goods citing financial losses on the trips they make to the hilly regions.
Elderly citizens confident after anti-Covid vaccine
No health complications reported in Kanchanpur residents.
Seven held from Oli’s event for wearing t-shirts with slogans demanding justice for Nirmala Pant
People who attended the function say they were not allowed to wear anything black, even caps or masks.
Nepalis are leaving for India to work—in droves
Most migrant workers returning to India fear political instability in Nepal may lead to an unstable economy, pushing them to the brink of poverty.
Kailali landslide survivors say government left them high and dry
Around 100 families have moved to the Tarai plains and set up a camp inside a community forest.
Drinking water projects in Sudurpaschim left incomplete due to lack of budget
Over a hundred drinking water projects that were handed over by the federal government to the provincial government have not received additional budget.
Nine people killed, 34 others injured in bus accident in Baitadi
The passenger bus en route to Mahendranagar fell about 500 metres below the road at Khodpe on Thursday night.
Large number of people from Sudurpaschim Province are leaving for India for jobs after Dashain
People living in rural regions of Sudurpaschim have no option but to go to Indian cities for jobs as they have no job opportunities at home.
Number of Covid-19 patients in need of critical care increasing in Sudurpaschim
The current medical infrastructure and human resources across all Covid-19 specific hospitals in the province are not enough to provide effective treatment, say health officials.
Employment programmes not stopping Sudurpaschim folks from going back to India
Over 10,000 Nepalis have already crossed the border at Gauriphanta to reach India since mid-August.
Sudurpaschim labs not utilised to their full extent
The province’s four labs have the capacity to test over 4,000 swab samples a day. But only 1,000 samples are being collected.
Dhangadhi reports community transmission cases of Covid-19
The number of infections in the city has increased since May 21, as more returnees from India came back to the city from the Gauriphanta border point.
Flood victims of Bhajani still seeking safe shelter
More than 550 families displaced by flood in July have moved to a community forest area from the Postal Highway.
Ban on timber trade since May has left logs worth millions decaying
The ban has led to a shortage of timber in Sudurpaschim Province while consumers are forced to pay exorbitant prices.