Here are some stories you might have missedWe compile you some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post you might have missed.
We compile you some of the top stories from The Kathmandu Post you might have missed.
To begin with is a man who has burnt over 27,000 bodies at Pashupati Aryaghat. Burning bodies earns his daily bread and butter. Here is his story in full.
Secondary Education Examination (SEE) is set to begin from Sunday. According to the Office of the Controller of Examinations, 475,003 students will take part in the examination. More than half of them are girls. But a majority of these girls are enrolled in public schools while boys are sent to private schools for education. More on the story here.
New report said there have been highest rates of deaths related to Chhaupadi but not a single police complaint has been filed in Achham and Dailekh districts. Click here for more.
And to the final one for today. Waling Municipality Mayor Dilip Pratap Khand says his office is ready to take German watchmaker Michael Kobold and his associates to court if the latter don’t fulfill an agreement signed between the two parties last year. More on that here.
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