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China railway line to reach Nepal border by 2020

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Kathmandu, July 24: China has been planning to extend a railway line to Nepal’s border by 2020, international news agency Reuters reported.

Quoting state-run newspaper, Reuters reported that China has been planning to extend a railway line linking Tibet with the rest of the country to the borders of India, Nepal and Bhutan by 2020 once an extension to a key site in Tibetan Buddhism opens. [More]

  THE MARGINALIZED Mess in Muwgu  
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Health workers playing truant erode public trust

In the first week of July, when a team of government officials visited Kimri health post of Mugu district, they were greeted by a locked door. Let alone health workers, even peons were not around. It seemed as if the health post had been abandoned forever.

However, within a few minutes after the monitoring team, led by Dr Ran Bahadur Bogati, medical officer of the District Public Health Office, Mugu, arrived, the in-charge of Kimri health post, Birendra Bahadur Shahi, turned up. Still gasping, Shahi unlocked the health post.

 
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