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Daughter Gets Mother Arrested For Harassment
RANTNANAGAR (Chitwan), Jan 28: A daughter here got her mom arrested, filing a case against her for constantly torturing her.

Sangita Lama, 21, from Jutpani-7 of the district today filed a complaint against her mother Dhanamaya Tamang at the District Police Office, Chitwan charging her for continuously harassing her in the pretext of marrying a man belonging to a lower caste some four years ago.
Michelle Obama Navigates Limits On Women In Saudi Arabia
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, Jan 28: For first lady Michelle Obama, just a few hours in Saudi Arabia were enough to illustrate the stark limitations under which Saudi women live.

Joining President Barack Obama for a condolence visit after the death of the King Abdullah, Mrs. Obama stepped off of Air Force One wearing long pants and a long, brightly colored jacket — but no headscarf.
Fire Guts Property Worth Rs 1.2 Million
INARUWA, Jan 28: Property worth Rs 1.2 million was gutted after a house caught fire in Satsera VDC-6 of Sunsari district last night.

The house belonging to Muluki Yadav caught fire that was lit to keep people warm from cold, according to the District Police Office, Sunsari.
Uterine-prolapsed Women Shun Hospital Until Pain Is Unbearable
GORKHA, Jan 28: Bishnu Kumari Khatri, 69, of Takukot VDC-1 recently underwent surgery at Gorkha District Hospital for uterine prolapse. A mother of two, she suffered uterine prolapse after giving birth to her younger child. “I didn’t have adequate rest after the childbirth as there was a lot of household work. It has already been 35 years since my uterine prolapse,” she said. Her 36-year-old daughter, the younger offspring, has been looking after her in the hospital. “My mother never revealed her condition until now,” said the daughter. “Had she sought treatment as soon as she was diagnosed, it would have been much easier for her.”

Bishnu Kumari also has regrets over the delay. She said she did not dare talk about her condition as she feared that the treatment would be too costly, and that just brought further complications and worries to the family. She could not hide it any more when the pain became unbearable. “It would hurt when I walked, stood or sat. I had no choice but to consult the family,” she said.
Chepangs Eking Out Living Risk Life Over Rope-bridge
BHUMLICHOWK (GORKHA), Jan 27: The Chepang community of Bhumlichowk VDC makes a living crushing stones. The work is hard enough. But transporting the stone to Jogimara in Dhading district on the way to Hetauda Cement Factory makes life for them even more difficult as they have to cross the Trishuli River over a dilapidated rope-bridge.

Some 20 km from Muglin Bazaar along Prithvi Highway, the locals can be seen using the rope-bridge for lack of any alternative. Around 15 to 20 people on average, including Chepangs, risk their lives every day crossing the bridge.
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