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Abandoned Firearms Recovered In Saptari
RAJBIRAJ, Oct 31: A team of Armed Police Force (APF) personnel on Friday recovered illegal weapons from a bush in Bisahariya VDC, some eight kilometers from Rajbiraj, the district headquarters of Saptari.

The APF team found one SMG, its two magazines and four country-made guns, according to Deputy Superintendent of Police Kedar Dhakal, spokesperson of District Police Office (DPO), Saptari.
Relief Eludes Family Of Migrant Worker Who Died In Saudi Arabia
BAGLUNG, Nov 1: Like every other migrant worker going abroad for foreign employment, Kabiraj Pariyar of Chhisti-7 had left for Saudi Arabia with the hopes of making a fortune. However, his dream was cut short on November 5, 2009, when he died in the country of his employment.

Years have gone by since his death but Pariyar´s wife, Bishnudevi, has still not received compensation from the government for the loss.
Experts Call For Proper Investigation To Curb Road Accidents
KATHMANDU, Nov 1 : Whenever a road accident takes place, authorities are quick to point out that it is the result of the driver´s negligence. And the investigation into the accident is instantly wrapped up.

For instance, as many as three people were killed and eight injured in a road accident involving a bus and four motorcycles at Babarmahal on October 14. Metropolitan Traffic Police Division (MTPD) promptly said the deadly accident occurred due to over-speeding of the bus. And the investigation into the incident was soon wrapped up.
Easy Availability, Lax Monitoring Fueling Drugs Abuse
ITAHARI, Nov 1 : A total of 195 drug abusers and traffickers were caught by the police in the first three months of the current fiscal year. While police crackdowns against drug abusers have continued, smuggling activities in the region seems to have only grown over the years.

Youths in Jhapa, Ilam, Morang, Sunsari, Saptari and Siraha are increasingly falling in the trap of drug abuse, say the police.
TUTH To Form Specialist Medical Team For VIPs, VVIPs
KATHMANDU, Oct 31: The Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) has decided to form a team of specialist doctors to provide medical care, in case of need, to VVIPs and VIPs attending the upcoming SAARC Summit.

The government has chosen TUTH along with Bir Hospital and Civil Hospital as treatment centers for leaders and guests attending the SAARC summit.
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