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  KVDA Hires Botanist To Select Trees To Adorn Expanded Roads
       SANGEET SANGROLA  
 
   

 
  Govt Distributed īrottenī Vitamin Tablets
       KIRANMAN BAJRACHARYA  
 
    KAPILBASTU, April 24: It has been found that the Vitamin B Complex tablets being distributed for free by the District Health Office in Kapisvastu crumble when handled. The tablets have not exceeded their used-by date, which is January 2015.

According to the office, it had received over 200 cartons that contain 200,000 tables of the vitamin in Mid-July 2013. And for seven months since then, the office distributed the tablets to the district´s three hopsitals, two primary health centers, 16 health health posts, 57 sub-health posts and 384 village clinics.

 
  Youths Join Hands For Forest, Wildlife Conservation
       CHANDANI HAMAL  
 
    NAWALPARASI, April 24 : Fifteen-year old Surendra Gurung of Dailekh is waiting for his SLC examinations. But he wants to spend his spare time on forest conservation.

Like Surendra, Nita Bista of Kailali said she wants to turn Nepal into a green country through youth networking. “I also want to inspire other youths to join the campaign,” said Rita Chaudhary of Dang.

 
  Dalits Host Separate Kitchens For Other Castes At Wedding
       ANIL BHANDARI  
 
    SINDHULI, April 24 : They have absolutely no problem attending feasts organized by Dalits. But the only condition thing is that the food mustn´t have been prepared or touched by Dalits!

This was what was seen at a party organized by a Bishwakarma family in Hatpate VDC-4 in the district on Wednesday. At the party, people from the so-called higher castes including ´Brahmin and Chhetris´ had separate catering corners where all vegeterian and non-vegeterian items were prepared by Brahmin cooks.

 
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       SHREEJANA SHRESTHA  
 
   

 
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