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Nepal floods: Toll climbs to 65, 30 still missing; water level in four rivers crosses danger mark amid heavy rainfall
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Nepal floods: Toll climbs to 65, 30 still missing; water level in four rivers crosses danger mark amid heavy rainfall

It is estimated that around 6,000 people in Nepal have been badly affected by floodwaters that inundated their houses.

In Uttar Pradesh's Lalitpur, ill-equipped anganwadi centres struggle to stymie malnourishment among children
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In Uttar Pradesh's Lalitpur, ill-equipped anganwadi centres struggle to stymie malnourishment among children

Many problems plague the the workforce of anganwadi centres in Lalitpur, including the lack of training, irregular payments, lack of job standardisation, poor compensation

One dead, two injured in blast on outskirts of Nepal's Kathmandu; no group claims responsibility, police detain six
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One dead, two injured in blast on outskirts of Nepal's Kathmandu; no group claims responsibility, police detain six

The incident occurred outside the headquarters of Ncell, a telecommunications company mostly owned by Malaysia-based Axiata Group Berhad.

In rural Bundelkhand, a Lalitpur singer's music brings joy to people who suffer great hardships
India

In rural Bundelkhand, a Lalitpur singer's music brings joy to people who suffer great hardships

Nirbhal Singh Kushwaha, who has received no formal training in music, has brought hope to many listeners in Bundelkhand — a region that has suffered economic deprivation for decades

In Bundelkhand, the onset of the rains is marked by nostalgia for sawan celebrations of the past
India

In Bundelkhand, the onset of the rains is marked by nostalgia for sawan celebrations of the past

After a long summer marked by the dry, scorching heat and a relentless sun, the onset of the rains is a harbinger of good things to come, especially for the parched Bundeli landscape and its people

Ram Nath Kovind, Narendra Modi extend Janmashtami greetings to nation; ask citizens to follow path of virtue and righteousness
India

Ram Nath Kovind, Narendra Modi extend Janmashtami greetings to nation; ask citizens to follow path of virtue and righteousness

Taking to his twitter handle, Ram Nath Kovind appealed to citizens to follow the path of virtue and righteousness in thought, word, and deed.

Far from providing compensation, a policy aimed at new mothers is becoming the reason for distress in rural Bundelkhand
India

Far from providing compensation, a policy aimed at new mothers is becoming the reason for distress in rural Bundelkhand

The Pradhan Mantri Matritva Vandana Yojana (PMMVY) is yet another policy-level venture drafted by a group of men vainly trying to solve an issue relating to women. Ostensibly aimed at improving the poor levels of nutrition among “Pregnant Women and Lactating Mothers”, the PMMVY provides a cash incentive of 5000 rupees to each such mother, on the birth of her first living child, payable in three instalments subject to her fulfilling certain criteria at every stage.

KP Sharma Oli picked as next Nepal prime minister by CPN-UML, says senior party leader
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KP Sharma Oli picked as next Nepal prime minister by CPN-UML, says senior party leader

The CPN-UML picked party chairman KP Sharma Oli as the next Prime Minister of Nepal, a senior leader of the party said, over two months after the successful conclusion of historic parliamentary polls

UP Election 2017 as it happened: 60.03% voter turnout recorded as polling closes for seventh and final phase
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UP Election 2017 as it happened: 60.03% voter turnout recorded as polling closes for seventh and final phase

A highly-charged final phase of campaigning for the Uttar Pradesh polls culminated on Monday with the show of strength by the BJP, the Samajwadi Party-Congress combine and the BSP in PM Narendra Modi's Varanasi constituency taking centre stage where he camped for three days.

UP phase four polls: In parched Bundelkhand, seven of 19 seats saw close race in 2012
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UP phase four polls: In parched Bundelkhand, seven of 19 seats saw close race in 2012

All the 19 seats of the Bundelkhand region, which is arguably the most underdeveloped part of Uttar Pradesh, go to polls on Thursday

FIR filed against BSP MLA's son for harassing girl
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FIR filed against BSP MLA's son for harassing girl

An FIR has been lodged against the son of a BSP MLA for kidnapping and harassing a minor girl in Lalitpur, police said on Thursday.