Fire destroys over 500 huts in Bhutanese refugee camps

A massive fire broke out at the Bhutanese refugee camps in Goldhaap, Jhapa, on Tuesday, destroying over 500 huts out of the total 739. Some 150 huts were dismantled to bring fire under control.
The fire started at about 7.30 am in the morning from the hut owned by Rabilal Timsina of sector B-2 hut number 18 when he was performing puja, informed camp secretary Chiranjibi Rai. Six fire brigade vehicles and security personnel took the fire in control in three hours.
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The UN Director of Asia Pacific Division of Department of Political Affairs, Tamrat Samuel, and UN Residential Representative to Nepal, Robert Piper, jointly met Prime Minister Jhala Nath Khanal at the PM’s residence in Baluwatar, Monday morning. At the meeting Tamrat asked PM Read More »
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Car Buyer’s Bill of Rights
Nowadays, some people deem cars as part of their necessities instead of being a privilege. Cars are now important when you travel, especially if you have a large family. If you compute your expenses and have a large family, you might be able to save more. Thus, it is advisable to have your own family car than to let your family members take public transportation. It can be similar with carpooling. To protect car buyers, there is a bill of rights that has been approved. This bill aims to protect consumers when they buy new or used cars. It will protect you in case something goes wrong with the car you purchased.

In some cases, rich car enthusiasts like to buy cars so that they can customize it, which is a similar activity that you can do in cargame online. You can put decals, change the paint, and add car accessories to it.

Nepal is a country found between India and China. But even though two large countries surrounded it, Nepal is still able to have a culture that is distinct on its own. Nepal is a gateway towards the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest, and not only that, 8 out of the 10 highest mountains in the world is located there. Furthermore, it is the location that is said to be the birthplace of Buddha, Lumbini. And there are over 27,000,000 people living in Nepal and most of them are Hindi.

There have been stories of abominable snowmen lurking around Nepal, but no one has ever found one. Other than Yetis, they have holy cows. Yes, holy cows! Since cows are their national animal, killing of cows is illegal. So Nepalis never tasted the wondrous beef. There are many things that you can do when you are visiting Nepal. You can go trekking since the country has a number of mountains. You can also try zip flying, since the world’s highest and longest zip line is found in Annapurnas, Nepal. You can also try bungee jumping, mountain biking, wood carving, and pottery. And by allowing flash player in Chrome, you can read more info about Nepal.

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