An identical pieces discovered at Tribhuvan World Airport!

Police have arrested an Indian national from Tribhuvan International Airport along with half a kilo of gold hidden in his secret pass. According to SSP Rajesh Nath Bastola of the Airport Security Office, Mohammed Zuhaewal of Uttar Pradesh, India, was arrested from Dubai on a Flydubai flight.

Police have seized half a kilogram of gold hidden in a mall by police on the basis of a tip-off that they had brought gold from Dubai. Zubed, who hails from Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh, had brought the gold by using an X-ray machine without reading it.

Mohammad Zuweed, 42, has undergone a medical examination at Kathmandu Medical College in Sinamangal. He has hidden two loaves of gold in such a place.

Gold, which is being smuggled to his private part, has been recovered in collaboration with the police and customs. It is said that it was hidden in a private party. After clearing the customs and leaving, the police were shocked to see his fight on the way to Arrival. The body was found during a checkpoint, ‘said SSP Rajesh Banstola, chief of the airport security office. Banstola added, ‘Gold is approximately half a kilo. It has 545 grams including plastic. It has been submitted to the customs. The customs will carry out the measurement and necessary action.

Also: Government’s request to take those who have passed the EPS exam to Korea as soon as possible

The government has requested the Korean government to make arrangements to repatriate Nepali workers who have passed the Employment Permit System (EPS) examination as soon as possible.

At the fifth meeting of the bilateral consultation mechanism between Nepal and the Republic of Korea held here on Wednesday, the government requested to take those who have passed the examination to Korea as soon as possible. The government has also requested to increase the number of quotas for Nepal under EPS.

During the meeting, the two sides discussed issues related to counter-COVID-19 and cooperation in the areas of counter-rehabilitation, trade, investment, employment, energy, technology, education, tourism, culture and people-to-people contacts, said Lok Bahadur Thapa, Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Acknowledging the significant contribution of Nepali workers in Korea to both countries’ economies, the two sides agreed to renew the MoU on employment EPS as soon as possible, said Thapa, head of the Foreign Ministry’s North East Asia Division and leader of the Nepali delegation.

The meeting discussed the overall aspects of Nepal-Korea relations and emphasized on high-level visit and engagement to further promote the friendly relations between the two countries. During the discussions, the two sides also exchanged views on possible cooperation in the areas of mutual benefit at the regional and multilateral levels, including the United Nations and the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC).

The Thapa-led delegation included senior officials from various ministries of the Government of Nepal and the Korean delegation included Director General of the South Asian and Pacific Affairs Bureau Sangryol Lee, officials from the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, officials of the Korean Embassy here, country director and representative of the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Nepal office.

On Wednesday, Director General Sangryol Lee paid a courtesy call on Foreign Secretary Bharatraj Poudyal. During the meeting, various issues of mutual interest were discussed.

Also: Census from tomorrow: All preparations completed

The main census of the 12th series of the national census, which is conducted every 10 years, will start tomorrow, November 10.

The census will continue till November 26 and all preparations have been completed for it, it was informed at a press conference organized by the Central Statistics Office here today.

The houses and households have already been listed in the first phase of the census. It was informed on the occasion that about 40,000 enumerators and 8,500 supervisors are being mobilized to collect the details of all the persons within 15 days of the enumerators reaching all the families who have been enlisted and even missed for any reason.

To make the census successful, various census coordination and facilitation committees have been formed from the center to the ward level, said Director General of the Department, Nabin Lal Shrestha. According to him, 87 district census offices, including census offices, and 349 local census offices have been set up in seven states to conduct the census.

There are 80 questionnaires in the census form. It takes an average of 20 minutes for a family to fill out a questionnaire. In this process, basic economic, social, service, facilities, infrastructure and disaster situation information will be collected from 6,743 wards across the country and community questionnaire will be filled and real information of the entire ward can be obtained from it, said Director General Shrestha.

Replying to a question, he said that a census was being taken in Kalapani, Lipulek and Limpiyadhura areas through diplomatic channels with India through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In this census, details will be collected from tablets using digital copy method in six municipalities of Kathmandu district including Kathmandu Metropolitan City and paper questionnaires will be used in other places across the country.

This time, he informed that the details of Nepali employees and dependents are being collected from the website application by adopting e-censorship method in Nepali diplomatic missions abroad. According to Director General Shrestha, based on the household listing, it is estimated that the population of Nepal will not reach 30 million in this census. It is said that the preliminary report of the census will be brought within three months and it will take two years for the complete details to come.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Ram Kumar Phuyal, Member of the National Planning Commission, said that the census conducted every ten years could provide basic population data at national and local level and also provide information on social, demographic and economic indicators related to periodic development goals and monitoring and evaluation of sustainable development goals.

Also: Huge income from selling flowers
A farmer here has managed to earn more than two lakh rupees by selling seven quintals of centipede flowers in one season.

Chandra Bahadur Rana of Rupkhani of Galyang Municipality-5 of Syangja has been able to get the income from commercial floriculture by making good use of the barren land. Through Maulakalika Agriculture and Livestock Firm, he has planted 1,500 seedlings of American Sun Orange Marigold and 1,500 seedlings of Marigold and planted 6,000 flowering plants.

“I started cultivating flowers commercially in my own eight ropani area in the village two months ago,” said businessman Rana. “We are spending money on flowers imported from abroad. I have increased it. ”

Entrepreneur Rana said that he earned Rs. 210,000 from selling seven quintals of flowers during Dashain and Tihar. The flowers produced at the farm are sold at the rate of Rs 300 per kg.

Five quintals of flowers produced here have been sold in Pokhara, one quintal in Bhairahawa and one quintal from the firm. “During Dashain and Tihar, the demand for flowers produced here has reached Syangja district, Pokhara, Bhairahawa and other places,” said businessman Rana. There will be sales for the upcoming big Ekadashi and weddings in Mangsir. ”

He estimates that a minimum of Rs. 60,000 will be earned from the remaining flowers during production. He said that in the coming days, the nursery will be equipped with more organized and modern equipment and tools at low cost. Encouraged by the success of earning a good income from selling flowers in the same season, he is still thinking of expanding farming on a large scale.


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