HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
KATHMANDU: The Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police on Friday arrested Shyam Dangol (50) of Lalitpur. Dangol, who had been on the run, faces charges of misappropriating around Rs 59.67 million of depositors of Gorkha Development Bank. According to CIB, he was picked up from his house in Saatdobato, Lalitpur.
Bus kills woman
KATHMANDU: Bhagwati Lamichhane (45) of Sitapaila died after being hit by a bus (Ba 2 Kha 6006) belonging to Samyukta Yatayat in Swoyambhu on Friday. She was trying to cross the road when the incident occurred at around 5:20am. Police said she died on the spot. Police have arrested the bus driver and impounded the vehicle for investigation
Missing found dead
BHAKTAPUR: Bishnu Rana Magar (45) of Changu-3, who was missing since Wednesday, has been found dead nearby his house on Friday. Police said the body was discovered 200 metres down his house. Preliminary investigation suggests that he had consumed poison to kill self. Officials said further investigation was under way.
VoIP operators held
KATHMANDU: A Central Investigation Bureau team of Nepal Police on Friday raided a hi-tech Voice over Internet Protocol call centre illegally operating in Kamalpokhari and arrested three persons involved in the criminal act. The arrested are Uttam Maharjan (30) and Rajesh Gopali (23) of Makwanpur and Jyoti Lal Adhikari (30) of Arghakhachi. The CIB team had caught them in the act. CIB have also confiscated three 128-Hypermedia GSM Gateway, 18 Fixed Wireless Terminal, two Optical Fibre Link Box, an internet omni antenna and an RF Repeater among many other equipment used in VoIP.
India education expo
KATHMANDU: A two-day long Indian Education and Career Expo 2012 will be held from Saturday in the Capital. The expo to be held at The Everest Hotel will features various Indian colleges and universities, according to Crystal Events, the organiser. A press statement by the organiser said the exhibition aims at providing first-hand information on educational opportunities, availability of courses and further career prospects targeting all students who are interested further their studies in India.
Mock poll in school
KATHMANDU: Belmont International School on Friday held a mock election to prepare children for democratic elections. As many as 32 students had filed their candidacy for different positions in a poll to choose the head boy, head girl, four house captains and the vice-captain.