KATHMANDU: The four-day long ninth ECAN Educational Fair concluded in the capital on Sunday. A press statement issued here by Education Consultancy Association of Nepal said that around 155,000 people visited the fair where representatives from colleges, universities and academic institutions from various countries such as Australia, Japan, US, the UK, Canada, China, India and many other countries participated. The fair had disseminated information about educational opportunities in foreign countries. There were more than 200 stalls and pavilions at the fair.
Yarsa trader nabbed
KATHMANDU: A woman has been arrested with 455 grams of yarsagumba, also known as the Himalayan Viagra, from the capital on Saturday. Police identified the suspect as Susmita Lama, 28, of Dolakha, currently residing in a rented room in Nagarjun Municipality. Acting on a tip-off, a police team raided Lama’s room and confiscated the herb.