Rs 50,000 looted

LALITPUR: Two unidentified persons in a motorcycle with plate number Ba 17 Pa 4493 looted Shanta Gurung off Rs 50,000 from Satdobato on Tuesday. Police said the looters might have followed Gurung from the Thamel-based Himalaya Bank from where he withdrew the cash. —HNS

Awareness drive

KATHMANDU: The Armed Police Force Family Women’s Association and Nepal Cancer Relief Institute jointly organised a programme to create awareness among the people of harmful effects of tobacco, the APF Headquarters said on Tuesday. — HNS

IT exhibition held

KATHMANDU: A two-day exhibition on information technology organised by the students of the College of Information Technology concluded here on Monday. Various software and hardware projects developed students were on display. — HNS

Women’s protest plan

KATHMANDU: Nepal Women’s Association, the sister organisation of the NC-D, has decided to take to the streets against the King’s February 1 move, said Uma Adhikari, president of the Association. — HNS

Art competition

KATHMANDU: The Lumbini International and Malpi Institute won first and second prizes in the Kathmandu Academy Summer Art Competition held on Sunday. Twenty-seven A level students

had participated in the Summer Art Competition, which was organised with the objective of promoting appreciation and awareness of ‘Art’ among young adults.— HNS

TU results out

KATHMANDU: TU Institute of Engineering on Tuesday published the results of the BE Electronics and Communications and Computer Engineering first year, first part regular and re-examinations and the Diploma Level Civil Engineering and the Automobile Engineering third year second part re-examinations. — RSS