Mundre, Magne Budha and Komal Oli arrested for entertaining public

Comedy artists Jitu Nepal (Mundre), Kedar Ghimire (Magne Budha) and singer Komal Oli were taken into custody for performing without approval in Dhading. Dhading police arrested them when they were having fun with the local people in Nil Kantha Higher Secondary School.

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The police who arrested them told that the Chief District Officer (CDO) had ordered to arrest the artists for performing without approval. The CDO Basudev Ghimire later claimed that the artists were not arrested but only called to discuss the issue. The CDO has told that such programs should be done only after the permission of the government bodies.

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Documentary – Rays of Hope

RIMS Nepal Presents
Documentary – Rays of Hope

Produced by Media Service Nepal
Resource Identification and Management Society Nepal, Dhading

This video summarizes the activities and impacts encompasses the various aspects of community empowerment. It also highlights some major aspects of the working approaches and community reflections.

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Shobita and Nirajan spent their marriage cost for the school children

Shobita Simkhada and Nirajan Bhandari have gone out of the way to help the needy and set an example on how one can make a difference in somebody’s life. Our sincere thanks to the newly married couple. Keep the good works!

Actress Shobita Simkhada and media-person Nirajan Bhandari had married in May. The marriage was a low-profile event – without parties and celebrations. The couple had promised to spend all the money required to do a "Normal" type of marriage to social causes.

And, they have kept the promise! Two schools in Gumdi of Dhading district will be receiving life-long support from the new couple.

Kantipur quotes that they will pay the cost of the education of Radhika Mijar of grade 3 and Biraj Sunar of class 1 in Kalika Devi Primary School. Similarly, they will also provide the cost of education of Sun Bahadur Gurung (Grade 10), Sunita Basnet and Shova Nepali (Grade 9), Tika Maya Mijar (Grade 8), and Roshan Shrestha of Grade 4 in Tamakharka Higher Secondary school.

The total cost of support will be Rs. 50,000 per year. They might also support two students in plus two in the future.

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