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Project Areas :Eastern Tarai Districts: Morang, Sunsari, Saptari, Siraha, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Dhanusha, Rautahat, Bara and Parsa Far and Mid-Western Hill Districts: Dolpa, Jajarkot, Jumla, Mugu, Kalikot, Achham, Bajura, Humla and Bajhang
Khawaja Saad Rafiq ke press conference ke baad woh jumla yaad aaraha hai jo PMLN k aik Sialkoti MNA ne joint session mein kaha tha
The aircraft, a 9NA BB, was on its way to Jumla from Nepal's tourism hub Pokhara, but ultimately ended crashed in Arghakhachi, a remote hilly district.
It was flying from Kathmandu to Jumla when it made an unscheduled fuelling stop in the city of Pokhara.
Officials said the plane, a Canadian-made Twin Otter on a flight from the resort town of Pokhara to Jumla in the far west, had broken into pieces, scattering the hillside.
The Twin Otter craft operated by Nepal Airlines was flying from the resort city of Pokhara to Jumla.
The Nepal Airlines plane was flying from the resort city of Pokhara to Jumla when its contact was lost shortly after take-off on Sunday.
The Civil Aviation Authority said the Twin Otter had left the western lake city of Pokhara and was bound for Jumla in the north.
The source added that the army also destroyed terrorists' hideouts in the areas of Tafas, Da'el, Jasem, Jumla, Saham al-Golan, al-Shajara and Ibta' and eliminated tens of terrorists, some of them of non-Syrian nationalities.
While working as a medical officer in the Jumla district hospital in a rural area of Nepal, I attended a woman whose case is reported here, who presented at terra pregnancy with uterovaginal prolapse in which the baby's foot was protruding, along with a huge pressure sore in the anterior lip of the cervix.
Along with these three Malla kingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley, the Sena Kingdoms of Palpa, Maknwanpur, Chaudandi, Bijayapur, and Tanahu, and the Kingdoms of Gorkha, Kaski, Parvat, Lamjung, Jumla, Doti, Salyan, Bajhang, Jajarkot, Mustang etc.
Dilli Bahadur Thapa from from Jumla thinks it will be a matter of shame to return home "empty handed.