Nepal Today

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

NEPALI COUPLE FOUND DEAD IN NEW DELHI Kathmandu, 28 Feb.: The decomposed bodies of a Nepali couple were found inside their house, police said on Wednesday, agencies report from New Delhi. The bodies were recovered from their rented house, which was locked from outside, in Govindpuri in south Delhi on Tuesday night, reported NDTV. Neighbours called the police about a foul odour coming out of the house. The woman's body has been identified as Pavitra (38), while the man's body is yet to be identified though police suspect it to be of Ram Bahadur, Pavitra's husband. The bodies were lying in the bathroom. The couple was last seen February 14 when they told their landlord they were going to their village in Nepal. They used to sell momos and were living in the locality for 11 months. Police is yet to ascertain whether they committed suicide by consuming poison or were killed. Nnnn TRIPLETS BORN IN TAPLEJUNG Kathmandu, 28 Feb.: Triplets born at a hospital in Taplejung Tuesday. Salina Chauhan‚ 19‚ of Aambegudin VDC‚ gave birth to the boys named Ram‚ Laxman and Bharat Condition of the newborn babies and mother is normal‚ the district hospital said. According to father Bishnu Salina the first child weighing 1.3kg was born at 11:45 am at home. Salina was delivered the two other babies at a primary health centre in Telok. The triplets were born in a space of five hours. Nnnn


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