Nepal Today

Sunday, June 16, 2013

DATE EXPIRED MEDICINES FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION SEIZED IN SARLAHI Kathmandu, 16 June:: A large quantity of different medicines that was date expired is found in Primary Health Centre, Lalbandi, Sarlahi district, RSS reports from Sarlahi. The seized medicines include Vomex 6,000 tablets, clove oil 400 bottles, Uninorm 280, Metriz 710 bottles, and medicine of polio disease. It was discovered when the management committee members of the Centre who were called for a meeting checked the medicine store, said Govinda Mahat, a member of the committee. The committee member Mahat claimed that the large quantity of the date expired medicines remained in stock as the Doctor in the Centre prescribed the medicine from his private clinic. Similarly, Kapildev Saha, storekeeper at the District Public Health Office, said the problem was followed as a result of the negligence from the doctors as they prescribed the medicine of their medical shop instead of the medicine available at the Centre. Nnnn BOY GOES MISSING ON RAPTI Rathmandu, 16 June:: A man, who had gone for fishing in Rapti river has gone missing since Saturday evening, according to Tek Bahadur Gurung, Sub-Inspector at Area Police Office, Gitanagar, RSS reports from Ratnanagar in Chitwan. Sub-Inspector Gurung quoted locals that Prem Bote (18) of Jagatpur in Chitwan district has gone missing after a crocodile attacked him while fishing on the river at Ghailabari-1, Jagatpur of the district. Rapti River is considered to be a place where large numbers of crocodiles are found. Locals and police have been searching for the missing man. nnnn


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