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The ethnographic study of social change among the Athpahariya Rais of Dhankuta.
Four District Hospitals (DHs) and eight Primary Health Care Centers (PHCCs) in Terathum, Panchthar, Dhankuta, and Sankhuwasabha districts were selected.
Assistant chief of the APMOC Netra Kafle said, "The stocks collected from Sunsari, Morang, Dhankuta and India five days ago have perished as they could not be delivered to potential consumers.
This ethnic group is spread in Taplejung, Panchthar, Ilam, and Jhapa of Mechi zone and Sankhuwasava, Tehrathum, Dhankuta, Sunsari and Morang of Koshi Zone, in eastern Nepal in the area of 16,358 square kilometer.
On Wednesday, Maoists killed a member of the Youth Force (YF), the UML-affiliated youth wing, Sudeep Karki, in Makawanpur for allegedly defying the Maoist strike, while dozens of cadres were beawwten up in Dhankuta.
Thus, it includes Leguwa, Jitpur, Marekkatahare, Sanne, Hattikharka, Murtidhungnga, Tangkhuwa, Teliya, Parewadin VDCs in the Dhankuta district and Panchakanya Pokhari, Phakchamara, Hamarjung, Angdim, Phulek, Basantapur, Dangappa, Sudap and Okhre in the Terhathum district.
Authorities clamped curfew in Dhankuta, Humla and Parbat to ease tensions that escalated after clashes between the Maoist and CPN-UML supporters.
2 27,690 1237 Sources: Himalayan Studies Centres (HSC) 1989 Nepal Living Standards Survey Report, CBS] 996 Human Development Report, National Planning Commission (NPC) 2000 Table 3: Growth poles and Development Centres Growth Poles Regions Development Centres Biratnagar- Koshi (Eastern) Biratnager, Dharan, Dhankuta Dhankuta, Hedanga Hetaunda- Kathmandu Birgunj, Kathmandu Valley, Kathmandu (Central) Hetauda, Barabishe, Dhunche Bhairahawa- Gandaki Bhairawa, Butwal, Tansen, Jomsom (Western) Shangja, Pokhara, Jomsom Nepalganj-Jumla Karnali Nepalganj, Surkhet, Dailekh, Jumla Far Western) Source: The Fourth Plan (1970-1975) HMG/NPC, Nepal.
At Madanchowk in the eastern district of Dhankuta, Maoist supporters clashed with activists of the CPN-UML's sister wing, Youth Force (YF).
It is spoken in the Chhathar area which covers parts of the Dhankuta district that includes villages such as Jitpur, Marek Katahare, Hatikharka, Murtidhungga, Dhankuta municipality, Bhirgaun, Tangkhuwa, Teliya, Parewadin etc, and the Terhathum district which includes villages such as Pancha Kanya, Hamurjang, Okhre, Dangapa and so on.
DHANGADHI, May 5 -- The Indian Seema Surakshya Bal (SSB) has intensified search at the Gauriphanta transit point in Dhankuta with the UCPN (Maoist)-called general strike in the country.
BHAKTAPUR, May 5 -- Dhankuta wore a tense look on Wednesday after the activists of UML-aligned Youth Force (YF) attacked the rally of Maoist cadres who were enforcing the closure of market in the district.