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Prachand to embark on six-day India visit from September 7

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KATHMANDU — Nepal Communist party cochair and former Prime Mnister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda will embark on a six-day visit to India from September 7 to 12.

“The dates for former prime minister Prachanda’s visit to India have been confirme,” stated an official statement from the secretariat of Prachanda He will visit India from September 7 to 12,” adding ,”After returning from India he will leave for China on September 17 for a week.”

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During his visit, Prachanda will engage in various high-level talks and discussions.

This will be Prachanda’s maiden visit to India after the two communist parties — Nepal Maoist Center and Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist — recently unified.

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Rolpa begins hair oil production





ROLPA— A factory established in Sulichaur, the eastern belt in Rolpa district, has started the production of hair oil through processing of medicinal herbs available in the locality.

Established with the investment of Rs 15 million, a total of 35 people have been employed, proprietor of the industry Tek Bahadur Ghartimagar said.

According to Ghartimagar, the productions of the company are exported to the bigger cities such as Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan and other market areas, as they are not sold in the local market due to higher prices.

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He said that cinnamon, bay leaf (Cinnamomum tamala), Calamus (Acorus Calamus), muskroot and many other locally available herbs are processed to produce the hair oil.

He also said that the local farmers are also encouraged to produce grass and herbs to avert the crisis of the raw materials as the materials produced in community forests and private forests could not meet the demand for raw materials.

Ghartimagar is of the view that the income of the community forests could be increased by doing farming of the medicinal herbs. “It would increase the income of community forests and also ensures sustainability of the industries,” he adds.

Rolpa is considered as a good source of many medicinal herbs where the local residents are making good income from the sale of the products. However, some herbs are yet to be identified despite their high values.

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