Code of conduct for local poll comes into effectBy TRN Online
Until the May 13 local poll is over, news media and their employees including journalists should not take any donations, gifts, or financial assistance from the political parties, candidates, or their representatives, according to the code of conduct.
Bharatpur hospital to be developed a medical college: Chair PrachandaBy TRN Online
In his address to a function organized on the occasion of the 59th anniversary here today, he floated a modality of tripartite memorandum of understanding among the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and concerned hospital for upgrading Bharatpur hospital to a medical college.
11 new cases, 89 recoveries in last 24 hrsBy TRN Online
Additional 11 people have been found infected with the novel coronavirus in the PCR test of 2,728 people in the last 24 hours.
Ruling alliance to issue joint statement on electoral allianceBy TRN Online
The meeting of the ruling alliance held today decided to issue a joint statement with regard to the upcoming local level elections and electoral alliance.
President Bhandari inaugurates HISSAN's 8th national conventionBy RSS
President Bidya Devi Bhandari inaugurated the 8th national convention of Higher Institutions and Secondary School' Association Nepal (HISSAN) here today. The two-day national convention of the national level umbrella association of privately funded secondary schools and higher institutions in the country kicked off from today.
TU conducting research on climate adaptive capacityBy The Rising Nepal
The Central Department of Geography, Tribhuvan University has started a collaborative research on households’ adaptive capacity to climate change in South Asia. This research includes several case studies from different parts in South Asia and aims to bring a synthesised knowledge by integrating both natural and social science perspective that will provide knowledge and policy input to combat climate change at local, national and regional level. This is important as we have very poor knowledge...
Female deputies aspire to lead local levelsBy The Rising Nepal
In Kailali, deputy mayors and vice-chairs are now on the threshold of becoming chiefs of municipalities. Stating that women also are capable of leading in any situation, they are preparing to become chiefs of the municipalities. Most women were elected as deputy mayor and vice-chair in local level elections held in 2017. There are few women at local levels. As a result, an illusion has been created that the post of deputy mayor or vice-president is for women only.
Labour Minister proposes 2% higher interest on remittanceBy The Rising Nepal
Minister for Labour, Employment and Social Security Krishna Kumar Shrestha has proposed up to two per cent higher interest rate on the remittances directly deposited in Nepal's bank accounts from abroad.
Seven new cases, 25 recoveries in last 24 hrsBy TRN Online
According to the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), none tested positive for the virus in the antigen test of 1,849 people in the same period.
Law Minister Sharma assumes officeBy TRN Online
Newly appointed Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Govinda Prasad Sharma Koirala (Bandi) assumed his office today.
PM Deuba inaugurates vaccination campaign against typhoidBy RSS
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba initiated the typhoid vaccination campaign amidst a function organised at the Durbar High School, Ranipokhari here today.
'Non-communicable diseases can be prevented with cooperation of all'By RSS
Minister for Health and Population Birodh Khatiwada has said that the coordination and cooperation of all sides was necessary for the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases.
Healthcare for all govt priority: PMBy The Rising Nepal
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba said that the government is positive in developing the health sector and making the services available for all. PM Deuba made this remark while addressing the fifth senate of Pokhara Academy of Health Sciences on Wednesday.
Nepal gets permission to sell 364 MW power to IndiaBy Laxman Kafle
Nepal has been allowed to sell an additional 325 MW of electricity in the Indian electricity market. The Central Electricity Authority under the Ministry of Power of India has given approval to the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) to sell an additional 325 MW of electricity in the Indian electricity market.
SKorea to launch self-employment scheme for returneesBy Modnath Dhakal
The South Korean government has been planning a self-employment programme for Nepali migrant workers who have returned from Korea. The programme will provide skill training to the returnee migrant workers in Nepal to take up local business, and provide economic support as well. “We want Nepali workers returned from South Korea to be economically fit so the government wants to launch training programme for them. This is a very big project,” said Kim Un Duck, Representative of Human Resources...
Consensus already made to forge electoral alliance, Prachanda saysBy RSS
Addressing a programme organised in Chitwan to provide land ownership documents to the landless and Dalits on Wednesday, the Maoist Centre Chairperson said the electoral alliance should be made in the local, provincial and federal level elections to safeguard the constitution and transformation.
10 new cases, 57 recoveries in 24 hrsBy TRN Online
According to the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), only three persons tested positive for the virus in the antigen test of 1,449 people.
Buddha Air plane makes emergency landing at Nepalgunj as SC justice Shrestha gets health problemsBy TRN Online
The Police informed that the airplane made an emergency landing as Supreme Court Justice Bam Kumar Shrestha got a sudden respiratory problem while on board the plane bound to Kathmandu from Dhangadhi.
Kids to receive jabs against typhoidBy Ajita Rijal
The government is launching a nationwide vaccination campaign to reduce the burden of typhoid fever among the children from April 8 to May 1. Around seven million children aged between 15 months and 15 years will be administered the vaccine against typhoid for the first time in Nepal.