Police arrest two on charge of swindling peopleBy RSS
The Kathmandu police have arrested two persons accused of swindling people out of hundreds of rupees under the pretexts of providing them plots of land.
South Korea elects opposition conservative Yoon Suk Yeol to be next presidentBy TRN Online
Conservative Yoon Suk Yeol is set to become South Korea's next president after Lee Jae-myung, from the ruling Democratic Party, conceded defeat.
Modi's BJP winning big in India's largest state election, count showsBy TRN Online
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party is set to keep control of India's most populous state with a big majority, according to the count on Thursday of a state assembly vote that could offer clues to the national mood before a 2024 general election.
Water tapes distributed to 53 households in remote areaBy RSS
Water supply tapes have been distributed to the local residents of remote Mahabharat rural municipality-6 in Kavrepalachowk. As many as 380 local residents have been benefitted from the distribution of tapes under the 'one household, one tape' distribution campaign. The tapes were distributed to 53 households and a public school.
Human resource crunch affects service delivery at land revenue officeBy RSS
Service recipients of West Baglung have been facing trouble in accessing services at land revenue office due to human resource crunch.
Communications related laws brought to regulate media: Minister KarkiBy RSS
Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Gyanendra Bahadur Karki, has clarified that law related to communications was introduced to regulate media, not to bring it under control and to curtail press freedom and right to expression.
Minister Ale hopes best from newly-elected LDT office-bearersBy RSS
In his address to a programme organised here today to congratulate newly-appointed Trust office-bearers at the Ministry, the Minister sought full dedication and integrity on their part for the development of Lumbini during their full five-year term at the office.
Green colour is voter and enumerator friendly: Election CommissionBy RSS
The commission has decided to put green election symbol, green line and green number on the white paper with the intention of making the counting of votes easier and the sign on the ballot paper clear.
Kalapathhar declaration drawing attention to climate changeBy RSS
A team comprising 40 women from different walks of life took on a 13-day trek beginning from Kathmandu to gather at Kalpaththar at an elevation of 5545 meters in the Mt Everest region, for a special programme on the occasion of the International Women’s Day ( IWD) 2022.
Refugees from Ukraine hit 2M; people flee embattled citiesBy TRN Online
Buses packed with people fleeing the Russian invasion in Ukraine left two embattled cities along safe corridors Tuesday, while officials said the exodus of refugees from the country reached 2 million. The Russian onslaught has trapped people inside besieged cities that are running low on food, water and medicine amid the biggest ground war in Europe since World War II.
Nation building party’s priority: UML Chair OliBy TRN Online
Talking about the International Women’s Day that is being observed in Nepal today, he said that he realised that the scale of women’s empowerment had increased in the country and women were successfully undertaking the given responsibilities.
Ukraine given nearly 20k anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles so farBy TRN Online
The United States and other NATO members have so far sent Ukraine 17,000 antitank missiles and 2,000 stinger anti-aircraft missiles, a senior US official told CNN.
MEC proceeds action against Nobel Medical CollegeBy TRN Online
The Medical Education Commission (MEC) has proceeded towards an action against Biratnagar-based Nobel Medical College.
Fire breaks out in Solu community forestBy RSS
Massive fire has occurred since last night in Nakchung community forest near Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla, Solukhumbu. The local residents said controlling the fire was a difficult task for them as the area is steep cliff.
Gachchhadar sees need of continuity to existing alliance till electionBy TRN Online
Talking to media persons at Biratnagar Airport today, the former minister said political parties needed to keep the alliance intact till the upcoming polls as it was the demand of the hour.
Damauli Bazaar fire comes under controlBy TRN Online
The fire at Byas Municipality-4 Main Road in Damauli, the district headquarters of Tanahu, has been brought under control after four and a half hours. The fire started from Bhupal Hardware at 10 am on Sunday and was brought under control at 2.30 pm.
70 vegetable stalls destroyed in Kathmandu fireBy RSS
A fire broke out at a vegetable bazaar at Dhungedhara in Banasthali in Kathmandu in the wee hours today, burning down at least 70 vegetable stalls, said the police.
Fire breaks out at Damauli Bazaar (Photo Feature)By TRN Online
A huge fire has broken out at Damauli Bazaar of Tanahu district. The fire started at 10 am from Bhupal Hardware in the main market area of Damauli and has not been brought under control till now (11:40 am).
Embassy begins homework for talks on Gurkha issuesBy RSS
The Nepali Embassy in London has started homework to solve the problem of former Gurkha army personnel. The embassy has started discussions with the members of the Ex-Gurkha associations about the preparations for the talks.