SC postpones hearing on DIG promotion caseBy TRN Online
DIGs Ishwar Babu Karki, Ghana Shyam Aryal and Prakash Jung Karki had filed a case against the government's decision on the promotion of some of the DIGs to AIGs.
Ruling coalition parties issue joint appeal, vow to cooperate in electionsBy RSS
The five-party ruling coalition has pledged to continue supporting each other in the upcoming local level election by removing mutual differences. Issuing a joint appeal today, the top leaders of the ruling coalition urged all the leaders and cadres of the five parties to forge electoral alliance and move ahead with a spirit of mutual collaboration and cooperation.
Provincial, district committees of ruling parties likely to be asked to forge consensus on electoral coalition by April 13By TRN Online
According to Keshav Raj Joshi, secretary of the mechanism, the meeting also decided to suggest the top leaders to ensure that the election coalition is forged among the ruling parties and on the basis of mutual respect and cooperation.
Issues of price increment of petroleum goods will be resolved: Minister BaduBy RSS
Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Dilendra Prasad Badu said solutions to the problems of price increment of the petroleum product and its transport and supply would be sought scientifically by prioritising customers first.
NBA decides not to issue LC for import of essentialsBy RSS
LC will not be allowed to open to import materials like vehicles, gold, silvers, sugar, chewing gum, dry foods, furniture, cigarettes, alcohol, perfume and mobile phones among others, said chief executive officer of the Nepal Bank Limited, Krishna Bahadur Adhikari, also a member of the Association's working committee.
Three new cases, 48 recoveries in 24 hoursBy TRN Online
In 1,800 Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) tests done in the past 24 hours, a total of three persons were found infected with SARS-CoV-2, informed the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) in its regular update.
Garbage piles up in Kathmandu (Photo Feature)By TRN Online
The garbage of the Kathmandu Valley is not being picked up timely crediting to a lack of agreements with locals. The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) had selected Banchare Danda in Nuwakot as a sustainable solution of the waste management after the residents of the Sisdol area repeatedly obstructed the waste management in the Kathmandu Valley.
2,593 foreign tourists arrived in Nepal yesterdayBy TRN Online
2,593 foreign tourists entered Nepal on Saturday, April 9. This is the highest number two and a half years after the COVID-19 epidemic, according to the Immigration Department.
Education Minister vows enough facilities to schoolteachersBy RSS
Addressing the second district convention of Unified All Nepal Teachers' Organisation in Barhabise Municipality on Saturday, Poudel said education sector will improve only if teachers were given due respect.
Economy is not in shambles as rumoured, Minister Jhakri saysBy RSS
At a programme in the Capital City on Saturday, Minister Jhakri said it was not unusual to have a trivial pressure on economy. "Country' economy is not in crisis as rumoured in the market. The situation is not panicking," she stated
Election code of conduct: dos and don'tsBy RSS
The code of conduct has prohibited making any expression, publicity, production of electronic materials and publishing and sharing them through social media for and against any side in a way to directly affect the electoral process, shared EC Spokesperson Shaligram Sharma Poudel.
12 new cases, 44 recoveries in 24 hoursBy TRN Online
In 2,539 Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) tests done in the past 24 hours, a total of 12 persons were found infected with SARS-CoV-2, informed the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) in its regular update.
Govt. declares public holiday on Sunday for Ram NavamiBy TRN Online
The government has decided to grant a public holiday on Sunday for Ram Navami. As per the decision of the cabinet meeting on April 7, the Ministry of Home Affairs has made public the information that there is a public holiday on Sunday.
204 climbers receive permits to climb Mt EverestBy TRN Online
This spring, 204 climbers from 42 countries, including Russia, will climb Mt. Everest. According to the Department of Tourism, a team of 204 people, including 14 from Russia, had obtained permission to climb Mt. Everest.
6,400 meters of Everest climbing route constructed so farBy TRN Online
The construction of this year's Everest climbing route has been completed up to 6,400 meters. According to Chhiring Sherpa, Chief Administrative Officer of the Everest Pollution Control Committee, a team of icefall doctors fixed the rope to the second camp at Khumbu Icefall, which is considered to be the most dangerous route.
Speaker Sapkota, China's NPC Chair Li hold discussionsBy TRN Online
In the discussion held virtually, the heads of the lower houses of the two countries dwelt on parliament, friendly relations, development and other issues related to people's welfare of the two neighbouring countries.
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.
Electoral alliance to be forged in all places: Chairman PrachandaBy RSS
CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' shared that the coalition partners discussed considering electoral alliance in all places in the upcoming local level election.