Austrian ambassador calls on Energy MinisterBy RSS
During the meeting that took place at the Ministry in Singha Durbar, Minister Bhusal and the Austrian ambassador exchanged views on various matters including mutual relations and cooperation between the two countries.
National Assembly member Dahal sworn inBy RSS
National Assembly Chair Ganesh Prasad Timilsina administered the oath of office and secrecy to Narayan Prasad Dahal today.
Preparation on to establish training academyBy RSS
Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security has advanced preparation for the setup of high-powered Training Academy in a bid to help create employment opportunities and enhance skills.
IGP Khanal bidden farewellBy RSS
The Armed Police Force (APF) bade farewell to retiring Inspector General of Police (IGP) Shailendra Khanal as per the institutional tradition.
869 species of plants found in KailaliBy The Rising Nepal
There are 869 species of plants in Kailali which has relatively more forest and wetland area. According to the Botanical Research Centre, Kailali, 869 species of plants have been found in the district with 812 species of flowering plants and 57 fern species. On the occasion of the 23rd Plant Resources Day to be marked on Tuesday, the Centre organised an interaction with journalists on Sunday and made public the statistics of the plant resources found in the area.
Embankments constructed at ChureBy The Rising Nepal
President Chure Tarai Madhes Conservation Development Committee Implementation Unit in Janakpur has expedited the construction of a dam (check dam) to retain the riverine materials in the Chure. The Janakpur unit has intensified the construction of dams on the Kahare Khola in Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Rautahat and Sindhuli districts to prevent soil, sand and gravel from being lost from the Chure.
Tanahun park to wean children off mobile addiction opensBy The Rising Nepal
Byas Municipality in Tanahun district has brought a children’s park into operation at Khula-chaur in an effort to wean them off addiction of mobile phones. Prem Kumar Shrestha, chairman of Byas Municipality-3, said that the park was constructed at a cost of Rs. 50,000. He informed that the concept of children's park had been brought in the belief that it would provide entertainment to the children as well as help in their physical and mental develop-ment. At the park, infrastructure for sports...
Children's magazine Muna marks 32nd anniversaryBy TRN Online
The magazine organised a dialogue between the children and Gandaki Province's Chief Minister Krishna Chandra Nepali Pokharel to celebrate its anniversary.
Minister Khand praises Nepal Police and APFBy RSS
Minister for Home Affairs Bal Krishna Khand commended works undertaken by Nepal Police and Armed Police Force (APF) with 'limited resources'.
Speaker Sapkota stresses on dissemination of right informationBy RSS
Inaugurating an interaction on 'Dissemination of Right Information during Election' organised by the National Information Commission here today, Speaker shared that more responsibility of the media has increased to disseminate right and true information.
Five non-resident ambassadors present credentialsBy TRN Online
At a special ceremony held at the Office of the President today, non-resident ambassadors of Austria, Hungary, Argentina, Canada and the Dominican Republic presented their credentials to the President.
Office of Nagdhunga tunnel project vandalisedBy TRN Online
Sudip Giri, senior superintendent of police (SSP) at the Metropolitan Police Range, informed that the locals of the Dahachowk-Sisnekhola tunnel have vandalized the project office blaming the project has led to the drying of their drinking water sources.
Ballot papers for 28 districts printedBy TRN Online
Shaligram Sharma Paudel, spokesperson of the EC, said at a regular press meet on Monday that 4.5 million 22 thousand ballot papers were printed so far and that the number could cover the demand of 28 districts.
One arrested with bullet at TIABy RSS
One round of bullet was seized from Nepali in course of checking as she was flying to Narita of Japan from Nepal Airlines on Sunday, according to the Police's TIA Security Office.
Street food festival at Bandipur in New YearBy RSS
A street food festival is going to be organised at Bandipur of Tanahu on the occasion of Nepali New Year.
Bharatpur metropolis in political spotlight, yet people's expectations differentBy RSS
Bharatpur metropolis has politically drawn wider attention in view of the coming May 13 local election. Though Bharatpur has caught nationwide attention politically on who will reach the top executive position, the concerns and expectations of the city dwellers are on other seminal issues.
Ruling coalition decides to forge electoral alliance in BirendranagarBy RSS
Ruling coalition parties have decided to forge electoral alliance at all 16 wards of Birendranagar municipality in Surkhet, the capital of Karnali Province. A meeting of the municipal-level mechanism chaired by Nepali Congress municipal President Upendra Khadka on Sunday decided to develop an electoral alliance with ruling coalition partners in the upcoming local election.
Government protects private investment: Minister KhandBy The Rising Nepal
Minister for Home Affairs Bal Krishna Khand has said that the government was committed to protecting the private investment in public transportation services. “The country always respects the businessmen who play an important role in Nepal’s economy,” Minister Khand said while inaugurating the 6th National General Convention of the National Federation of Nepali Transport Entrepreneurs in Kathmandu on Sunday.
Road to ‘Camp Two’ completesBy The Rising Nepal
Road construction work has been completed for scaling the highest peak, Mount Everest. A nine-member team including six icefall doctors sponsored by the Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee (SPCC) Namcheka has completed the ascent from the Everest base camp.
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.