Passenger-friendly police response programme to begin at TIABy RSS
The security office has started 'passenger-friendly police response' programme at the Tribhuvan International Airport in the capital.
New Year street festival on Fewa lake side on April 13-14By RSS
Preparation is in full swing to host the New Year street festival at Fewa Lake Side so as to revitalize COVID-battered tourism sector in Pokhara.
Three arrested with bear bile and deer muskBy The Rising Nepal
The Metropolitan Crime Division arrested three individuals with bear bile and deer musk from Ward No. 1 of Madhyapur Thimi Municipality of Bhaktapur district on Monday. A special team from the division had reached Nayabasti area of the municipality after the division received information regarding the illegal trade of wildlife parts.
Nepal Police, APF IGs retiring before May 13 local pollsBy The Rising Nepal
Inspector Generals (IGs) of Nepal Police and Armed Police Force (APF) Nepal are receiving compulsory retirement before the local level elections slated for May 13. Inspector General (IG) of the Armed Police Force (APF) Shailendra Khanal is retiring from the service on April 11 after serving a four-year term. After compulsory retirement of IGP Khanal, Additional Inspector Generals (AIGs) Pushpa Ram KC and Ram Sharan Poudel are in a race to become the new IGP. But to a great dismay, the new and...
Printing of school textbooks going on uninterrupted: JEMCBy Manjima Dhakal
Janak Education Materials Centre (JEMC) informed that printing of schools’ textbooks was going on and that it was not halted because of ballot paper printing task. Though it started printing ballot papers since March 31, printing of the textbooks hasn’t affected because of this, said the JEMC.
Achievements, constitution facing threats: Minister BhusalBy RSS
Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Pampha Bhusal, has said that achievements made through people's struggle and the federal democratic republic constitution have still been facing threats.
Bar election: vote count beginsBy RSS
The vote count under the 26th central working committee election of the Nepal Bar Association has started. The vote count that was scheduled to begin at 9:00 am began one hour later due to a management issue, according to senior advocate and chief election officer of the Nepal Bar Association (NBA)-2078, Usha Malla Pathak.
Bridge construction moving at snail’s paceBy The Rising Nepal
Work on two of the 15 bridges to be constructed on Mugling-Narayangadh road section has not started yet even when only eight months are left to complete the project as per the agreement. Two years ago, a contract was signed for the construction of 15 bridges on this road section. Kiran Karki, chief of the Narayangadh-Mugling, Nagdhunga-Mugling road project, said that the construction work of Khahare Khola and Tuin Khola bridges near Mugling has not begun yet despite the agreement to complete the...
Army releases Rs. 6.68 billion loan investment to ex-soldiersBy The Rising Nepal
Chief of the Army Staff (CoAS) Prabhu Ram Sharma has said that the Nepali Army has always been serious and sensitive to protect the national interests such as independence, integrity, national unity and social harmony in the nation.
Newly appointed Gorkhapatra Corporation General Manager Airi Assumes OfficeBy TRN Online
The newly appointed General Manager of Gorkhapatra Corporation Lal Bahadur Airi assumed the office on Monday. He was appointed as the general manager of the corporation by a meeting of the cabinet of the government of Nepal on Thursday.
US appreciates Nepal's conservation initiativeBy TRN Online
Nepal's work on tiger conservation has been discussed at the U.S. State Department.
Flights for high-hilly districts in Karnali not regular, people affectedBy RSS
Flights towards high hilly districts in Karnali Province have been disrupted for the past few days. Tara Air, Summit Air and Sita Air, the airline companies providing regular services to Humla, Mugu, Jumla and Dolpa have diverted their services to the eastern districts, causing inconveniences to the people of the remote districts in Karnali.
Democratic forces should contest the election united: Chair NepalBy RSS
CPN (Unified Socialist) Chair Madhav Kumar Nepal has said that the democratic forces should move ahead as a united bloc. He said so while talking briefly with the media persons at Biratnagar Airport today. He added that the democratic forces would contest the upcoming local level election by forging an alliance.
MoEST requests students impeded further studies abroad owing to COVID to appeal by April 8By TRN Online
The Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology (MoEST) has requested Students impeded from studying abroad due to the COVID-19 pandemic appeal to the ministry by April 8.
Chain hotel Shinta Mani enters NepalBy RSS
The international chain hotel brand, Shinta Mani Hotel, is going to provide its service in Nepal.
Jayanagar-Kurtha rail service: All seats occupied on first day of its operationBy RSS
Locals have no bound of happiness now with smooth operation of the Jayanagar-Kurtha Rail service. Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi jointly inaugurated the railway service from New Delhi on Saturday.
Bagmati Province Higher Education Act, 2078 in implementationBy RSS
The Bagmati Province Higher Education Act, 2078 has come into implementation. With the law coming into effect, the Province government has put forward necessary actions.
Hima prepares for child marriage-free statusBy The Rising Nepal
Hima Rural Municipality, Jumla is working to declare itself a child marriage-free municipality. The municipality said that it will be declared child marriage-free since child marriage has increased social degradation. The executive meeting decision mentioned that the overall situation of the municipality has been reviewed by conducting interaction programme at the municipality level. Chairman of Hima Rural Municipality Raj Bahadur Shahi said that the municipality would be made child marriage-free...
Nepal-US joint military drill beginsBy The Rising Nepal
The joint military exercise named 'Balance Nail' between the Nepali Army and the US Army began from Sunday. “A "balance nail" is being drawn between the NA’s Ranger Force and the Special Force of the US as a routine procedure and exercise,” according to Nepali Army Spokesperson and Brigadier General and Director for the Directorate of Public Relations and Information, Narayan Silwal.
Army a common home of all retired soldiersBy The Rising Nepal
Chief of the Army Staff (CoAS) and General Prabhu Ram Sharma Sunday said that the Nepali Army (NA) organisation is itself a common home to all and every sitting and ex-armies. “The service and contribution made by the retired military forces has helped in enhancing the overall image of the force in the home and abroad,” CoAS Sharma said while delivering a concluding remarks at the ex-armies’ conference held in Surkhet.