Experts stress protection of Lumbini’s heritageBy The Rising Nepal
Experts have urged authorities to protect Lumbini’s heritage. A three-day workshop of international heritage scholars concluded in Lumbini on Wednesday by calling on all three levels of government as well as the Lumbini Development Trust (LDT) to protect the area’s monuments. They stated that the preservation of Lumbini’s heritage would make the birthplace of Gautam Buddha the best sanctuary of peace in the world and at the same time, warned that its damage and destruction would threaten the...
Election must be won through principles: Chief Election Commissioner ThapaliyaBy RSS
Chief Election Commissioner Dinesh Kumar Thapaliya has pointed out that all political parties contesting the election should commit to making the election free, fair and economical by completely following the election code of conduct for the protection of democracy and integrity of the governance system.
Pokhara Metropolis determines standard for nine lakesBy RSS
The Pokhara Metropolitan City has fixed the benchmark of the nine lakes in the Pokhara Valley. This issue had been lingering on for a long and was disputed.
None allowed to misappropriate public property: Minister AleBy RSS
Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Prem Bahadur Ale has said Nepal is a multi-ethnic and multi-linguistic country. While addressing a two-day Hindu International Conference organised by the Nepal World Hindu Federation in Kathmandu today, he said, “The Constitution has envisaged Nepal as a secular state so it is a common garden of all castes and communities and every people have equal rights despite their diverse religious identities.”
Minister Karki hopes nation will grasp path of prosperity after three-tier pollBy TRN Online
“We have guaranteed freedom of the Press in the Constitution,” he said, adding the incumbent government was always conscious of its protection of it.
Cloudy weather forecast for three daysBy TRN Online
The weather will be partly to generally cloudy in many parts of the country for three more days due to the general influence of the low-pressure system around Bihar of India and the local wind, the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology said.
Three youths arrested with Rs 6.3 million illegal moneyBy RSS
Three people have been held with Rs 6.3 million without legal source in the last five days. Deputy Superintendent at the District Police Office, Prakash Bista said two youths were arrested along with Rs 5.5 million in illegal money last Sunday while the next one has been held in possession of around Rs 800 thousand illegal money on Thursday.
Mt. Everest route fix team at camp oneBy TRN Online
This year's Mount Everest route to the first camp has been prepared. Chief Administrative Officer of the Everest Pollution Control Committee, Chhiring Sherpa, said that a team of icefall doctors had reached the first camp on Thursday by hanging a rope from the Khumbu Icefall.
Misinformation questions media credibility: PM DeubaBy RSS
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said the government is committed to full press freedom. Inaugurating a ceremony to observe the 24th establishment day of the Reporters’ Club, Nepal here today, the Prime Minister said, “The incumbent government stands in favour of complete freedom of the Press.”
Two groups vying for NATTA leadershipBy RSS
Two groups are vying for leadership of the Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agents (NATTA) through the election today.
Tourist inflow up in MustangBy The Rising Nepal
inflow of domestic and external tourists has shot up in trans-Himalayan touristic district, Mustang, with the fear of coronanvirus infection receding of late. Tourism entrepreneurs have no bound of happiness right at the moment when daily around 3,000 tourists are entering Mustang and Lomanthang through surface and air routes.
Provincial govts gear up for even development of transport sectorBy Nayak Paudel
The provincial governments have stepped up to usher uniform developments in transportation sector since provinces are responsible to manage transport related matters in their respective area. Amid differences in vehicle fare, vehicle tax, driving license trial examination and road and vehicle conditions, the provincial authorities have decided to upgrade and operate the sector uniformly. The decision came through a two-day meeting between transport ministers from all seven provinces and the federal...
Wang’s Nepal visit successful: MoFABy The Rising Nepal
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has said that the Nepal visit of the Chinese State Councilor and Minister for Foreign Affairs Wang Yi was successful and it added new dimension to the bilateral relations between the two countries.
Submit budget plans in a week: FM SharmaBy Laxman Kafle
The Ministry of Finance Wednesday held a discussion with the secretaries and joint secretaries of all the ministries and the representatives of the Nepali Army on budget preparation for the upcoming fiscal year 2022/23. During the discussion, Finance Minister Janardan Sharma directed the government officials to submit their action plans regarding the plan and policy to be formulated by the federal, provincial and local levels to exercise their power as per the spirit of federalism within seven...
57th ITEC Day celebratedBy TRN Online
Minister of Education Devendra Paudel was the Chief Guest for the event, and General Prabhu Ram Sharma, Chief of Army Staff, Nepali Army was the Special Guest.
5th BIMSTEC Summit: Organization's charter endorsedBy RSS
The 4th BIMSTEC summit held in Kathmandu some three years ago had called for the charter to make BIMSTEC further stronger, restructure the organization and lay the foundation stone for further strengthening the BIMSTEC secretariat among others.
Candidate in local polls should make 19-point self-declaration: ECBy TRN Online
The Election Commission, Nepal, has made a provision for the candidate in the local level election to make self-declaration about the authenticity of their documents, eligibility to file nomination, and commitment to follow the election code of conduct.
Health Minister pledges effective implementation of free medical treatment for journalistsBy RSS
Addressing an event organized on the occasion of the 67th anniversary of the Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) here today, Minister Khatiwada reiterated to implement the provision of free medical treatment for journalists in all public hospitals across the country.
CPN (Maoist Centre) eyeing mayor post in Bharatpur Metropolis in local electionsBy RSS
CPN (Maoist Centre) Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said that alliance would be struck among the ruling coalition partners in the metropolises and sub-metropolises in the upcoming local level elections from the central level itself.
Brief rain with lightning forecastBy RSS
Isolated brief rain or thundershowers is likely to occur at some places in the country with partly to generally cloudy at most parts of the country in the next three days. According to the Meteorological Forecasting Division, isolated or brief rain with lightning is likely today at some places of Province 1, Madesh Province, Bagmati Province and Gandaki Province and mainly fair in rest of the country.