NC leader Koirala bats for electoral alliance for upcoming electionBy RSS
Nepali Congress (NC) central committee member Sujata Koirala has said that the ruling coalition parties should forge electoral alliance for the upcoming local level election. The local level election is slated on May 30 this year in a single phase.
Implementation of safe abortion service law dismalBy RSS
The law has explicitly defined safe abortion related service as women's health right. However, the service has not yet been effective in lack of the implementation of the law.
69 percent inoculated with second dose of anti-COVID vaccines in KarnaliBy RSS
Around 69 percent eligible population of Karnali province have received second dose of anti-COVID vaccines.
Government approves several proposals put forth by ChinaBy RSS
The government has decided to approve the grant assistance and the technical assistance related to the feasibility study for the trans-border railway to be received under the Economic and Technical Cooperation Agreement proposed by the government of the People's Republic of China.
Minister Khadka meets with regional leaders on sidelines of BIMSTECBy RSS
Minister for Foreign Affairs Dr Narayan Khadka who is presently in Sri Lanka in connection to the 18th Ministerial Meeting of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral, Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) remained busy throughout today in bilateral talks and meetings with his counterparts from several countries.
CIAA sues six TU officialsBy TRN Online
The CIAA has charged the TU officials with messing with the answer sheet, changing the score and thus the list of shortlisted candidates in the examination for account assistant and library assistant held in 2018.
Delegation from Nuwakot seeks PM’s role to sort out district issuesBy RSS
A delegation from Nuwakot led by Nepali Congress (NC) Spokesperson Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat today called on Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and apprised him of several issues facing the district.
Parliamentary Hearing Committee endorses Shrestha's name for appointment to SCBy RSS
The Federal Parliament's Parliamentary Hearing Committee has unanimously endorsed Til Prasad Shrestha's name for appointment as the Justice at the Supreme Court.
61% populace is fully vaccinated in Province 1: Federal Health MinistryBy RSS
Sixty-one per cent population of Province 1 has obtained a complete dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. According to the presentation made by Dr Bibek Kumar Lal of the Ministry of Health and Population, at the Big Hotel of Biratnagar on Monday afternoon, 62 per cent populace of the province has inoculated with the first dose.
Nepal, South Sudan establish diplomatic relationsBy RSS
Nepal and the Republic of South Sudan have established diplomatic relations. With this, the number of countries with which Nepal has bilateral diplomatic relations reached 175.
Four children dead in Janakpur motorcycle accidentBy RSS
Four children died and next one was injured after a motorcycle met with an accident at Barkurwa of Sabaila Municipality-12 in Dhanusha district last night. Five persons were travelling by the motorcycle (Ja 6 Pa 6739) in the time of accident that occurred at 8:30 pm.
Zoo to be constructed in historic Manimukunda ParkBy The Rising Nepal
Preparations have been made to build a regional level zoo in the area of Manimukunda Udhyan (Garden) of Butwal, a place of historical and archaeological importance which was conquered by the Nepal Army from the British. Butwal Sub-metropolitan City had built the park in memory of king Manimukunda Sen in 1996.
Chariot making process beginsBy The Rising Nepal
The Guthi Sansthan of Kathmandu has begun the process to build Seto Machhindranath chariot at Tindhara Pathshala near Jamal. A four-wheel and 32-foot tall wooden chariot is pulled during the festival time. The chariot is built in the shape of a temple.
Gaddi Baithak to open for public from March 30By The Rising Nepal
The historic Gaddi Baithak, a part of the Hanumandhoka Durbar Square, is reopening to the public from Wednesday after its restoration. The historically significant Palace, which was open for the general public for the first time on November 27, 2019, was closed after the lockdown.
Re-orientation not mandatory for returnee migrant workersBy The Rising Nepal
Migrant workers who once returned from foreign employment do not have to take orientation training when they want to go abroad again. Currently, there is an arrangement for anyone to take a new work permit and take an orientation.
Hazy weather to linger for a couple of daysBy The Rising Nepal
The Kathmandu Valley and various other hilly areas of the country remained hazy on Monday with light rainfall in some places. According to Hira Bhattarai, a meteorologist at the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, it has been raining sporadically in some parts of Kathmandu. He said that there is a possibility of rainfall in other hilly areas as well. The weather will clear from Thursday.
Japan hands over new health post building in RolpaBy TRN Online
The new building has been built with grant assistance of USD 80,375 under the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) of the Japanese Government.
Local levels contribute to taking people's rights at doorsteps: Minister BhusalBy RSS
Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Pampha Bhusal has said that the local levels have brought rights of people guaranteed by the constitution at their doorsteps.
Darchula village left without telephone service for five monthsBy RSS
Snowfall has halted telephone service in Chhangru of Byas in Darchula district for the past five months affecting local people.