'Socialism needed for nation's development, prosperity'By RSS
Socialist economy should be made vibrant to realise wishes of people to prosper the country while ensuring social justice, equality and people's rights, argued the former Prime Minister at a mass meeting organised in the Capital City on Saturday by the party's Kathmandu District Committee.
Land distribution to address citizen's fundamental rights-Dr ArzooBy RSS
Opening the handover of land ownership certificates to the landless of Dhangadhi sub-metropolis-9 amidst a programme on Friday, she further said, "It is the fundamental right of the landless citizens to obtain land and residence facilities. The government was striving its best efforts to address this overarching need".
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.
Bagmati Province achieves a 100% vaccination of targetted population against COVID-19By TRN Online
On a different note, he said that the Kathmandu Valley and other districts fall in the risk zone of typhoid disease. Of the 1,252,549 children to receive typhoid doses, 497,000 are from the Kathmandu Valley alone.
Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine to be administered from 50,000 sitesBy TRN Online
The three-week campaign, which will run from 8th April to 1st May 2022, aims to reach all children between 15 months and 15 years to quickly achieve wider protection from typhoid, increase the impact of the vaccine introduction and combat the rise of antimicrobial resistance, according to a press release issued by the UNICEF.
Speaker Sapkota confident problems in parliament could be resolved through dialogueBy RSS
The Speaker expressed this while addressing a programme organized after inaugurating a motorable bridge connecting Ward No. 1 and 5 of Jugal Rural Municipality in his home district Sindhupalchok.
CM Pokharel instructs for peaceful electionBy RSS
Gandaki Province Chief Minister Krishnachandra Nepali Pokharel has instructed the chiefs of security agencies to conduct the upcoming local level election in a fear-free environment. The local level election is slated for May 13 in a single phase.
Minister Bhusal emphasizes water resources' multiple usageBy RSS
At a programme organized by the Department of Water Resources and Irrigation and various research organizations related to the water resources sector here today, Minister argued that natural resources were the mainstay of socio-economic development of the country and drew the attention of stakeholders agencies towards proper utilization of the natural resources.
LSP Chair Thakur airlifted to Kathmandu for treatmentBy TRN Online
According to Keshav Jha, an LSP leader, Chair Thakur was brought to Kathmandu from Bhairahawa for treatment by a helicopter as he got problems with his health condition.
Buddha Air plane makes emergency landing at Nepalgunj as SC justice Shrestha gets health problemsBy TRN Online
The Police informed that the airplane made an emergency landing as Supreme Court Justice Bam Kumar Shrestha got a sudden respiratory problem while on board the plane bound to Kathmandu from Dhangadhi.
Japan hands over a new Health Center at Chaudandigadi in UdayapurBy TRN Online
The new building has been built with the support of USD 67,944 under the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) of the Japanese Government, according to a press release issued by the Japanese embassy.
US appreciates Nepal's conservation initiativeBy TRN Online
Nepal's work on tiger conservation has been discussed at the U.S. State Department.
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.
5th edition of NIFF begins, 89 films to be screenedBy TRN Online
The festival is organised with the objective of introducing Nepali films and filmmakers to the international arena and spreading Nepali art, culture and tourism all over the world through films.
Book entitled 'Buddhism and Buddhist Heritage in Pakistan' launchedBy TRN Online
Addressing the occasion, Mayor Shakya highlighted the significance of cultural heritage as an important facet of people-to-people contacts. He termed the Buddhist heritage as a joint legacy of both the countries.
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.
FNJ celebrates 67th establishment day, Chair says no compromise for free pressBy RSS
FNJ chair Bipul Pokharel said, “FNJ is sensitive in terms of maintaining media decency, but it is strongly against any attempt intended to control over media and discourage the free press.”
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.
Temporary Police Physical Exam in picturesBy TRN Online
Health check-ups and physical fitness tests of the applicants for the temporary police have been started from Tuesday across the country.
Access to justice increasing: President BhandariBy RSS
Inaugurating the National Conference of the Judicial Committees organized by Pokhara Metropolitan City here today, she said alternative measures have been taken to resolve disputes at the local level through the judicial committees. The local level judicial committees are motivated by the kachahari, tribunals and penal system adopted by our society in ancient times.