Karnali Academy of Health Sciences makes new history: President BhandariBy RSS
President Bhandari said it while inaugurating the MBBS launch at KAHS in Jumla on Sunday. "Karnali bears special identity in the country. It has been known as the provenance of Khas Arya community and Nepali language since ancient time," she reminded, adding that the glorious Sinja civilization was also developed here.
Make me victorious, I will ensure NC-led government in all tiers: president DeubaBy TRN Online
"I urge you all to make me victorious and pledge to you all that I will make Nepali Congress-led government in all tiers of the government, from the local to the federal," he exhorted the party representatives.
Bheri-Babai Project: Third phase work beginsBy RSS
The second phase of work was related to civil construction while the third phase includes work related to hydro-mechanical (HM) and electro-mechanical (EM), according to the information officer at the Project, Lekhnath Subedi.
Embassy of Israel hosts 2nd annual Krishi Tara Award, Neupane bags the prizeBy TRN Online
“I really appreciate and would like to thank the State of Israel for the contribution in the field of agriculture by taking our Nepali farmers to Israel and providing them with skills, modern technologies so that they can become self-reliant."
No one will be left landless: Minister ShresthaBy TRN Online
She made this remark at a land ownership certificate distribution programme organised by the Survey Office on Wednesday in Agnisair Krishnasavaran Rural Municipality of Saptari district.
Media's contribution to post-earthquake reconstruction laudedBy RSS
Mass media played an important role in the post-earthquake reconstruction in Nepal, which has seen about 90 per cent progress in the six-year period of reconstruction.
Man lands in Qatari jail, family becomes helpless in NepalBy TRN Online
"He is an honest, simple man from the village, did not know the loopholes in the laws. He tried as much as he could to save his friend, but now he has been imprisoned for life on the basis of fingerprint according to the law of Qatar," lamented Subash's wife Kumari.
All three govt. working for landless people: Minister ShresthaBy RSS
In a meeting with United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights Olivier De Schutter at her office on Monday, Minister Shrestha shared that the government had already sprung into action with an action-plan to resolve the issues facing the landless Dalits, landless squatters, freed bonded labourers and kamlari.
Jeep accident leaves four dead in BaitadiBy RSS
At least four persons have died while additional four others have been injured in a jeep accident that took place in Baitadi this evening.
National Tiger Survey 2021 launched: Poaching is major challenge in tiger conservationBy RSS
Minister for Forests and Environment Ramsahaya Prasad Yadav has said poaching has posed a major challenge in the conservation of tigers in Nepal.
Unified Socialist Chair Nepal against commercialization of education, health sectorsBy RSS
Chairperson of the CPN (Unified Socialist) Madhav Kumar Nepal has stressed the need for freeing education and health sectors from commercialization.
Bala Chaturdashi observed by scattering SatbijBy TRN Online
The festival is celebrated every year on the day of Marga Krishna Chaturdashi as per the Bikram Sambat calendar. On the occasion, devotees take a holy bath early in the morning and move around the Pashupatinath Temple, or their nearest Shiva shrines, scattering seven different kinds of grains (Satbij) and praying for the peace of their deceased relatives.
Kiwi becoming good source of income for Ilam farmersBy TRN Online
Farmers in Ilam, Panchthar, Taplejung, Bhojpur, Okhaldhunga and other hilly districts said that they were making a good income from kiwi.
President Bhandari calls to include Buddhist philosophy, Buddha’s messages in curriculumBy RSS
President Bidya Devi Bhandari has urged the stakeholders to include Buddha’s messages and Buddhist philosophy in the curriculums from school to university levels.
NMA to provide relief to 3,000 tourism workersBy TRN Online
NMA Chairperson Santabir Lama informed that they were distributing the relief materials to the financially poor tourism workers which were affected much by the coronavirus pandemic. The assistance would be provided with the support of Nippon Foundation, Japan.
PM Deuba insists on applied educationBy RSS
In his address to the 11th Senate of the Mid-Western University (MWU) here today, Prime Minister Deuba who is also the University Chancellor stressed the need for revising the University curriculum for producing skilled graduates so as to guide the country’s overall development course. “For this, scientific, applied, job-oriented and quality university education should be guaranteed by promoting collaboration among universities at home and abroad.”
Shuklaphanta National Park displaced ones await for justice for nearly two decadesBy RSS
Although the government rehabilitated many displaced ones in various phases, the plight of displaced ones here has not come to the light of the local authority. The local authority has already formed over two and half dozen of Commissions to address the issues but to no avail.
Lottery system to fix benches at SC comes into effect from todayBy TRN Online
Devendra Dhakal, information officer at the SC, informed that 217 cases are scheduled for hearing in the 11 benches that include two single benches through the lottery system today.
TU is synonym of higher education: PM DeubaBy RSS
"Although COVID-19 pandemic stalled major activities in the country, teaching and learning continued through alternative means. The TU took initiative to implement its academic calendar by conducting examinations during pandemic", he argued.