Hongkong 100 ultra Marathon provides assistance to SSDRCBy TRN Online
Established in 2010, SSDRC is dedicated to health, education, rehabilitation or the basic human rights of autistic children in Nepal.
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.
Shwetakali Naradevi festival in picturesBy TRN Online
Naradevi has a unique process of conducting a 12-year Dance festival. The dance is being performed this year after 2066 BS.
CPN (Unified Socialist) formed against authoritarian leader: Chair NepalBy RSS
Chairperson of CPN (Unified Socialist) Madhav Kumar Nepal has reminded that the party he was leading was formed against an authoritarian leader who emerged in the camouflage of a communist in the country. The Unified Socialist party will create public trust and mandate against such authoritarian leader, he reiterated.
Embassy of Pakistan holds free medical campBy TRN Online
Nepali doctors and para-medical staff (who had graduated from various medical intuitions of Pakistan) provided free services. Free medical treatment and three months’ medicines were provided to more than 400 men, women and children. Patients were apprised about preventive measures against COVID-19, the embassy of Pakistan said in its press release issued on Saturday, March 26.
Nepal, China ink nine instruments to enhance mutual cooperation and partnershipBy RSS
After bilateral talks between Foreign Minister Dr. Narayan Khadka and Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, officials from both countries also signed nine sets of agreements on enhancing mutual cooperation.
CPN (US) Spokesperson hints at the partial alliance for local pollsBy TRN Online
Speaking at a press meet organised by the Samajbadi Press Organisation, Dhanusha chapter today, the Spokesperson viewed, “We aspire to forge the complete electoral alliance, but are not fully sure of it because differing views are coming within from the Nepali Congress, the major ruling party.”
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang arrives in KathmanduBy TRN Online
Foreign Minister Wang is scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting with his Nepali counterpart Dr. Khadka tomorrow and pay courtesy calls on President Bidya Devi Bhandari and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Sunday.
Vice President Pun stresses on strict enforcement of Journalist Code of ConductBy RSS
In his address to the eighth convention and 25th AGM of Sancharika Samuha, a forum of women journalists and communicators here today, the Vice President was of the view of the implementation of the right to complete press freedom enshrined by the Constitution.
417 households getting land ownership certificate after 36 yearsBy RSS
The National Land Commission, Surkhet, is to provide land ownership certificate to 417 households of Kotmajhkharka at Bheriganga municipality in Surkhet district in the first phase.
Extreme weather warning systems for all 'in five years'By BBC
Early warning systems to protect the entire world from extreme weather and climate disasters should be rolled out within five years, according to the UN. Right now, around one-third of the global population has no cover while in Africa 60% of the population is unprotected.
'Use electric vehicles to improve Kathmandu's air quality'By TRN Online
Experts have emphasized using electric vehicles in Kathmandu and repairing the old vehicles that emit smokes to improve air quality, saying that smoke from vehicles is the greatest contributor to air pollution in the Kathmandu Valley.
Home Minister lauds APF role for country’s securityBy RSS
Inaugurating the APF No 5 Bindhyabasini Brigade headquarters at Chandrauta of Shivaraj municipality-5, in Kapilvastu today, the Home Minister said the government was preparing to proceed with the promotion in the APF that had been suspended for long as it was committed to the career development of APF personnel. More, the government plans to come up with a scheme to promote self-sufficiency among APF retirees, according to him.
PABSON’s 15th national gathering commencedBy RSS
Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Devendra Paudel inaugurated the event amidst a programme. The general convention will elect a 66-member new leadership (27 office-bearers and 39 central members) for the organisation for a three-year term. DK Dhungana, the incumbent co-president, has been already elected unanimously as its new president while the nominations for some other posts are also unopposed.
Two bike riders killed as jeep hits motorcyleBy TRN Online
Dinesh Raj Mainali, spokesperson at the Metropolitan Police Range, informed that a jeep, Tata Sumo, with registration no. Na 1 Ja 6354 hit a motorcycle with registration no. 91 Pa 231.
Norwegian Ambassador Dramdal calls on Energy Minister BhusalBy TRN Online
Norwegian Ambassador to Nepal Torun Dramdal today paid a courtesy call on Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Pampha Bhusal at the latter's office in Singha Durbar.
Awareness, preparedness key to disaster risk reduction: expertsBy TRN Online
Experts on disaster risk reduction have pointed out that awareness on possible disasters and preparedness to face the natural calamities make up the key to mitigate impact of any disaster on people's lives and properties.
SC issues stay order against election code of conductBy TRN Online
Chairman of Helambu Rural Municipality Nima Gyaljen Sherpa had on Monday filed a petition against the code of conduct arguing that implementation of the code, particularly the one that requires the people's representatives at the local level to resign before they file candidacy for the local election, would turn the local levels devoid of people's representatives.
Water from Melamchi will arrive in mid-April: Minister ChaudharyBy RSS
Minister for Drinking Water Umakanta Chaudhary has said that work is underway to distribute water from Melamchi in Kathmandu Valley within mid-April. He said that an agreement has been reached to bring water from the Yangri and Larke rivers to the capital as there would be a shortage even if 170 million litres of water is brought daily from Melamchi.