The clean-up campaign at the Shivapuri National Park (SNP) initiated jointly by the Delegation of the European Union in Nepal and Clean Up Nepal has completed 10 weeks.
'Pani Pandhero' (Water ATM) has become popular and its use increased lately in the Kathmandu Valley.
Installation of street lights has begun in Chandragiri municipality under the 'Bright Chandragiri' campaign. Five thousand lights would be installed throughout the municipality under the campaign from the budget allocated for this purpose this fiscal year.
The National Land Commission District Committee in Chitwan has received over 4,394 applications since the publication of a notice on August 16 this year.
President of Janamat Party Dr CK Raut called on President Bidya Devi Bhandari today
Kathmandu, Dec 6: The 20th edition of the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KIMFF) is going to begin on December 8 this year. The Himal Association is organising the event that will take place in City Hall and Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu simultaneously. The annual festival will see a special screening of an Indian film 'Matto ki Saikil' while 'Bagh ko Bangara' will be shown in the inaugural. The slogan for the 20th edition of KIMFF is 'Sustainable Summits', according to the press statement issued by the organizer. Festival director Ramyata Limbu shared that the slogan was determined to acknowledge the challenges brought by climate change and the environmental crisis for mountain climbing. Over 60 films from various 30 countries will be shown during the festival which will run through December 12. Over 20 national and international filmmakers will participate in the event and will interact with the audiences in sideline events. KIMFF has been organized since 2000. Films made on mountains, mountain people, their cultures, and environmental issues among others are shown in the festival. Among the films shown during the Festival, three films will be awarded. The first prize carries a purse of Rs 200,000, the second prize Rs 150,000 and the third one Rs 100,000, the organizers said. (RSS)
More than 42,000 people have been infected from dengue in Bagmati Province so far.
The ruling alliance of four political parties has concluded that the nation has headed to political stability and prosperity after the successful completion of elections to the local, province and federal levels, strengthening the democracy and making the constitution further safe.
Melamchi water has arrived at Sundarijal today a week after it was sent to the tunnel headworks in Sindhupalchowk.
A rhino was found dead in the western belt of the Chitwan National Park (CNP). Information Officer of the CPN, Ganesh Prasad Tiwari, said the male rhino was found dead in a forest of Gundrayidhaka community forest in the Amaltari area in Nawalpur.
The Tokha municipality is providing free health checkups for students of community schools inside the locality. Under the Children with Deputy-mayor Programme, 6,575 students of 10 community schools and three alternative schools are to be given the health checkup facility in the current fiscal year.
CPN Maoist Centre's Ganga Karki has been elected as a member of the House of Representatives (HoR) from Dolakha district. Karki defeated his opponent Bal Krishna Shiwakoti by 317 votes margin.
The CPN (Maoist Centre) candidate Ganga Karki has taken a lead in the counting of votes for the election to the House of Representatives (HoR) in Dolakha. The election was held on November 20.