An earthquake measuring 4.5 in the Richter scale occurred at 9:15 this morning with its epicenter in Mugu district, the National Earthquake Monitoring and Research Centre, Lainchaur, said. The earthquake was felt in the districts of Karnali and Sudurpaschim provinces.
Yogendra Shahi has been appointed the Vice-Chair of the Karnali Province Policy and Planning Commission. A meeting of the provincial council of ministers chaired by Chief Minister Raj Kumar Sharma on Wednesday decided this, said Krishna Bahadur GC, spokesperson of Karnali provincial government and minister for internal affairs and law.
As high as 96 per cent of total population in Karnali Province is deprived of access to safe and pure drinking water.
What has fallen is not snow, it is like gold for the farmers, said Dala Bhandari, a local farmer who has planted 150 apple saplings on his apple orchard.
Karnali Province Chief Tilak Pariyar has said caste-based/racial discrimination is a social and moral crime and an assault on human dignity.
A free health camp organised in Dailekh has benefited people from five districts including Dailkeh, Kalikot, Jajarkot and Achham
Karnali provincial government is constructing 1,000 secondary roads this year alone.
The secondary access roads are under construction in order to expand the road access to the settlements in the province which are still out of road connectivity.
Australian Ambassador to Nepal Felicity Volk reached Jumla to celebrate the 113th International Women's Day with the district’s women on Wednesday.
Believe it or not, people in Karmarong Rural Municipality of Mugu district have to walk for two days to reach Gamgadhi, the district headquarters, to get 5kg salt at subsidised rate! The municipality lies near Nepal-China border in the
As there has been neither snow nor winter rain so far this season in Rukum East district, farmers there are worried that they will starve to death.
Patients, who need blood and who are undergoing treatment at the Humla District Hospital, have no option but to depend on security personnel for blood.
Presidential candidate Ram Chandra Poudel, who is backed by eight-party alliance including the Nepali Congress and CPN (Maoist Centre), has written letters to all the federal parliamentarians and Province Assembly Members seeking their votes.