Nepalis living near Dashgaja, the ‘No Man’s Land’ at the border of Nepal and India, are living a difficult life. On the north side of Dashgaja, there are small thatched houses. The Nepalis living in those houses prefer to identify themselves as border residents and their place as border. Most of the Nepalis living in the border area rely on the neighbouring territories of India.
A driver died when a truck he was driving met with an in Gulmi this morning.
An aircraft of Shree Airlines has made an emergency landing at Nepalgunj Airport today.
Two persons have died in a motorcycle accident in Kapilbastu this morning.
About 95 per cent of paddy has been planted in Bara district till Monday. Jitendra Prasad Yadav, chief of Agriculture Knowledge Centre, Bara Kalaiya, said that paddy plantation has completed in 95 per cent of the paddy field in the district so far.
The District Police Office, Bardiya, has taken the responsibility of managing the stray cattle oafter they increased the risk of accidents in the town. The district police have started managing street cattle in the Gulariya Bazaar area.
Women and children of Terai and hilly districts of western Nepal are more vulnerable to trafficking. Organisations working to prevent and control human trafficking have said women and girls of western region are at the high risk
The decision to allow the operation of a resort on the premises of the Lumbini Development Trust (LDT) has been rescinded.
The temples of Janakpurdham are decked in flowers and colourful lights to mark the grand Jhula festival. Lasting 13 days from the third day of the bright lunar fortnight of the month of Shrawan to the full moon day, the festival began this year on Sunday and the people all over the city are celebrating it by placing the idols of Ram and Janaki on swings and swinging them in a ritualistic manner. Janaki Temple has been specially decorated a
Relatives of Siddhartha Municipality and Mayadevi Rural Municipality had hired the jeep and been to Swargadwari for pilgrimage. The jeep collided on the way back from the shrine.
A person was killed and 14 others injured in a Jeep accident at Bhyagute of Swargadwari Municipality - 4, Pyuthan. A jeep having registration number Lu 3 Cha 353, met with an accident at Bhyagute on Saturday noon while it was returned from Swargadwari temple towards Bhingri.
A community school in Tulsipur sub-metropolis-4 of Dang has established a four-bed health centre targeting the school students. The Gurujajur Secondary School has invested 400,000 rupees to bring a four-bed health centre into operation in the school premises.
A council meeting of the Lumbini Development Trust (LDT) on Thursday decided to host a Buddhist conference in Lumbini in November or December. Sanu Raja Shakya, member secretary of the Trust, informed that the meeting chaired by Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation and chairperson of the Trust Jeevan Ram Shrestha took the decision to promote tourism after the risk of COVID-19 pandemic diminished. Minister Shrestha said that the projects under the Lumbini Master Plan would be completed soon. He also informed that a plan had been prepared on how to provide comfortable stay and easy site seeing to the tourists visiting Lumbini.