The coronavirus is a test for US, EU13 Mar, 2020
The worldwide meltdown caused by the coronavirus outbreak seems to be accelerating. On Monday, fears of a looming pandemic, coupled with the biggest single drop in oil prices since the United States entered the 1991 Gulf War, tanked global markets. By one count, the world’s 500 richest people lost a combined $203 billion in the first 96 minutes of U.S. trading. Economic analysts cite an increasing number of signs that point to the likelihood of an impending recession in the United States. Investors...
Siddhartha highway to remain closed for 8 hours for maintenanceBy RSS
The road section will remain closed for eight hours from March 13 to 25. According to road division office Palpa, they were going to cut the bends to make the road straight. It is said there is high risk of accidents due to several bends along the road section.
KMC completes a year of broomer operation without expected outcomeBy RSS
The metropolis has started using the broomer as per its policy of making the KMC clean and beautiful. The broomers were brought from Italy last year as part of this policy. They were brought with an investment of 108 million.
Receding “Jogira” refrains leave Terai elderly in dismay10 Mar, 2020
“The Jogira song, sung with harmonium and traditional drums, promotes good relations among people,” Dr. Anil Jha, professor at J.S. Murarka Multiple Campus, Lahan, said. “It also marks the beginning of Holi which is the second most important festival in Terai after Chhath.”
Dharahara reconstruction gains momentumBy RSS
Rajuman Maqnandhar, heritage expert of the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), shared that almost 33 percent works have been so far completed with the spending of Rs 850 million.
Sculpture workshop gets international recognitionBy RSS
The International Sculpture Symposium Alliance (ISSA) has granted membership with recognition to the workshop.
Royal farewell: Harry, Meghan on final duty before new life08 Mar, 2020
The service marks the end of a two-month drama that began when the couple announced plans to walk away from their roles as senior members of Britain’s royal family and into a world where they will have to earn a living, pay their own way and even open some doors for themselves.
Women, dalits more vulnerable to climate change: expertsBy Indira Aryal
Climate change is one of the much talked-about issues globally today. It is posing a big threat to environment, hitting hard the areas like forest, water and agriculture in Nepal.
Several subcommittees formed in view of upcoming Buddha JayantiBy RSS
According to Lumbini Development Trust acting member-secretary Gyanin Rai, a total of 22 subcommittees have been formed targeting the upcoming Buddha Jayanti and the International Buddhist Conference.
Improving government-media relationship06 Mar, 2020
The relationship between the government and media has been visibly strained in recent years. Many of the ministers have presented themselves rather harshly towards journalists, accusing them of serving hidden interests. The government has also tabled many bills like the IT Bill, Media Council Bill and others which have a direct or indirect impact
Holi likely to be affected as DAO halts gatherings, fairs05 Mar, 2020
Holi, one of the biggest festivals of colour in Nepal, is set to be affected by COVID-19.
Role of ICTs in economic growth05 Mar, 2020
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), in the simplest way possible, can be defined as all the devices, applications and systems that allow people and organisations to interact in and with the digital world. It is evidenced by case studies of various nations that ICTs can contribute to the national GDP and help improve market competitiveness of a country’s goods and services. ICTs also have a positive impact on a country’s
Minister Bhattarai directs for formation of 'action team'04 Mar, 2020
Minister Bhatatrai gave such direction in a discussion organised at the Ministry and its subordinates on Wednesday. Asking to send a letter at the Ministry if any policy-level decision is needed, he shared information that a team under the leadership of Ministry secretary for the necessary decision.
Hindu Kush Himalaya towns facing water insecurity04 Mar, 2020
The Himalayan towns of Nepal and other countries in the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region are facing increased water insecurity in the wake of inadequate urban planning coupled with a rapidly changing climate, a study report shows.
'Chir' put up at Basantapur indicating start of Phagu FestivalBy RSS
The pole was erected at the propitious hour of 7.57 am today, the time fixed by the Nepal Calendar Determination Committee, an employee at the Hnaumandhoka Durbar Care Office, Mitharam Pudasaini, said.
Top five eco-tourist destinations of State 103 Mar, 2020
Because of visible problems induced by climate change and global warming, international conscious travellers are increasingly focussed to reduce or cease their carbon footprints. They are curious to be responsible tourists for nature.
Kailash Danda offers blissful experience to visitors03 Mar, 2020
The Kathmandu Valley is surrounded by beautiful green and serene hills. These incredible towering hills are natural viewpoints. Lying to the southwest of Bhaktapur, Ananta Kailash Danda is among scenic places to visit. The hill is located near Dadhikot in Suryabinayak Municipality. It is just 13 kilometres away from the heart of Kathmandu. The place is home to some of the famous temples and shrines such as Ananta Lingeshwor, Bindabashini, Krishna and Barahi.
Bharatpur city to be made smoke-freeBy RSS
The metropolitan city is monitoring either the campaign was becoming effective or not in restricted zones.
‘Saptarangi to organise literary programmes in all states’02 Mar, 2020
Saptarangi Nepal, a literary organisation, marked its first anniversary amidst a function in Kathmandu the other day. Young and established literary figures from seven states attended the programme. Addressing the celebratory function, Nepal Academy Chancellor Ganga Prasad Upreti said that the name, Saptarangi, was itself enough to indicate the mission and goal of this literary institution, which he said had brighter future.
India tightens security at Jamunah checkpoint02 Mar, 2021
Rajdal barrack gets rainwater harvesting facility02 Mar, 2021
Media asked to use proper words to denote disability02 Mar, 2021
Cooperatives should foster youth entrepreneurship: Minister Ale02 Mar, 2021
'SC decision has put PM’s resignation on hold'02 Mar, 2021
Model Industrial Park02 Mar, 2021
Nepal's Graduation From LDC02 Mar, 2021
Political Culture Bolsters System02 Mar, 2021
Taking It To Bank02 Mar, 2021
GPR technology being used to trace lost stone spouts02 Mar, 2021