Koirala for press freedom10 Nov, 2019
Speaking at programme organised to mark the 5th anniversary of Bijaya Khabar Newspaper at Gaidakot, Koirala said that the communication sector had developed after the restoration of multi-party democratic system. Koirala also stressed on the need of freedom of press for the development of communication.
Minister of State Rawal in Far West resignsBy RSS
Minister of State for Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment in Far West State, Prakash Rawal, has rendered his resignation today. He was accused of being involved in fudging the share documents in Kanchanpur.
NCP, NC finalise candidacy for by-polls in BaitadiBy RSS
Major political parties Nepal Communist Party and Nepali Congress have finalised their candidacy for the November 30 by-elections in the district. By-polls are being organised for ward chairs of Surnaya rural municipality-1, Purchaudi municipality-4 and Dogdakedar rural municipality-4 in the district.
Domestic apple market giving farmers good return10 Nov, 2019
The days of farmers in Jumla and other Himalayan districts of western Nepal feeding their apples to cattle have now become a thing of past.
Rapti basin plan to yield hydel, irrigation benefits10 Nov, 2019
The government has formulated a master plan – including hydroelectricity generation, and high dams for irrigation projects - for the development of Rapti River basin. Water and
B’desh Prez visiting from Tuesday10 Nov, 2019
At the invitation of the President Bidya Devi Bhandari, Md. Abdul Hamid, President of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is paying an official goodwill visit to Nepal from November 12 to 15.
Ex PMs, FMs suggest PM adopt diplomatic channel to resolve border disputesBy RSS
Speaking at an all party meeting called by PM Oli at Baluwatar on Thursday evening to develop common voice on border issues, they asked the Prime Minister to devise diplomatic efforts to immediately resolve the border disputes with India.
Chure exploitation to herald ecological crisis: Ex-President Dr. YadavBy RSS
The ongoing construction of highway through Chure and excessive use of machines such as excavators have resulted in drying up of water sources and disappearance of animals from their habitats, the ex-President claimed.
"I am qualified to claim Speaker," Deputy Speaker Tumbahamphe09 Nov, 2019
"All respected members of the House of Representatives are eligible enough to claim the post. All are capable, but we also have a history that Deputy Speaker have taken up the post of Speaker in our parliamentary practice," she said at a press meet organised in Nepalgunj.
All party meeting begins in Baluwatar to discuss border issuesBy RSS
The meeting has been called to hold discussion on the disputed border issues with India.
Campaign to free Tundikhel of present mess09 Nov, 2019
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City, which is growing fast into a populated urban settlement, is choking for breath in absence of manageable public parks, open spaces and green hubs.
Customs upgrade yet to take desired pace09 Nov, 2019
The land acquisition process for customs upgrading in Bhadrapur and Maheshpur at the southern border with India is half-way.
Hearing of former Minister Alam continues on Friday08 Nov, 2019
Advocates Yuvaraj Sangraula, Dr. Kumar Sharma Acharya, Pushpa Raj Poudel, Ashik Kumar Karki and Dinesh Tripathi, among 10 others, have been participating in the hearing on behalf of Alam.
New education policy important achievement of govt: Minister08 Nov, 2019
Minister Pokharel said the policy had paved the way for formulating School Education Act, Higher Education Act and Technical Education Act. According to the new policy, the government will establish a Higher Education Council in the chairmanship of the Prime Minister to regulate and manage the higher education progarmmes effectively.
EU official pays courtesy call on Foreign Affairs Minister Gyawali08 Nov, 2019
European Union (EU)'s Deputy Managing Director for Asia and the Pacific, Paola Pampaloni, paid a courtesy call on Minister for Foreign Affairs, Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, at his office today.
First model land revenue office is far from digitised08 Nov, 2019
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had inaugurated the first Model Land Revenue Office at Kalanki in last June with a concept of digitising the Nepali offices.
Indian govt stresses guarding against vested interest08 Nov, 2019
The Indian government on Thursday made its official views regarding its new map after the government and people of Nepal objected to it.
Nepali Army for poll security08 Nov, 2019
The government has decided to deploy Nepali Army (NA) for the security of the by-election scheduled for November 30.
NCP leader Khanal draws his attention on new map issued by IndiaBy RSS
Leader Khanal by issuing a press release today urged the government to immediately make its views on the issue public and take serious diplomatic initiatives to correct it.
President Bhandari calls for spreading beauty of country's landscapes thru filmBy RSS
"Organised in the state rich in natural beauty and sitting in the lap of nature, this programme has added to the development of the film fraternity. There is a need for all sectors to assist in the development of film sector as it has increased country's pride," she said.
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