Five years on, temples still on wooden stand04 Feb, 2020
A few historic temples in the World Heritage Sites of Kathmandu Valley still stand in support of wooden poles even five years after the massive earthquake in 2015. The temples are awaiting renovation after standing in support of multiple wooden poles.
Bakery Café deserves kudos for employing the deafBy Sampada Anuranjanee Khatiwada
There are numerous cafes in ever bustling Kathmandu city. One can easily find sit and eat places in every next alley of the city. But there are few cafes, which have been able to connect with the customers on an emotional level.
Minister Baskota announces to launch NTV World English ChannelBy RSS
The Minister congratulated the NTV management for its move towards the achievement of set goals
HoR Committee directs government to bring Nepal Children's Organisation under ministryBy RSS
The Women and Social Welfare Committee under the House of Representatives has directed the government to bring the Nepal Bal Sangathan (Nepal Children Organisation) under the subordination of the Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizens. The Committee called for the implementation of its direction instantly.
Govt on the 'right' track: Minister BhattaraiBy RSS
Addressing an assembly of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP)'s cadres at Damauli today, Minister Bhattarai claimed that the incumbent government was on the ''right'' track and heading towards the ''right'' direction.
Coronavirus Outbreak: China builds hospital in 10 days (With Photos)03 Feb, 2020
The hospital, specialised for treatment of the victims of epidemic was constructed in Wuhan of Hubei Province in just 10 days.
Minister Baskota calls for ending politics within NRCSBy RSS
Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gokul Prasad Baskota has urged the leadership and staffers at the Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) in Kavrepalanchowk district not be embroiled in politics anymore.
Wetlands vital for biodiversity, humankind03 Feb, 2020
Every year, February 2 is observed as World Wetland Day, but there is still a lot more to do for the conservation of wetlands considering their importance for both the ecosystem and human life.
Nepalis in Hubei long to come home03 Feb, 2020
More than 180 Nepalis in various cities of Hubei province in China have responded to the call of the Nepali Embassy in Beijing to apply for ‘return to the home country’. The embassy had on Saturday asked Nepalis in Hubei province if they wanted to go back to Nepal. Wuhan city, the epicentre of the novel coronavirus outbreak, is in Hubei and hosts 190 Nepali students.
No end to mysterious deaths of rhinos03 Feb, 2020
Chitwan National Park has been able to protect rhinoceros from poachers but with three rhinoceros dying from unknown causes in a five-day period, it has been a topic of major concern among conservationists. While a rhino was found dead on Saturday, two others were found dead on Tuesday.
170 projects registered in national project bank02 Feb, 2020
The government has formally introduced the concept of NPB from the current fiscal year aiming to allocate essential budget to those ready projects which could go into implementation with the allocated budget
NCP central committee meet concludes endorsing 11-point proposal02 Feb, 2020
The CC meeting of the ruling party rejected the political map of India issued on November 2, 2019 saying that the map has included Nepal's territory such as Limpiya Dhura, Lipulekh and Kalapani area. The meeting urged the government to resolve the border dispute with India through diplomatic channels.
Education Minister insists on equal promotion of Nepali and English languagesBy RSS
In his address to the 74th anniversary celebrations of the Viswa Niketan Secondary School here today, the Education Minister said the Nepali language, one of the oldest languages in the South Asia, should be further enhanced and the use of English be promoted simultaneously.
NCP forms task-force to hear suggestions on MCC02 Feb, 2020
The Secretariat meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) today formed a task-force to collect suggestions about the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).
Coronavirus Outbreak: 175 Nepalis to be evacuated from Wuhan02 Feb, 2020
At least 175 Nepalis residing in China have filled up the evacuation form issued by the Embassy of Nepal in Beijing.
Lawmakers demand CIAA's transparencyBy RSS
A discussion in principle was held on the proposal seeking consideration on the 3rd amendment bill on Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) which was presented by Minister for Health and Population, Bhanubhakta Dhakal, on behalf of the Prime Minister at National Assembly meeting today.
Speaker Sapkota commits to maintaining dignity of HoRBy RSS
The Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR), Agni Prasad Sapkota, has expressed his commitment to work honestly to maintain dignity of the supreme body of people's representatives, HoR.
Finance Minister getting flexible towards business communityBy Laxman Kafle
Business leaders have said that they have, of late, witnessed encouraging changes in opinion and behaviour of Finance Minister Dr. Yuba Raj Khatiwada towards the private sector.
Five coronavirus suspects test negativeBy Arpana Adhikari
Sukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital (STIDH) Teku on Saturday assured that a patient suspected with novel coronavirus infection tested negative. Of the six cases, one Chinese national tested positive.
New traffic drive: Questions assess performance of cops02 Feb, 2020
Metropolitan Traffic Police Office has started a new modality to mobilise traffic police for the improvement of the traffic system and reduce fatal accidents in the Valley. All 44 units of Traffic Police inside the Valley have given 50 questionnaires with 400 total marks to solve within three months period.