PM Oli provides Dashain expense to students under his guardianshipBy RSS
PM Oli had announced the guardianship of the students from Ramdulari Secondary School of Kalyanpur municipality-11 in Siraha and two other schools from Mugu districts. Each student will be provided Rs 5,000 for the expense on the occasion of the big festival of Nepalis.
Speaker Mahara resignsBy RSS
"I tender my resignation on moral grounds, to be effective from today until the investigation process is concluded, so as to facilitate in the factual, free and fair investigation into the allegations leveled on me raising serious questions over my character in various media since Monday," the Speaker stated in his resignation letter.
Nepal and Australia enter air service agreementBy RSS
With the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on air service at Montreal, a city of Canada, Nepali aircrafts are allowed to take off passengers from different destinations of Australia.
PM Oli greets Chinese PremierBy RSS
In a tweet today, Prime Minster Oli extended greetings to the entire people of China on behalf of Nepal government and on his own through his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang.
Govt to use skills of seniors01 Oct, 2019
Kathmandu, Oct 1: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that the government was planning to utilise the practical knowledge, skills and experiences of senior citizens for socio-economic transformation and development of the country.
School teachers sans salary even as Dashain beckons01 Oct, 2019
Dashain, the biggest festival of Nepali people, has already begun, but most of the school teachers across the country are still not paid their salaries from mid-July, not to talk about the Dashain allowance. Inefficiency of the local levels is blamed for the situation.
PRC’s 70th anniversary marks stories of success, transformation01 Oct, 2019
The People's Republic of China (PRC) is marking the 70th anniversary of its founding today with special celebrations and commemorative activities. Every one decade is special for China to showcase its feats made in politics, economy, technology and other fields of life.
Government trying to muzzle press freedom: President DeubaBy RSS
On the occasion, President Deuba, also the former Prime Minister, urged the government to reinstate three journalists working in Radio Nepal Dipayal Office.
Nepal Telecom to start 4G service in 50 citiesBy RSS
The government-owned telecom service provider is expanding its 4g service after long efforts when the private sector telecom service provider Ncell has been claiming of extending this service in most of the places of the country.
Nepal declared open-defecation free countryBy RSS
The declaration was made in recognition of all 753 local units of 77 districts that had declared themselves ODF recently. The campaign to make Nepal an ODF country had commenced in 2011.
"We are in direction of social transformation and change"By RSS
The infrastructure to be constructed in an area spreading in 27 ropanis (one ropani is equivalent to 5476 sq ft) 12 ana (one ana is equivalent to 342.25 sq ft) of land is estimated to cost Rs 971.1 million.
PM urges PAF to transform through policy changeBy RSS
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has directed the Poverty Alleviation Fund (PAF) to transform itself from its past modality of grants into a 'think tank' for the Ministry and entities working in the poverty alleviation.
4,500 km road to be constructed: Minister Pandit30 Sep, 2019
Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration Lalbabu Pandit has informed that work has been forwarded to build a total of 4,500-km of road network linking towns and rural municipalities to the major highways of the country.
Sinohydro awarded Melamchi project30 Sep, 2019
The Melamchi Water Supply Development Board Tuesday awarded the contract of tunnel finishing works of the Melamchi Water Supply Project to Sinohydro, a Chinese contractor that recently concluded the civil engineering tasks at the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project.
Heavy vehicles banned along Nagdhunga-Naubise road30 Sep, 2019
The government has imposed a ban on the plying of the heavy vehicles along the Naghdhunga-Naubishe road section of Prithivi Highway throughout the festival period.
Movement of Nepali migrants, shoppers goes up in border30 Sep, 2019
With the onset of festival period, movements of Nepali migrant workers and shoppers have increased along the Nepal-India border entry point of Bhairahawa. Hordes of migrant workers returning home from India or other countries using the Sunauli border point has suddenly increased for the past few days.
Minister Banskota stresses on fact based newsBy RSS
Minister Banskota expressed dissatisfaction over the dissemination of baseless news in the name of being first in covering the news.
Govt puts a ban from plying heavy vehicles until festive season along Prithvi highway29 Sep, 2019
The government’s move came after a 35-year old Rup Lal Sah, of Garuda Municipality-8 in Rautahat district, died on the highway due to heavy traffic jam on September 27.
President Bhandari calls for development of GadhimaiBy RSS
She also stressed on the need to develop Gadhimai region into an international cultural tourist centre.