Ganeshman’s statue unveiled04 Feb, 2020
The new statue was erected after the statue constructed on January 21, 2000 was destroyed during the Madesh movement.
Ward chair found deadBy RSS
Ward chair of Panchadeval Binayak municipality-2 in Achham, Padam Bahadur Dhami, has been found dead. His lifeless body was retrieved in a cowshed this morning. The incident site is 30 minutes' walk from the Binayak Bazaar.
Only 3 percent budget spending in 6 months; complaints galore on SA's oversight functionsBy RSS
Speakers at a programme cautioned the State Assembly's weak role in creating necessary pressure on Karnali State Government regarding development and livelihood. At an open interaction organized to mark the completion of two years of the establishment of state assembly, the speakers said state government's failure to perform to live up people's aspiration has made the general public frustrated.
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.
NA Chair Timilsina bats for diversification in educationBy RSS
There is a need to review the proportion of human resource produced by today's education and its employability, he asserted. It needs to review why educational quality is dismal despite teachers' recruitment on merit basis, he further said.
Price of cooking gas up by 5 times in Humla03 Feb, 2020
As lack of roadways have made transportation of empty cylinders expensive in Humla, the price of filled gas cylinders hiked by almost 10 times.
Poetry recitation inside Sidda Cave to promote Visit Nepal 2020By RSS
Litterateurs' group consisting Arpita Pandey, Sushma Chalise, Hari Prasad Subedi, Haribol Lamsal, Dinanath Parajuli, Ram Sharan Gaire, Roshani Thapa and Dhruba Subedi recited poems, Haiku (short form of Japanese poetry) and Ghazal inside the Cave which is 200 metres in length.
Truck carrying rice falls off bridgeBy RSS
A person was injured when a rice-loaded truck skidded off the Number 2 bridge on the Narayangadh-Muglin road section this morning. The injured is the truck driver, 33-year-old Sher Bahadur Gurung of Sunawal, Nawalparasi, the District Police Office Chitwan said.
Rajarshi Janak University offering courses in public health and lawBy RSS
The Rajarshi Janak University is to offer Bachelor level courses in law and public health subjects from the current academic session. As per the University's new academic plan, it is running classes in BPH in public health and LLB in law. The process for this has already been forwarded.
Rushmoor Borough Council and Gorakha establish sister city relationsBy RSS
He said the Gorakha Municipality was working to develop Gorakha as a major tourist destination and also set the slogan, 'Visit Gorakha, Explore Gorakha', for this purpose. According to him, this campaign will also contribute to the Visit Nepal Year 2020.
Poisonous food causes deaths of three rhinos in CNPBy RSS
The preliminary report shows that a rhino which was found dead last Saturday at Seheri, East Nawalparasi had died as the animal happened to consume toxic food. According to CNP senior veterinary doctor Dr Bijay Shrestha, a rhino had succumbed to poisonous food at Tamaspur area last week, which was preceded by the one death at Ganjipur area a month ago.
Two school bus set on fireBy RSS
Two school bus parked inside the premises of the Zenith International School in Piple of Hetauda sub-metropolis-5 were set ablaze last night. Locals saw the buses with registration number Na. 7 Kha. 8728 and Na. 1 Ka. 3218 on fire and informed police.
Commercial paragliding not taking off well in DharanBy RSS
After some successful test flight by various paragliding pilots from Pokhara and Dharan, Dharan was first city in State 1 to start commercial paragliding service.
Nation to witness Drastic change in five years: Bagmati State CM PoudelBy RSS
Chief Minister of Bagmati State Dormani Poudel today said a drastic change would take place in the country in the next five years. He pledged the state government's support and priority to the development of educational and other sectors and skill enhancing technical education.
Banke sees 13 per cent drop in drugs abuse, smugglingBy RSS
According to Narcotics Control Bureau, branch office Nepalgunj chief, police inspector Bir Bahadur Thapa, effective information mechanism, strict security check, police activeness and the establishment of Bureau branch office are among the factors discouraging the drugs abuse.
Bolivian national nabbed with cocaineBy RSS
Nepal Police arrested a foreign national in possession of 2.2-kg cocaine. The Drugs Control Bureau on Wednesday arrested Bolivian national Solyani Cavez Migul for his involvement in cocaine smuggling.
RJP coordinator Yadav rules out coalition in incumbent govtBy RSS
The coordinator, however, hinted at the possibility for the same if the government was going to address the past agenda and present demand the party raised
Cricketer Sompal ties the knot30 Jan, 2020
Sompal and Ghimire got married in a special ceremony held today in presence of their families and friends.
Giving up teaching, a youth finds brighter days in farming29 Jan, 2020
Despite having bachelors’ degree certificate, Soti runs Midimkhola Agriculture and Livestock Farm in his village.
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