Second round of talks held between Govt. and Biplov-led NCP teamsBy The Rising Nepal
The second sitting of the talks was centered on issues, according to Rajan Bhattarai, a member of the 2-member talks team of the government. The team is led by Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa.
Salleri connected with national electricity grid, no more power outageBy The Rising Nepal
Namgel Jangbu Sherpa, mayor of Solududhkunda Municipality, said the area had been freed from chronic load shedding as he had planned to rid the area of a power outage after he got elected to the post and made a lot of efforts ever since by holding series of discussions with Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA).
Risky areas along Surkhet-Jumla road section being repaired with concrete blocks, asphaltBy The Rising Nepal
The cement blocks have been laid to repair the road for a trial this year as the road section at Pili which was built with reinforced cement concrete (RCC) could not sustain even for a single rainy season.
Speaker and former Prime Ministers vaccinated against COVID-19By RSS
Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota has got himself vaccinated against COVID-19 today. He went to the vaccination centre at Civil Service Hospital at Minbhawan and took the first dose of the anti-COVID-19 vaccine.
KMC intensifies maintenance and construction of over bridgeBy RSS
Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has intensified maintenance and construction of over bridge in the current fiscal year in its bid to prevent road accidents.
Fire displaces 338 households in FunglingBy RSS
The recent incident of the fire has destroyed 152 houses and displaced 393 households in Taplejung. In the fire incident that took place in 28 March 2004, as many as 45 houses were turned into ashes and 129 households got displaced.
Rampant exploitation of Kaligandaki continues unabated: Shaligram in crisisBy RSS
Unlawful exploitation of the Kaligandaki has continued unabated for over the years. The tendency of crusher entrepreneurs to exploit river materials has not been let up though the Gandaki province government came up with a guideline to check the excavation and extraction of river-based products.
Nepal’s journalism advanced, says SpeakerBy The Rising Nepal
Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota honoured eight journalists with INJA Award on the occasion of the 3rd INJA Day on Monday in Kathmandu.
Blacktop road, electricity reach across Rapti River after 30 yearsBy The Rising Nepal
Raptisonari and Narainapur Rural Municipalities in Banke Constituency No. 1 have become more accessible in the last three years due to the work done in the areas of health and education including roads, electricity, bridges, embankments and irrigation.
Slight improvement in tourist arrivalBy RSS
A slight improvement has been seen in foreign tourist arrivals in February 2021. Looking at the latest foreign tourist arrival rate, the number of incoming foreign tourists is seen gradually increasing even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fire destroys 47 houses, displacing 79 families in Dobhan bazaarBy RSS
Seventy-nine families have been displaced after Dobhan bazaar, the border of Meringden rural municipality-3 and Athrai Tribeni rural municipality caught fire this morning. Chief of Taplejung Police Office, Balran Singh Rana, said that the fire is still to come under control. A total of 47 houses were destroyed in fire, displacing 79 families, he added.
JSP senior leader Mahato calls for unity for prosperous NepalBy RSS
Janata Samajbadi Party Nepal’s senior leader Rajendra Mahato has stressed that unity among all is necessary to build a common and prosperous Nepal.
New government would be formed roping in other parties: leader NepalBy RSS
Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Dahal-Nepal group's chairperson Madhav Kumar Nepal claimed that a new government would be formed roping in all those who struggled against the dissolution of parliament.
Government pays attention to forest conservation: PM OliBy RSS
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the government has paid attention to the conservation, management, development and benefit among the allied topics. Addressing the Eighth National Council of the Federation of Community Forestry Users Nepal (FECOFUN) here today, he said the government would initiate steps only after assessing the status of forestry and the environment.
PM Oli inaugurates Purbanchal Cancer HospitalBy RSS
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli today inaugurated a cancer hospital in Birtamod of Jhapa. The Purbanchal Cancer Hospital based in Birtamod Municipality-5 which has been in operation for around a year was formally inaugurated today. Local investor Durga Prasai invested Rs 6 billion to build the 300-bed hospital.
Tax evasion cases: cases filed against 1,000 defaulters, fiscal crimes over Rs 47 billion busted in the past two yearsBy RSS
The Revenue Investigation Department has been tightening its noose against the tax evaders or those involved in economic crimes of any sorts. In the past two years, the Department has lodges cases against 1,000 defaulters and companies for their involvement in tax evasion cases.
KMC writes to DoA to remove illegal shops in and around Basantapur AreaBy RSS
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has sent a letter to the Department of Archeology (DoA) to get rid of the illegally run shops in Basantapur Area in Kathmandu. There are many such shops being run towards north of the Fire Brigade Office and in the buildings nearby Taleju Bhawani Temple. The removal is asked to be carried out within a week, according to the letter.
Fire guts properties worth Rs 4 millionBy RSS
Properties worth Rs 4 million gutted in a fire that broke out in Hotel Sa:Sa Inn at Vyas Municipality in Tanahun district at 2:00 am this morning. The District Police Office, Tanahun, said that the fire occurred after an explosion in a power transmitter near the hotel following the power leakage.
Price of yellow metal goes down Rs 1,700 per tolaBy RSS
Price of yellow metal has gone down in Nepali market today. It has decreased by Rs 1,700 per tola (11.66 grammes) today. According to the Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealers Association, price of hallmark gold has been fixed at Rs 87,000 per tola today against Rs 88,700 yesterday.
One rupee donation drive for Lumbini Peace SanctuaryBy The Rising Nepal
Currently under construction at Lumbini, the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautam, the Mahasiddhi Sanctuary for Universal Peace launched a website on Feb. 27 as a means to entertain and encourage online donation. Prior to this, SAARC Secretary General Esala Ruwan Weerakoon had initiated a donation campaign to collect funds for the ambitious infrastructure.
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