Elephant attack: one killed, four injuredBy RSS
A wild elephant in Kanchanpur attacked a group of people collecting fodder in a community forest this morning, leaving one dead and remaining others injured.
Snowfall forecast, meteorologists suggests for alertnessBy RSS
Westerly wind system above Iran and Afghanistan is entering Nepal's western territory by this evening with the possibility of snowfall in high hills and mountain regions there, Meteorological Forecasting Division stated, suggesting for alertness.
No access to road in centres of 368 local levelsBy RSS
Despite the government top priority to the road construction efforts, centers of 368 local levels, out of 753, have no access to road. During a study conducted by the Local Infrastructure Department with a view to connecting centers of all local levels with blacktopped roads, it was found that centers of 368 local governments had no access to any sorts of roads
Prez congratulates SAG athletesBy RSS
President Bidya Devi Bhandari has congratulated the Nepali athletes who won medals including gold in the 13th South Asian Games (SAG).
Narayangadh-Muglin road section to padlock in noon for two weeksBy RSS
The Narayangadh-Muglin road section would remain closed for certain hours in noon for two weeks effective from December 13 this year. The meeting of the Security Committee of the District Administration Office (DAO), Chitwan held here today has decided to close the 36-km road section from 11 am to 3 pm as per the demand made by the Narayangadh-Muglin Road Project Office for carrying out road repair and maintenance works.
Sita Air to operate flights from Bhadrapur, Biratnagar to Suketar, Lamidanda11 Dec, 2019
Sita Air is set to operate flights from Bhadrapur and Biratnagar to Suketar and Lamidanda from December 15. This initiative of Sita Air targets the Visit Nepal Year, 2020, and is expected to help attract hundreds of tourists to Pathivara Temple, a tourist destination, said managing director of Sita Air, Rajendra Bahadur Singh.
Police nabs mother-son duo on charges of murdering husbandBy RSS
The district police have arrested a woman and her son on charges of murdering her husband from Bheriganga municipality-2 in Surkhet. Sumitra BC and her son Kamal have been accused of murdering her husband Lok Bahadur, 47.
Two police personnel caught red-handed taking bribesBy RSS
The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority, Bardibas has held two police personnel red-handed accepting bribes from service seekers. Sub Inspector Rajesh Kumar Singh and constable Manoj Kumar Yadav accepted Rs 50,000 in bribe from service seekers for facilitating transport of illegal go
Haskel calls on FM Gyawali10 Dec, 2019
Ambassador Haskel also held separate meetings with Barshaman Pun, Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Ghanshyam Bhusal, Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development, Dr. Yuba Raj Khatiwada, Minister for Finance, Bhanubhakta Dhakal, Minister for Health and Population, and Giriraj Mani Pokhrel, Minister for Education, Science and Technology on the same day.
Global water tower at risk: Report10 Dec, 2019
These systems, known as mountain water towers, store and transport water via glaciers, snow packs, lakes and streams, thereby supplying invaluable water resources to 1.9 billion people globally, roughly a quarter of the world’s population.
"Government committed to ensuring easy accessibility to geographical information"By RSS
"The Ministry is on the process of modernising service delivery mechanism by maintaining good governance in the area of land administration. The government is committed to ensuring easy accessibility to geographical information required for development."
Occupy Tundikhel Campaign is meaningless: Mayor ShakyaBy RSS
Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) Mayor Bidya Sundar Shakya has said running the Occupy Tundikhel Campaign is meaningless.
Rs 5 million allocated for Eye Hospital's physical developmentBy RSS
Rs 5 million has been appropriated for the physical development of an eye hospital here. The amount has been earmarked for the up-gradation of Nepal Netrajyoti Sangh's Lamahi eye hospital under Local Electoral Constituency Development Fund.
Quantum Mechanics question leakage dispute yet to be resolved09 Dec, 2019
Quantum Mechanics has been included as a subject in the first semester of Master’s course under the faculty of Science and Technology.
NA to complete fast-track by 202409 Dec, 2019
Physical infrastructure progress in the Expressway, one of the national pride projects of the government, has reached just 6 per cent in two years after the project was handed over to the NA by the Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda-led government on August 11, 2017.
98% Nepal-India issues resolved with bilateral dialogues: Puri09 Dec, 2019
Puri expressed his confidence that as the people and government on both sides had always shown a will to sit down together, talk and find the solution, Nepal and India would find solutions to all the current issues.
Sikta canal comes into operation09 Dec, 2019
The much-talked-about Sikta Irrigation Project, termed as an agricultural movement in Banke district, has finally come into operation.
ANNFSU and NSU condemn use of force against students in KohalpurBy RSS
All Nepal National Free Students Union (ANNFSU) and Nepal Students Union (NSU) have expressed their serious concern over the use of force against school children on Sunday at Kohalpur, demanding action against the guilty.