Act Relating to Rights of Persons with Disabilities will be implemented: Minister RegmiBy RSS
Minister for Women, Children and Senior Citizens Uma Regmi reaffirmed her commitment to strictly enforcing the Act Relating to Rights of Persons with Disabilities- 2074 BS.
CPN (Maoist Centre) forms sub-committees to facilitate National ConferenceBy RSS
According to party Spokesperson, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, the party’s Standing Committee meeting held today at the party headquarters Parisdanda formed the management, dissemination, volunteers and health sub-committees to facilitate the organisation of the national gathering.
Tiger census to be held simultaneously in Chitwan and ParsaBy RSS
A two-day training for enumerators and technical staff has begun here today at the Chitwan National Park, in preparation for the National Tiger Survey. The tiger census is to be conducted in Chitwan, Bardiya, Parsa, Shuklaphanta and Banke national parks from December 5. Some 100 persons would be trained for this purpose.
Chief Justice Rana discharged from hospitalBy TRN Online
Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher Rana, has been discharged from the hospital.
NEB publishes Grade 12 resultsBy TRN Online
The National Examination Board (NEB) has made the results of the Grade 12 board examination public.
Devotees throng Devghat to observe Bala ChaturdashiBy RSS
Devotees in large numbers have congregated at Devghat Dham near the confluence of the Kali Gandaki and Trishuli rivers to sow the holy seeds on the occasion of the Bala Chaturdashi. The number of devotees has increased this year though the shrine witnessed limited number in the past two years for fear of COVID-19.
Surveillance upped in Birgunj border point in view of omicron variantBy RSS
As India recorded the cases of omicron variant of COVID-19, officials have increased high surveillance in the Birgunj border point along the Nepal-India border area. Chief District Officer (CDO) of Parsa Umesh Kumar Dhakal said that preparations have been made to conduct steps from District COVID-19 Crisis Management Centre after the emergence of omicron variant of COVID-19 in India.
School closed after 25 students test COVID-19 positive in single dayBy RSS
A school at Balewa in Baglung Municipality has been closed after its 25 students were tested positive for the virus on Thursday alone. As a result, the school management committee meeting decided to close the school until further notice, said the health office.
Senior leader Poudel stresses unity within NCBy RSS
The senior leader expressed worry over party's deviation from BP's thoughts and principles. BP's ideology and thoughts must be internalized and party moved ahead accordingly, he added.
Sudurpaschim Province alert to possible risk of COVID-19 ‘Omicron’ variantBy RSS
The Sudurpaschim Province has launched preventive measures against the possible risk of the 'Omicron' variant of COVID-19. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has already warned that the new variant poses a very high risk globally, declaring it as the ' variant of concern'.
Hearing on cases affected in SC as lawyers demand an acting CJBy TRN Online
The hearing got affected after the lawyers questioned as to which justice has been assigned as the acting Chief Justice in the context that Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JB Rana has been hospitalized for COVID-19 treatment.
Number of tiger expected to cross 250By TRN Online
As per the government's commitment in the international arena, the number of tigers in Nepal is expected to exceed 250 by 2022.
RPP unity general convention: Discussion begins on different reportsBy RSS
Discussion on the social report presented by Chairperson Pashupati Shumsher JB Rana has begun in the closed session under the unity general convention of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party. Representatives elected for the national convention across the country have been participating in the discussion.
CJ Rana's health improvingBy RSS
Health condition of Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher JB Rana is improving.
Education Ministry updating info on librariesBy RSS
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has started updating the details of the public and community libraries throughout the country.
Free shuttle bus service started at TIABy RSS
Free shuttle bus service has been started to and from the Golden Gate up to the internal terminal building of the Tribhuvan International Airport. Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Prem Bahadur Ale, inaugurated the shuttle bus service on Wednesday.
Nepal, Korea sign deal for capacity building to fight cyber crimeBy The Rising Nepal
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Wednesday signed the Record of Discussion (RoD) for the project “Establishment of Cyber Bureau with Capacity Building of Nepal Police” amidst a ceremony held at the ministry. The RoD was signed by Home Secretary Tek Narayan Pandey and Sunghoon Ko, Country Director of KOICA Nepal, according to a press statement issued by the KOICA. The Korean government through the agency will spend USD 8 million for...
Nepal, India express commitment to combat human traffickingBy The Rising Nepal
Various governmental and non-governmental organisations of Nepal and India have made a collective commitment to prevent and control human trafficking, which has developed as a blot on human civilization. The commitment was made at a coordination meeting held in Nepalgunj between the government bodies and concerned organisations of both the countries to combat human trafficking. The meeting was held under the 16-day activism against gender-based violence.
ILO initiates programme for youth entrepreneursBy The Rising Nepal
International Labour Organisation (ILO) Country Office for Nepal has initiated a programme boost young people’s transition into the entrepreneurship and create shift in the entrepreneurial ecosystem through strategic intervention.
Nepal to hold mountain waste management meet next yearBy The Rising Nepal
An international conference to develop guidelines for the sustainable management of waste materials in Nepal’s hilly and mountainous areas has been announced for June next year. The Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) made the announcement on Tuesday after signing an agreement with The Never Rest Project to determine the modality of the conference. The agreement was signed between Dr. Dhananjay Regmi, chief executive officer of NTB, and Fredric Cauffaman, project director at The Never Rest Project.